A city full of art and cultureMunich houses many galleries and museums, with exhibitions ranging from historic culture to modern art. The Residenzmuseum is the most popular amongst tourists and thus the number one attraction. Go treasure hunting in the what seems to be never-ending hallways of the museum and discover more and more about Germany’s history. Other main museums are the Münchner Stadtmuseum, full of exhibitions about the city, and the Bayerisches Nationalmuseum, a classical 19th century masterpiece.
Main attractions and sightsAlongside the museums, you’ll find many cultural and historical sights throughout the town. Schloss Nymphenburg being one of the most popular ones amongst them. This stunning palace, complemented by gorgeous lavish gardens, dates back to 1664 and is a must-see on your city break. The Alte Pinakothek and the Pinakothek der Moderne are also not to be missed on your trip. Finish it off with a visis to the Olympiapark.
The HolareidulijöOne of the city’s most unique landmarks is the second-hand shop called Holareidulijö. It’s the only second-hand shop to be found in Munich and its name is a phonetic yodel. Visit this shop, even if you don’t intend on buying anything.
Oktoberfest and the beer cultureMunich is also known for its endless love for beer. This is celebrated annually on the city’s most popular event; Oktoberfest. This event welcomes people from all over the world every year for a cold beer and a good time.
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