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  • 1


    Marienplatz 8, Munich, BY 80331 Germany
    76 reviews

    Marienplatz (Mary's Square) is the main public square in central Munich. This is the heart of the city filled with cathedrals, bars, restaurants, shops, and beer gardens. All the main tourist attractions are based here.

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  • 2


    Matthias-Pschorr-Straße 40, 80339 Munich, Germany
    48 reviews

    The most iconic and popular celebration in Germany! It's all about beer and Ein Prosit! Great ambiance and lots of fun! More than 8 million people from all around the world in 12 days of extensive party!

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  • 3

    Englischer Garten

    Englischer Garten, Munich, BY 80538, Germany
    47 reviews

    This is my favorite spot in Munich. On any given day, you can hear classical cellists playing under a gazebo, see a couple giving an impromptu waltz performance, and watch Germans and tourists alike taking a nap on the grass. After walking around the city, this is a great place to take a break and grab a pint of beer ...

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  • 4


    Spiridon-Louis-Ring 21, Munich, Germany
    38 reviews

    The site of the 1972 Summer Olympics and former home of Bayern Munich. Sadly remembered for the massacre.

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  • 5


    Viktualienmarkt, 80331 Munich, Germany
    22 reviews

    The Viktualienmarkt is a daily outdoor market and is located right outside of Marienplatz. Foodies will delight in the wide variety of sausage options in the market. There's also a prominent beer garden in the center of the market. If possible, order a pork sandwich with cracklins.

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  • 6

    Deutsches Museum

    Deutsches Museum, 80331 Munich, Germany
    21 reviews

    Fascinating Science museum covering a variety of topics and containing lots of different exhibits. I liked the lightning demonstration.

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  • 7

    Schloss Nymphenburg

    Schloss Nymphenburg, 80639 Munich, Germany
    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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  • 8

    Neues Rathaus

    Rathausplatz 2, Ingolstadt, Germany
    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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  • 9


    Odeonsplatz, München, Deutschland
    13 reviews

    The Hofgarten is a large landscape garden between the English Garden and Residenz in Munich. The Hofgarten is marked by a lovely series of flowers with a dome structure in the center. It also has a nice beer garden.

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  • 10

    Dachau Concentation Camp Memorial Site

    14 reviews

    Like is not korrekt but important, sad, and intresting. If you are in german history also important for kids depends how old they are.

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  • 11


    Marienplatz, Wasserburg am Inn, Germany
    21 reviews

    Really unique looking church, but difficult to photograph, especially close up due to other buildings, angles, etc. Nevertheless, Frauenkirche is a must-see for visitors to the city.

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  • 12


    Karlsplatz, 80335 Munich, Germany
    22 reviews

    Karlsplatz is at the other end of the pedestrian walk beginning at Marienplatz. It is also served by the subway line. When we were in Munich my wife and I went clothes shopping and many of the contemporary shops like H&M and Benetton were around here.

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  • 13

    Odeonsplatz Munich

    Odeonsplatz, 80539 München, Germany
    17 reviews

    I saw the square twice when we were in Munich. First, during the Oktoberfest Parade we stood along the sidewalk watching the various floats and wagons pulled by horse or oxen. Second, on one of our last nights in the city we ate at Spatenhaus brewpub at sunset.

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  • 14


    Alte Römerstraße 75, Dachau, BY 85221 Germany
    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

    Karls Gate

    Karlsplatz 1, 80335 Munich, Germany
    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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  • 16


    Residenzstraße 1, Munich, Germany
    12 reviews

    The Residenz is the largest city palace in Germany and was the home of the Bavarian monarchs before German Unification in 1871. It's a large, splendid palace filled with frescoes and gardens. The crown jewels of Bavaria also reside here.

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  • 17

    Allianz Arena

    Werner-Heisenberg-Allee 25, Munich, Bavaria, United States
    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

    St. Peter's Church

    Rindermarkt 1, Munich, BY 80331 Germany
    11 reviews

    The Peterkirche is the oldest church in the city. It also offers one of the best views of Marienplatz that you're bound to find. Unfortunately to enjoy that view you have to climb a few hundred feet of creaky wooden stairs to the tower, which is surrounded by a slender railing. I enjoyed the view from inside the tower.

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  • 19

    Nymphenburg Palace

    Schloss Nymphenburg 1, Munich, Germany
    11 reviews

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

  • 20

    Eisbach Surf

    10 reviews

    Five hundred kilometers from the German coast and more than 1,100 km from any surfable ocean breaks, Munich has no reason to be included on any surfer's short list. Or so one might believe. But never underestimate the creativity of the wave desperate. Just past a bridge crossing the man-made Eisbach channel near the southern edge of the Englischer Garten ...

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