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Destination(s): Munich

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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Residenz

Residenz

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

Olympic park

  • Spiridon-Lois-Ring 21
  • Olympiastadt
  • tel:+49 89 3067 2414
  • Visit website
  • München, 80809
Carpe Diem Finest Fingerfood

Carpe Diem Finest Fingerfood

  • Getreidegasse 50
  • tel:+43 662 84 8800
  • Visit website
  • Salzburg, 5020
The Original Sound of Music Tour in Salzburg

The Original Sound of Music Tour in Salzburg

Pinakothek der Moderne

Pinakothek der Moderne

  • Barer Strasse 40
  • Maxvorstadt
  • tel:+49 89 2380 5360
  • Visit website
  • München, 80333
Deutsches Museum

Deutsches Museum

  • Museumsinsel 1
  • Innenstadt
  • tel:+49 89 2 1791
  • Visit website
  • München, 80538
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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Schatzkammer der Residenz

Schatzkammer der Residenz

  • Max-Joseph-Platz 3
  • Residenz, Ostflügel
  • tel:+49 89 29 0671
  • Munich, 80333
BMW Museum

BMW Museum

  • Petuelring 130
  • Milbertshofen
  • tel:+49 89 3822 3307
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80807
Salzburger Heimatwerk

Salzburger Heimatwerk

  • Am Residenzplatz 9
  • Unterm Glockenspiel
  • tel:+43 662 84 4110
  • Visit website
  • Salzburg, 5020
Wittelsbacher Brunnen

Wittelsbacher Brunnen

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

Christkindlmarkt

  • Marienplatz
  • Munich
St. Johann-Nepomuk-Kirche (Asamkirche)

St. Johann-Nepomuk-Kirche (Asamkirche)

  • Sendlinger Straße 26
  • Innenstadt
  • tel:+49 89 2339 6500 (Touristen Information)
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80331

The small, but impressive, church was built by two regionally famous brothers Cosmas and Damian Asam.  The official name of the church is the Church of St. Johann-Nepomuk, but everyone knows it only as the Asamkirch (Asam church) for the brothers who built it.  The outside is striking, but once you enter the door you will understand why your tour guide pointed out this spot which isn't on most local tours.  Open daily during normal church hours.
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Nationaltheater München

Nationaltheater München

  • Max-Joseph-Platz 2
  • Innenstadt
  • tel:+49 89 21 8501
  • Visit website
  • München, 80539
Prinz Myshkin

Prinz Myshkin

  • Hackenstrasse 2
  • tel:089/265596
  • Munich
Vom Fass

Vom Fass

  • Goldgasse 9
  • tel:+43 662 845337
  • Salzburg, 5020
LOUIS HOTEL NEW

LOUIS HOTEL NEW

  • Viktualienmarkt 6
  • Rindermarkt 2
  • Munich, 80331
Ludwig Mory

Ludwig Mory

  • Amalienstrasse 16
  • tel:089/22-45-42
  • Munich
Zerwirk

Zerwirk

  • Ledererstrasse 3
  • tel:49 (0)89 2323 9191 / 49 (0)89 2323 9195
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80331
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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Feldherrnhalle

Feldherrnhalle

  • Theatinerstraße 38
  • tel:+49 89 29 0671
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80333
Romantic Road, Rothenburg and Harburg Day Tour from Munich

Romantic Road, Rothenburg and Harburg Day Tour from Munich

  • Residenzstraße 13
  • Next to Munich State Opera
  • Visit website
  • Munich
Café Fürst

Café Fürst

State Rooms - Residenz

State Rooms - Residenz

  • Residenzplatz 1
  • tel:+43 662 8042 2690
  • Visit website
  • Salzburg, 5020

During the 17th century, no longer needing the protection of the stone-walled Festung, the Prince-Archbishops moved to the more opulent surroundings of the Residenz. The present complex, the site of a residence since 1110, was begun by Archbishop Wold Dietrich von Raitenau before 1600 but not completed before the 18th century. Passing through the impressive marble portal that faces the imposing Residenz fountain, you enter the main courtyard. Opposite, under the arches of the portico, stands the Hercules fountain. The stairway to the left of the fountain leads to the splendid reception rooms. An informative audio guide, included with admission, details the elaborately decorated formal chambers and their furnishings. Note especially the ceiling frescos and stucco ceiling decorations in the private rooms designed for the Archbishop's brother. read more about State Rooms - Residenz

Glyptothek

Glyptothek

  • Königsplatz 3
  • Maxvorstadt
  • tel:089/28-61-00
  • Munich, 80333
Hotel Deutsche Eiche

