Munich is the capital of the German Free State of Bavaria and, with a population of 1.3 million, the third-largest city in Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg. Munich's unemployment level is relatively low compared to other major cities in Germany. Also, purchasing power and GDP per capita rank among the highest in Germany. This chapter explores the knowledge economy strategies of Munich. It analyses the foundations of the knowledge economy for Munich. They include the knowledge base, the economic base, the quality of life, the accessibility, the urban diversity, the urban scale, and the social equity in the city. The chapter discusses Munich's knowledge economy activities. It explains how well the city (and the actors in it) manages to: attract and retain talented people; create new knowledge; apply new knowledge and make new combinations; and develop new growth clusters. The chapter contains conclusions and unfolds perspectives for Munich's position in the emerging knowledge economy.