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Munich, Germany

The vibrant city with a small-town charm

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We offer flights to Munich, Munich International. Buy your ticket here and travel to Munich, a city full of fine culture, striking architecture and more.

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The arts and culture scene in Munich is second to none in Germany!

Besides being the land of Lederhosen and annual Oktoberfest beer celebration, Munich is also known for its vibrant arts and culture scene.

Munich Residenz: The Munich Residenz, the former seat of government and residence of the Bavarian dukes, electors, and kings from 1508 to 1918, is the largest city palace in Germany. It contains 10 courtyards and 130 rooms, including the must-see Italian Renaissance Grotto Courtyard and Antiquarium banquet. The Residenz also features royal art collections from the Renaissance, early Baroque, Rococo and Neoclassicism eras. Prepare for an exquisite experience!

Art Museums in Kunstareal: The three Pinakothek art galleries form one of the finest clusters of art museums in Europe. The Alte Pinakothek, one of the oldest galleries in the world, features art collections from the 14th through the 18th centuries. Meanwhile, the Neue Pinakothek displays art ranging from Rococo to Art Nouveau and the Pinakothek der Moderne offers works by Picasso and Warhol. Put on your best beret and make like an artist as you pore over centuries of artworks!

Marienplatz: Marienplatz, located in the heart of Munich, has remained the city’s main square since 1158. It formerly served as the site for medieval jousting tournaments and markets. Marienplatz is dominated by the colossal New Town Hall (Neues Rathaus) and the Old Town Hall (Altes Rathaus). Don’t miss out on the famous 100-year old clock, Glockenspiel, housed in the tower of the Neues Rathaus, as its mechanical figures dance and joust daily at 11 am and noon!

A plethora of attractions in Munich to travel to – from natural to sports and automotive

When you fly to Munich the must-see attractions are many, but we’ve narrowed it down to these:

English Garden: One of the largest urban parks in the world, the English Garden was given its name on account of its layout in the style of an English park. The number of leisure activities carried out here is limitless. Watch a Japanese tea ceremony at the Japanese teahouse, play a recreational soccer game, cycle or jog on the 78-kilometer-long network of paths or even visit the beer garden!

Olympic Park: An international event, sports arena and recreational center, the Olympic Park covers 2.7 million square meters. The massive network of architectural buildings accommodated the Summer Olympics in 1972, and now hosts an array of major events and concerts. Enjoy breathtaking views of the capital of Bavaria from the 290-meter high Olympic Tower.

BMW Museum and BMW Welt: Built in 1973, the bowl-shaped BMW Museum showcases the history, philosophy, and future of BMW as well as the technical development of cars and motorcycles. Just across from the BMW headquarters sits the BMW Welt, a fancy dealership showroom of BMW Group products, such as BMW, MINI, and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. Visitors can learn about the latest BMW models, book a test drive or even order a new BMW!

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