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Munich is always worth a visit!

The typical Bavarian way of life, the hearty meals and the ubiquitous beer are just a few of the reasons why tourists love to visit Munich.

It is easy to walk to the city centre from Munich'smain train station. Even from your comfortable seat on the OBB Railjet you will be able to see that traffic in Munich is a whole other ballgame. Thankfully, the city is equipped with an excellent network of public transportation, which takes you from point A to point B quickly and without traffic jams.

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1. WELCOME

2. GETTING THERE

3. THE CITY

4. WORTH SEEING

5. HISTORICAL BUILDINGS

6. CHURCHES

7. MUSEUMS

8. DINE & WINE (BEER)

9. SHOPPING

10. PUBLIC TRANSPORT

11. ÖBB NIGHTJET - TAKE A LOOK

12. TICKETS AND SERVICE

WELCOME

13. IMPRESSUM


GETTING THERE

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CONNECTION

The trip from Vienna's main train station to the city centre of Munich takes just over four hours.

Trains connect the two cities once every two hours. Munich is also an important stop for the

OBB Nightjet trains, which are important night-trains connecting the city with Rome, Venice,

Milan, Hamburg, Cologne, and Dusseldorf, to just name a few.

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THE CITY

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CITY OF MUNICH

The third-largest city in Germany houses about 1.5

million people. The first documentary evidence of

the city of Munich dates back to 1158 and since

1918, Munich is the capital of the Free State of

Bavaria. The city wall and gates date back to the

year 1301 and - like almost 90% of the city – were

destroyed during World War II. After the war, almost

all historic buildings were re-constructed based on

historic plans. Munich also was the scene of the

XX. Olympic Games in 1972. This major

international event led to the construction of the

Munich subway and its coordination with the

commuter railway system.

Ever since the Olympic Games, Munich also has a

large pedestrian area in the city centre.

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Based on Munich's coat of arms, a standing monk, Munich refers to its symbol as the "Munich child".

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WORTH SEEING

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ALLIANZ ARENA

The Allianz Arena is located in the northern part of

Munich. The soccer stadium of the local FC Bayern

has space for 75,000 people. Despite being

located at the highway entrance and providing

parking for about 11,000 visitors, traffic is difficult

when everybody is leaving at once. The

subway-connection (U6) is a big advantage.

Werner-Heisenberg-Allee 25

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Foto: Andreas Volkmer

BAYERISCHE STAATSOPER

The Bavarian State Opera is amongst the most

prestigious opera houses of the country. The first

premieres date back to the year 1700. In June and

July of every year, the Opera Festival marks the

highpoint of the year for the Munich Opera. The

Opera Festival has been a well-visited event since

1875.

Max-Joseph-Platz 2

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DAV-KLETTERZENTRUM

The DAV Climbing- and Boulder-Centre in

Munich-South is the largest climbing centre

worldwide and encompasses 7,800 m². It is not just

an ideal venue for professional climbers, but can

also be used by children. The attached Bistrocafe

as well as the beer garden on the roof terrace will

keep visitors nourished.

Thalkirchner Straße 207

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EISBACHWELLE

Even from afar, one can spot many visitors on the

small bridge at Prinzregenten Street. The waves of

Munich's Eisbach River are a dorado for the city's

surfers.

Right next to the bus stop "Nationalmuseum/Haus

der Kunst" at the English Garden is the meeting

point for surf-fans all year round.

Prinzregentenstrasse

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FRAUENPLATZ

Munich's Frauenkirche is located at Frauenplatz

Square and is an oasis of peace amongst the

hectic life in the city centre. Wasserpilz-Fountain

draws many children who enjoy playing in the

water. But adult tourists use it as well as a chance

to rest and to cool their feet after a long walk.

Frauenplatz

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HOCHHAUS UPTOWN

The building measures 146 metres in height and

thus is the second-highest construction of Munich,

after the Olympia-tower. Right next to the high-rise

is a cluster of four seven-story-houses that are

connected by a transparent roof. This cluster is

called the "campus". Another building houses

about 140 apartments.

A petition for a referendum in November 2004

reached its goal in preventing the construction of

any further high-rise buildings in Munich.

Georg-Brauchle-Ring

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KÖNIGSPLATZ

Königsplatz is located in the part of Munich called

Maxvorstadt and is one of three Squares of

Brienner Street, which was expanded as a

boulevard from the residency to Nymphenburg

Palace. Ludwig I had the quare expanded based

on his wishes and included buildings that

represented his version of "Athens at the Isar

River".

Königsplatz 1

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MARIENPLATZ

The New City Hall is also located in the city centre.

