St Nikolai was first built in 1315 in Gothic style only to go all baroque three centuries later. Outside the prim church ensemble of St...
The Asamkirche may be more sumptuous, but the Klosterkirche St Anna is actually a collaboration of the rococo era's top dogs; Johann...
One of Munich's top cultural venues, the Kulturzentrum Gasteig caused quite a controversy a generation ago due to its postmodern, boxy,...
Jazzclub Unterfahrt im Einstein
Join a diverse crowd at this long-established, intimate club for a mixed bag of acts ranging from old bebop to edgy experimental. The...
With its dramatic mood lighting and sexy crowd, this big-city spot delivers so much eye candy, it's hard to focus on the...
Max-Planck-Strasse 1 · interesting places nearby
Maximilianstrasse culminates in the glorious Maximilianeum, completed in 1874, a decade after Max II's sudden death. It's an imposing structure, drawn like a theatre curtain across a hilltop, bedecked with mosaics, paintings and other artistic objects. It's framed by an undulating park called the Maximiliananlagen, which is a haven for cyclists in summer and tobogganists in winter.