Places of interest

What to do in Munich?

The top 10 attractions of the Bavarian capital:

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Within about 20 minutes by car you will reach the Deutsches Museum or the Munich Zoo as well as the Munich Citycenter, Allianz Arena or BMW-World. Within 30 minutes you will arrive at Tegernsee and in 45 minutes Schliersee, Starnberger See oder Chiemsee.

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BMW WELT AND BMW MUSEUM

BMW Welt is BMW’s unique experience and delivery centre. Nowhere else in the world does the brand come as vividly to life as at the Oberwiesenfeld complex in Munich. Here the proximity to the BMW parent plant forges a link between history and the present.

 
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ALLIANZ ARENA

The Allianz Arena stadium was completed at the end of May 2005 and inaugurated with several football matches involving the local teams Bayern Munich and TSV 1860 Munich. The Allianz Arena has taken over from the Olympic Stadium as the premier venue for football in Munich. Tours of the stadium take place almost every day.

 
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JOCHEN SCHWEIZER ARENA

Jochen Schweizer, is well known from the TV-Show „Die Höhle der Löwen“. He started his new fun- und action-sport-arena beside the Stay2Munich. Adrenalinfreaks will find the there place to be at Munich “Südkreuz”: surfing on a standing wave, climbing at the ropes course with zipline parkour and flying at the first Bodyflying Tower in suthern Germany!

 
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MUNICK ZOO HELLABRUNN

Founded in 1911, Munich zoo was the world’s first “geo-zoo”. Visitors can enjoy the changing moods of the habitats of the Isar Meadows nature reserve in every season. The animals can be observed without the distraction of fences and cages.

 
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RUHMESHALLE WITH BAVARIA

King Ludwig 1 of Bavaria commissioned the construction of the Ruhmeshalle (Hall of Fame) on a site above Theresienwiese between 1843 and 1853. The building honours celebrated Bavarians who have made their mark in politics, science, and the arts. Busts were placed inside the columned building, a practice that recommenced in 1966. The casting of the 18.52-metre Bavaria statue by Ludwig Schwanthaler was performed by Ferdinand von Miller and was regarded at the time as a major technological feat. There is a viewing platform on the head of the statue.

 
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FRAUENKIRCHE

With its distinctive copper-covered domes the Gothic-style Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady) is Munich’s foremost landmark. The two 99-metre towers with copper domes are the church’s most notable features. The south tower, which can be climbed, offers a fabulous view of Munich and the Alps.

 
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DEUTSCHES MUSEUM

Sailing ships, atom models, windmills, space probes, diesel engines, industrial robots, organs, maritime rescue craft… The Deutsche Museum houses an incredible range of technological landmarks. At 50,000 m2 the museum is not just one of the world’s leading natural history and technology museums but also one of the very largest.

 
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ENGLISCHER GARTEN

The English Garden is one the world’s largest urban parks. Over the centuries the park has constantly changed, with new buildings and green spaces added. The park was named the English Garden because it was laid out in the style of a landscaped English park.

 
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NYMPHENBURG PALACE

Nymphenburg Palace in the west of the city is one of the largest imperial palaces in Europe. The much-visited Baroque attraction with its extensive landscaped garden and museums is also popular with Munich residents.

 
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PINAKOTHEK DER MODERNE

The 12,000-m2 Pinakothek der Moderne houses four major museums under one roof which showcase art, works on paper, architecture and design. Its scope makes the museum one of the world’s greatest collections of 20th and 21st century art.

 
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MÜLLER’SCHES VOLKSBAD

The Müller’sche Volksbad is one of the most beautiful swimming pools in Europe. Built in 1901 on the banks of the Isar, the pool is a real Art Nouveau jewel.

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