So which videos are the most popular about this magnificent city? A city strong in tourism, beer and of course Bayern Munich - all these should feature strongly in the most popular videos about the city, surely?
Well, actually... no.
A quick search on YouTube reveals that the absolute king of Munich on YouTube is the late Michael Jackson. Not only does he has the most popular video, a 1997 version of Billie Jean live in the city (a mere 14.9 million views), but he actually takes a staggering seven of the top 13 most popular videos in Munich.
Jackson is number 1, 2 and 3 - it must have been one heck of a concert... And where is the mighty Bayern, I hear you cry? Well, they make the top ten twice, sort of. The highest entry at number 4, with 6.2 million views, is the MSN song, a parody of the 2015 Champions League semi-final against Barcelona.
Bayern only makes it once into the top 10 with game highlights, the unforgettable penalty shoot-out in 2010 against Real Madrid.
Perhaps the most exciting of the ten is Olympiapark as you have never seen it with 4.3 million views - First ever FLOATING freestyle motocross course - Red Bull X-Fighters Munich 2014
Only one other artist makes the top 10 apart from Jackson, Ana Popovic with Blues for M at the 2011 Tollwood Festival Munich (3.8 million)
And just to prove that Munich has a rich and long-standing tradition for attracting the very best musicians in the world, video number 11 is the Beatles, live in Munich in 1966 with Nowhere Man and 2.9 million views.
The question is, if YouTube had existed in 1966, would Michael Jackson still be the King of Munich on YouTube...
To see all the most popular Munich videos, click here.