The starter home of the Wittelsbach family with origins in the 12th century, the Bavarian rulers moved out of this super central palace...
Even teetotalling, uber-cool kitsch-haters will at some point gravitate, out of simple curiosity, to the Hofbräuhaus, the world's most...
Schatzkammer der Residenz
The Residenzmuseum entrance also leads to the Schatzkammer der Residenz, a veritable banker's bonus worth of jewel-encrusted bling of...
Considered one of the best opera companies in the world, the Bavarian State Opera puts the emphasis on Mozart, Strauss and Wagner but...
The Munich branch of this British organic food buffet enjoys a superb setting in the white-washed cellars of the Zerwirk building. The...
Lonely Planet review
The former Münzhof (mint) has a pretty courtyard, remarkable for its three-storey Renaissance arcades dating from 1567. An inscription on the western side of the building reads Moneta Regis (Money Rules), particularly apt words for this well-heeled part of Europe. The building now houses the agency charged with protecting Bavaria's many historical monuments.