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Beer and Oktoberfest Museum
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Housed in the oldest town house in Munich, the Beer and Oktoberfest Museum features permanent exhibitions on topics ranging from the history of beer to the Bavarian monks’ purity laws and the unique quality of Munich’s beer. As for the story of Oktoberfest, on the upper floor of the museum you’ll learn about its beginnings as a national festival for the 1810 wedding of King Luis to Princess Teresa, right through to today’s celebration — it’s the largest beer festival in the world attended by some 6 million people every year.

You’ll see photos and illustrations, exhibits of brewery and beer-related memorabilia, including original beer mugs from the early years of Oktoberfest. A 12-minute documentary on the evolution of Bavarian beer-making also plays in the small cinema. And as you make your way round the exhibits, check out the building’s original wooden beam and restored murals — they date all the way back to 1340.

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King's Square (Königsplatz)
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Het Königsplatz werd ooit gebouwd op bevel van Koning Ludwig I, die cultuur, overheid, Christelijk geloof en Beierse strijdkrachten wilde samenbrengen in een grote groene ruimte. De koning koos voor een Europese neoklassieke stijl op basis van het Akropolis in Athene. Hij liet zelfs twee musea bouwen in dezelfde stijl; de eerste was de Glyptothek, waar hij zijn uitgebreide collectie van Griekse en Romeinse beelden kon tentoonstellen, en de tweede is de Staatliche Antikensammlungen met Griekse, Etruskische en Romeinse objecten. Koning Ludwig I gaf ook opdracht voor de Propylaea, een imponerende en stevige poort, die een herinnering was aan zijn zoon, de Beierse prins Otto van Griekenland.

Ondanks de gedurfde en stedelijke bouwstijl is het plein nu minder populair doordat de nazi’s hier parades hielden en tijdens de Holocaust gevangenen verzamelden. Het nationaal hoofdkwartier van de nazipartij, het Braunes Haus stond zelfs aan de Brienner Straße in de buurt van het plein.

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Marienplatz
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Marienplatz doet dienst als het centrum van München en heeft een aantal historische stadsgebouwen en markten. Midden op het plein staat de Mariensäule, een pilaar met een beeld van de Maagd Maria. Op elke hoek staat een putti, die de overwinningen van de stad op oorlog, pest, hongersnood en ketterij symboliseren.

Bezoekers verzamelen zich dagelijks om 11:00, 12:00 en 17:00 uur om het bewegende klokkenspel in het Neues Rathaus te bekijken met 43 klokken en 32 figuren. De show is het beste te zien vanaf de bovenverdieping van de boekwinkel Hugendubel en het Café Glockenspiel.

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Munich Residence (Residenz München)
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The former royal palace of the Bavarian monarch, the Munich Residenz is the largest city palace in Germany and is open to visitors to see its spectacularly adorned rooms and royal collections. The complex of buildings in the Munich Residenz contains 10 courtyards and the museum displays 130 rooms. The three main parts of the Residenz are the Königsbau, the Alte Residenz, and the Festsaalbau, which is also home to the Cuvillies Theatre.

Get a feel for palace life in the Residenz museum which features the collections of porcelain, silver, paintings, and classical antiquities amassed by the Wittelsbach monarchs. The Antiquarium's Renaissance collections is especially breath-taking. Step outside the elaborately decorated rooms to the beautiful Court Garden or check out the Treasury (Schatzkammer) for a display of the royal jewels, gold objects, and ivory.

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English Garden (Englischer Garten)
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De Englischer Garten, Duits voor "Engelse Tuin", is een van de grootste stadsparken ter wereld en zelfs groter dan Central Park in New York. Het park is genoemd naar de Engelse stijl van tuinaanleg en is bij zowel lokale inwoners als toeristen populair. Je kunt er luieren op de groene velden, fietsen over de kronkelige paden of zelfs surfen op een kunstmatige waterval bij de brug over de Eisbach bij de Prinzregentenstraße.

De Engelsen waren niet de enigen die invloed hebben gehad op het park in München. Er zijn namelijk ook een Japans Theehuis en een Chinese Toren te vinden. Aan de voet van de Chinese Toren kun je heerlijk genieten van een braadworst en een biertje in de Biergarten, terwijl je luistert naar traditionele Duitse volksmuziek, gespeeld door mannen in lederhosen. Een andere Biergarten in het park is het Seehaus, waar je ook een roeiboot kunt huren of een duik kunt nemen in het meer als het wat warmer is.

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Cathedral of Our Blessed Lady (Frauenkirche)
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Which landmark particularly stands out in Munich's skyline? That would be the Cathedral of Our Blessed Lady or Frauenkirche, the church featuring two onion-shaped domes on top of twin towers that reach 99 meters (325 feet). But it's not just the church's architecture that makes it stand out, by law no other tower can be taller or obstruct the view of this symbolic Bavarian building.

