One of Munich's best-known landmarks, the neo-gothic Neues Rathaus (New Town Hall) was built during the period of ... More
New Town Hall
One of Munich's best-known landmarks, the neo-gothic Neues Rathaus (New Town Hall) was built during the period of architectural revival in Germany from 1867-1909. Although it is now an unmistakable part of the cityscape, its architectural style causes controversy even today. The carillon is built into the tower and performs at 11a and 5p every day, with 32 figures portraying a knightly joust and dance. There are additional performances between May and October. The viewing point on the ninth floor can be reached by lift.
i love the whole atmosphere..there isnt a thing i didnt like about it..something we here in the states have to pay an arm and a leg to see if we had half the things they had and yet as long as their is a breath in you ..you can see it for free there..
The Platzl Hotel is situated in the historic Old Town of Munich between the picturesque Marienplatz, the legendary Hofbruhaus, the
Viktualienmarkt and the Bavarian State Opera. It is the ideal location for both business and leisure travellers. All major ...
One of the oldest English style landscape gardens and one of the largest municipal parks in Europe, the Englischer Garten
(English Garden) is Munich's crowning glory. Although perhaps best known for its nudists, the park is popular with all ...
With a longer façade than the Palace of Versailles, Schloss Nymphenburg was the impressive summer residence of the Wittelsbachs. The
Stone Hall is particularly impressive and the famous 'Schönheitengalerie' (Gallery of the Beauties) containing the portraits of 36 local ...