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In Munich, there is so much more than just the Oktoberfest or Lederhosen. The beautiful Bavarian capital has much more to offer. A mixture of exclusive shopping, art, culture, indulgence, and tradition makes this city unmistakable. Moreover, Germany’s most cheerful residents live here.

Best things to do in munich

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ESO Supernova Planetarium

Right next to the headquarters of the European Southern Observatory (ESO) in Garching, the ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre opened in May 2018. It is supposed to be a interactive learning centre for all age groups. The highlight is the ultra-modern planetarium with its 360-degree dome. A total of ten different guided tours are offered in German and English, on which visitors can find out more about science and the nature of the universeFor further information please visit:https://supernova.eso.org/visit/restrictions/

SIGHTseeing The original since 1890

City tours in Munich - Day excursions in Bavaria and into Austria: A variety of tours are offered by Gray Line Sightseeing. Accompanied by professional and experienced guides, Gray Line takes you to the sights you most want to see.Excursions are operated daily to the dream castles of the fairy tale king Ludwig II. Tours go to the royal castle of Neuschwanstein, majestically situated in the beautiful Bavarian Alps, the palace of Linderhof. Along the world-famous Romantic Road Gray Line takes you to Rothenburg, one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Southern Germany. Gray Line Sightseeing also takes you to Berchtesgaden where the Eagle`s Nest can be viewed. The Austrian town of Salzburg is also an attractive destinations. Enjoy the Mozart city of Salzburg and a boat ride on Lake Wolfgang surrounded by beautiful Alpine scenery.Gray Line Sightseeing is also the local expert for Hop On Hop Off city tours and numerous special tours such as “Munich under the 3rd Reich and the German Resistance”.You can find more information at www.stadtrundfahrten-muenchen.de

Schloss Nymphenburg

The impressive Baroque palace to the west of Munich was built as summer residence for the Bavarian Electors. The main building now houses a museum. In its large park there is a number of smaller buildings and pavilions and an exotic greenhouse with a café. Ludwig II, the “Fairytale” King was born in the Nymphenburg Castle his most famous castle, Neuschwanstein, is nestled in the dramatic foothills of the Alps and makes for an excellent daytrip.Further information can be found at www.schloss-nymphenburg.de.

Altes Rathaus

The Old Town Hall, an elegant example of Bavarian Gothic, is a focal point closing of the eastern side of the Marienplatz. The tower houses the Toy Museum.You can find more information at www.muenchen.de.