Unterfohring is a powerful and energetic town whose closest connotations are with the media; as Germany’s most powerful television centre, Unterfohring offers little in terms of conventional turisst attractions. However, its close proximity to Munich and its smattering of cultural highlights make it a perfectly enjoyable daytrip destination for those wanting to escape the demanding duress of bustling and bright metropolises.
The town’s most iconic landmark is undoubtedly the Church of St. Valentine, a beautiful baroque structure of which the locals are immensely proud. A skyward spire and f=elegant façade create an arresting image, the atmosphere of which is only heighted by the Old Cemetery beside it. Spend an hour wandering the winding alleys to observe monolithic monuments and grand gravestones.
Unterfohring’s close proximity to Munich makes it the ideal springboard from which to visit this fast-paced and fabulous city. Munich is Germany’s second most popular destination after the captivating capital, and it’ll be clear to see why after you explore the sparkling streets of this cultural and captivating city. Excellent museums, magnificent monuments and historic houses are at every turn here, so visitors are sure to be occupied for days on end.
Take advantage of Unterfohring’s cosmopolitan culinary cuisine with a visit to the exotic and exquisite Sushi Ryu. An authentic interior creates a peaceful atmosphere reflective of a Japanese garden, setting the scene in which to enjoy hand rolled sushi and specialities from the land of the rising sun. (Föhringer Allee 9, 85774 Unterföhring, Germany)