Alte Hof

Alte Hof

Located in the center of Munich, Alter Hof is an archeologist’s delight. It was also the former imperial residence of the holy Roman emperor, Louis IV.

New Town Hall

New Town Hall

The New Town Hall lies in the northern part of Marienplatz, in the heart of Munich city. Standing tall at 79 meters, it is known in the German language as the Neues Rathaus.

Marienplatz

Marienplatz

What is the use of visiting a city without checking out its lifeline? Marienplatz, the square that hosted festivals and tournaments, along with being a marketplace too during the Middle Ages, is considered as the heart of Munich city.

BMW Museum

BMW Museum

Located close to the Olympiapark, Munich, the BMW Museum was established shortly before the summer Olympics in the year 1972. Dealing with the history of BMW, the famous automobile manufacturer, it is visited by tens of thousands of automobile enthusiasts and also by the general tourists throughout the year.

Nymphenburg Palace

Nymphenburg Palace

Formerly the summer residence of the Wittelbachs, the former royal family of Bavaria, Nymphenburg Palace, surrounded by an English-style park, finds a worthy spot in the itinerary of tourists visiting Munich.

Deutsches Museum

Deutsches Museum

Arguably acknowledged as the largest technology related museum in the world, the Deutsches Museum is situated on a small island near the River Isar, in Munich, Germany. It exhibits nearly 28,000 objects from approximately fifty fields of technology and science.

Munich

Munich

Arguably one of Germany’s most celebrated, famous, and visited cities; Munich is a popular spot for visitors from across the globe ranging from ordinary tourists to jet-setting celebrities. Munich has sights, attractions, and events for everyone. The city is a bustling metropolis filled with modern flair and classic culture at the same time.

Munich top tourist attractions

Munich top tourist attractions

Considered to be the “must-see” destination for visitors to Munich, the Nymphenburg Palace was built in the 17th century as a gift from Ferdinand Maria to his wife, Henriette. His heir, Maximilian Emanuel, expanded to the palace by adding symmetrical buildings that span from the central structure.

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