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    Family Friendly
  2. Cultural
    Cultural
  3. Sightseeing
    Sightseeing
  4. Day Trips
    Day Trips
  5. Museums
    Museums
  6. Active
    Active
  7. Food & Drink
    Food & Drink
  8. At Night
    At Night
  1. Rainy Day
  2. Sports

Top 10 attractions in Munich

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  1. Marienplatz
    1 Marienplatz
  2. Deutsches Museum
    2 Deutsches Museum
  3. BMW Museum
    3 BMW Museum
  4. Allianz Arena
    4 Allianz Arena
  1. 5 Munich Residence
  2. 6 Nymphenburg Palace
  3. 7 Oktoberfest
  4. 8 Olympiapark, Munich
  5. 9 Englischer Garten
  6. 10 Viktualienmarkt
Munich, Germany,Germany

Travelers to Munich, Germany, have a wide range of options for activities. Munich is known for the famous fall festival known as Oktoberfest, which draws more than six million people to the city every year. The city's beautiful scenery and historical sites are sure to entice travelers from all over.

One of the best ways to explore Munich is by walking tour. Travelers who want to take advantage of Munich's reputation as beer capital of the world can tour the beer halls and breweries and sample the best beers and bratwurst in the world. One of the places tourists will enjoy visiting is the Hofbrauhaus, Munich's most famous brewery.

Tourists who enjoy viewing the majesty of castles will enjoy the nearby palace at Neuschwanstein. Located in the countryside in beautiful Bavaria, this palace was envisioned by Germany's famous King Ludwig. Visitors will enjoy touring this important historical residence and the nearby beer garden.

The area around Munich is replete with historical sites, including those made infamous by the Third Reich. The concentration camp memorial at Dachau lures many tourists, who are able to see the prisoners' registration area and barracks.