Address: Munich, Germany.
This is a landscaped style of garden which was created in 1789 by Sir Benjamin Thompson in Munich. This is included in the list of one among the largest urban parks in the World. Here you can find a Japanese Tea house, Schonfeldwieses, Chinese tower, Monopteros, beautiful lakes etc
Address: Am Olympiapark 2, 80809 München, Germany.
BMW automobile museum is established in 1973 near Olympic Park in Munich, Germany. This museum exhibits the history and growth of BMW Company. The museum is in Bowl shaped and number of people is visiting here every year. Here you can find motorcars, engines and turbines, motorcycles etc.
Address: Frauenplatz 12, 80331 München, Germany.
This is a Lutheran church dedicated to Our Lady which attracts number of visitors due to its stunning late Gothic architecture styles. This church has one of the largest domes in Europe in Renaissance style, 100 meter tall towers, Tomb of the Emperor Ludwig the Bavarian in black marble and you can climb up the towers for the stunning views of the city.
Address: Rindermarkt 1, 80331 München, Germany.
This is a famous Roman Catholic pilgrim site in Munich. The church has a dominating tower with 91 meters, considered as a landmark called as "Alter Peter". The church is located in Petersberg hill where you can enjoy panoramic views of the city. The interior attractions are red marble monuments, attractive Gothic paintings, fresco ceilings and number of altars.
Address: Museumsinsel 1, 80538 München, Germany.
If you are interested in Science & Technology, this is the right place. This is considered as the largest technology museum in the World with the collections of 17,000 artifacts. This museum depicts the history of ancient technology to present day technology. Other attarctions are star shows in planetarium, replica of a mineshaft, 30 exhibitions and artificial lightning.
Address: Marienplatz, München, Germany.
This is the very famous central square in Munich which is as old as Munich city. This is a popular public gathering point in Munich and things you can see here are Marian Column, a monument depicting Virgin Mary on top, New City Hall, Old city hall, Gothic council hall etc. This was the place where tournaments and markets held in earlier periods and the square is famous for Christmas Markets.
Address: Schloß Nymphenburg 1, 80638 München, Germany.
This was the summer residence of Wittelsbach Electors in the 17th century. It attracts visitors with amazing architecture in Baroque style. Some of the rooms are still maintained with original baroque decorations and other attarctions are garden pavilions, Schlossmuseum, museum of man and nature, carriage museum, Nymphenburg porcelain museum, Erwin von Kreibig-Museum etc.
Address: Residenzstraße 1, 80333 München, Germany.
This massive complex consists of Konigsbau, Alte Residenz and Festsaalbau. This was the former palace of Wittelsbach monarchs of Bavaria. You can find number of royal collections, monuments, Cuvillies-Theater, the court Church of All Saints, beautiful gardens with ponds & fountains etc.
Address: Spiridon-Louis-Ring 21, 80809 München, Germany.
This was a former training ground for the Royal Bavarian army. The park was constructed for 1972 summer Olympics. This is a popular spot for conducting various cultural, social, and religious events. There is an Olympic Tower with best views of the city, a contemporary Carillon, aquatic center etc.
Address: Tierparkstraße 30, 81543 München, Germany.
This is the largest zoological garden in Munich in 40 acres on the banks of Isar River. The attarctions in this museum includes elephant house, aquarium, monkey world, bat cave, polar world, turtle world, aviary, jungle world, mouse house etc.