Munich

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Ludwigvorstadt-Isarvorstadt
5 reviews
One of the largest science and technology museums in the world - traces the development of science and technology to the present day. — Michelin Guide
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Nymphenburg
5 reviews
This castle was the summer residence of the Prince-electors and kings of Bavaria. — Michelin Guide
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City Center
5 reviews
This is where the heart of Munich beats hardest. — Michelin Guide
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Schwabing and Maxvorstadt
4 reviews
This is not only Munich's most important art museum but also one of the most significant collections in Europe. — Frommer's
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City Center
4 reviews
Built in the late Gothic style (15C), this church is particularly sober — Michelin Guide
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Schwabing and Maxvorstadt
4 reviews
Munich’s famous city park is one of the largest (922 acres) and most beautiful city parks in Europe — Frommer's
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City Center
4 reviews
An over-the-top must-see. — Concierge
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4 reviews
Known internationally... for its collection of the Blue Rider, a movement represented by the works of its founders, Kandinsky and Marc. — Michelin Guide
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City Center
4 reviews
The museum was created in 1855 by Maximilien II to preserve the artistic riches of Bavaria. — Michelin Guide
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City Center
4 reviews
On a clear day, head to St. Peter’s in the heart of Munich’s Old Town and get ready to climb. Visitors can ascend 306 stairs to a lookout that wraps around the church’s clocktower. — Afar Magazine
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3 reviews
This intriguing museum... deals with mobility and technology, travel and urban transport. — Frommer's
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Schwabing and Maxvorstadt
6 reviews
In 2002, one of the world's largest museums devoted to the visual arts of the 19th and 20th centuries opened in Munich, just minutes from the Alte and Neue Pinakothek. — Frommer's
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City Center
3 reviews
Named for a group of Roman Catholic clergy (the Theatines), this church, dedicated to Saint Kajetan, is Munich's finest example of Italian baroque. — Frommer's
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City Center
3 reviews
The Munchner Stadtmuseum houses major collections relating to the history of Munich. — Michelin Guide
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City Center
3 reviews
Perhaps Munich's most ostentatious church, it has a suitably extraordinary entrance, framed by raw rock foundations. — Fodor's
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Au-Haidhausen
3 reviews
This splendid house was designed by painter Franz von Stuck (1863-1928) for himself and mingles Art Nouveau style with elements of the late neoclassical. — Frommer's
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Schwabing and Maxvorstadt
3 reviews
A thousand years of Greek and Roman sculpture are gathered in this classical-style building by Klenze. — Michelin Guide
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Schwabing and Maxvorstadt
2 reviews
This museum offers a survey of 18th- and 19th-century art, including paintings by Gainsborough, Goya, David, Manet, Van Gogh, and Monet. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
This magnificent building was the official residence of the Wittelsbach family, the rulers of Bavaria, from 1385 to 1918. — Frommer's
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City Center
4 reviews
Housed in the former Augustine church, the museum has a lovely collection of old and new weapons and works of art (paintings and drawings) representing hunting scenes — Michelin Guide
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