23 Best Places to Visit in Munich + 2 Day Itinerary & Travel Tips – The Globetrotting Detective

23 Best Places to Visit in Munich + 2 Day Itinerary & Travel Tips – The Globetrotting Detective

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4. BEST THINGS TO DO IN MUNICH IN 2 DAYS with DETAILED ITINERARY

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4. 1. BEST THINGS TO DO IN MUNICH IN 2 DAYS- DAY 1

This is a very intense plan. It’s only possible if you start your day early.

I recommend this plan also if you just take a day trip to Munich. You can just take the first day for your day trip.

The best places to visit in Munich and the best things to see in Munich are collected for you here. Each of them is shortly described and then you can read practical information (how to get there, opening hours, entrance fee, etc.) about each place I recommend.

You can change the order of the places to visit but this order is actually the most logical order.

Now, let’s see what to do in Munich in 2 days including the best things to see in Munich.

1. MARIENPLATZ

Marienplatz is basically the heart of Munich. It’s been the city’s central square of the city since 1158. In the middle ages, it was the place where markets were set up and tournaments were organized.

Today, it’s the place for shopping, eating out, and meeting friends. Moreover, in winter, three weeks before Christmas you will find here one of the most beautiful Christmas markets in the world, the Christkindlmarkt.

Marienplatz features some of the most beautiful buildings in Munich: the Old City Hall (Altes Rathaus) and the New City Hall (Neues Rathaus).

The elaborate architecture and beauty of Marienplatz in Munich – 2-day Munich itinerary

2. OLD CITY HALL

The Old City Hall is a council hall with a ballroom and tower designed and built in Gothic style. Today, it’s used for representative purposes by the city council.

Magical moments at sunrise in Munich, Bavaria – 2-day Munich itinerary

3. NEW CITY HALL

The New Town Hall was built in Neo-Gothic architectural style and was finished in 1905. Today, this is where you can find the city government including the city council.

The coolest thing about the New City Hall is that you can go up to its tower which offers a stunning view over the historic center of Munich. You can reach the viewing platform with an elevator.

If you are interested in the history of the city hall and Munich, join the tour organized by the city hall.

New City Hall at Marienplatz in Munich, Germany – 2-day Munich itinerary

4. MUNICH LAW LIBRARY (JURISTISCHE BIBLIOTHEK)

The Munich Law Library (Juristische Bibliotech), located in the building of the New City Hall, is the most exquisite library in Munich. The library, as you can see it today in the city hall, has been there since 1906. The most fascinating element of the 9-meter (30 feet) high reading hall is the gold wrought-iron spiral staircases and balustrades.

Generally, it’s not open to the public. But you can see the beautiful reading room of the law library if you join the New City Hall tour on Saturday.

5. RATHAUS GLOCKENSPIEL

One of the attractions of Marienplatz is the Rathaus-Glockenspiel built in the tower of the New City Hall.  It’s a carillon with 43 bells chiming and 32 figures re-enacting stories from the 16th century every day at 11 am and 12 pm, as well as at 5 pm from March to October.

The upper part of the carillon shows a joust organized for the wedding of Duke Wilhelm V to Renate of Lothringen in 1568.

As for the lower carillon, it’s a dance performance, called the Coopers’ Dance (Schäfflertanz) which is a famous dance of Munich from the 19th century. This dance was meant to lift the spirit of the people in Munich after suffering from a severe plague (1515 – 1517).

Mary’s Column and the New City Hall’s Glockenspiel carillon at Marienplatz in Munich – 2-day Munich itinerary

6. MARY’S COLUMN

In the middle of the square,  you will find Mary’s Column (Mariensäule) which was erected in 1638 to commemorate the end of Swedish occupation which took place in the Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648), one of the most devastating conflicts in the history of Europe.

On the top of the monument, you can see the golden statue of the Virgin Mary who is not only the Queen of Heaven but also the Protector of Bavaria.

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Glockenspiel in action: 11 am and 12 pm, as well as at 5 pm from March to October
New City Hall Tower entrance fee: 4 € / adult, 3 € / pensioners & students, 1 € / for young people up to the age of 18 / free admission for children up to the age of 6
New City Hall Tower opening hours: Monday to Saturday: 10 am – 7 pm, Sundays & public holidays: 10 am – 5 pm
New City Hall tours: They are starting the tours in August 2021 on the weekend. Price: 18 €. Book, here!

7. ST. PETER’S CHURCH

St. Peter’s Church (Peterskirche) is a Roman Catholic church which is also called Old Pete (Alter Peter). It’s the oldest catholic church in Munich. The church has been there since the 8th century and monks lived there.  The building of the church was only built in the 12th century. It has been reconstructed many times since then.

The interior of the church is absolutely stunning ornamented with beautiful sculptures and paintings.

I have good news again. The St. Peter’s church has a 91-meter (299 ft) high tower. 306 steps lead you up to the top of the church tower. It offers one of the most magnificent views of the old town of Munich just like the tower of the New City Hall.

Top tip: Come before 11 am and 12 pm so that you can enjoy the Glockenspiel carillon in action from the tower.

