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  • 1 Hofbräuhaus

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Platzl 9 D - 80331 München

    Famous across the world, this brewery dates back to 1589. The current building dates back to the 19C and it is the temple of beer. There is much to admire - the waitresses with their 1 litre Maßkrugs of beer, the clients in traditional costume and th..

  • 2 St Peter's Church, Munich

    Religious buildings

    Rindermarkt 1 D - 80331 München

    This Gothic basilica (13C) was given a Baroque facelift in the 17 and 18C. A statue of St Peter (1492) stands on the main altar. Underneath stand the statues of the four fathers of the Church (1732). The belltower (1386) is called «Old Peter». Climb ..

  • 3 Church of the Holy Spirit, Munich

    Religious buildings

    Burgstr. D - 80331 München

    This Gothic church was transformed into a Baroque style from 1723 to 1730. It was given a neo-Baroque façade in 1888. See the painting on the altar by U Loth (1664) and the Virgin Mary that is attributed to Hammerthal (15C).

  • 4 Weinstadel

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Burgstr. 5 D - 80331 München

    This is the oldest house in Munich (1552) and used to be the city clerks' office. Note the façade that is decorated with a trompe l'oeil and the lovely portal.

  • 5 Old Castle, Munich

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Hofgraben D - 80539 München

    This quadrilateral building was the residence of the Wittelsbachs from 1253 to 1474. Note the elegant half-timbered corbelled tower (late 15C) on the south wing. A charming interior courtyard with fountain completes the picture.

  • 6 National Theatre of Bavaria

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Max-Joseph Platz 2 D - 80539 München

    The first national theatre, built here between 1811 and 1818, was one of the greatest international stages, on a par with the operas of Vienna or La Scala in Milan.

  • 7 Bishop's Palace, Munich

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Kardinal-Faulhaber-Str. 7 D - 80333 München

    This elegant palace (1733-1737) is a masterpiece of Cuvilliés rococo architecture. Today, it houses the archiepiscopal palace

  • 8 Palais Portia

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Kardinal-Faulhaber-Str. 12 D - 80333 München

    In 1735, this building by Zuccalli (1694) was transformed by Cuvilliés in the rococo style. The palace was intended for the future Countess Portia (hence its name), a mistress of the Prince-elector Charles-Albert. Note the charming façade in grey and..

  • 9 Carriage Museum and Porcelain Collection

    Museums and art

    Nördlich Auffahrtsallee D - 80638 München

    The Carriage Museum is housed in the old stables of Nymphenbourg Castle and gives the visitor an idea of the means of transport used by the Wittelsbachs in the 18 -19C. Don't miss the extremely luxurious carriage used for the coronation of Emperor Ch..

  • 10 Propylaea

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Königplatz D - 80333 München

    This immense classical style gate by Klenze was inspired by the Propylaea on the Acropolis. The frieze represents the struggle for liberation against the Turks. The sculptures on the pediment show Otton I of Wittelsbach, king of Greece from 1832 to 1..

  • 11 Museum Villa Stuck

    Museums and art

    Prinzregentenstr. 60 D - 81675 München

    Franz Stuck (1863-1928) was one of the founders of the Munich Secession. He was also a teacher at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich and designed then built this Art Nouveau villa. The inside is richly decorated with bas-reliefs, caissons and furnitu..

  • 12 La Bavaria, Cinema City

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Bavariafilmplatz 7 D - 81545 München

    The first film shot in the cinema city was in 1919. Since then, the studios have seen a number of great successes in the world of cinema, not least Cabaret and The Neverending Story. As well as a presentation of special effects, you can watch the Act..

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