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  • 1


    76 reviews

    Christkindlmarkt is great to be at around this time of the year! Grab a Glühwein & some gebrannte Mandeln! Warm clothing helps…

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  • 2


    48 reviews

    huge carnival! however as i'm not a fan of beer, it's a bit difficult for me to enjoy the beer there. but it's quite a sight to see and immerse yourself in.

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  • 3

    Englischer Garten

    48 reviews

    City officials had the foresight in the 1790s to set aside more than 900 acres of prime real estate for the Englischer Garten, one of Europe’s largest. You can rent a bike to explore trails that wind past green lawns and bridges toward a central lake with paddleboats. Warm weather brings sunbathers (some known to strip down to nothing), surfers, ...

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  • 4


    38 reviews

    This is where the famous olympic games happened in 1972. Nowadays this is a huge park with options for almost every kind of sport. Its a beautiful walk and its very special on weekends where the park is full of people and joy.

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  • 5


    22 reviews

    Just off Marienplatz is this outdoor market, which has been in operation since 1807. There are stalls selling wine, cheese, meat, produce, and some souvenirs, as well as a popular beer garden.

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  • 6

    Deutsches Museum

    21 reviews

    The Deutsches Museum (German Museum) in Munich, Germany, is the world's largest museum of technology and science,[1] with approximately 1.5 million visitors per year and about 28,000 exhibited objects from 50 fields of science and technology. The museum was founded on June 28, 1903, at a meeting of the Association of German Engineers (VDI) as an initiative of Oskar von ...

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  • 7

    Neues Rathaus

    20 reviews

    Have a cup of tea on the cafe inside it, watch the people and the atchtecture.

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  • 8

    Schloss Nymphenburg

    18 reviews

    this place is near the olympiapark, there is a s-bhan and u-bahn station very near and u can take a walk in the giant garden of the castle

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  • 9


    22 reviews

    I remember this being a nice open pedestrian mall full if locals.

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  • 10


    21 reviews

    l'accesso alla chiesa è gratuito, imponente e quasi totalmente ricostruita dopo le guerre.

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  • 11

    Odeonsplatz Munich

    17 reviews

    near Rezidence

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  • 12

    Dachau Concentation Camp Memorial Site

    14 reviews

    This was a moving experience. This memorial site has a visitor center and the foundation of many of the buildings so you can see the layout of the "barracks". There was a reconstructed "barrack" where you could see the living conditions as well as the "showers". There is also a chapel onsite. You can still see the barbed wire on ...

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  • 13


    13 reviews

    Beautiful outdoor public park next to Residenz.

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  • 14


    14 reviews

    city's ok, hated concentration camp, though. very depressing...

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  • 15


    12 reviews


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  • 16

    Karls Gate

    12 reviews

    Karls Gate is the western main gate of Munich's medieval city wall. It's right at the Karlsplatz (or Stachus). It is the perfect place to start a shopping trip. From there you go in the pedestrian zone with a lot of shops.

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  • 17

    Allianz Arena

    10 reviews

    The Bayern Munich arena tour is a must

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  • 18

    Nymphenburg Palace

    11 reviews

    this place is near the olympiapark, there is a s-bhan and u-bahn station very near and u can take a walk in the giant garden of the castle

  • 19

    St. Peter's Church

    11 reviews

    the ticket to go up to the tower is very cheap (1,50€) and u have a fantastic view over the city. go there!

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  • 20

    Eisbach Surf

    10 reviews

    In the city park

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