Discover The Most Famous Sites In Munich

Munich is the capital of the State of Bavaria and the third largest city in Germany. It is well known for its culture, architecture and "Okoberfest" (the annual celebration of beer). On all major streets there are bike paths, so it is safe and easy to bike to travel around the city. In Munich there are several interesting monuments to visit as many museums, art galleries, concert halls and historic buildings.

Munich's famous attractions are:

The Alte Pinakothek is one of the largest museums in Europe. It houses a large collection of paintings. This collection contains 800 paintings of famous European painters of the 14th century until the 18th century paintings of the museum are: Dürer "Four Apostles"; Rogier van der "columba-altar" Weyden, "Battle of Alexander at Issus" Altdorfer;. "Pieta" by Botticelli and "Self-portrait with his wife" Rubens "The Neue Pinakothek is the century museum of paintings and sculptures of 19 Munich. The collection consists mainly of romantic German and french Impressionists. Goya, Manet, Renoir and Cezanne are some of the artists who work are exposed.

The Deutsches Museum contains over 13 acres of exhibitions containing invaluable original machines and equipment, models and reconstructions, from classical mechanics to telecommunications, from a coal mine reconstructed in real size for travel space technology. Make the museum one of the largest museums of technology and natural sciences in the world. The live demonstrations and hands-on learning aids are fun and informative for visitors.

Built for the Olympic Games in 1972 with its roof tent covering 75,000 square meters, the Olympic Park has become a known landmark in Munich. This landscaped park contains sport facilities, lakes, bicycle paths, concert halls, restaurants and a football stadium. The Oktoberfest takes place every year in late September and lasts until early October. You can also visit a giant amusement park, shows the side and souvenir shops. This makes the Munich Oktoberfest the largest festival in the world.
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