Created on 08-06-2005 at 00:00 AM
Allianz Arena operating company Munich Stadium GmbH is aiming to make Bayern's new home ground a lively and buzzing place for visitors and fans all year round. The latest offer at the Arena means there's plenty to see and do, even when owners Bayern and TSV 1860 are not playing at home.
Professional guided tours have been launched this week, offering curious visitors a glimpse of the dressing rooms, the walk down the tunnel out into the stadium Interior, and the view from the commentary positions high up in the top tier, all as part of a comprehensive trip into every nook and cranny at the stadium.
The guided tours, available in three different permutations, take place every day unless an event is scheduled. More information regarding applications, prices, times etc can be found at www.allianz-arena.de, the stadium's official home page.
Bayern partner Audi has also commenced operations at the new ground. The Ingolstadt-based car manufacturer is proud to present comprehensive information regarding the company and its vehicles. Visitors are welcome at the 200 square metre Audi Markenwelt on level 3 in the East wing from Monday to Saturday, 10am until 8pm.
Naturally, no-one need go hungry or thirsty as the "Arena a la Carte" restaurant is open to the public daily from 10am until 10pm.