Built for the 1972 Olympics, the Olympia Park is an athletic and entertainment complex that hosts Germany’s most famous stadium (Olympiastadion) an indoor gym (Olympia Hall), a covered swimming pool (Olympia Schwimmhalle), the former olympic village and lots of other sport facilities. A total of twenty buildings compose this gigantic complex that even has its own Russian Church. The entire infrastructure lays inside Olympia Park, a beautiful green area with a lake and artificial hills.
The brand of 69.000 people Olympiastadion is its glass roof, a tensile structure that can also be found in other buildings of this complex. The stadium and the entire city of Munich can be admired from Olympiaturn, a 291 m construction from which in a clear day you can even see the Alps. It only takes 30 seconds to get to the top of Olympia Tower with the elevator traveling with 7 m/s.
From Olympia Tower you can even see the new Allianz Arena, the stadium of local team Bayern Munchen, the olympic village, the BMW headquarters and the old German city. At the top floor of the tower there’s a rock museum with collectibles from rock stars that visited Germany or performed on this arena