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A Day in Munich

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Maximilianstraße

Referred to as one of the four royal avenues of the city, the street is the brain child of Maximilian II, King of Bavaria. Construction of the street began in 1850. On a trip to Munich, a walk down this avenue of glitter and glamour is a must. Along the Maximilianstraße, you will find stores of some of the biggest names in fashion as well as the city's upscale cafes and eateries. Some of the designer labels you can find here include Chanel, Gucci and Versace.

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New Town Hall (Munich)

One of Munich's best-known landmarks, the neo-gothic Neues Rathaus (New Town Hall) was built during the period of architectural revival in Germany from 1867-1909. Although it is now an unmistakable part of the cityscape, its architectural style is extremely popular and highly discussed even today. The carillon is built into the tower and performs at 11a and 5p every day, with 32 figures portraying a knightly joust and dance. There are additional performances between May and October. The viewing point on the ninth floor can be reached by lift.

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Munich Stadtmuseum

The Münchner Stadtmuseum (Munich City Museum) shows exhibits pertaining to the city's history as well as special exhibitions, such as the history of international civilization and culture. The multifaceted permanent exhibition "Typically Munich!" covers three floors and shows the city's culture from the Middle Ages to the present day. A central theme in the museum is Munich's evolution from a municipality, historically dominated by the royal court towards a newly independent and self-assured city. A museum highlight is the famous Morris Dancers designed by Erasmus Grasser.

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Musée allemand

Situé au bord de l’Isar, cet impressionnant musée inspire et ravit les passionnés de sciences et de technologies depuis plus d’une décennie. Considéré comme l’un des plus grands musées de son genre, depuis sa création en 1903, la zone d’exposition du Musée allemand (Deutsches Museum) a progressivement augmenté pour atteindre 55 000 mètres carrés. Ce musée est véritablement unique, se concentrant sur l’histoire et le développement des technologies et des sciences naturelles. De nombreux objets et modèles interactifs, comme un planétarium et une mine de charbon, sont utilisés pour mettre en évidence les progrès de l’humanité au fil des siècles.

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Alte Pinakothek

Ouvert en 1826 par le roi Louis Ier de Bavière, l’Alte Pinakothek (ancienne pinacothèque) représente la quintessence de ses accomplissements en tant que collectionneur. En fait, le roi Louis Ier de Bavière se contenta de poursuivre le travail de ses ancêtres, puisque certaines des œuvres exposées furent initialement acquises par le duc Guillaume V de Bavière au XVIe siècle. En entrant dans ce musée, on se retrouve face à une collection véritable royale, avec plus de 800 tableaux incroyables documentant l’histoire de l’art européen du XIVe au XVIIIe siècles. La collection d’anciens maîtres allemands et la magnifique galerie Rubens sont particulièrement remarquables.

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Englischer Garten

L’un des plus anciens jardins paysagés anglais et l’un des plus grands parcs municipaux d’Europe, l’Englischer Garten est le parc le plus fascinant de Munich. Occupant une superficie de 3,7 kilomètres carrés, c’est l’un des plus grands parcs publics du monde. Abritant des monuments architecturaux divers sur ses vastes espaces verts et pelouses onduleuses, notamment une pagode chinoise voisine au jardin de la bière, le temple grec Monopteros et un salon de thé japonais, ce parc regorge de lieux intrigants. Des ruisseaux artificiels le traversent et l’on y voit souvent des surfeurs glissant sans effort sur ses eaux mousseuses. Il abrite aussi un lac artificiel et un théâtre en plein air, faisant de lui l’une des meilleures destinations socio-culturelles de Munich.

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BMW Museum

The BMW Museum is more than just a company museum. Located next to the enormous BMW Tower (built in 1970-73) which dominates Munich's northern skyline with its characteristic four-cylinder shape, this museum takes visitors on a fascinating journey through the different eras of motorized transport. Opened in 1966, the museum also serves to illustrate the unrivaled success story of the BMW company. The permanent exhibition Zeithorizont has been on display since 1991. BMW lovers, come indulge!

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Olympiapark

Built for the 1972 Olympic Games, the Olympic complex is now used for a variety of leisure activities ranging from sports events to concerts. The 287-meter (942-foot) high Olympic Tower boasts a stunning view of the city. On a good day, visitors can go up and see as far as the Alps. There is also a rotating restaurant at the top. The famous canopy roof which spans the Olympic Stadium, the Olympic Swimming Pool and the Olympiahalle were a topic of debate in their day. The complex is, however, timelessly beautiful and has become an integral part of the modern cityscape. The Olympiaberg (Olympic Hill) is a grassy mound made from Second World War rubble and also provides great views. The ice rink and swimming pool are also popular with sports fans, as is the Olympic Stadium, home to FC Bayern Munich- one of Europe's top football clubs.

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Hellabrunn Zoo

Founded in 1911, the Munich Zoo Hellabrunn concentrates on nature preservation in the Isar area. Various animal presentations like 'Flipper parade' by Sea Lions, 'Jungle Patrol' by Indian Elephants and 'Banded Mongoose in action' are very popular. As a Geo-zoo, one can see a number of various species of animals and birds at Tierpark Hellabrunn, including sea lions, birds of prey and pelicans inhabiting the area of their geographic concentration. Various special events, guided tours and trips are undertaken by the zoo as well.

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Château de Nymphenburg

Avec sa façade plus longue que celle du palais de Versailles, le château de Nymphenburg était l’impressionnante résidence d’été des Wittelsbach. L’une des attractions les plus populaires à Munich, ce château et son domaine abritent plusieurs points d’intérêt qui mettent en relief différents styles architecturaux. Conçu par l’architecte baroque italien Augustino Barelli, le château a conservé ses salles de styles rococo et baroque. Orné de marbre, le Hall d’entrée en pierre polie est particulièrement intéressant, et la célèbre « Schönheitengalerie » (galerie des beautés) contenant les portraits de 36 femmes locales, est un lieu incontournable pour les visiteurs. Plusieurs palais plus petits intéressants se trouvent aussi dans le parc : l’Amalienburg, le Pagodenburg et le Badenburg. Le Marstallmuseum abrite une vaste collection de chariots, traineaux et poterie, et la Meditationskapelle (chapelle de méditation) avec sa Magdalenenklause vaut également le détour.

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Schlosspark Nymphenburg

Located in the Schloss Nymphenburg, Schlosspark Nymphenburg is one of the largest parks in Munich. The picturesque green landscape, complemented by some extraordinary garden art, is the reason behind the castle garden's popularity among visitors. The entire area is spread around 229 hectares (565.87 acres) of land and is a must visit when in Munich. You can also avail of guided tours conducted by the garden authorities.

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Allianz Arena

Completed in 2005, the 69,901-seat Allianz Arena is home to the popular football club Bayern Munchen and was built just in time for the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Designed by Swiss architects Herzog and de Meuron, the arena is unique with its round shape and soft white facade that comes alive once it is illuminated in bright hues during games. The stadium is climate controlled and often abuzz with the roars of massive crowds cheering for their favorite teams. It also boasts of 106 luxury boxes for those wishing to go as a group. A hub of sports and culture in Germany, the stadium exudes unbridled energy of the nation's love for football.

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