Hotel Deutsche Eiche

  • Reichenbachstraße 13
  • Gärtnerplatzviertel
  • tel:+49 89 231 1660
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80469
Artefakt

Artefakt

  • Hans-Sachs-Straße 13
  • Gärtnerplatzviertel
  • tel:+49 89 260 3108
  • Munich, 80469
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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Schloss Nymphenburg

Schloss Nymphenburg

  • Schlossrondell
  • Nymphenburg
  • tel:+49 89 17 9080
  • Visit website
  • München, 80638
Fortress Hohensalzburg (Festung Hohensalzburg)

Fortress Hohensalzburg (Festung Hohensalzburg)

  • Mönchsberg 34
  • tel:+43 662 8424 3011
  • Visit website
  • Salzburg, 5020

Salzburg's signature landmark, Festung Hohensalzburg ("High Salzburg Fortress") sits atop rocky Mönchsberg ("Monks Mountain"), dominating the Altstadt. Located on the site of a Roman defensive outpost, the fortress was begun in 1077 by Prince-Archbishop Gebhard von Helfenstein. Much of its present form is due to the expansive building program conducted by Count Paris of Lodron in the 17th century as he strengthened the city's defenses during the Thirty Years War. One of the largest medieval castles in Europe, the Festung offers a fascinating look into the history of Salzburg. Many of its chambers and courtyards are open to view, including the brilliant painted and gilded state rooms. The Golden Room, with its magnificent wood panelling and carving, is especially interesting. You can get to the Festung via the Festungsbahn, a funicular train that climbs straight up the hillside. Or you can climb the mountain by foot, taking the wide path that doubles back as it ascends. (Continue past the entrance to the funicular ticket office and bear right after passing the beer hall.) read more about Fortress Hohensalzburg (Festung Hohensalzburg)

Waagplatz (Scale Square)

Waagplatz (Scale Square)

  • Waagplatz
  • Salzburg, 5020
Alte Pinakothek

Alte Pinakothek

  • Barer Strasse 27
  • (Eingang: Theresienstraße)
  • tel:+49 89 2380 5156
  • Visit website
  • München, 80333
Burberry

Burberry

Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein (Bavarian Association of Arts & Crafts)

Bayerischer Kunstgewerbeverein (Bavarian Association of Arts & Crafts)

  • Pacellistrasse 6-8
  • tel:089/29-01-47-0
  • Munich
Sendlinger Tor

Sendlinger Tor

Hofbräuhaus

Hofbräuhaus

  • Platzl 9
  • Innenstadt
  • tel:49 89 22 1676
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80331

The Hofbräuhaus is arguably the most famous beer hall in the world.  At one time it was the royal wheat beer brewery, but as of 1896 it is a beer hall (Bavarian restaurant).  No matter what anyone says, if there is only one place you eat at in Munich, make it the Hofbräuhaus.  Music every day from 3pm until 11pm.  Food prices are actually slightly cheaper than any of its supposed rivals, although the beer is slightly more (about 20 cents a liter more).  Either way, you can have a good meal for around €10 and the beer costs €6.90 a liter.  Put on some lederhosen and enjoy!
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Alter Simpl

Alter Simpl

  • Türkenstraße 59
  • Maxvorstadt
  • tel:49 89 272 3083
  • Munich, 80799
ARTHOTEL BLAUE GANS

ARTHOTEL BLAUE GANS

  • GETREIDEGASSE 41 43
  • tel:+43 662 842 4910
  • Visit website
  • Salzburg, 5020
Convent Nonnberg

Convent Nonnberg

  • Nonnberggasse 2
  • tel:+43 662 84 607
  • Salzburg, 5020

Tucked away between the Mönchsberg's eastern precipice and the Festung is the oldest existing nunnery in the German-speaking part of Europe, Convent Nonnberg. Founded in 700, its religious life as a convent has never been interrupted. The Gothic church is entered from the quiet courtyard where generations of nuns are buried. It is famous for its magnificent 15th century winged altar. Also of great interest are the remarkably moving 12th century murals under the nuns' choir in the back of the church. More recently, Nonnberg is famous as the convent where the real-life Maria was a novice before becoming governess to the von Trapp children. During the filming of The Sound of Music, the convent was used for some exterior shots. (Interior shots were filmed in Hollywood.) The church and courtyard are open until dusk or 7 pm in the summer, except during mass, when it is closed to viewing. You can reach it on foot in one of three ways: From Festunggasse, continue past the entrance to the funicular ticket office and bear left after passing the beer hall then follow the fairly level road; climb Nonnbergstiege (Nonnberg stair), the long set of steps reached from Kaigasse; or from the Nonntal district through a narrow alley. read more about Convent Nonnberg