Near the entrance of the catherdal is the famous "devil's footprint". According to legend, the devil stomped his foot at this spot when he thought the architect had forgotten to put any windows in the church, before realizing the illusion. Enjoy panoramic views from the south tower and the art of Erasmus Grasser, Jan Polack, and Hans Krumpper that decorate the interior of Frauenkirche.

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St. Peter's Church (Peterskirche)
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The oldest church in Munich, St. Peter's Church, or Peterskirche, is a Roman Catholic establishment built in the 12th century in the Bavarian Romanesque style. The interior of the church features the magnificent Mariahilf-Altar, Gothic paintings & sculptures, and a ceiling fresco. But even these beautiful works of art can't top the bizarre gem-studded skeleton of St. Mundita, who stares at visitors with false eyes and jewelled teeth.

From the spire of "Old Peter", as the church is known to the locals, are spectacular views of the oldest part of Munich. Remember to check the colored rings at the bottom, a white ring means the Alps are visible, making the hike to the top even more worthwhile. Although the spire was almost completely destroyed during World War II, it was fully restored with the traditional architecture.

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Nymphenburg Palace (Schloss Nymphenburg)
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Schloss Nymphenburg werd gebouwd als zomerverblijf voor de koningen van Beieren. Het is een groot bouwwerk, waar de artistieke invloeden van de diverse keizers die er woonden goed te zien zijn. Er zijn zowel rococo- als barokke elementen zichtbaar. De kamers zijn versierd met fantastische fresco’s en wandtapijten. De Schönheitengalerie bevat portretten van 38 lokale vrouwen die Ludwig I leuk vond. De hofstallen tonen oude rijtuigen in het Marstallmuseum, waaronder de kroningskoets van keizer Karel VII. Er is hier ook een legendarische porseleinfabriek waar handgemaakte producten worden gemaakt met de hoogste kwaliteit.

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Allianz Arena
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Home to the city’s two leading football teams, FC Bayern and TSV 1860, Munich’s Allianz Arena is one of Germany’s largest and most iconic sports stadiums. The award winning building, designed by Swiss architects Herzog and de Meuron, was created as a vision of the future and its unique appearance has been likened to a giant inflatable boat or a huge white car tire. Most spectacular is its extraordinary façade, crafted from illuminated air cushions that change color to reflect the team in residence and create a striking visual in the night sky.

The 66,000-seat stadium opened in 2005 and quickly earned itself acclaim within the international football community, hosting events like the 2006 World Cup Opening Ceremony, the 2006 FIFA World Cup semi-finals and the 2012 UEFA Champions League Final. As well as attending home games and international matches at the stadium, fans can also tour the arena, gaining access to the dressing rooms and Players’ tunnel.

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BMW Museum
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Housed in a futuristic mirrored building as fashion-forward as its cars, automobile pioneers BMW take the spotlight at Munich’s BMW Museum, located at the company headquarters near Olympic Park. Whether you’re an auto enthusiast or just looking to get your photo taken beside a slick sports car, you can’t fail to be impressed by the museum’s vast display of cars and motorcycles.

Everything from vintage Rolls-Royce Motors and classic MINIs to recent models like the BMW 850, are showcased in the adjourning BMW Welt – the bowl-like side building that houses the museum’s extensive car collection. Highlights include a 1928 Dixie car, the BMW 328 that won the historic Italian Mille Magalia race in 1940 and a rare 1974 BMW 3.0 CSL ‘Batmobile’.

In the museum itself, BMW devotees get an insight into the company’s evolution, with a series of interactive exhibitions detailing the history of the brand and chronicling their 90 years of automobile design and production.

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Schwabing

Schwabing

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Schwabing is een traditionele Boheemse wijk in München. Deze wijk is heel anders dan de rest van de stad, die verder nogal een blitse uitstraling heeft. Hier kwamen een heel aantal schrijvers en schilders uit de anti-beweging vandaan zoals Ludwig Ganghofer en Oskar Maria Graf. In de 19de eeuw kwamen hier families als Kandinsky en Lenin naar toe. Hoewel het tegenwoordig niet meer zo alternatief is, is de sfeer nog steeds aantrekkelijk. Dit eigenzinnige stukje München, vanaf de Engelse Tuin in het zuidelijke puntje tot de Allianz Arena in het noorden en over het terrein van de grootste universiteit van Duitsland, is nu een ontmoetingsplaats van kunststudenten en modebloggers. Het zit vol met winkels, hippe boetiekjes en tijdelijke restaurants waar de jongeren dol op zijn. Maar de kleurrijke gevels en historische straten zijn ook zeker de moeite waard.

