One day in Munich at Radio Days Europe 24: Antenne Bayern Morning presenters Leiki and Indra

The Radio Days Europe ’24 conference schedule is packed from early morning til late night for the conference days, but if you fly in early, we continue our series of articles highlighting some suggestions  of how to spend an extra day in Munich, from well know radio industry locals.

Morning show presenter Wolfgang “Leiki” Leikermoser together with Indra  Willer-Gerdes are the morning show hosts from Antenne Bayern and they warmly welcome visitors to Munich.


 Leiki made the following suggestions for a great day in Munich for anyone coming to the Radio Days Europe Conference,

Start the day with..

The perfect start to the morning begins with an oven-fresh Bavarian pretzel! You can recognise the really good ones by the fact that they are always a little puffy at the thickest part.

Sights. favourite places, insider tips…

While you’re here, you should definitely go to Nymphenburg Palace Park, a real work of garden art and beauty. Architecturally, this place is also emblematic of Bavaria’s splendour and magnificence.

Above all, you can go for a wonderful jog here and enjoy a very long lap.

For those who feel romantic, there’s also a real Venetian gondola perfect for lovers.


Hungry again? It’s actually impossible to eat badly in Munich!

If it’s not too cold, make sure you go to the Taxisgarten, a traditional and cosy beer garden where many Munich residents always sit. It’s been around for 100 years and the beautiful old trees have probably been there even longer.

You can round off the evening…

In the evening, the best place to go out is near Stachus! There are lots of charming restaurants, bars and clubs there. You’re guaranteed NOT to meet me there, because as a morning show host I naturally go to bed a little earlier than one or the other.

Have a great time in Bavaria!


Here is Indra’s personal program for a wonderful time for anyone coming to Radio Days:

Start the day with…

A short jog through the English Garden, or go for a walk with a coffee to go as the English Garden is the largest connected park in the world and really beautiful! The northern part in particular is often deserted.


At lunchtime go to the Viktualienmarkt to Fisch Witte, eat a snack and drink a glass of wine or two.

Sights, favourite places, insider tips…

Afterwards, simply stroll through our beautiful city centre to the Town Hall and discover that Munich’s architecture is a bit like a fairy tale.

A coffee in between…

Make a detour to the Bar Centrale. There’s always so much going on here on Saturdays that guests stand in the street with their cappuccino and Aperol Spritz in hand – pure Italo feeling!


If you want to go out for something to eat in the evening, I recommend Kull, a French bistro in New York style, just round the corner from Bar Centrale. Or a cheaper option a simple cuisine, but right in the heart of the Glockenbach district (there’s a lot going on here in the evening): Pizzeria Monaco.

Round off the evening…

If you want to party: there are parties for younger people around Lenbachplatz (e.g. 089 Bar), in Kunstpark Ost or in the Glockenbachviertel. Here you’ll find lots of small bars and restaurants as well as my favourite club: Paradiso.


About Leiki and Indra

Wolfgang “Leiki” Leikermoser began his career at ANTENNE BAYERN back in 1988 and has become one of the most recognisable voices in the German radio landscape. With his charismatic manner, he currently delights ANTENNE BAYERN listeners in the morning show “Guten Morgen Bayern” on ANTENNE BAYERN with Indra at his side. In his private life, Leiki enjoys steak with potatoes, self-irony and working classic cars, while he likes to spend his time with anything that drives – like cars, motorbikes and boats.

Indra Willer-Gerdes has been delighting ANTENNE BAYERN listeners as a radio presenter and weather expert since 2011. In the programme “Guten Morgen Bayern” on ANTENNE BAYERN, Indra, together with Wolfgang Leikermoser and the Guten-Morgen-Bayern team, ensures a good mood in the morning with Bavaria’s best music mix and lots of fun. In her private life, she likes authentic people, children, animals, spontaneous celebrations and Christmas. She dreams of seeing the Northern Lights one day, showing her children the wildlife of Africa and writing a book.


As usual, radioinfo will cover the Radiodays Europe Conference in Munich this year, so watch for our reports next month.

Last year’s conference reports are herePrevious conferences here.


If you are getting excited about this year’s event and make a last minute decision to attend, good news. Registrations are still open, click here.


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