1 Museum Brandhorst
From Andy Warhol to Damien Hirst, the Museum Brandhorst presents the superstars of modern art in an elegant, understated setting.
The Rococo style reaches silvery perfection in this beautiful little hunting lodge built for the Bavarian Wittelsbach dynasty.
Lederhosen, dirndls and impossibly vast quantities of beer characterize the world’s most alcoholic folk festival.
4 KZ Dachau
A visit to the former Nazi concentration camp on Munich’s northern outskirts is a sombre but thought-provoking experience.
5 Kloster Andechs
Carmina Burana and Benedictine beer make a winning combination on the shores of the Ammersee.
6 Neuburg an der Donau
The stately burghers’ houses of Neuburg’s old town provide the backdrop for a magnificent Renaissance Schloss on the Danube.
7 Augsburg’s Altstadt
Renaissance architecture meets racy nightlife in Augsburg’s beautiful old town, whose splendour is testament to the city’s past wealth.