Ever since the foundation of Munich by Heinrich the

Lion, Marienplatz Square is the centre of the city.

Every day at 11 am and 12 pm (from March until

October additionally at 5 pm), the chimes of the

New City Hall echo across the square.

Marienplatz 1

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MAXMONUMENT

A small traffic refuge on Maximilian Street houses

Max Monument, in remembrance of the Bavarian

King Maximilian II.

The four seated figures represent the love of

peace, justice, strength and wisdom. The bronze

statue was unveiled in October 1875.

Maximilianstraße

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NYMPHENBURG

Neuhausen-Nymphenburg is a borough of Munich

located in the western part of the city. The ample

Schlosspark gardens house the beautiful

Nymphenburg Palace. It all started with a five-story

building in the centre, which then was expanded

every year.

Schloß Nymphenburg 1

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AUFFAHRTSALLEE

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SCHLOSS NYMPHENBURG

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OLYMPIAPARK

In honour of the Summer Olympic games 1972, the

Olympiapark was built on top of the "Trümmerberg"

hills.

This is also where you will find Munich's highest

building: the Olympia tower, measuring about 300

metres. The park is one of the largest green spaces

in the city.

Spiridon-Louis-Ring 21

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OLYMPIAPARK

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OLYMPIAHALLE, OLYMPIATURM

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OLYDORF

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WALKING MAN

American artist Jonathan Borofsky sculpted the

"Walking Man" - an oversized figure, 17 metres high

and 16 tons in weight.

The white giant made from glass fibre polymer has

been guarding the entryway to the Munich

Rückversicherung building in Schwabing.

Leopoldstraße 36

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SCHLOSS SCHLEISSHEIM

The impressive Schleißheim Palace is located only

a few kilometres outside of Munich's city centre

and definitely worth a visit. It encompasses three

separate palaces:

Old and New Palace Schleißheim and Lustheim

Palace. The New Palace houses the Baroque

gallery of the Bavarian State Painting Collections.

Oberschleißheim

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HISTORICAL BUILDINGS


ALTER BOTANISCHER GARTEN

The New Botanic Garden in Nymphenburg was

founded in 1914, and the Old Botanic Garden was

turned into an ample park. Many exotic trees bear

witness to the grand past of these gardens.

The park also houses the Neptune Fountain as well

as an exhibition pavilion.

Sophienstraße 7

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BAYERISCHE STAATSKANZLEI

The Bavarian Staatskanzlei was established to

support the Prime Minister as well as Munich's

city-government. The building is located at place of

the former Bavarian Army Museum.

The Prime Minister was able to move into his new

residency in May 1993.

Franz-Josef-Strauß-Ring 1

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FELDHERRNHALLE

King Ludwig I had the Field Marshals' Hall built

after the model of the Loggia dei Lanzi in Florence.

The hall was dedicated to the Bavarian military and

faces the Siegestor, which is one kilometre away.

The two statues depict Count Johann T'Serclaes of

Tilly and Prince Carl Philipp of Wrede.

Residenzstraße 1

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FRIEDENSDENKMAL

In honour of the 25th anniversary of the victory in

the German-French wars of 1870 and 1871, this

peace monument was erected.

T h e m o n u m e n t a n d t h e a d j a c e n t

Prinzregent-Luitpold-Terrace build a site that is

bordered by the Luitpold-Bridge.

Prinzregentenstraße

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LUITPOLDBRÜCKE UND FRIEDENSENGEL

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MAXIMILIANEUM

King Max II initiated the construction for the palace

in October 1857 and it was completed in 1874.

Ever since 1876, the Maximilianeum Foundation

has had its offices here.

The Foundation supports gifted students from the

States Pfalz and Bavaria. The Bavarian Landtag

has been residing in this impressive building since

1949.

Max-Planck-Straße 1

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OBERBAYERISCHE REGIERUNG

The initial construction started under King

Maximilian II in the year 1856. The building was

severely damaged during World War II. Today's

facade resembles the original, whereas everything

behind it was newly constructed. The roof houses

three statues: Fides for fidelity, Justitia for justice

and Sapientia for wisdom.

Maximilianstraße 39

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MAXIMILLIANSTRASSE

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RESIDENZ

The Residenz is Munich's city-palace. This is where

the Bavarian rulers resided. The complex

encompasses ten courtyards and is the largest

centre-city palace in Germany. The Residenz also

regularly houses events. If you are visiting, don't

forget to see the treasury and the Residenz

Museum.

