|by PAN MILL|
|4 Days in Munich|
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Are you visiting Munich for just 4 Days? Here is a Trip Itinerary on what to do and see during your stay.
Fly in to MUNICH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Do a walking Tour to see the Munich sites
Visit the Royal regalia of Bavaria exhibited in the Residenz
Residenz: 10 am-5 pm (last entry: 4 pm) - open daily
Residenz is in the City Center, between Odeonsplatz and Max-Joseph-Platz. Built in 1385, the Residenz was originally a small moated castle, and was gradually expanded by the Wittelsbach rulers who used it until 1918 as their residence and seat of government. The Residenz consists of three parts the Königsbau, the Alte Residenz and the Festsaalbau. A wing of the Festsaalbau contains the Cuvilliés Theatre since the reconstruction of the Residenz after World War II. It also houses the Herkulessaal (Hercules Hall), the primary concert venue for the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. Highlights of the Residenz are the Renaissance Antiquarium, the Baroque Ancestral Gallery and the royal regalia of Bavaria inside the treasury.
Frauenkirche (Dom zu Unserer Lieben Frau)
The cathedral that dominates with its 99 meter high twin towers the skyline of the Bavarian capital. It was built between 1468 to 1494 by Jörg von Halsbach and today it serves as the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Munich and Freising and seat of its Archbishop. The cathedral can hold approximately 20,000 people, and Catholic Mass is held regularly. The interior of the cathedral, which is among the largest hall churches in southern Germany, consists of the nave and two side aisles. The arches were designed by Heinrich von Straubing. Much of the interior was destroyed during WWII. An attraction that survived is the Teufelsschritt, or Devil's Footstep, at the entrance. This is a black mark resembling a footprint, which according to legend was where the devil stood when he curiously regarded and ridiculed the 'windowless' church that Halsbach had built.
Do a Day Tour from Munich to see the
Royal Castles of Neuschwanstein and Linderhof
Fly out of MUNICH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
German Travel phrasebook:
Yes. = Ja. (yah)
No. = Nein. (nine)
Hello. (informal) = Hallo. (hah-LOH)
Please. = Bitte. (BIT-tuh)
Thank you. = Danke sehr. (DAN-keh zayr)
Excuse me. (begging pardon) = Entschuldigung. (ent-SHUL-di-goong)
I can't speak German = ikh kahn nikht doytsh shprekhen)
Do you speak English? = Sprechen Sie englisch? (shprekhen zee ENG-lish?)
Help! = Hilfe! (HILL-fuh!)
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