Munich Tourist Attractions

Munich is the capital of Bavaria and the third largest city in Germany. The city is located on the River Isar on the fringes of the Bavarian Alps. The climate consists of high percipitation with unexpected rainstorms and extreme temperatures from day to night or summer to winter.

The inner city of Munich is a large open square with the Old and New Town Hall. The Peterskirche is the oldest inner city church, built during the Romanesque period. The Cathedral of our Lady is the most famous building in Munich and Michealskirche is the largest Renaissance church north of the Alps.

There are 4 main avenues from the 19th century that lead from the city of Munich to the suburbs. Munich is also noted for the numerous parks including Englischer Garten, the world's largest urban public park.

Central Area

Central AreaCentral Area

Max Joseph Square

Max Joseph SquareMax Joseph Square

Northeast

City Gate (Propylaen)City Gate (Propylaen)

South

Bavarian State ParliamentBavarian State Parliament

Nymphenburg Palace

Nymphenburg PalaceNymphenburg Palace

Schwabing

SchwabingSchwabing

Western Districts

Western DistrictsWestern Districts

Other Sights

OlympiaparkOlympiapark

Events

Octoberfest Octoberfest

Surroundings

Schleissheim PalaceSchleissheim Palace
Munich Map - Tourist Attractions Munich Map - Attractions

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