Residenzstraße 1

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THEATER IM MARSTALL

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SIEGESTOR

The Victory Gate is the start of Leopold Street and

the end of Ludwig Street. It is located at the border

between Maxvorstadt and Schwabing. Ludwig I

had the gate modelled after the Roman Arch of

Constantine and dedicated it to the Bavarian

militaries. On its roof, Bavaria is steering a team of

four lions.

Leopoldstraße 1

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BAVARIA QUADRIGA

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STAATSBIBLIOTHEK

The four statues of Thukydides, Homer, Aristotle

and Hippocrates guard the portals to the Bavarian

State Library.

The library houses one of the world's most

important collections of manuscripts and is home

to over 10 million volumes. It is open Monday

through Friday.

Ludwigstraße 16

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CHURCHES

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FRAUENKIRCHE

The Frauenkirche is one of Munich's landmarks.

The "Dom zu Unserer Lieben Frau" - so its official

name - was dedicated in 1494. Its towers are

roughly 100 metres high. Due to a regulation by the

city fathers, no buildings higher than 100 metres

are allowed within the Mittlerer Ring area, which is

why the church can be seen from afar.

Frauenplatz 12

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Foto: Andrzej Otrębski

HEILIG-GEIST-KIRCHE

Right next to the Viktualienmarkt is the catholic

Holy-Spirit-Church. This church was erected in

1392 and thus is one of the oldest existing

churches in the city. The bell-tower houses four

bells: Holy Spirit, Mary, Joseph, and one bell called

Breznreiter-Bell, a name that dates back to the

legend of a salesperson.

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HERZ-JESU-KIRCHE

A glass cube with a blue front may not look like a

church at first glance. Nevertheless, when you

enter the house of prayer, you will be surprised by

the illuminated interior of the Herz-Jesu-Church.

The entire front can be opened up. The bell-tower

is a few metres away from the church itself.

Lachnerstraße 8

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ST. LUDWIG

The church was commissioned in 1829 by King

Ludwig I. The colourful mosaic-covered roof is

especially impressive, even though it is barely

visible from the streets. Inside the church, you will

find the second-largest altar-fresco in the world:

"Last Judgement" by Peter Cornelius.

Ludwigstraße 22

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ST. MARKUS

The evangelical-Lutheran parish-, university-, and

d e a n e r y - c h u r c h S t . M a r k u s i s c a l l e d

"Markus-Church" for short. The building is one of

two evangelical-Lutheran churches in the city.

Today's house of prayer was completely

re-constructed between the years 1955 and 1957.

Gabelsbergerstraße 6

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ST. MICHAEL

The catholic Jesuit-Church St. Michael was built

between 1583 and 1597. The church is dedicated

to the archangel Michael, whose statue stands

between the two portals. Since the church is

located in the middle of the pedestrian zone, it is

very popular with tourists. The church's tombs are

open to the public as well.

Neuhauser Straße 6

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ST. PETER

Peters-Church is the oldest church in Munich. If

you are in good enough shape, you can climb the

300 steps of the church's bell tower and enjoy one

of the most beautiful views over the city centre of

Munich. Right next to St. Peter is Viktualienmarkt,

where you can recover from the ascent.

Rindermarkt 1

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DER ALTE PETER

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THEATINERKIRCHE

The bright yellow colour of the church, which is

right next to the Field Marshals' Hall, is a bright

contrast in the old town.

His mother Henriette Adelheid of Savoyen

commissioned St. Kajetan Church as token of

gratitude for the happy birth of the elector Max

Emanuel in the year 1662.

Theatinerstraße 22

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MUSEUMS

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ABGUSSMUSEUM

The complete name of the house is "Museum of

Casts of Classical Statues". The museum was

founded in 1869 by the professorship for classical

archaeology at Ludwig-Maximilian-University.

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NSDAP-administration-building houses the

Museum of Casts.

Katharina-von-Bora-Straße 10

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ÄGYPTISCHES MUSEUM

The State Museum for Egyptian Art in Munich is

located in the same building as the College for

Television and Film at the Kunstareal Munich.

The collection counts among the most noteworthy

of its kind in Germany. Exhibits date back to the

year 4000 B.C.

Gabelsbergerstraße 35

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BAYERISCHES NATIONALMUSEUM

King Maximilian II funded the Bavarian National

Museum. Initially it was located in the building that

today houses the Museum Five Continents.

The construction at Prinzregent Street started in

September 1900. Today, it offers about 13,000 m²

of exhibit space.

Prinzregentenstraße 3

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LUITPOLD VON BAYERN

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BMW MUSEUM

Munich locals love to call it "salad bowl" or

"Weißwurst-bowl" - the BMW Museum, which was

opened in 1973 and expanded between 2004 and

2008 and which is a true eye-catcher.

