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Germany is the 3rd largest city in Germany after Munich, Berlin, and Hamburg, where you can come by purchasing a flight ticket. The touristic structures found here are generally historical artifacts and there are many places to visit. The city has an airport named Munich Franz Josef Strauss. For guests who want to go to the center from here, the train stations organize reciprocal flights every 15 minutes. Those who do not want to use the train can go to the center by bus.


Places to Visit in Munich


You can have an unforgettable experience full of museums, churches, and architectural works in Munich, which is popular due to its historical and cultural structure.
Home to the world's largest beer festival, Munich is more lively than other cities in Germany. The magnificent churches located here offer an unforgettable trip for those who love the baroque architectural style. There are many historical buildings in Munich.


Asamkirche (Asam Church)


Asamkirche, also known as Asam Church, is located inside the buildings on Sendlingerstraße, where Munich's shopping centers are concentrated. It is one of the Baroque churches and is a private chapel built in 1746 by two brothers for the glory of God and the salvation of the builders.
It is ideal for individuals who like church architectural structures, only the lobby section is open to visitors.


Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall)


This building, which has a flat façade and is therefore thought to be the new town hall by many, is the oldest town hall in Munich. This remarkable building is 400 years older than the new town hall.
Located on the eastern wing of Marienplatz and witnessing many historical events, this building, like many other buildings in Munich, was destroyed by the Second World War. It was damaged during World War II.


Neuses Rathaus (New Town Hall)


Neuses Rathaus, one of the most magnificent buildings in the center of Munich, is the new town hall. This building, the construction of which was completed in 1905, has 400 rooms that are invisible from the outside and more than 600 employees working in these rooms.
There is an instrument called Carillion in the tower of the building and it gives people a wonderful viewing pleasure with the magnificent show it offers to the visitors. Tickets must be purchased from the information center to watch the show, which starts at 05:00 PM in the evening. There are hotels around this building in the center where you can stay in Munich.


st. Peter's Church


Munich is a city famous for having many churches. One of the most beautiful churches among these churches is St. Peter's Church. This structure, built in 1158, was completely burned in a fire in 1327. After the fire, another gothic structure was built in its place. However, II. This structure, which was destroyed during World War II, was also badly damaged. When you enter the church, it feels like a museum rather than a place of worship. Its 91-square meter tower attracts the attention of tourists.


Viktualienmarkt (Marketplace)


Located close to Marienplatz, the Viktualienmarkt is Munich's most famous Marketplace, with numerous stalls such as vegetable vendors and soup shops. There are also semi-open venues in the Marketplace where you can consume local foods unique to Munich. The sculptures made by the artists in the square add cultural richness to this area. Viktualienmarkt is open from 08:00 AM to 08:00 PM every day of the week except Sundays.


Sendlinger Tor


Today, only the arch, the main gate and the two side towers remain of the Sendlinger Tor, which is the southern gate among the three gothic gates in Munich during the Middle Ages. Still, it is a place worth seeing.
Sendlinger Tor, which is the intersection of many subways, is an ideal place for those who want to shop. You can shop at Sendlinger Tor, where you can go with Germany flight ticket deals.


Hofbrahaus Restaurant


One of the most famous taverns in Munich, Hofbrahaus Restaurant is most famous for its fried chicken and beer. Its wooden tables, which feel like they are in a medieval inn, have a very authentic and historical atmosphere. It is open every day of the year and is often crowded. Traditional dishes of Munich are served. It is among the places to go to get to know the Bavarian culture closely.


Bayerische Staatsoper Opera


It is a magnificent Munich State Opera house where opera and ballet performances are held. From time to time, different events are also held here. It is possible to come here by purchasing tickets online.


Residenz Munchen


The largest city palace in Germany is Residenz Munchen. This place, which has decorations in its rooms, old royal collections, and a wonderful architectural structure, fascinates visitors. The building has a total of 130 rooms and three main sections.
siegestor
Siegestor, a monumental city gate in Munich, has an interesting architectural structure. There are reliefs depicting war scenes on the building, which was built in the Arch or Constantine style in Rome in the 1840s.


Frauenkirche


Frauenkirche, also known as the Munich Cathedral, was built between 1468 and 1488. Due to the financial difficulties that arose during the construction of the church, different sections were completed at different times.
A large part of the decorations in the interior II. It was a road during World War II. Despite this, the 'Devil's Foot' at the entrance managed to remain unharmed.


English Garden


One of the largest parks in Europe and located in Munich, the English Garden was built in 1789 for public use on the banks of the Isar River. In this park, which covers an area of ​​3700 square meters, guests have a pleasant time. It is a frequently preferred park for cycling, resting, and walking.


Nymphenburg Palace


Located 5 km northwest of the Old City, this palace was built in 1664 as a summer residence. The house, on which many additions were made until 1758, is now described as a palace.
Until the 1918 Revolution, this building belonged to the Wittelsbach Family. After this event, the ownership of this baroque-style building has passed to the public and the family, which is the former owner, has a limited right of residence. There are hotels in the vicinity where you can stay in Munich. This building is a place where many domestic and foreign tourists come every season.


Deutsches Museum


The Deutsches Museum, the largest museum in the world in the fields of science and technology, was founded in 1903 by the German Chamber of Engineers. Built on an island on the Isar River, this museum has more than 100000 objects appealing to individuals of all ages. This large cultural facility has many interactive sections. In some of these sections, information is given about window film and paper making. Apart from these, information is given in the fields of cave paintings, microelectronics, and astronomy. Visitors to the museum have the chance to examine some of the most important works of German engineering.


Olympiapark & ​​Olympiaturm


A Munich flight ticket can be purchased to visit this building, which was built for the 1972 Summer Olympics. This is also known as an Olympic park where military parades were once held. There are places in the park that appeal to everyone, such as the Olympic stadium and Sea Life.


Munich Stadtmuseum


This gothic-style building, which was used as a barn and armory when it was first built, was built in 1888 and is open to visitors today. In this cultural facility, historical information about Munich is explained to guests in a creative way.
In the museum, objects are exhibited in sections divided into 6 different themes. Urban culture and city history are the focal point. Apart from this, information is given about movements such as Socialism and music. This museum, which can be visited with Germany flight ticket deals, offers a historical and cultural experience to the visitors.







 

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