Located at the foot of the Bavarian Alps, Munich immediately charms with its lively atmosphere and cultural wealth. Popular for its many monuments, museums and parks, Munich is a city where the relaxed way of life is no legend.
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Paulaner am Nockherberg
A famous institution in Munich. You will enjoy yourselves experiencing Bavarian specialities in a unique setting.
An original Bavarian tavern with its large terrace, bar and music where you can enjoy traditional dishes.
Tierpark Hellabrunn Zoo
Arranged by geographical zone, this animal park shelters as wide a variety of animals: Australian kangaroos, Siberian tigers and polar bears … In all, more than 4,500 animals and nearly 460 species can be admired.
One of the largest circuses of the world has established itself, with 5,000 seats, in Munich. Created in 1905, the circus is an immense village where more than 400 people and 250 animals live. Its magnificent spectacles will charm the young children.
The Toy Museum
Re-living the past for parents and a fairytale for children! Located in the old tower of the Town Hall, this museum, famous for its chiming clock, offers a very beautiful collection of old toys and stuffed toys as well as a puppet theatre.
The Deutsches Museum
This science museum offers a journey in time through the discovery of various scientific and technical objects and how they work. Transport, physics, chemistry, music, data processing, robotics… there is a broad variety of disciplines.
The English Garden
This is one of the largest parks in the world. Inspired by English gardens, it is an excellent place to relax with the family. At the top of Monopteros Hill, the highest point of the park, there is a splendid view of Munich and its surroundings!
The Botanical Garden
Located in the park of Nymphenburg Palace, a world-famous romantic wonder, the garden sees more than 400,000 visitors each year. The alpine garden, the spring garden, the rose garden, the greenhouse and its superb orchids… a festival of colors and scents.