Neuschwanstein CastleNeuschwanstein Castle is a fairytale palace surrounded by stunning scenery.
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Munich AirportOpened in 1992, Munich International Airport (MUC) is Germany's second busiest airport and has been rated as one of the best in the world.
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KarslplatzKnown locally as Stachus, Karlsplatz is a square located in the heart of Munich built in the 18th century after the Medieval city wall was demolished.
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HofbräuhausWith a history dating back to 1589, the Hofbräuhaus Brewery has become Munich's most popular beer hall and one of the most famous in the world.
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MarienplatzMarienplatz has been the geographical and cultural heart of Munich since 1158 and is home to important buildings like the Old and New Town Halls.
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OdeonsplatzA large square located in the north of Munich's Altstadt, Odeonsplatz is the site of several of the city's most emblematic monuments.
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BMW WeltAn exhibition centre, museum and event venue dedicated to all things BMW, the BMW Welt is Bavaria's most visited tourist attraction.
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ViktualienmarktFresh fruit and vegetables, artisan cheeses, colourful flowers and much much more fill the lively Viktualienmarkt, a historic market in Munich.
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BMW FactoryThe BMW Group Plant in Munich gives visitors an interactive experience of the design and production process of the brand's vehicles.
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ResidenzThe official residence of the Bavarian royals between 1508 and 1918, the Munich Residenz is the biggest city palace in Germany.
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Nymphenburg PalaceBuilt as a summer residence for the Wittelsbach family, Schloss Nymphenburg is an elegant Baroque palace surrounded by beautiful gardens.
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New Town HallBuilt between 1867 and 1908 in striking Neo-Gothic style, Munich's New Town Hall, or Neues Rathaus, is one of the city's most emblematic buildings.
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Old Town HallLooking more like a fairytale castle than a town hall, Munich's Altes Rathaus has been at the heart of the Bavarian capital for over 700 years.
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OlympiaturmMunich's Olympiaturm is a TV Tower that has become one of the most emblematic buildings in the city's Olympic Park.
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Deutsches MuseumMunich's Deutsches Museum is the biggest museum of science and technology in the world, with an enormous collection of objects across 50 different fields.
Deutsches Museum - Introducing Munich]]>
BMW MuseumMunich's BMW Museum showcases the evolution of the brand throughout its history.
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Alte PinakothekWith an impressive collection of Old Master paintings and other 14th to 18th century art, the Alte Pinakothek is one of Munich's most important musuems.
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Neue PinakothekMunich's Neue Pinakothek is considered to be one of the world's greatest collections of 19th century European art and houses numerous famous masterpieces.
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Pinakothek der ModerneMunich's contemporary art museum, the Pinakothek der Moderne, is home to an extensive collection of modern art, works on paper, architecture and design.
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Stadtmuseum Housed across several Gothic buildings, Munich's Stadtmuseum showcases the city's history and culture from the Middle Ages to today.
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Bavarian National MuseumFounded in 1855 by Maximilian II, the Bavarian National Museum has become one of the most important decorative arts museums in Europe.
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Glyptothek Housed in an elegant Neo-Classical building, Munich Glyptothek was commissioned by King Ludwig I for his collection of Ancient Greek and Roman sculptures.
Glyptothek - Introducing Munich]]>
Brandhorst MuseumOpened in 2009, the Brandhorst Museum in Munich is home to more than 1200 pieces of modern art in a striking building covered in colourful ceramic tiles.
Brandhorst Museum - Introducing Munich]]>
Jewish MuseumLocated in a modern building in Sankt-Jakobs-Platz, the Jewish Museum showcases the history, culture and art of Jewish community in Munich.
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St Peter's Church Dating back to the 12th century, St Peter's Church, or Peterkirche, is Munich's oldest Catholic church and one of the most important symbols of the city.
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Asam ChurchAn exquisite example of German Baroque style, St Johann Nepomuk Church is better known as the Asamkirche after the brothers who built in the 17th century.
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FrauenkircheBuilt on the remains of a Romanesque church between 1468 and 1525, Munich Cathedral - locally known as Frauenkirche - is the biggest church in the city.
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St Michael's ChurchBuilt in the 16th century, St Michael's Church in Munich is a magnificent Jesuit temple known for being the largest Renaissance church north of the Alps.
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TheatinerkircheBuilt in the 17th century, the Theatinerkirche boasts a striking yellow Rococo façade which has become a popular symbol of Munich.
Theatinerkirche - Introducing Munich]]>
Englischer GartenSpread over more than 21 acres, Munich's Englischer Garten is one of the largest urban parks in the world.
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Olympiapark Built for the 1972 Summer Olympic Games, the Olympia Park is a large complex that often hosts cultural, social and sporting events.
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HofgartenBuilt in the early 17th century in Italian Renaissance style, the Hofgarten, or Court Gardens, remain a popular place to escape from city life.
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Sea LifeThe Munich Sea Life is one of the most visited and popular aquariums in Germany.
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DachauOpened in 1933, Dachau was the first Nazi concentration camp, and together with Auschwitz, it is also one of the most infamous.
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SalzburgSalzburg is a charming Austrian city full of history, culture and nature.
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