Though pocket sized, the late-baroque Asamkirche, built in 1746, is as rich and epic as a giant's treasure chest. Its creators, the...
Small groups, qualified teachers and courses running throughout the day.
Coming to terms with its Nazi past has not historically been a priority in Munich, which is why the opening of the Jewish Museum in 2007...
This sprawling place has a less raucous atmosphere and superior food to the usual offerings. Altogether it’s a much more authentic...
This place is proof, if any were needed, that the vegetarian experience has left the sandals, beards and lentils era. Occupying a former...
Brunnstrasse 4 · interesting places nearby
Lemar provides an excellent introduction to this little-known but tasty cuisine, serving scrumptious Afghan dishes such as spicy lentil soup, chicken kebabs, fried basmati rice with raisins and pistachios, and mantu (pasta balls filled with meat and yoghurt). Rave reviews from all who eat in the authentic cushion-strewn dining space mean bookings may be necessary.