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Castles and Cathedrals


Frauenkirche Munich

If you're interested in Castles and Cathedrals, you've come to the right place. Within the city itself are a number of Cathedrals like the famous Frauenkirche and in the surrounding area are some of the most spectacular castles in the world.

The most famous of which is undoubtably Neuschwanstein near the town of Füssen. It is said to be the castle that gave Walt Disney the inspiration for his fairy tale castles, and attractions millions of visitors each year.




 
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Bus 152 to St.-Jakobs-Platz

Tram 27 Tram 16 Tram 17 Tram 18 U1 U2 U3 U6 Bus 152 to Sendlinger Tor

Although not the oldest church in Munich, it is arguably one of the most impressive. Officially the Church of St Johann-Nepomuk, it is locally known as the Asamkirche (Asam Church), named after the two brothers that built it... read more >>
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Nymphenburg Palace is well renowned not only for the palace itself, but also for the 200 acres (80 hectares) of gardens that surround it. Over 300,000 people visit the grounds each year... read more >>
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U3 U6 S1 S2 S4 S5 S6 S7 S8 Bus 131 Bus 52 to Marienplatz

Bus 152 Bus 131 Bus 52 to Viktualienmarkt

Munich's oldest Church with it's famous steeple - Alte Peter - which can be climbed for a small fee... read more >>
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One of the most spectacular and famous castles in the world. Located close enough to Munich to allow a day trip, it is one of the most popular attractions in Bavaria and even Germany itself... read more >>
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Hohenschwangau Castle is the lesser known but no less spectacular sister of the famous Neuschwanstein Castle. Located near the traditional Bavarian town of Füssen, the castle is well worth visiting at the same time as it's more reknowned neighbour... read more >>
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Bus 56 Bus 143 Bus 160 to Schloss Blutenburg

Bus 143 to Blutenburg

Bus 143 Bus 56 to Bertha-von-Suttner-Weg

Bultenburg Castle was built as a hunting lodge for Duke Albert III of Bavaria in 1438. It is found in the west of Munich, on the banks of the river Würm which feeds the famous Starnbergersee... read more >>
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