Munich Sights

Munich is a wealthy city—and it shows. At times this affluence may come across as conservatism. But what makes Munich so unique is that it's a new city superimposed on the old. The hip neighborhoods that make up the City Center (Innenstadt) are replete with traditional locales, and flashy materialism thrives together with a love of the outdoors.

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Altstadt 23

Schwabing and Maxvorstadt 12

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Maxvorstadt 9

Schwabing 3

Outside Innenstadt 10

Landshut 6

Lehel 5

Starnberger See 5

Dachau 5

Ludwigvorstadt 3

Ammersee 2

Isarvorstadt 1

Au and Haidhausen 1

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Carousel 2

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Clock 1

Fairground 1

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Garden/ Arboretum 3

Government Building 3

Historic District/ Site 9

House/ Mansion/ Villa 2

Industrial Site/ Mill/ Factory 1

Information Center 1

Island 1

Local Interest–Sight 1

Market/ Bazaar 2

Memorial/ Monument/ Tomb 8

Museum/ Gallery 30

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Park (National/ State/ Provincial) 1

Park/ Playground 4

Plaza/ Square/ Piazza 6

Promenade/ Boardwalk 1

Public Art (Mural/ Sculpture/ Statue) 1

Religious Building/ Site/ Shrine 13

Restaurant–Sight 2

Sports Venue 1

Store/ Shop/ Mall 2

Tour–Sight 7

Town/ Village 3

Transportation Site (Airport, Bus, Ferry, Train) 2

Viewpoint/ Scenic Overlook 3

Winery/ Brewery/ Distillery 2

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Family 41

Historical 35

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Alte Pinakothek

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With numerous old-master paintings from the Netherlands, Italy, France, and Germany, the long redbrick Alte Pinakothek holds one of the...

DenkStätte Weisse Rose

  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

Siblings Hans and Sophie Scholl, fellow students Alexander Schmorell and Christian Probst, and Kurt Huber, professor of philosophy, were...

Elisabethmarkt

  • Market/Bazaar

Founded in 1903, Schwabing's permanent outdoor market is smaller than the more famous Viktualienmarkt, but hardly less colorful. It has...

Königsplatz

  • Museum/Gallery

Bavaria's greatest monarch, Ludwig I, was responsible for Munich in the 19th century becoming known as Athens on the Isar, and the impressive...

Ludwigskirche

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Planted halfway along the stark, neoclassical Ludwigstrasse is this superb twin-towered Byzantine- and Italian-influenced church, built...

Museum Brandhorst

  • Museum/Gallery

This multicolor abstract box is filled with videos, paintings, sculptures, and installations by artists such as Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst,...

Neue Pinakothek

  • Museum/Gallery

Another museum packed with masters, the fabulous Neue Pinakothek reopened in 1981 to house the royal collection of modern art left homeless...

Pinakothek der Moderne

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Opened to much fanfare in 2002, this fascinating, light-filled building is home to four outstanding museums under one cupola-topped roof:...

Siegestor

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Built to bookend the Feldherrnhalle and mark the end of Ludwigstrasse, Siegestor nowadays also marks the beginning of Leopoldstrasse.

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