One of the world's most livable cities, green and gregarious Munich is a city of culture as well as capital. Beer making and car building remain part of the city’s identity, just like the opera and the opulent baroque palaces of past kings. However, contemporary Munich is wrapped up in writing the rest. This is today’s Munich, after all, and it’s anything and everything it wants to be.
This splendid, gothic-inspired is the largest public square and beating heart of the city life since the 12th century.
An incredible venue for appreciating the city’s rich opera and ballet heritage that dates back 350 years.
Contains several popular beer gardens, a handful of eclectic monuments and a boating lake.