Elly Seidl

Elly Seidl

Maximilianhöfe

Maximilianhöfe

  • Maximilianstraße 10
  • tel:+49 89 255 4160
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80539
Frauenkirche

Frauenkirche

Lenbach

Lenbach

  • Ottostraße 6
  • Innenstadt
  • tel:49 89 549 1300
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80333
Español (El)

Español (El)

  • Pariser Strasse 46
  • Haidhausen
  • tel:49 89 48 8496
  • Munich, 81667
Chez Roland

Chez Roland

Enjoy a glass of wine, beer or a cocktail in this stylish nightclub in the Neustadt (right bank). A Salzburg fixture since 1970, during Festival times, you can sometimes glimpse some of the big names relaxing in its remarkable interior. Its high, vaulted ceiling is carved from an old salt cellar. The effect of the lighting is unique. As well as drinks, toasts – hot sandwiches – are available. Its list of Austrian wines is particularly good. read more about Chez Roland

Philatelie und Ansichtskarten

Philatelie und Ansichtskarten

Ludwigsbrücke

Ludwigsbrücke

  • Zweibrückenstraße
  • tel:+49 89 2339 6555
  • Munich, 80331
Alois Dallmayr KG

Alois Dallmayr KG

  • Dienerstrasse 14-15
  • tel:+49 89 2 1350
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80331
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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Friedensengel

Friedensengel

  • Prinzregententerrasse
  • Bogenhausen
  • tel:+49 89 2339 6500 (Tourist Information)
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 81675
Schloss Mirabell (Mirabell Palace)

Schloss Mirabell (Mirabell Palace)

  • Mirabellplatz
  • Rainerstrasse
  • tel:+43 662 80722334
  • Salzburg, 5020

Gem of the Neustadt, Schloss Mirabell was built for his mistress and mother of his children by Prince-Archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau in 1606. The Baroque-style building that stands today was extensively remodeled in the 18th century and again, after a fire, in the 19th century. The official residence of the Mayor of Salzburg, little of it can be seen by the public. However, during office hours, the reception area with its ornate Barockstiege-Englesstiege (angel staircase) can be seen. It leads to the marble-and-gold Marmorsaal, a hall where lunchtime and evening concerts of chamber music are held. Also found in the courtyard of Schloss Mirabell are the Barockmuseum, housing sketches and preliminary works by Baroque artists, and a horticultural conservatory. read more about Schloss Mirabell (Mirabell Palace)

riva bar pizzeria Schwabing

riva bar pizzeria Schwabing

  • Feilitzschstraße 4
  • tel:089 3090518-08, 089 3090518-09
  • München
Daks

Daks

  • Maximilianstraße 16
  • tel:+49 89 29 7410
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80539
Sarajo Fashion Art

Sarajo Fashion Art

  • Rumfordstraße 3
  • Glockenbachviertel
  • tel:+49 89 2602 4343
  • München, 80469
Alter Peter (St. Peter)

Alter Peter (St. Peter)

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

Obletter's

  • Karlsplatz 11
  • Stachus
  • tel:+49 89 5508 9510
  • Munich, 80335
Eilles

Eilles

  • Residenzstraße 13
  • Next to Munich State Opera
  • tel:+49 89 228 9616 / +49 89 22 6184
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80333
Salzburg Glockenspiel (The)

Salzburg Glockenspiel (The)

Blue Nile

Blue Nile

  • Siegesstraße 22a
  • Schwabing
  • tel:49 89 34 2389
  • Munich, 80802
Loden-Frey-Discount

Loden-Frey-Discount

  • Maffeistrasse 7
  • tel:+49 89 210 390 / +49 89 2103 9250
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80333
Oberpollinger München

Oberpollinger München

  • Neuhauserstraße 18
  • tel:+49 89 29 0230
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80331
Philatelie und Ansichtskarten

Philatelie und Ansichtskarten

  • Bahnhofplatz 2
  • tel:089/59-67-57
  • Munich
Gstättengasse

Gstättengasse

  • Gstättengasse
  • Salzburg, 5020
CEDON MuseumShops

CEDON MuseumShops

  • Theatinerstraße 8
  • Hypo-Kunsthalle Munich Hypo-Kunsthalle Munich
  • tel:+49 89 2554 0970
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80333
Elisabethmarkt

