For your leisure time in Munich we recommend the following places for a visit:

English Garden
With 375 hectares, the English Garden of Munich is one of the biggest urban parks in the world. It’s only a few steps away from the university.

Residence Museum and Treasury
The Residence in central Munich was the royal palace of the Bavarian dukes, electoral princes and kings and thus the political and cultural center of the country for decades. Meanwhile, it’s known as beeing the largest urban castle in Germany and as one of the major museums for architecture, room decorations and displays from the former royal ages.
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Nymphenburg Palace and Park
The Nymphenburg Palace served as the main summer residence of the former rulers of Bavaria of the House of Wittelsbach, counting to the great Royal Castles of Europe. Today, the 632 meter long Baroque palace and it’s park together with it’s pavilions, lakes and famous canals are a well-known tourist sight.
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The Königsplatz (eng. ‘King’s Square’) was built in the style of European Neoclassicism in the 19th century and today is a center of cultural life. The area around the square is home to the Kunstareal, the gallery and museum quarter of Munich.

Kunstareal (museum quarter)
The Kunstareal is Munich’s museum quarter around the Königsplatz. It consists of 16 museums, around 40 galleries, exhibition houses and six colleges and counts with it’s accumulation of art, culture and science on an area of 66 hectares as unique.
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Deutsches Museum
The German Museum of Masterpieces of Science and Technology is the world’s largest museum of it’s kind, reaching about 1,5 million visitors per year.
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Beer and Oktoberfest Museum
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Allianz Arena
The Allianz Arena is the particularly famous football stadium of Munich, representing the home of the worldwide known FC Bayern München since 2005.
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Olympic Park
The Olympic Park in Munich served as host of the 1972 Summer Olympics. It continues to remain as a venue for countless cultural, social and also religious events.
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