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Munich's museums offer art from various eras
Discover Nymphenburg, Residenz and Neuschwanstein
Home to more than 750 exotic and native species
Visit the most famous Munich's Parks and Gardens
Munich's churches define the city's silhouette
The New Town Hall is one of the most distinctive features of Munich's skyline
One of the most famous bavarian restaurants in Munich
The Jewish Museum portrays the diversity of Jewish history, art and culture in Munich. Get more information here.
Isar river rafting from Wolfratshausen to Munich is an amusing adventure.
The Victuals Market is Munich's most popular open air market and a tourist magnet.
Over 26 million passengers travel through Munich's airport per year
The memorial site was erected on the grounds of the Dachau concentration camp.
The Bavaria Filmstudios are birthplace of many German Cinema and TV productions.
The bronze statue in front of the hall represents the State of Bavaria.
The Bavarian State Opera in Munich has an excellent reputation in the entire world.
3 years after the foun- dation stone was laid, the Arena was inaugurated in 2005.
The City of Dachau near Munich has a 1200- year-old history.
The lake offers one of the most magnificent panorama views across all of Bavaria.
The Zugspitze in Garmisch-Partenkirchen is the hightest peak of the Alps in Germany.
Oberammergau is world famous for its Passion Play which takes place every ten years.
The City of Salzburg is only two hours away from the Bavarian capital Munich.
Let tour organisers show you Munich's most interesting sights
Find out more about markets and flea markets: food, exotic spice & more.
This is a former imperial town alongside the Romantic Road.