Very popular scenic park, more internaitonal than its name would suggest, it contains a Greek temple, Chinese pagoda and Japanese tea house.
This 15th-century cathedral is most famous for its domed towers.
The best place in the city to view opera and ballet, although it can be a tough ticket.
Learn about the history of beer and see artifacts relating to beer’s production. Tours are offered in German and English. Sample different beers or eat Bavarian food in the restaurant.
See Olympiapark, home of the 1972 Olympics. Tours include a roof climb, with ropes & carbiners and bungee jumping into the stadium.
Hundreds of thousands of people visit BMW's four-cilinder BMW tower and the bowl-shaped museum next to it each year. The museum showcases the technical development of cars and motorcycles and also has some exhibits about the history of the company. Many old cars and motorcycles are on display along a spiral ramp that curls along the inside of the bowl-shaped building.
The BMW Welt delights car-lovers and no-car lovers alike. See the latest BMW cars & motorcycles, and learn about the technology and design elements used by the company.
This prominent public square, the largest in Munich, still stands as the center of social activity in the city, much as it has throughout history... more »
Housing much of the city's most famous artwork, this museum's collection includes renowned international works from the 14th through the 18th centuries.
Dating from the 18th century through the present day, the impressive collection of paintings and sculptures housed in this museum includes works by such luminaries as Van Gogh and Manet.
Great views, perfect for photos. I've seen Alps on one side Frauenkirche and Olympic tower on the other but only when its clear. Great food drink... more »
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