Things to do in Munich

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  • 1


    76 reviews

    Love the open market and the variety of stuff you can buy here! There are a lot of little shops for meats, baked goods, trinkets, clothes, accessories, chocolate, fresh fruits and veggies, little cafes for coffee, snacks, full lunches...everything you need to see for a full afternoon of wandering and people watching!

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  • 2


    48 reviews

    For Germans, Oktoberfest often involves heading to the beer halls after work and taking in the festive atmosphere a few days over the course of the festival. For tourists, it usually means spending an entire day (or three) on the festival grounds. I would highly recommend picking out one or two beer halls - my favorite is the Hofbrau-Festzelt - ...

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  • 3

    Englischer Garten

    48 reviews

    Beautiful Park in Munich! Lots of interesting people watching, rent a bike and enjoy the numerous paths, then grab a drink in the beer garden. A great way to spend a Sunday afternoon!

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  • 4


    38 reviews

    Definitely showing their age now, but the tower is a good place from which to get a view across the city and onto the Alps. Also convenient to the BMW museum and BMW Welt, which are a short distance away.

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  • 5


    22 reviews

    Wonderful outdoor market with tons of fresh products to enjoy,,,,,,right next to the outdoor beer garden. 1 Boot please!

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  • 6

    Deutsches Museum

    21 reviews

    The world's largest museum of science and technology. A wonderful place to explore and learn. Learn more about a favorite science or just stroll around enjoying the evolution of technology. There is so much to see. For people with a general interest, allow half a day. For serious technology fans, you may need to come a second day to see ...

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  • 7

    Neues Rathaus

    20 reviews

    Glockenspiel for me is synonymous with this building in the heart of Munich. It does its little spiel for tourists and locals a couple of times a day. I do know it's not regular (like on an hourly basis). Every day at 11am and some extra times in the summer. Still it's a nice family activity that gain some smiles.

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  • 8

    Schloss Nymphenburg

    18 reviews

    Nymphenburg Palace is one of the extravagant palaces built by Bavaria's mad King, Ludwig II. Ludwig is also responsible for Neueschwanstein and Linderhof Palaces.

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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

    The main cathedral in Muenchen and in my mind one of the symbols of the city. Most of it has been rebuilt after damage suffered during the second world war.

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  • 11

    Odeonsplatz Munich

    17 reviews

    una delle piazze principali, non particolarmente bella, spicca il giallo ocra della chiesa.

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  • 12

    Dachau Concentation Camp Memorial Site

    14 reviews

    a memorial site for the sad history of germany. go with a tour guide so as to get a better picture and history of the place.

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  • 13


    13 reviews

    beautiful park.. it is what Mikes bikes rides you through. had large ornate flowerings

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  • 14


    14 reviews

    I'm not one of those people that live for Today and let the future take care of itself. I remember things, try to learn from my mistakes, stay mindful of the present, and sometimes over plan for the future. We live in interesting times and one pattern that I unfortunately see more often is the fast and loose use of ...

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  • 15


    12 reviews

    Have no idea how to get inside? Huge building.

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  • 16

    Karls Gate

    12 reviews

    Karl's Gate is one of Munich's remaining medieval gates. It's located in Karlsplatz and essentially divides the new from the old city. It also serves as something of a bookend for pedestrian walks starting at Marienplatz.

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  • 17

    Allianz Arena

    10 reviews

    incredible huge construction, beautiful specially at night when the colors are changing. Easy acess from town, home of Bayern Munich one of the best soccer teams in Europe.

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  • 18

    Nymphenburg Palace

    11 reviews

    This place is a Baroque style palace known for it's beautiful gardens, lakes, and fountains. If I recall correctly, there is a hall of mirrors that was built to mimic the one at the palace of Versailles.

  • 19

    St. Peter's Church

    11 reviews

    Amazing detail....sad to think of the evil that has passed through this city not so long ago.

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  • 20

    Eisbach Surf

    10 reviews

    Worth the visit. Where else can you surf under trees?

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