It is one of the most popular exhibitions in Munich

and a stop that you should not miss when visiting

the city at the Isar River.

Am Olympiapark 1

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BMW WELT

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DEUTSCHES MUSEUM

With over 1.5 million visitors per year, the German

Museum is one of the most-frequented museums in

the country. Here, visitors can experience the world

of technology and natural sciences first-hand.

Since extensive remodelling-efforts will modernise

the exhibition by 2019, parts of the museums

cannot be accessed.

Museumsinsel 1

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HAUS DER KUNST

On the southern end of the English Garden is an

internationally recognised gallery: the Haus der

Kunst. The building was constructed from 1933

until 1937 in the monumental neoclassicism style.

The "Foundation Haus der Kunst" organises regular

exhibits of contemporary and modern art.

Prinzregentenstraße 1

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LENBACHHAUS

The City Gallery at Lenbachhaus is housed in the

Palais of artist Prince Franz von Lenbach. After

being renovated in 2013, the art museum has been

expanded. The Palais itself is open to the public

and some of the original rooms and the beautiful

garden can be visited and admired.

Luisenstraße 33

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WIRBELWERK

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BILDNIS DES TÄNZERS ALEXANDER SACHAROFF

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MUSEUM FÜNF KONTINENTE

This building used to house the State Museum for

Ethnology. Ever since 2014, it has been the

Museum Five Continents. Already in its founding

year 1862, the house was known as the first

ethnology museum in Germany. You can rest your

feet from the visit at the cafe on the terrace in front

of the museum.

Maximilianstraße 42

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SAMMLUNG BOLLERT

Through the years, Justizrat Dr. Gerhart Bollert

collected over 100 exhibits from the 15th and 16th

centuries. Bollert specialised on wooden sculptures

and artwork from the late gothic and renaissance

eras. Geographically, the collector preferred art

from the south of Germany, Italy, and the

Netherlands.

Prinzregentenstraße 3

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SPIELZEUGMUSEUM

The Old City-Hall-Tower at Marienplatz Square has

opened its doors for historic toys. Four floors offer

exhibition space for toys dating back until the year

1800. It is a small museum, which reminds visitors

of a doll-house due to its narrow stairways.

Marienplatz 15

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DINE & WINE (BEER)

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CHINESISCHER TURM

The English Garden also houses one of the largest

beer gardens of the city: the Biergarten at the

Chinese Tower. About 25 metres tall, the Chinese

Tower has only been open for the marching band

that performs in it ever since the 1970s. Also called

"Chinatower", the tower is a tourist attraction within

the English Garden.

Englischer Garten

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HOFBRÄUHAUS

The tradition of the Hofbräuhaus on the square

dates back until September 1589. In order to

reduce the beer prices for the Wittelsbach Court,

Duke Wilhelm V ordered the construction of a

brewery. Today, the Hofbräuhaus serves as

restaurant and pilgrimage-destination all in one.

Especially the "beer-palace" is very impressive and

looks great on pictures.

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JAGDSCHLÖSSL

The name "Jagdschlößl" (which roughly translates

to "hunting-palace") goes back to the Electoral and

later Royal hunting-palace, which was built in 1598

and located right across the restaurant until 1945.

The rustic restaurant has been in operation since

1875. The Jagdschlößl is about halfway between

Königsplatz Square and Nymphenburg Castle.

Nymphenburger Strasse 162

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LÖWENBRÄUKELLER

The "beer-palace" Löwenbräukeller was opened in

1883 and re-built after the damage of World War II.

When the Löwenbräukeller was opened, it was at

the top of the line in terms of technology and

hygiene. A special attraction is the electric lighting

throughout the entire building.

Nymphenburger Straße 2

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MÜNCHNER STUBEN

The Münchener Stuben is a small, traditional locale

in the city, and a tavern with a big advantage: If you

want to shorten your layover or waiting time at the

Munich Main Train Station, simply cross the street

and experience the best Bavarian cuisine and

beer.

Bayerstraße 35

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“STAMMKRIAGLPARKPLATZ”

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VIKTUALIENMARKT

The term "Viktualien" goes back to the Latin term

victus, which roughly translates as stock or

groceries. At Munich's Viktualien-Market, visitors

can buy much more than just all kinds of food and

produce. For over 200 years, the market has been

open for foodies, shoppers, and of course for

beer-lovers who relax at the beer garden.

Viktualienmarkt

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SHOPPING

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CITYQUARTIER FÜNF HÖFE

Since 1993, the centre of Munich houses a true

temple of shops, offices, and exhibits: the

CityQuarter FÜNF HÖFE (five courts). Besides

numerous cafes and brand-name stores, you will

also find the Kunsthalle Munich, Wittenbrink Gallery

and the CEDON MuseumShop.

