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Romantic Munich

Destination(s): Munich

Munich's baroque and rococo architecture, rich history, and great range of international restaurants combine to make this a place for an amazing romantic vacation. Alternating between exploring the cozy city center and taking a few day trips to see the incredible palaces around greater Munich to make the most of your trip. read more about Romantic Munich

Frauenkirche

Frauenkirche

Viktualienmarkt

Viktualienmarkt

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

Altes Schloss Schleißheim

  • Maximilianshof 1
  • Oberschleißheim
  • tel:+49 89 315 5272
  • Visit website
  • Oberschleißheim, 85764
Königsplatz

Königsplatz

  • Luisenstraße
  • tel:+49 89 2339 6500
  • Visit website
  • München, 80333
Degustini

Degustini

  • Kapuzinerstraße 25
  • tel:49 (0)89 5994 3866
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80337
Karlsplatz (Stachus)

Karlsplatz (Stachus)

El Perro y el Griego

El Perro y el Griego

  • Belfortstraße 14
  • Haidhausen
  • tel:49 89 48 2553
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 81667
Il Grappolo

Il Grappolo

  • Adalbertstraße 28
  • Schwabing
  • tel:+49 89 39 6241
  • Munich, 80799
Shoya

Shoya

  • Gabelsbergerstraße 85
  • Maxvorstadt
  • tel:49 89 523 6249
  • Munich, 80333
Amalienburg

Amalienburg

  • Schloss Nymphenburg
  • tel:+49 89 1 7908
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80638
Wittelsbacher Brunnen

Wittelsbacher Brunnen

  • Lenbachplatz
  • Innenstadt
  • tel:+49 89 2339 6500 / +49 89 233 96 500(Tourist Information)
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80333
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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Englischer Garten

Englischer Garten

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

Staatliche Antikensammlungen

  • Königsplatz 3
  • Innenstadt
  • tel:+49 89 5998 8830
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80333
Pagodenburg

Pagodenburg

  • Schloss Nymphenburg
  • tel:+49 89 17908
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80638
Radspielerhaus

Radspielerhaus

  • Hackenstraße 7
  • tel:+49 89 235 0980
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80331
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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Trader Vic's

Trader Vic's

  • Promenadeplatz 2-6
  • Hotel Bayerischer Hof
  • tel:49 89 212 0995
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80333
Theatinerkirche St. Kajetan

Theatinerkirche St. Kajetan

  • Theatinerstraße 22
  • tel:+49 89 210 6960
  • Visit website
  • München, 80333

The Theatinerkirche is one of the most striking, both inside and out,  in Munich.  Electress Henriette Adelaide and her husband Elector Ferdinand Maria had it built on the occasion of the birth of their first male child, which gave them a successor.  Elector Ferdinand first began construction of Nymphenburg palace to thank his wife and then started on the Theatinerkirche to thank god.
The church was built in Italian high-baroque style after San Andrea del Valle in Rome and designed by the Italian architect Agostino Barelli. His successor, Enrico Zuccalli, added two towers, which originally were not planned and then finished the 71 meter (233 ft) high dome in 1690. The facade in rococo style was completed only in 1768 by François de Cuvilles. Its Mediterranean appearance and yellow coloring became a well known symbol for the city and had much influence on Southern German baroque architecture.
Much of the interior was destroyed in bombing, but the towers and facade are mostly original.  This church also serves as one of the two main burial places for the Wittelsbach family, who ruled Bavaria from 1180 until 1918.
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Magdalenenklause

Magdalenenklause

  • Schlosspark Nymphenburg
  • Nymphenburg
  • tel:+49 89 2339 6500 (Touristen Information)
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80638
Lucullus

Lucullus

  • Birkenau 31
  • Giesing
  • tel:49 89 66 2951
  • Munich, 81543
Altes Rathaus

Altes Rathaus

Ludwigstraße

Ludwigstraße

  • Ludwigstr.
  • Munich, 80539
Botanischer Garten

Botanischer Garten

  • Menzinger Straße 65
  • tel:+49 89 1786 1310 / +49 89 1786 1350 / +49 89 1786 1351
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  • Munich, 80638
Hotel Bayerischer Hof

Hotel Bayerischer Hof

  • PROMENADEPLATZ 2-6
  • MUNICH DE 80333
  • tel:+49 (0)89 2 1200
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80333
Alter Peter (St. Peter)

Alter Peter (St. Peter)

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

Luigi Tambosi

  • Odeonsplatz 18
  • Innenstadt
  • tel:49 89 29 8322
  • Munich, 80539
Marstallmuseum

Marstallmuseum

  • Schloß Nymphenburg (Südflügel)
  • Nymphenburg
  • tel:+49 89 17 9080
  • Visit website
  • München, 80638
Buffet Kull

Buffet Kull

  • Marienstraße 4
  • Innenstadt
  • tel:+49 89 22 1509
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80331
Königshof

Königshof

  • Karlsplatz 25
  • Hotel Königshof
  • tel:49 89 551360
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80335