Beautiful ceiling fresco in the St. Peter’s Church, Munich

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More frescoes above the high altar of St. Peter’s Church, Munich

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How to get there: By U-Bahn to the Marienplatz U-Bahn Station
Opening hours for the tower: Monday – Friday: 9 am to 6 pm. Saturday, Sunday & holidays: 10 am – 6 pm
Entrance fee for the church: free
Entrance fee for the tower: 3 € / adult, 2 € / student, 1 € / pupils (6-18 years), free admission for children under the age of 6

8. VIKTUALIENMARKT (FOOD MARKET)

Originally, it was a farmers’ market. But today it’s a cool market for gourmets. It hosts around 140 international stalls and shops that sell souvenirs, flowers, beers, wine, spices, cheese, fish, fresh juices, and so on.

Yes, it doesn’t only offer Bavarian products. You will find Hungarian, Italian, and Lebanese food stalls as well.

Other than Bavarian meals and drinks, my favorites are Turó Rudi from the Hungarian stall, Paprika Haus, falafel from the Lebanese stall, Sababa, and the fresh juice, called Arabische Träume (Arabic dreams), from of the fresh juice stalls.  If you don’t know what they are, just go, find them and try them. You’ll not regret it.

Bavarian beers at Viktualienmarkt in Munich

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Bavarian souvenirs at Viktualienmarkt in Munich

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The most delicious Hungarian sweet, Turó Rudi

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Hungarian delicacies at Viktualienmarkt 

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How to get there: By U-Bahn to the Marienplatz U-Bahn Station
Opening hours: Every day. Food, flower & souvenir stalls: 8 am – 8 pm. Biergarten: 9 am – 10 pm.

9. ASAM CHURCH

The Asam Church (Asamkirche), also called the St Johann Nepomuk Church, is a small Baroque church built in the 18th century.

The interior will literally leave you speechless. The complex ceiling fresco, gilt garland bearing cherubs, intricate carvings, and rich stuccos are the most mind-blowing elements of the church

The Asam Church featuring one of the masterpieces of C. D. Asam, the ceiling fresco, “Life of Saint Nepomuk”

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The Ornate and intricate Interior of the Asam Church is mind-blowing

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Spectacular frescoes in the Asam Church – Things to see in Munich – 2-day Munich itinerary

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How to get there: 7 minutes on foot from Viktualienmarkt
Opening hours:  Every day. 9 am – 6 pm.
Entrance fee: free

10. ST. MICHAEL’S CHURCH

St. Michael’s Church (St. Michael Kirche) is a Jesuit Church which is one of the orders of the Catholic Church. It was built in the 16th century in Renaissance style by William V, Duke of Bavaria. The most beautiful part of the church is its huge golden altar.

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How to get there: 6 minutes from the Asam Church
Opening hours:  Every day. Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday: 8 am – 7 pm, Friday: 10 am – 7 pm, Sunday: 7 am – 10:15 pm, Monday 10 am – 7 pm, Tuesday: 8 am – 8:15 pm
Entrance fee: free admission

St. Michael’s Church is gorgeous everywhere you look

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Hight altar in St. Michael’s Church, Munich

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11. CATHEDRAL OF OUR LADY

The Cathedral of Our Lady (Frauenkirche) is the most famous church in Munich. Its history goes back to as early as the 12 century. The original church was a Romanesque church. Today, you will see a gothic-style red-brick church that was completed in the 15th century,

The church’s two towers are undoubtedly Munich’s most important landmarks. These towers are almost 100 meters. The south tower is accessible to visitors. You can easily go up to the top by an elevator.

The interior of the church is quite simple compared to the Asam Church or the St. Michael’s church. Most of the interior was destroyed in World War II. But what remained, among other the Gothic nave and the colorful stained-glass windows are truly impressive.

Magical view over the Frauenkirche in Munich, Bavaria, Germany – 2-day Munich itinerary

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How to get there: 3 minutes from the St. Michael’s Church
Opening hours:  Every day. Monday – Saturday: 8 am – 5 pm, Sundays & bank holidays: 9:30 am – 5 pm
Entrance fee: free admission

12. MUNICH NATIONAL THEATHER

After your Bavarian meal, head towards Englischer Garten. On your way there, you will pass the National Theatre of Munich. It’s a historic opera house built at the beginning of the 19th century by the Bavarian King, Maximilian I.

It’s the place where you can enjoy not only theatrical performances but also opera and ballet.

Munich National Theater in Munich, Germany – 2-day Munich itinerary

13. ODEONSPLATZ

The next stop is Odeonsplatz. It is featured by three historical buildings: Feldherrnhalle, Theatine Church, and the Residenz.

Feldherrnhalle, commissioned by the Bavarian King, Ludwig I. in the 19th century,  is a monumental loggia honoring the Bavarian army.

It’s a popular meeting location for locals in Munich.

The Theatine Church (Theatinerkirche) was a Catholic Church built in the 17th century.  It’s an absolutely incredible piece of architecture. Its mustard-yellow Rococo facade, large dome, twin towers, and Italian high-Baroque style interior are seriously captivating.

