Bavarian State Museum of Ethnology

Bavarian State Museum of Ethnology

Bavarian State Museum of Ethnology Located in Munich, Germany, the Bavarian State Museum of Ethnology is a museum for Non-European objects of cultural value and artworks. The building is situated in one of the four royal avenues of the city, in Maximilianstrasse. It was originally built for the Bavarian National Museum in 1859-1865 by Eduard […]

Frauenkirche

Frauenkirche

Located to the east of Marienplatz, Frauenkirche is the cathedral of the Archbishop of Freising and Munich. The church towers can be easily seen due to the neighboring height limits. One can climb the south tower to get a breathtaking view of Munich and the close by Alps. Frauenkirche was build out of red brick, […]

St. Peter’s Church

St. Peter’s Church

Built even before the city of Munich was founded, the St. Peter’s Church is arguably the oldest Roman Catholic Church in the city. According to history, monks lived in and around this Church as early as the eighth century.

Rathaus-Glockenspiel

Rathaus-Glockenspiel

One of the major tourist attractions of the city, the Rathaus-Glockenspiel lies in the center of Munich. This gem that dates from the early 20th century was a part of the construction of the New Town Hall. Every day, with clockwork precision, at 11 am, 12 noon, and at 5 pm, it replays back two […]

Old Town Hall

Old Town Hall

Located in the center of Munich, the Old Town Hall was constructed between 1470-1480 and has been known by this name since the 19th century. Jörg von Halspack, a famous architect who also planned the Frauenkirche, designed it. The Gothic architectural style that was prevalent during that period of time is well reflected in this […]

Hofbrauhaus am Platzl

Hofbrauhaus am Platzl

A nostalgic tourist spot that will prove to be of special interest for those who love beer, Hofbräuhaus am Platzl, a beer hall, lies in the center of the city of Munich.

Blutenburg Castle

Blutenburg Castle

Located between the two arms of the River Würm, the medieval Blutenburg Palace was built in the year 1438-1439.

Schleissheim Palace

Schleissheim Palace

Formerly the summer residence of the Bavarian rulers, Schleissheim Palace dates back to 1598. Tourists checking into the history of this palace will discover that it was originally built as a country house and hermitage that was founded by William V.

Munich Residenz

Munich Residenz

Set your foots on the hallowed grounds that served as the residence of the Bavarian kings, electors, and dukes as well as the seat of government between the year 1508 to 1918.

Amalienburg

Amalienburg

Constructed by by François de Cuvilliés between the year 1734 and 1739, the Amalienburg is a tiny hunting lodge, constructed for the Roman emperor Charles II in Nymphenburg Palace Park, Munich.

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.

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