Corking up Odeonsplatz's south side is Friedrich von Gärnter's Feldherrnhalle, modelled on the Loggia dei Lanzi in Florence. It honours...
The famous Antiquarium is a barrel-vaulted hall smothered in frescoes and built to house the Wittelsbachs' enormous antique collection....
Tours of the Residenzmuseum soon take you to the Grottenhof (grotto court), home of the wonderful Perseusbrunnen (Perseus Fountain),...
Lonely Planet review
The mustard-yellow Theatinerkirche, built to commemorate the 1662 birth of Prince Max Emanuel, was dreamed up by Swiss architect Enrico Zuccalli. Also known at St Kajetan's, it's a voluptuous design with two massive twin towers flanking a giant cupola. Inside, an intensely ornate dome lords over the Fürstengruft (royal crypt), the final destination of several Wittelsbach rulers, including King Maximilian II.