Feldherrnhalle and Theatine Church at Odeonsplatz in Munich

Incredibly magnificent high-Baroque architecture in the Theatine Church in Munich – 2-day Munich itinerary

14. MUNICH RESIDENZ

Munich Residenz was the former royal palace of Bavaria’s Wittelsbach Monarcy. Being the largest city palace in Germany, it is home to 10 courtyards and 130 rooms.

This is definitely not to be missed. It’s a unique fusion of Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, and Neoclassicism.

The most important and interesting places are the Residenz Museum, the Treasury, and the Cuvilliés Theatre (Old Residence Theatre).

CUVILLIÉS THEATRE

The Cuvilliés Theatre itself is ornamented in gold and red, just like in the movies set in the 18th century. It’s totally mind-blowing. If you are into classical music, join a gala concert of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra.

ANTIQUARIUM

The 16th century Renaissance Antiquarium is the most iconic and spectacular hall in the building of the Residenz. It will take your breath away and leave you in absolute awe. If you are running out of time, you should at least see this Antiquarium. 

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How to get there: Next to Odeonsplatz, 3 minutes from Marienplatz
Opening hours:  Every day. Check the opening hours, here
Entrance fee: Residence Museum: 9 €, Treasury: 9 €, Cuvilliés Theatre: 5 €, Court Garden: free / Children under 18 & students: free

15. HOFGARTEN

After visiting the Residenz, you can make your way to Englischer Garten (English Garden) through the gorgeous Hofgarten. This garden was built in Italian Renaissance style in the 17th century.

In the middle of the garden, you will find a pavilion dedicated to Diana who is the goddess of hunters, crossroads, and the Moon in Roman and Greek Mythology.

Hofgarten München from above

Hofgarten München from the park

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How to get there: Next to Odeonsplatz, 10 minutes from Marienplatz
Opening hours:  24/7
Entrance fee: free

16. ENGLISCHER GARTEN

Englisher Garten (English Garden) is the largest park in Munich and one of the world’s largest urban public parks. It’s even larger than Central Park in NYC.

There is a lot to do and see in Englischer Garten. This beautiful green park is perfect for strolling around, picnic, cycling, playing football, swimming in the river, and sunbathing. In Englischer Garten, you can even find a nudist section for sunbathing naked.

As you enter Englischer Garten coming from Hofgarten, first you will spot the Eisbachwelle. The Eisbachwelle is an urban surfing spot in the Eisbach River for skilled and professional surfers. It’s a popular surfing spot for 40 years and it has become one of Munich’s top tourist attractions.

Just less than a minute away, you will find a lovely Japanese Tea House. And as you continue to discover Englischer Garten, you’ll see a lot of other amazing spots such as sparkling waterfalls, Apollo’s Temple, the Kleinhesseloher Lake, and the 5-level Chinese Tower (Chinesischer Turm).

The Chinese Tower is one of the best places in Munich to enjoy a big glass of Bavarian beer accompanied with a big fresh Bavarian Pretzel.

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How to get there: 3 minutes from Hofgarten, 20 minutes from Marienplatz
Opening hours:  24/7
Entrance fee: free

The Schwabinger Stream and the Japanese Tea House in the background

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Swans and ducks in Englischer Garten, Munich

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Sparkling stream with waterfall flowing through Englischer Garten

17. HOFBRÄUHAUS MUNICH

After visiting Munich’s most famous tourist attractions, it’s time for a big Bavarian feast accompanied by Bavarian folk music in Munich’s oldest beer hall. You might be very tired at the end of the day, but if you travel to Munich, you absolutely have to try this restaurant.

I would leave this as the last thing you do on your first day in Munich because it’s open until midnight. It’s an indoor restaurant. Therefore, it really doesn’t matter if you are there during the day or at night.

The Hofbräuhaus am Platzl was founded in the 16th century by the Duke of Bavaria, Wilhelm V. After World War II, Hofbräuhaus became Munich’s number one tourist attraction and the symbol of Munich’s hospitality.

Today, you can find Hofbräuhaus all over the world from Berlin to Dubai but this is where it all started.

If you are in the beer-making capital of Germany, you cannot miss a Maß (1 Liter) of craft beer in Hofbräuhaus. A Maß of Hofbräuhaus beer is 9,20 € and a liter Radler (beer with lemonade) is 8,90 €.  In Hofbräuhaus, not only the beer is insanely delicious but the food.

The most mouth-watering dishes from the Hofbräuhaus menu are the Surhaxe, a huge pickled knuckle of pork served with sauerkraut and horseradish, and the Original HB Sausage Platter with different types of sausages and sauerkraut. Each of these meals cost 12,90 €.

If you prefer something lighter, you should get a big Brezn (soft pretzel) with Obazda (cheese dip)!

Hofbräuhaus München from outside

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How to get there: 8 minutes from Frauenkirche / 3 minutes from Marienplatz
Opening hours:  Every day from 9 am to midnight
Entrance fee: free admission
Prices: Average 25 € for a meal and a beer

Author: Arthur Campbell