The city of Munich has a lot of attractions to offer for all ages and tastes. Whether you are interested in history, architecture or art.
Discover some of the most stunning sights of Munich in our picture gallery. Find famous museums, gorgeous churches, places and parks.
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If you stay in Munich for a couple of days, you have the great opportunity to also visit some of the sights Upper Bavaria has to offer.
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The "Altes Schloss" (Old Palace) is a rare example of a late Renaissance country.
In 1701, the architect Enrico Zuccalli began building the New Castle in Schleißheim.
With this building, Munich has one of the most significant decoration museums.
The castle called Amalienburg is an exquisite example of rococo at its finest.
An unbelievable abundance of technical achievement can be found here.
Outstanding works of European art from the late 18th to the 20th century.
This is the biggest museum for modern art in Germany.
Vivid image of the wide variety of Jewish culture, art and history up to the present day.
The Alte Pinakothek is one of the oldest and most important galleries of the world.
The museum complex has gained a new significant addition.
Munich is the capital of beer: six breweries, the Hofbräuhaus and the Oktoberfest.
A noble home for driving pleasure: BMW Welt, plant and museum.
St. Kajetan had a major influence on Southern German baroque architecture.
Its interior presents works of art spanning five centuries.
The tower oft St. Peter is one of the best view- points of the city.
Church endowed and built by the Brothers Asam, pioneering artists of the Rococo.