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Slighty Sophisticated

Destination(s): Munich

A trip that highlights the area of Munich. It's a busy trip, but if you hurry you'll be able to see a many parts of the diverse city! See the sights and eat right! read more about Slighty Sophisticated

Blutenburg

Blutenburg

  • Schloß Blutenburg 1
  • Obermenzing
  • tel:+49 89 891 2110
  • Visit website
  • München, 81247
Fußgängerzone

Fußgängerzone

  • Zwischen Marienplatz und Karlsplatz
  • tel:+49 89 2 3300(Tourist Information) /+49 89 2339 6500(Tourist Informatio
  • München, 80331
Blue Spa

Blue Spa

  • Promenadeplatz 2-6
  • Hotel Bayerischer Hof
  • tel:+49 (0)89 2 1200 (Hotel)
  • Visit website
  • München, 80333
Outland

Outland

  • Weißenburger Platz 3
  • Haidhausen
  • tel:49 89 211 1140
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 81667
Brik

Brik

  • Schellingstr. 24
  • tel:49 89 2899 6630
  • Munich, 80799
Hotel Admiral

Hotel Admiral

Alter Peter (St. Peter)

Alter Peter (St. Peter)

  • Rindermarkt 1
  • Innenstadt
  • tel:+49 89 260 4828
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80331
Ododo

Ododo

  • Buttermelcherstraße 6
  • Gärtnerplatzviertel
  • tel:49 89 260 7741
  • Munich, 80469
Neues Schloss Schleißheim

Neues Schloss Schleißheim

  • Schloss Schleißheim
  • Oberschleißheim
  • tel:+49 89 315 8720
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 85764
Olympic park

Olympic park

  • Spiridon-Lois-Ring 21
  • Olympiastadt
  • tel:+49 89 3067 2414
  • Visit website
  • München, 80809
Residenz

Residenz

  • Max-Joseph-Platz 3
  • tel:+49 89 29 0671
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80539
Löwengarten

Löwengarten

  • Volkartstraße 32
  • Neuhausen
  • tel:49 89 16 1373
  • Munich, 80634
Shiva

Shiva

  • Augustenstraße 96
  • Maxvorstadt
  • tel:49 89 523 2888
  • Munich, 80333
Twisted Bavarian

Twisted Bavarian

  • Tengstrasse 20
  • Schwabing
  • tel:49 089 271 1445
  • Munich
Neues Rathaus

Neues Rathaus

  • Marienplatz 8
  • Innenstadt
  • tel:+49 892 3300
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80331

Probably Munich's most photographed building, the Neues Rathaus (New Town Hall) was built between 1867 and 1908.  The most famous part of the town hall is the Glockenspiel which does its thing twice a day (11am and noon) every day of the year, with an additional performance at 5pm from May through October.  You can also visit the top of the tower by taking an elevator up to the ninth floor.
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Justizpalast

Justizpalast

Hofbräukeller

Hofbräukeller

  • Innere Wiener Strasse 19
  • tel:49 8945 99250
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 81667

The Hofbräukeller is one of the local's favorite beer gardens and beer halls.  It is actually larger than the Hofbräuhaus, but is a completely different atmosphere.  Located in Haidhausen, just across the river from the old town, it's in a nice residential area where you may never run into another native English speaker.  Don't worry though, they have English menus and a very friendly staff. 
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Nymphenburger Hof

Nymphenburger Hof

  • Nymphenburger Straße 24
  • Neuhausen
  • tel:49 89 123 3830
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80335
Isartor

Isartor

The first and last of Munich's city gates for Munich's second set of city walls, the Isartor, was built in 1337.  Kaiser Ludwig IV the Bavarian had second city wall built to protect the expanding city and the wall remained until the late 1700's.  All of the other city gates were eventually torn down or dramatically modified, but the Isartor remains quite close to its original look.  It was restored between 1833 and 1835 by Friedrich von Gärtner. The murals were painted in 1835 and depict the victorious return of Ludwig IV the Bavarian to Munich after the battle of Ampfing in 1322.  The Isartor is today used as part of the Valentin Museum as well as a cafe. 
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Man Fat

Man Fat

  • Barerstraße 53
  • Maxvorstadt
  • tel:49 89 272 0962
  • Munich, 80799
Altes Schloss Schleißheim

Altes Schloss Schleißheim

  • Maximilianshof 1
  • Oberschleißheim
  • tel:+49 89 315 5272
  • Visit website
  • Oberschleißheim, 85764
Zoozie'z

Zoozie'z

  • Wittelsbacher Straße 15
  • Isarvorstadt
  • tel:49 89 201 0059
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80469
Zeevat's bed and breakfast

Zeevat's bed and breakfast

Bobolovsky's

Bobolovsky's

  • Ursulastraße 10
  • Schwabing
  • tel:49 89 3408 9965
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80802
BMW Museum

BMW Museum

  • Petuelring 130
  • Milbertshofen
  • tel:+49 89 3822 3307
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80807
Floßfahrt auf der Isar

Floßfahrt auf der Isar

  • Weidach
  • tel:+49 89 2339 6500 (Tourist Information)
  • Visit website
  • München, 80331
Englischer Garten

Englischer Garten

  • Englischer Garten
  • Lehel und Schwabing
  • tel:+49 89 3866 6390
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80538
Schloss Nymphenburg

Schloss Nymphenburg

  • Schlossrondell
  • Nymphenburg
  • tel:+49 89 17 9080
  • Visit website
  • München, 80638
Karlsplatz (Stachus)

Karlsplatz (Stachus)

Ludwigstraße

Ludwigstraße

  • Ludwigstr.
  • Munich, 80539
Frauenkirche

Frauenkirche

Al Pino

Al Pino

  • Frans-Hals-Straße 3
  • tel:49 89 79 9885
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 81479
Sendlinger Tor

Sendlinger Tor

Löwenturm

Löwenturm

  • Am Rindermarkt 7
  • Innenstadt
  • tel:+1 89 2339 6500 (Tourist Information)
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80331
Viktualienmarkt

Viktualienmarkt

  • Viktualienmarkt 6
  • Marienplatz
  • tel:+49 89 29 7545
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80331
Siegestor

Siegestor

News Bar

News Bar

  • Amalienstraße 55
  • Maxvorstadt
  • tel:49 89 28 1787
  • Munich, 80333
Karlstor

Karlstor

  • Karlsplatz (Stachus)
  • Innenstadt
  • tel:+49 89 2339 6500 (Touristen Information)
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80335

The original Neuhauser Tor served as Munich's western city gate until Elector Karl Theodor had the city walls demolished in 1791 to open the city up for easier commerce.  The original gate was demolished as well, but a commemorative gate was built and named Karlstor after Elector Karl Theodor.  The entire platz was redesigned by the archetect Gabriel von Siedl between 1899 and 1902.  Most visitors to Munich enter the old town through this gate as  the main train station is to the west of the old town.
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Prinzregentenstraße

Prinzregentenstraße

  • Prinzregentenstraße
  • (Lehel/Haidhausen)
  • München, 80538
P1

P1

  • Prinzregentenstraße 1
  • Haus der Kunst
  • tel:49 89 294252
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80538
Marienplatz

Marienplatz

Marienplatz has been the central sqaure of Munich since its founding by Henry the Lion in 1158.  It was originally named Schrannenplatz and once held the salt and grain market, but it is now used by the city for various concerts and events, but mainly by tourists trying to get photos of the old and new town halls.  After the market was moved around the corner starting in 1807, the square was renamed Marienplatz.  The statue of Mary has stood in the center of Marienplatz since 1638 and is the reason of the new name of the square.
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