Top Attractions & Places To Visit in Munich
Munich, capital of Bavaria, is the third largest city in Germany which is a major centre of culture, education, tourism, technology, art, finance and innovation in Germany and Europe. It is also known as the home to many universities, theatres, exhibitions, gorgeous architecture, architectural attractions and museums. Munich is the beautiful city where locals and visitors enjoy the rich history and culture of the place. No doubt, it is a fun-loving city with beautiful churches and outstanding museums and palaces. Enjoy your life with colorful markets, public parks and gardens. There is plenty to do in the city but if you feel like you’ve done everything, just take a look at its nightlife. Simply make the most of your holidays and make it an unforgettable one.
Popularly known as a scenic park, English Garden is the first public garden on the Continent consisting of a Greek temple, Chinese pagoda and Japanese tea house. It is designed beautifully with its generous dimensions, architecture and landscape features. The English Garden is historically very important with its enclosed spaces and the play of light and shade and now has become an outstanding example of a classical landscape garden.
Marienplatz is the prominent public square in Munich which stands as the center of social activity in the city with its vibrant energy. Surrounded with the shopping centers and restaurants, the site lies in the heart of the city of Munich. It draws millions of tourists per year. Marienplatz is one of the best places of Munich which symbolizes the whole city, come here and make your trip memorable.
Located in the heart of the city, BMW Museum is well known for all the brands and products of the BMW Group. You can also enjoy exclusive insights into vehicle manufacturing. Enjoy fascinating tours, exhibitions, events and lasting memories as well. BMW Museum remains open from Tuesday to Sunday / public holidays from 10.00am - 6.00pm. It remains closed on Mondays. Entrance fees of the museum is 10.00 EUR for single, 7.00 EUR for partners. The museum showcases the technical development of cars and motorcycles inside of the bowl-shaped building.
Built by a pair of brothers, Asamkirche was architect as a private church but on demand, it has been opened to be public. Asams Church is one of Munichs smallest but certainly one of its most opulent. The inside architecture of Church is as grand as its exteriors. Feel a little piece of heaven in Asams Church. Elaborated ceiling paintings, its orientation, lighting concepts will tend you to visit the place again.
St. Peters Church
Citys oldest church since 11th-century, St. Peters is best known for its beautiful golden interior. It is an attractive little place of worship located in the centre of Munich. Over the years, it has become best known for its tower. St. Peters Church Tower opens daily in summers from Monday to Friday between 9am and 6.30pm, Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 10am to 6.30pm. It remains open in winters from Monday to Friday between 9am and 5.30pm, Saturday, Sunday and holidays between 10am and 5.30pm. Admission fees for church is 3 Euros.
Munich Residence (Residenz Munchen)
Once being the castle of the Bavarian dukes, princes, and emperors; The Residence in Munichs city is a complex of buildings which is also known as one of Europes most significant interior decoration museums. The castle structure includes ten courtyards used for cultural events, open air concerts, art intellect and passion. Munich Residence comprises of special collections such as silver, ecclesiastical vestments and porcelain from Europe and East Asia.
Nymphenburg Palace (Schloss Nymphenburg)
Nymphenburg Palace is a summer residence of the long-awaited heir to the throne, Max Emanuel. It is one of the best examples in Europe of a synthesis of the arts. With its unique combination of architecture and garden design, Nymphenburg Palace has surrounded with several outbuildings and a small, walled, geometrical garden. Since it is open for public also, hence come and enjoy the beauty of the palace.
Viktualienmarkt is the city's largest and most famous outdoor marketplace for bakeries, fruit vendors, flower shops, a butchers' hall, eggs, meat, spices, delicatessens, wine, flowers and plants, and many more. Known for its diversity and size, Viktualienmarkt comprises total of more than140 stalls and shops. The market has evolved from a farmers' market to a popular market for fresh food and delicatessen over the years. The market remains open from Monday to Friday (10am - 6pm) and Saturday (10am - 3pm).
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