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Where to go Münich
 
Where to go in Münich, where to go in Germany and visit the best places Münich
 

Where to go in Münich, Germany and visit the best places in Münich. Get inspired by attractive ideas, find tips here.

 
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Tip 1: Deutsches Museum: with the world's largest science and technology collection. Everything ever invented you can find in this museum with interactive displays like glass blowing, paper making and many more.
 
Tip 2: Frauenkirche: a large tower which reach a lofty 99m. From April to October, you can enjoy panoramic city views from the south tower.
 
Tip 3: Marienplatz: built in 1638 to celebrate victory over Swedish forces during the Thirty Years' War; it's topped by a golden statue of the Virgin Mary balancing on a crescent moon. The carillon has 43 bells and 32 figures that perform two actual historic events.
 
Tip 4: Maximilianstrasse: one of the Grande boulevards with pricey shops. A 1km long ribbon of style. Woman shopping for Escada and Prada and man in suits drink champagne in cafes.
 
Tip 5: Hofgarden: a place for everyone, office workers, moms, seniors on bikes everyone comes to the hofgarden. These formal court gardens with fountains, flower beds and benches invite you to sit and enjoy everything going by.
 
Tip 6: Bavaria Filmstadt: a movie theme park build around Bavaria Film, Germany's oldest studios. Das Boot was filmed here and Marienhof the soap. Films and series are still produced here and if you are lucky you might see a star.
 
Tip 7: Olympic Park: build for the 1972 Olympic Games, with the 290m high Olympia Tower and 75000-sq-m transparent tented roof covering the Olympic Stadium. With a nice history, in the 19th century it was a practice field for royal riders, in 1909 the first Zeppelin landed there.
 
Tip 8: Bavarian State Opera: with work from Mozart, Strauss and Wagner but also pieces by Monteverdi and others from the baroque period.
 
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