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#1
Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle is a 19th-century Romanesque revival castle building perched on top of a hill above the village of Hohenschwangau near Füssen in southwest Bavaria, Germany. The palace was commissioned by Ludwig II of Bavaria and was inspired by the works of Richard Wagner and German fairytales.

4.7 (539 reviews)
#2
Munich Bus Tours

Discover Munich: An Unforgettable Journey Awaits!

4.3 (60 reviews)
#3
Allianz Arena

Allianz Arena, home to FC Bayern Munich, in Munich is a 75,000-seater football stadium. Germany's second-largest football stadium, its revolutionary luminous exterior can create spectacular effects. But the main action is inside, where FC Bayern Munich - Germany's most successful football club, plays their home matches.

4.4 (18 reviews)
#4
TimeRide Munich

TimeRide Munich is a virtual-reality attraction located in the Old Town of Munich. The nearest train and metro station is Munich Marienplatz station.

4.4 (40 reviews)
#5
Munich City Tours

Explore the city's iconic sights, architecture, and culture

4.5 (23 reviews)
#6
SEA LIFE Munich

SEA LIFE Munich is an aquarium that's home to a large number of shark species, and marine life from around the globe. It is located on the north side of the Olympiasee, roughly three minutes from the Olympiaturm.

4.5 (76 reviews)
#7
Nymphenburg Palace

The Nymphenburg Palace in Munich, Germany, exudes Baroque splendor and hosts an array of events, from classical concerts to art exhibitions, giving visitors a blend of history and contemporary creativity. Its elegant halls and gardens provide a beautiful backdrop for celebrations, including galas and historical reenactments.

#8
Fernsehturm Stuttgart

When the SWR Television Tower opened in Stuttgart in 1956, it stood out in more ways than one: it was the first television tower in the world to be built of reinforced concrete, it represented a new type of structure as the first broadcasting tower to have an observation platform and a restaurant, and it was one of the highest buildings worldwide, with a height of 217 metres. It is state capital's most prominent landmark, firmly anchored not only in the cityscape but also in the hearts of Stuttgart's inhabitants. The observation decks at a height of 150 m and 153 m offer a unique, 360° panoramic view over Stuttgart and the vineyards of the Neckar Valley as far as the Swabian Alb and the Black Forest. The view from Stuttgart's highest lookout point is an unforgettable experience at any time of year. Catering is provided at the Panorama Café in the tower pod and the restaurant at the foot of the tower whose terrace is an inviting place to linger in the summer months.

4.2 (5 reviews)
#9
Day Trips from Munich

Experience Bavaria - Explore, Discover, and Create Memories!

4.6 (7 reviews)
#10
Cuvilliés Theater

In one of the most beautiful and important rococo theaters in Europe, where Mozart conducted the premiere of his opera "Idomeneo" and where Napoleon attended a performance of Don Giovanni as a guest on the occasion of Bavaria's elevation to a kingdom in 1806, you can experience concerts with the renowned Residenz Soloists. The ensemble, consisting of the Residence Soloists and members of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra and the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, performs selected masterpieces of the classical period.

5 (1 review)