Things to do in Munich

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  • 1


    76 reviews

    Absolute must if you are into shopping. There are all kinds of stores in the surrounding areas to buy things! Enjoy the scenery and architecture as well.

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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

    On our last day in Munich it was actually quite hot and we wandered around this park for an hour or so to cool off. There are numerous interesting statues and fountains and there was a human statue of Beethoven, which is what we remember it by.

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  • 4


    38 reviews

    This area comprises the 1972 Olympic Stadium, Hall, Swimming Pool and the Olympic Tower (providing wonderful views over Munich) all of which are set in an area of parkland. You can wander around independently, or take an organised tour. There are a number of cafes, restaurants and a Biergarten.

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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

    realy great if you like technic.

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  • 7

    Neues Rathaus

    20 reviews

    Looks good

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  • 8

    Schloss Nymphenburg

    18 reviews

    Schloss Nymphenburg is a beautiful palace and so is it's huge garden. It was the residence of the Wittelsbacher, the rulers of Bavaria. It's very pompous and extravagant.

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  • 9


    22 reviews

    A nice open space at the city gates. Lots of locals congregate here, and seem to use it as a meeting place.

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  • 10


    21 reviews

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

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  • 11

    Odeonsplatz Munich

    17 reviews

    Lots of large mustard colored buildings...what they don't tell you...and there are no that this is where a certain despicable frail little monster with a mustache used to give his hateful speeches. Again, no sign of it whatsoever...Now...just a bunch of clean oversized mustard colored buildings

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  • 12

    Dachau Concentation Camp Memorial Site

    14 reviews

    If you think about the historical meaning of this place, it's kind of strange to click the stars and say "Loved it". But it really is a moving experience to go there and to deal with one of the blackest chapters of German history .

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  • 13


    15 reviews

    It is difficult to give starts for a death camp. I was there long time ago, and I remember everything. The camp was kept mostly as the way it was. There is also a museum with photographs. It was very emotional, educational and difficult for me. But, it is important and need to be visited in order to keep it ...

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  • 14


    13 reviews

    Beautiful outdoor public park next to Residenz.

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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

    One of the most beautiful football stadiums in the world and definitly the best architecture of all , its so unique that you can distinguish it from the Plane window while you are thousands meters above Munich , It looks like a doughnut with a sugar topping :D

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  • 18

    Nymphenburg Palace

    11 reviews

    Great place for a walk in the park. no need to go inside much better palacae are around and easy to find

  • 19

    St. Peter's Church

    11 reviews

    Munich's oldest. for 8 euro climb up in about 300 steps for the best view on Munich

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  • 20

    Eisbach Surf

    10 reviews

    In the city park

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