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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.

To Do & To See

Plenty of things to do and see

BMW Welt bei Nacht rot beleuchtet

BMW Welt

Since it opened in 2007, BMW Welt has become one of Bavaria’s most popular tourist attractions. Over two million visitors flock here every year to experience the wide range of exhibitions, events, the children’s Junior Program and the guided tours.Further information is available at www.bmw-welt.com

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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.

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Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest

Commencing in the second half of September and for 16 days on, Munich’s Theresienwiese transforms into something that might seem like the world’s largest fun fair! The Oktoberfest, or "Wiesn" as the locals call it, is a beer festival above all, but also with lots of sale stands and other events and exciting happenings. In 2010, the Oktoberfest celebrated its 200th anniversary. Starts second last Saturday of September and ends on the first Sunday of October. Don’t miss the Bavaria and the Hall of Fame on the hill above the Theresienwiese. It was built between 1843 and 1853 and was commissioned by Ludwig I of Bavaria to honour prominent Bavarians to whom the country, science and the arts are indebted.For further information please visit www.oktoberfest.de.

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Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany

Neuschwanstein Castle & Linderhof Palace Day Tour from Munich

Witness the Neuschwanstein fairy tale castle that inspired Disney's Sleeping Beauty Castle, as well as the Linderhof Palace on a magical day trip from Munich. Built by Germany's "mad" King Ludwig II on a rugged hill against a backdrop of Bavaria's lush and picturesque mountain scenery, the Schloss Neuschwanstein is a stunning piece of architecture, which one could literally spend hours staring at it. Also, see the Linderhof Palace, Ludwig's rococo-style hunting lodge and last home, and the postcard-pretty Oberammergau, famous for its "Passion Play".

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Pretzels & Beer - Munich, Germany

Bavarian Beer & Food Evening Tour

Home of Oktoberfest and a collection of famous beer halls and beer gardens, Bavaria's beautiful capital invites visitors from around the world with its promise of fun and camaraderie. Partner with a savvy local guide for an insider look at this tradition of imbibing. You'll visit local haunts and enjoy Bavarian nibbles in the company of fellow beer aficionados. Discover Bavarian beer halls, beer culture, and bar snacks. Visit a traditional beer garden and the world-famous Hofbräuhaus Beer and Oktoberfest Museum.

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Frauenkirche

Frauenkirche

With its twin onion-domed towers, visible from afar, the Gothic cathedral and parish church is a distinctive landmark of the Bavarian capital. From the top of the south tower, the view of the city with the Alpine background is breathtaking.

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