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Arts & Culture

Munich became one of Europe’s leading art metropolises as early as during the reign of King Ludwig I. Today, the Kunstareal art district –home to the two Pinakothek art museums and Königsplatz among other attractions, as well as world-famous buildings such as the Residenz palace and the Nationaltheater – ensures that the Bavarian capital remains one of the most significant international cultural locations to this day.

Video: Arts & Culture

00:01 Pinakothek der Moderne | 00:02 Alte Pinakothek | 00:04 Neue Pinakothek | 00:06 Schloss Nymphenburg | 00:08 Museum Brandhorst | 00:10 Residenz | 00:12 Deutsches Museum | 00:14 Alte Pinakothek | 00:16 Pinakothek der Moderne | 00:18 Neue Pinakothek | 00:20 Paläontologisches Museum | 00:25 Deutsches Museum | 00:27 Theatinerkirche | 00:29 Cuvilliés-Theater | 00:31 Alte Pinakothek | 00:35 Residenz | 00:36 Frauenkirche | 00:40 Residenz | 00:45 Treasury of the Residenz | 00:49 Antiquarium in the Residenz | 00:53 Deutsches Museum | 00:55 Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität | 00:59 Pinakothek der Moderne | 01:00 Antiquarium in the Residenz | 01:02 Deutsches Museum | 01:06 Pinakothek der Moderne | 01:09 Deutsches Museum | 01:12 BMW Welt | 01:16 BMW Museum | 01:20 Klassik am Odeonsplatz | 01:27 Frauenkirche

 

 

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Coronavirus

Holidays in Munich are finally possible again! Hotels and guesthouses can welcome guests again, museums and galleries are open, guided tours are possible, and gastronomy is allowed to serve guests inside and outside. Strict hygiene regulations apply to all attractions and service providers. All important information about the coronavirus and your stay in Munich can be found here. See you soon in Munich!