Things to do in Munich

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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

    Well its is simple. If you love state fair atmosphere and BEER you going to love this international event. Just step into any big beer vendor tent and find a fraulein (waitress) and they will sit you down with complete strangers who will become your friends before you can finish your first large cold beer. We sat with some fun ...

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  • 3

    Englischer Garten

    48 reviews

    This is where Munich's inhabitants meet in there leisure time, especially in summer. It's a nice park with some beer gardens and the famous Eisbach-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


    23 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

    If you love physics, technic and anythingt that goes with it - YOU seriously need 2 days for seeing everything in that museum. I think one of the most famous and biggest of its kind in europe

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  • 7

    Neues Rathaus

    20 reviews

    I was lucky enough to be in Marienplatz one morning when the extremely elaborate cuckoo clock went off. The clock literally has jousting knights and dancing characters that play out a three act performance.

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    Schloss Nymphenburg

    18 reviews

    This palace was the main summer residence of the rulers of Bavaria. It is only a 15min journey via the city's efficient and frequent tram network, and you could easily spend a day here visiting both the palace and the park within which it stands.

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  • 9


    22 reviews

    nice place to enter the city center of Munich. The McDonalds at this place used to be the most frequented McD store in Europe.

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  • 10


    21 reviews

    Great views of the city. It's a couple of Euros to take an elevator to the top.

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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

    It is a little strange to write that I loved seeing the Dachau Concentration camp because of the atrocities that went on inside those walls, however; I appreciated my visit here because it was a great opportunity ti reflect on how the world has grown and where we still have room to grow. The memorial site was informative and our ...

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  • 13


    15 reviews

    I honestly did not what emotions I would feel before coming here. I've been here twice and both times I came away asking to one word questions. How? Why? "Never again" are the words inscribed on a simple bronze plaque. That pretty much says it is.

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  • 14


    13 reviews

    Hofgarten is a beautiful public park right between Odeonsplatz and Englischer Garten. There is also a beergarden and people meet there to play boule.

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  • 15


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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

    Amazing stadum

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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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