Viktualienmarkt is Munich’s daily food market and an important event venue, located adjacent to the historic city center.

The name of the marketplace, which was opened in 1807, comes from … Jatka lukemista →

Tollwood Festival

Tollwood festival is a winter event in Munich, organized from 1988, featuring circus, varietee shows, cabaret, and Christmas market with 200 sellers.

The annual festival takes place from late November … Jatka lukemista →


Theatinerkirche is an Italian Baroque style church in central Munich, and a famous religious landmark in the city…together with Frauenkirche and Peterskirche.

The church was built as a votive — … Jatka lukemista →


Siegestor (“Victory Gate”) is a triumphal arch in Munich, famously crowned by a lion-quadriga.

A commission to build the triumphal arch originated from King Ludwig I, who had architect Friedrich … Jatka lukemista →

Sea Life Aquarium

Sea Life aquarium in Munich is part of world’s largest chain of aquariums, providing an easy, entertaining, and educative way to learn about oceans and sea life.

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Schleissheim Palace

Schleissheim palace is a palatial complex of three buildings and their Baroque gardens, historically used by the Bavarian rulers as a summer residence.

The palace has origins from the reign … Jatka lukemista →

Residenz Munich

Residenz Munich is a historical administrative palace, used by the Bavarian dukes, prince-electors, and kings from 1508-1918.

The palace has its origins on ‘Neuveste‘ fortress at this same … Jatka lukemista →

Pinakothek der Moderne

Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich is one of the most popular European modern and contemporary art museums.

The museum building, a design by architect Stephan Braunfels, was opened to the … Jatka lukemista →

Paulskirche Munich

Paulskirche Munich (‘St Paul kirche’), is a Gothic Revival style Catholic church, located next to Theresienwiese.

The church was built in response to the spiritual needs of the rapidly growing … Jatka lukemista →