Marienplatz 8, Munich, Bavaria 80331
The magnificent neo-Gothic building is not only the office of the Lord Mayor, but is also known for its great view and the famous carillon.
Marienplatz 8, Munich, Bavaria 80331
The English Garden is one of the largest inner-city parks in the world and is even larger than Central Park in New York: It measures 375 hectares and stretches from the Altstadtring to north-east Munich along the west bank of the Isar. Enjoy the panoramic view from the Monopterus, visit the beer garden at the Chinese Tower or watch the surfers on the two Eisbach waves.
Frauenplatz 1, Munich, Bavaria 80331
"The Cathedral of Our Lady" is the unmistakable landmark of the city of Munich. The Munich Frauendom is a late Gothic church from the 15th century. The south tower is open to visitors and offers a view of the entire city. The church itself can also be visited at any time outside of church services. Highlights for visitors include the Wittelsbacher monument, the bishop's crypt, and the Teufelstritt.
Museumsinsel 1, Munich, Bavaria 80538
The German Museum is one of the largest natural science museums in the world. In more than 25 departments, originals and models illustrate how technology and the laws of nature work. Here you can not only look at technology and natural science, but experience them up close.
Viktualienmarkt 3, Munich, Bavaria 80331
The Viktualienmarkt is one of the top sight s in the center of Munich. Not only can you buy fresh goods like fruits and vegetables here, but also eat excellent food. It is also worth seeing are the Maypole in the middle of the market, as well as the statues and fountains. For souvenirs, the Viktualienmarkt also offers some of the most ideal for your pleasure.
Spiridon-Louis-Ring 21, Munich, Bavaria 80809
The Munich Olympic Park covers a total area of 160 hectares and is one of the largest green spaces in Munich. During the 1972 Summer Olympics, the Munich Olympic Park served as the venue. Since then, the area has been used for sporting, cultural and social events and serves as a place of recreation for the townspeople. You can also take a tour at the Olympic Stadium or enjoy the view over Munich from the Olympic Tower.
Neuschwansteinstrasse 20, Schwangau, Bavaria 87645
With 1.4 million visitors per year, the fairytale Neuschwanstein Castle is one of the three most visited sights in Germany. The Disney Castle is located in the village of Hohenschwangau in the mountains of Bavaria's Allgäu region. The palace, built by order of King Ludwig II from 1869, can be visited all year round as part of a guided tour.
Schloss Nymphenburg 1, Munich, Bavaria 80638
Nymphenburg Palace takes you into the world of kings and princesses. It was not only the summer residence, but also a favorite castle of the Wittelsbach family. The extensive complex includes the magnificent Castle Museum, the Marstall Museum with its fleet of carriages and the "Nymphenburg Porcelain" museum as well as the Castle Park with its small park castles.
Tierparkstrasse 30, Munich, Bavaria 81543
A trip around the world: Munich's Hellabrunn Zoo was founded in 1911 and is considered the world's first geo-zoo. Since 1928, the animals have been living here, sorted by continents - today some in natural communities, just like in nature. At any time of the year, the zoo offers an impressive picture of the natural habitats of the landscape protection area of the Isar floodplains with changing moods.
Theresienwiese, Munich, Bavaria
The Munich Oktoberfest is the largest folk festival in the world, which takes place every year in September & October. With its beer tents and rides, it is an experience for the whole family. More than six million guests from all over the world visit the two-week festival on the Theresienwiese every year. Since the 200th anniversary in 2010, there has been the so-called "Oide Wiesn" on its own adjacent site, where you can experience the Oktoberfest as it was in the past.