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As Bavaria’s capital and Germany’s third-largest city, Munich is a meeting point for modern and traditional cultures. From centuries-old history and architecture to contemporary galleries and dynamic festivals, there’s something for everyone in this breathtaking city. Taking a break from sightseeing and enjoying luxurious spa treatments in Munich helps visitors rejuvenate during vacations.

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The centre of history and architecture: Altstadt-Lehel

© Sofitel Munich Bayerpost Located at the centre of the Altstadt-Lehel district, Marienplatz is one of Munich’s most stunning historical sights. Used for as a medieval market place when Munich was first established in 1158, today the square is an intersection of captivating neo-Gothic architecture and modern restaurants and bars. The iconic square is named after Mary’s Column, a sculpture of the Virgin Mary that’s stood in the square since 1638. In front of the New Town Hall’s main entrance, a small fountain from the Middle Ages called the Fischbrunnen (Fish Fountain) immediately catches the eye. Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall) is another example of the city’s magnificent Gothic architecture. Several times throughout the day, the New Town Hall’s glockenspiel chimes narrate two historic stories and enthral visitors. Altstadt-Lehel’s many attractions are best seen on foot, so visitors will want to bring their walking shoes. Or better yet, they could arrange for a massage and various other treatments to rest their weary feet at spa hotels in Munich.

Museums and art in Maxvorstadt

Maxvorstadt, recognised as Munich’s artistic, cultural and scientific centre, presents rich collections of artistry. Once the location of Franz Marc’s and Wassily Kandinsky’s studios, it now draws art enthusiasts with its many museums. At the Pinakothek, a selection of European masterworks from the 14th to the 18th centuries awaits, including the world’s largest Rubens collection. Meanwhile, the Glyptothek displays a splendid collection of Greek and Roman sculptures formerly owned by King Ludwig. Also, as Munich’s university district, Maxvorstadt is home to a variety of excellent restaurants and cafés offering low-priced, healthy dining options. They’re also the perfect place to recharge with some freshly pressed juice during sightseeing adventures.

The multicultural home of Oktoberfest: Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt

Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt, characterized by the coexistence of diverse cultures, has large Asian and Middle Eastern populations, and this diversity is reflected in the district’s restaurants and markets. However, the area may be most famous for its Oktoberfest celebrations, which attract thousands of visitors every year. Kicking off in mid-September, Oktoberfest is more than a beer festival – it promises a great opportunity to get acquainted with the Bavarian culture. And what better way to relax after those festivities than spending a day at a sauna? Many spa hotels offer promotions for Oktoberfest visitors wanting a more

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