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Munich itinerary review

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Hi,

I'll be in Munich this Saturday through next Thursday early am. I have a jam-packed itinerary and would love some review. Per other comments, I'm going to skip the Residenz. I need most help with my Sunday, as it's a lot to do in one day. Also, is there some sort of "Munich Card" that I should buy? I'm planning on walking most places, aside from Nympenburg.

Saturday:

S8 from airport to Munich Central Station then walk to Aloft. Likely arriving around 3 pm or so

Bus 17 (Amalienburstraube) to Schloss Nyphenburg then walk

Nymphenburg palace and some of the other palaces until 6, then walk around the park - Thoughts on how to prioritize my time here? I figure I can do as many palaces as possible until 6 and then the gardens afterward. Do I just buy tickets on the day?

Geisel vinotek at 8:15 pm

SUNDAY: Will this be complicated visiting Churches on a Sunday?

English Garden - I guess early? When does it open?

St Ludwig Church and Siegestor (Victory Gate)

Villa Stuck:

Walk by residenz and national theatres

Schmann lunch and bar?

a few churches and other things: Frauenkirke; Michaelkirke and New Town Hall and Marenplatz square.

Asamurke and Sendler Tor; Theatrekirke ?

Dinner: Hofbrauhaus? Somewhere else around there? Just planning to walk in - no reservation.

China Moon for a drink afterward

Can any churches be cut? I know I'm missing a lot of the big museums (history, BWM, etc, but I think I like this plan better)

MONDAY:
Leave 8:30 am but should arrive at 8 am. Taking Gray Line full day tour to Linderhof and Neuschwenstein.

Weinhaus Nuener 8 pm

TUESDAY:

Karolinenplatz square

Propylaen square

Antiques museum - open at 10 am

Glytothek

quick lunch? Recommendations?

Stadtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus - must do

Egyptian Museum = open until 8 pm

Have dinner reservations at Steinheil 16 at 8:15, but I'll be having a lot of heavy food and might consider somewhere else really close. Thoughts about Cafe Vorhoelzer forum or somewhere else?

Cafe Luitpold for dessert

WEDNESDAY:

Alte Pinakothek - 10 am

Pinakothek der moderne

Neue Pinatek - open until 8 pm. How much time do I need here? I love impressionism so this will be an important museum for me.

Dinner Sophia's 8:30 pm

I know it's a ton of museums those two days, but they are all close and I am maximizing my late nights. Is there some sort of "museum pass" or something I should consider? Or does ticket to one place get me in another?

Thanks, all!

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