Theatinerstrasse 15

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KARLSPLATZ-STACHUS

The name "Stachus" - what Munich locals like to call

K a r l s p l a t z S q u a r e - r e f e r s b a c k t o

"Stachus-Garden", the restaurant which used to be

located where you can now find the Kaufhof.

Around Karlsplatz Square, visitors find many shops

and restaurants. Pass through the Karls-Gate and

enter the pedestrian-zone of Neuhauser Street.

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NEUHAUSER STRASSE

Neuhauser Street connects Stachus Square to the

city centre and Marienplatz Square. Here you will

find many "typical" stores and an array of hospitality

businesses. At Hirmer Department Store,

Neuhauser Street transitions seamlessly into

Kaufinger Street.

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KAUFINGERSTRASSE

The shops in Kaufinger Street offer fashion and

international style above all. Kaufinger Street is

currently the most visited and also most expensive

shopping area in Germany. Many fashion houses

have a presence here. Kaufinger Street ends at

Marienplatz Square.

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MAXIMILIANSTRASSE

Maximilian Street is not only home to the luxurious

Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten (Four Seasons), but offers

visitors everything and anything that is beautiful

and expensive.

The pompous boulevard was named after

Maximilian II, King of Bavaria. This luxury-strip in

M u n i c h l i n e s u p i n t e r n a t i o n a l b r a n d

representations.

Maximilianstraße 17 (Adresse des Hotels)

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PUBLIC TRANSPORT

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TAGESKARTEN

Discovering Munich in your own car can truly ruin

your mood. For public transportation, the Munich

Verkehrs- und Tarifverbund offers very reasonably

priced single- and group-day-tickets.

Especially the group-day-ticket is a sensation. This

ticket can be purchased valid for one or three

days. It is important to note that it is valid until 6:00

am of the following or the fourth day. It is not a

24-hour-ticket. With the group-day-ticket, groups of

up to 5 adults or 10 children can explore the city.

Further information and other special offers for an

environmentally conscious city tour can be found

on the Website of Munich Verkehrs- and

Tarifverbund: www.mvv-muenchen.de

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BUSSES

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LIGHT RAILWAY

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TRAM

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McMeyersworld

Brüderstraße 9

20355 Hamburg

+49 040 357 53 60

www.mcmeyersworld.de

Salzwedeler Bahntouristik e.K.

Bahnhofstraße 7

29410 Salzwedel

+49 3901 47 73 92

TITANIC Kopfbahnhof Inh. ATR

GmbH.

Yorckstraße 48

10965 Berlin

+49 30 236 38 310

TITANIC Reisen Inh. ATR GmbH.

Oppelner Straße 7

10997 Berlin

+49 30 611 29 797

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ITALY

ÖBB tickets, international tickets and reservation services are available from

selected travel agencies, tourism associations and other ÖBB partners in Italy

and abroad.

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www.obb-italia.com

DB-ÖBB Ticketbüro Milano

Via Napo Torriani, 29

TDB-ÖBB Ticketbüro Verona

Verona Porta Nuova

Piazza XXV Aprile

DB-ÖBB Ticketbüro Bozen

Via della Stazione, 1

ATVO Ticketbüro Venezia Mestre

Via Cappuccina 183

Ve. Mestre

Agentur 365Venezia Santa Lucia

Grandi Biglietterie s.r.l.

Venezia S.Lucia

Biglietteria Servizi Urbani Udine

Viale Europa Unita, 95

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SWITZERLAND

ÖBB tickets, international tickets and reservation services are available from

selected travel agencies, tourism associations and other ÖBB partners in

Switzerland and abroad.

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Bahnhofreisebüro Wipkingen AG

Dammstraße 54

CH-8037 Zürich

+41 44 440 47 21

www.bahnhofreisebuero.ch

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GREAT BRITAIN

ÖBB tickets, international tickets and reservation services are available from

selected travel agencies, tourism associations and other ÖBB partners in Great

Britain and abroad.

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DB Vertrieb GmbH.

Suites 6/8 The Sanctuary

23, Oakhill Grove

KT6 6DU Surbiton (London)

+44 8718 80 80 66

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IMPRESSUM

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THE TEAM

This eBook was made possible by the kind support of City of Munich Tourism and the Austrian Federal Railways OBB.

SOURCES

All photographs and texts by Rudolf J. Strutz, Travel information: OBB.

COPYRIGHT

The eBook is created under the Creative Commons License: Attribution and Noncommercial and

NoDerivatives.

© AuVi - Rudolf J. Strutz 2021

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