Ten must-visit places in Munich
Munich's Deutsches Museum is the biggest museum of science and technology in the world, with an enormous collection of objects across 50 different fields.
Neuschwanstein Castle is a fairytale palace surrounded by stunning scenery. Discover its history and how to get there from Munich.
With 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.
Marienplatz has been the geographical and cultural heart of Munich since 1158 and is home to important buildings like the Old and New Town Halls.
Opened in 1933, Dachau was the first Nazi concentration camp, and together with Auschwitz, it is also one of the most infamous.
A large square located in the north of Munich's Altstadt, Odeonsplatz is the site of several of the city's most emblematic monuments.
An exhibition centre, museum and event venue dedicated to all things BMW, the BMW Welt is Bavaria's most visited tourist attraction.
Fresh fruit and vegetables, artisan cheeses, colourful flowers and much much more fill the lively Viktualienmarkt, a historic market in Munich.
Spread over more than 21 acres, Munich's Englischer Garten is one of the largest urban parks in the world.
The official residence of the Bavarian royals between 1508 and 1918, the Munich Residenz is the biggest city palace in Germany.