Elisabethmarkt

  • Elisabethplatz
  • Munich
Café Schmock

Café Schmock

  • Augustenstraße 52
  • Maxvorstadt
  • tel:49 89 5235 0535
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80333
Wirtshaus in der Au

Wirtshaus in der Au

  • Lilienstraße 51
  • Au
  • tel:49 89 448 1400
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 81669
projekt.3

projekt.3

  • Türkenstraße 79
  • Maxvorstadt
  • Munich, 80799
Wanger Herrenmoden

Wanger Herrenmoden

  • Getreidegasse 21
  • tel:+43 662 840161
  • Salzburg, 5020
Springfield

Springfield

  • Hohenzollernstraße 10
  • Schwabing
  • tel:+49 89 388 8940
  • Munich, 80801
Schrannenhalle

Schrannenhalle

  • Off Blumenstraße
  • Viktualienmarkt 15
  • tel:+49 89 518 1818
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80331
Rathaus-Glockenspiel

Rathaus-Glockenspiel

Fünf Höfe

Fünf Höfe

  • Theatinerstraße 11
  • tel:+49 89 2444 9580
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80333
Kaslöchl

Kaslöchl

  • Hagenauer Platz 2
  • tel:+43 662 84 4100
  • Visit website
  • Salzburg, 5020
Viktualienmarkt

Viktualienmarkt

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

Wallach

  • Residenzstrasse 3
  • tel:089/22-08-710
  • Munich
Münchner Puppenstuben und Zinnfiguren-Kabinett

Münchner Puppenstuben und Zinnfiguren-Kabinett

  • Maxburgstrasse 4
  • tel:+49 89 29 3797
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80333
Salzburg Dom

Salzburg Dom

  • South side of Residenzplatz
  • tel:0662/844189
  • Salzburg
René Lezard

René Lezard

  • Maximilianstraße 8
  • tel:+49 89 2916 1341
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80539
Altes Rathaus

Altes Rathaus

Max Krug

Max Krug

  • Neuhauser Strasse 2
  • Innenstadt
  • tel:+49 89 224 501
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80331
Grünmarkt

Grünmarkt

  • Universitätsplatz
  • Salzburg, 5020
Menu 12

Menu 12

  • Reichenbachstrasse 12
  • tel:+49 89 2422 3513
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80469
Kaufhof

Kaufhof

  • Kaufinger Straße 1-5
  • Marienplatz
  • tel:+49 89 23 1851
  • Visit website
  • Munich, 80331
Joh. Nagy & Söhne

Joh. Nagy & Söhne

  • Sterneckstrasse 22
  • tel:+43 662 87 4740
  • Visit website
  • Salzburg, 5020
Getreidegasse

Getreidegasse

  • Getreidegasse
  • tel:0662 8 8987
  • Salzburg, 5020

Winding through the core of the Altstadt, Getreidegasse may be the most charming street in Salzburg. The thoroughfare originated in Roman times. And it was here, in No 9, that Mozart was born and lived until he was 17. The buildings that line this long street date from Medieval times. Today they're elaborately decorated with wrought-iron signs, dating from the 16th to the 19th centuries, fashioned according to traditions that go back to the Middle Ages. Its length is punctuated by small lanes that lead to courtyards and platzes in other parts of the city. The shops themselves feature a mixture of luxury jewellery, leather goods and fashion, tracht – traditionally styled clothing – restaurants and cafes, chocolates, wine and spirits, souvenirs, and more. Getreidegasse can be extremely crowded, so it's best to visit early in the day. Or stroll along in the evening when the colorful shop window displays seem to sparkle magically. read more about Getreidegasse

Rupertinum

Rupertinum

  • Wiener Philharmonikergasse 9
  • tel:+43 662 842 2200
  • Visit website
  • Salzburg, 5020
Linzergasse

Linzergasse

  • Linzer Gasse
  • Salzburg, 5020
Residence Square / Residence Fountain

Residence Square / Residence Fountain

  • Residenzplatz
  • Salzburg, 5020
Delarue

Delarue

  • Sigmund Hafner Gasse 7
  • tel:+43 662 8401440
  • Salzburg, 5020
Hangar-7

Hangar-7

  • Wilhelm-Spazier-Strasse 7a
  • Salzburg Airport
  • tel:+43 662 2 1970
  • Visit website
  • Salzburg, 5020
StieglKeller

StieglKeller

  • Festungsgasse 10
  • tel:+43 662 84 2681
  • Visit website
  • Salzburg, 5020