Leisure time tips for Munich
The ZHS (Central University Sports) gives students many opportunities to exercise, take part in courses or try out all kinds of different sports.
For only € 7.50, students can purchase a basic subscription (per semester!) that allows them to participate in many courses: this great offer covers ball sports such as golf or badminton, climbing (most often with an extra-application via PC), fitness, water sports, gymnastics and athletics, but also dancing, martial arts and trend sports.
Hint: If you are interested in swimming, for example, you can purchase an S Subscription (€ 15.00) and swim in the Olympic Hall at training times without paying an entrance fee!
More information on application and subscription purchases can be found on the homepage of the ZHS (in German) at:
Entrance fee: € 1.00 on Sundays
Munich's most novel, humorous and unique cabinet of curiosities. A sympathetic museum with a comfortable tower-parlor at the Isartor - weißwurst and mustard inclusive until the clock strikes twelve.
Entrance fee: € 1.99 (With student ID)
During the afternoon and evening of weekdays, sport courses of all kinds are open to students in the sports halls of Munich's schools. Payment is done via the attractive RecSport-Tickets that are purchased before attending. They are available at the city information in the town hall, Marienplatz, at the following times: Monday - Friday from 9:30 am to 7:30 pm, Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
One course costs a mere € 2.60, a stripe card (4 courses) only € 10. In some very rare cases, 2 stripes are required for one course.
The types of sport range from basketball to capoeira, fitness training, kickboxing, free running, qi gong, yoga and zumba.
Please note: The courses take place on school days of the Bavarian school calendar (NOT during school holidays [Green])!
More information (in German) on the program and locations can be found here: