Marienplatz has been at the thick of things ever since the city was founded by Henry the Lion in 1158. It was once a salt and ... More
Marienplatz has been at the thick of things ever since the city was founded by Henry the Lion in 1158. It was once a salt and grain market, but is now a magnet for tourists who flock here to marvel at the Gothic facade of the New Town Hall. The bells in the New Town Hall tower peal at 11a (as well as noon and 5p in the summer) accompanied by a glockenspiel depicting a medieval dance and the wedding of Duke William V and Renata von Lothringen. The Mariensäule stands in the middle of the square.
Curling brings a lot of fun to the Olympia Eisstadium, especially when you think that olympic stars sweated here just
like you are! The Olympia Eisstadium offers special prices for students.
Ludwig I's love of ancient Greece was almost infinite: in 1816, the king ordered his architect Leo von Klenze to
build a temple to house his most beautiful antiques. This was to be the first museum in the country ...
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 ...
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