The square has been the beating heart of the city for many centuries (since 1158).
Boasting a capacity of some 2000 seats, not only is this beerhouse one of the oldest in Munich, it is also one of the largest.
Towering above the rest of the city landscape, this church offers its visitors one of the greatest views you could wish for.
This market is the most popular open air market in Munich. Spreading over more than 20 000 square meters, it offers a wide range of products…
The existence of this church dates back to the 8th century when there was a monastery located at the site of the present-day church.
A true Neo-Gothic masterpiece and a breathtaking sight. Note its richly decorated facade showing the Wittelsbach dynasty.
This museum is a must-see for any fan of automobiles no matter the brand.
Built tucked away in the mountains to let King Ludwig II be away from other people, this castle is not doing the job well after his death.
What used to be a city wall in Munich is now one of the three remaining Gothic city gates, which leads right into the historical centre of…
You can't miss this place whether you want or not. Kaufinger Street is one of the Munich's busiest streets full of stores and establishments…
Situated at the end of Maximilianstraße, this palace has been serving as the seat of the Bavarian State Parliament since 1949.
One of the top five operas in the world. It's operated by the Bavarian State Opera company, but it also houses the Bavarian State Orchestra…
This 180-hectare-large park surrounds a palace of the same name. In this place of relaxation, popular among tourists and locals alike, the…
St. Johann Nepomuk, better known as the Asam Church, is a Baroque church in Munich, southern Germany.
The Alte Pinakothek is an art museum located in the Kunstareal area in Munich, Germany.
Relaxing strolls through a well-maintained greenery? Beer gardens?
The Hofgarten is a garden in the center of Munich, Germany, located between the Residenz and the Englischer Garten.
Dachau () was a Nazi concentration camp opened on 22 March 1933, which was initially intended to hold political prisoners.
The Siegestor in Munich is a three-arched memorial arch, crowned with a statue of Bavaria with a lion-quadriga.
This street is surely one of the most picturesque places in Nuremberg. There are half-timbered houses, lovely shops and cafés.
The Maximilianstraße in Munich is one of the city's four royal avenues next to the Brienner Straße, the Ludwigstraße and the…