Theresienwiese, conveniently near the city center, is home to some of Munich's most well known events like the Munich ... More
Theresienwiese, conveniently near the city center, is home to some of Munich's most well known events like the Munich Oktoberfest. In 1810, Crown Prince Ludwig I married Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen at the location. The spacious outdoor area is a perfect site for a variety of large-scale events.
Calling all history enthusiasts to witness a faithful reconstruction of Bavarian life from the Stone Age to the mysterious Middle
Ages, this state archaeological collection is home to archaeological finds, ceramics and heaps of wonderful illustrations that lend this ...
Built for the 1972 Olympic Games, the Olympic complex is now used for a variety of leisure activities ranging from
sports events to concerts. The 287 meter (942 foot) high Olympic Tower boasts a stunning view of the city. ...
With more than 4,000 paintings on display, the Neue Pinakothek (New Picture Gallery) is regarded as one of Europe's most
important museums of art from the 19th Century. Erected in 1853, the original building was destroyed during the Second ...