If you're a fan of classical art or simply enjoy the sight of naked guys without noses (or other pertinent body parts), make a beeline...
Complementing the Glyptothek, the Antikensammlungen is an engaging showcase of exquisite Greek, Roman and Etruscan antiquities. The...
Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus
Late 19th-century portraitist Franz von Lenbach used his fortune to build a fabulous Tuscan-style home, which his widow later sold to...
Münchner Theater für Kinder
Children's performances year-round.
Israeli food gets a gourmet twist at this elegant restaurant with stucco ornamented ceiling, fresh flowers and complexion-friendly...
Lonely Planet review
Nothing less than the Acropolis in Athens provided the inspiration for Leo von Klenze's imposing Königsplatz, commissioned by Ludwig I and anchored by a Doric-columned Propyläen gateway and two temple-like museums. The Nazis added a few buildings of their own and used the square for their mass parades. Only the foundations of these structures remain at the eastern end of the square, rendered unrecognisable by foliage. Peaceful and green today, the square comes alive in summer during concerts and open-air cinema.