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Bavaria Filmstadt (Bavarian Film Studio)

Bavaria Filmstadt (Bavarian Film Studio)

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Movie buffs and film fanatics will be in their element at Bavaria Filmstadt, a theme park set within one of Europe’s largest and most renowned film studios. Founded in 1919, the Bavarian film studio has provided the backdrop to films like The Never Ending Story and Asterix and Obelix vs. Cesar, and remains a working studio today.

With parts of the studio open to visitors, movie fans can go behind-the-scenes and discover the original sets and props from hit films and TV shows like Wolfgang Petersen's Das Boot, the highest grossing German film of all time, or beloved German soap opera Marienhof. Touring the studio offers fans the chance to unveil the secrets of movie making, learning about the film production process while wandering through the famous sets. Take a ride on the dragon Falkor from the Never Ending Story; explore the submarine from Das Boot; or check out the Viking Ship from the film ‘Vicky the Viking’.

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Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle

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Neuschwanstein Castle was commissioned as the private refuge for Ludwig II of Bavaria, but opened to the public immediately after his death in 1886. Now recognizable as the inspiration for Disney's Sleeping Beauty Castle, Neuschwanstein is one of the most popular castles in Europe. The fairytale charm of Neuschwanstein Castle is also felt from the idyllic scenery of the Bavarian Alps. During the winter, some of the best views of the snow-capped mountains can be seen from the palace grounds.

The picture cycles in the castle were inspired by the operas of Richard Wagner, to whom the king dedicated the castle, and the corresponding medieval legends from his works. The throne room is magnificently decorated with frescos of angels, ironically the king died before the actual throne was built. Despite the medieval motif of the decor, the castle was actually outfitted with latest technology of the time with running water and central heating.

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Linderhof Castle

Linderhof Castle

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Ludwig II had a habit of designing palaces after his idols. In the case of Linderhof Palace, the inspiration was the Sun-King Louis XIV and Versailles as he built up the "King's Cottage". Sun decor, hall of mirrors, and a smaller scale version of Versailles Ambassador's staircase are testament to the king's admirations. As far as royal palaces go, Linderhof Palace has a private atmosphere with only four rooms that actually served a purpose. The gardens surrounding Linderhof Palace are considered some of the most beautiful in the world, combining the formal elements of Baroque style and Italian Renaissance gardens with landscaped sections in the English style. There are also a few unique structures apart of the palace park including the Venus grotto, Hunding's Hut, Gurnemanz Hermitage, and the Moroccan House.
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Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site

Dachau Concentration

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Dachau Concentration Camp was the first of its kind opened in Germany by the Nazi government in 1933, and it served as a model for later concentration camps. Designed to hold Jews, political prisoners, and other "undesirables," the camp is now a memorial to the more than 40,000 people who died and over 200,000 who were imprisoned here during the Nazi regime. The memorial was established in 1965, 20 years after Dachau was liberated by American forces.

An English documentary of Dachau plays in the museum part of the memorial at 11:30 am, 2 pm, and 3:30 pm and the "Path of the Prisoners" exhibit sheds light on the lives of those in the concentration camp. Although a sobering excursion, many visitors find the trip extremely moving and informative about the Holocaust.

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Hofbrauhaus

Hofbrauhaus

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Germans' love of beer is unrivaled worldwide, and Munich is home to Bavaria's most celebrated beer hall: Hofbrauhaus. Formerly the royal brewery for the Kingdom, Hofbrauhaus is now owned by the state government and also has the second largest tent at Oktoberfest - "Hofbrau-Festzelt".

Grab a stein of their finest brew and drink with friends in the restaurant, die Schwemme (beer hall), or Biergarten (beer garden) often accompanied by live music . In case there was any doubt about how much Germans value their beer, regulars to Hofbrauhaus keep their valuable steins in a series of safes in the beer hall.

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Herrenchiemsee New Palace

Herrenchiemsee New Palace

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Herreninsel is the larger of two inhabited islands in Chiemsee, a Bavarian lake near the Austrian border. While it features a monastery which dates back to the 8th century, the site of the post-war conference which drafted West Germany’s constitution, the island’s main attraction is undoubtedly Herrenchiemsee. This was one of the three palaces built by the profligate 19th century Bavarian king, Ludwig II. But unlike Linderhof or the world-famous Neuschwanstein, Herrenchiemsee is not a pastiche of previous styles, rather it’s a copy of one particular building: the Palace of Versailles.

Ludwig’s palace is a salute to an era when monarchs were both the pinnacles of power and arbiters of style. But funds ran out before he could complete Herrenchiemsee, and only the central section was completed. As well as lavishly decorated rooms – boasting the world’s largest porcelain chandelier and a replica of the Hall of Mirrors – there are also eerie bare-walled loft-like spaces.

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