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Liebergesellstraße 8
80538 Munich, Germany
+49 89 233 00

This is one of the biggest inner-city parks in the world, offering a variety of activities for locals and tourists alike. For starters, take a row boat on the lake, Kleinhesseloher See, or visit the Chinesischer Turm beer garden and order a Bavarian pretzel.

Photograph courtesy of Bayerische Schlösserverwaltung



Prinzregentenstraße 1
80538 Munich, Germany
+49 89 211 271 13

Haus der Kunst is a key center for contemporary art, from Mel Bochner to Ai Weiwei. After a visit go to the beautiful Goldene Bar for a freshly baked tart.

Photograph courtesy of Maximilian Geuter



Luisenstraße 33
80333 Munich, Germany
+49 89 238 052 286

This gallery is known for its collection of paintings from the Blue Rider movement in the early 20th century, which included artists like Paul Klee, Gabriele Münter and Wassily Kandinsky.

Photograph by Harald Biebel/Dreamstime



Theresienstraße 35
80333 Munich, Germany
+49 89 238 052 286

In Kunstareal, Munich’s museum district, the Brandhorst collection stands out for its works by Andy Warhol and Jeff Koons as well as its colorful exterior. On your way out stop by the museum shop, which has a remarkable selection of illustrated books.

Photograph courtesy of Museum Brandhorst