Munich’s iconic Pinakothek der Moderne is a world-class modern art museum in the heart of the Bavarian capital. This artistic mecca actually unites four museums showcasing modern masters like Picasso, Dali, and Warhol alongside pioneering architecture and design. We can surely all agree that modern art is not for everyone, and is obviously subjective, but […]
Everything you need to know about Art in Munich.
There are so many different aspects to this which can take many forms, so we’ve collated everything Art related, from all manner of Art based disciplines, into one specific category called MUNICH ART.
From street art installations such as the Walking Man of Munich to organised graffiti, and all the way through to the priceless museum treasures of the Alte Pinakothek to the more recent works displayed within the Pinakothek der Moderne – we cover it all!
So, if you have a specific interest in ART, then our specific category entitled MUNICH ART will be right up your alley.
Who doesn’t know the tragic love story of Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare? This cautionary tale of young love has resonated through the centuries and the character of Juliet Capulet, the beautiful young heroine, represents passionate and eternal love. Well, Munich has its very own Juliet Capulet Statue (or maybe 2) and in this very
The Hubertusbrunnen is a majestic and historic fountain located on the eastern end of Munich’s Nymphenburg Canal in the Neuhausen area. Though overshadowed by the grand Nymphenburg Palace nearby, this small fountain holds its own significance and charm and is certainly worth a quick look if in the area. We’ve often jogged along the canal
Step into the past, present, and future of Jewish life in Bavaria at the stunning Jewish Museum Munich. This architectural marvel in the heart of the city immerses you in Jewish culture, history, and faith through exhibits and artifacts that, if you love museums, you’ll find fascinating. We love visiting museums here at Absolute Munich,
Munich is a city that’s steeped in history & culture but with so many Iconic Munich Landmarks to choose from, it can be difficult to know where to start and which to visit first! Well, that’s where Absolute Munich comes in to help by providing this comprehensive guide to Munich’s Monuments, Landmarks & Sculptures. We’ll
About 40 kms north-west of Munich lies the sleepy Bavarian town of Aichach. Just on the outskirts of Aichach to the southeast, you’ll find Schloss Blumenthal on the banks of the (very short) Ecknach River. This exquisite Schloss, also known as Blumenthal Castle, has a rich history that as we discovered, dates back several centuries.
One step into Munich, Bavaria’s capital, and you’re transported into a world where history coalesces with modernity, architecture boasts its own tales and every cobblestone whispers stories from a bygone era. And here at the Isartor Munich, just 150 meters or so to the east of the Munich Viktualienmarkt, there’s no better place in the
Munich, being the ancient city it is, has an abundance of captivating landmarks as you would expect, and among them stands proudly the Angel of Peace!These landmarks monuments, statues, and effigies offer countless opportunities for tourists and locals alike to discover, explore and appreciate the city’s long and sometimes turbulent history.One such landmark that stands
Whether you’re visiting Munich for the first time or have been living in the city for a while, you might be wondering if there’s an easier and more cost-effective way to explore this fascinating city. Well, the Munich City Pass was created to solve exactly this problem and we think it does the job very
If you’re on a very short trip to Munich then the Endless Staircase Munich is probably not a must-see sight on your touristic radar – but it‘s a fascinating piece of street art nonetheless. Encountering Sculptures, Street Art, Monuments, Statues and Fountains in Munich as you walk about the city is commonplace, but you’ll need