The capital of Bavaria is a jewel among the major German cities. With a population of 1.6 million (and rising) and large companies such as BMW, Siemens, MAN and many others, the city is home to economic strength, art and culture, and a great deal of joie de vivre. The proximity to the mountains in Bavaria and to many lakes make the city special, yet there is also much to experience and see within the city limits. Here is z.B. The Frauenkirche, BMW, The City Hall, the Hofbräuhaus, many castles like z.B. Nymphenburg Castle, the Olympic Park, the Viktualienmarkt, the Residenz or many more sights in Munich to mention. Even if in Munich not all royal castles from Bavaria are attainable in 45 minutes, for many days culture between museum, Pinakothek and castle it is enough in any case. For technology enthusiasts, the largest city in Bavaria also has the BMW Museum and also the German Museum.
In Germany BMW is next to the Frauenkirche the English Garden and the Marienplatz and the many museum in Munich a special city in the world. The world also likes to visit and Munich's beauty radiates not only to Bavaria but to the whole of Germany. In addition to the Marienplatz, which is not far from the English Garden, you can also visit the lifestyle of Munich and the sights such as one or the other castle in Munich. The city is not only very central to many cities in Germany, also the mountains are not far away, as well as the Frauenkirche. Munich's residents love the Olympiapark, the Pinakothek or the Rathaus Platz, which is called Marienplatz here and is not far from the Residenz and other sights in the city such as the Viktualienmarkt. A short walk to the surfer wave and you are already in the English Garden, the botanical garden or in a museum in Munich or Munich's beautiful surroundings. There one is pleased also, if the beautiful olympia park invites to live and stay, which in the residence city simply sit possible. More beautiful than Munich is in Munich also the Residenz (the largest inner city palace in Germany), which is again not far from the Viktualienmarkt. At the Viktualienmarkt, the visitor from Germany or the whole world can simply go to the beer garden for once. But at the Viktualienmarkt you can also buy herbs or souvenirs of the best sights in Munich. By the way, the city hall is also one of the sights in Munich.
Munich was first mentioned in a document in 1158. The city became a Bavarian ducal seat in 1255 and was a royal seat from 1314 and an imperial residence from 1328 to 1347. In 1506 Munich became the sole capital of Bavaria. Munich is the seat of numerous national and international authorities as well as important universities and colleges, major museums and theaters. The city is a magnet for international tourism thanks to a large number of buildings worth seeing, including protected monuments and ensembles, international sporting events, trade fairs and congresses, as well as the world-famous Oktoberfest. Under administrative law, Munich is an independent city. The city is the seat of the Bavarian Parliament, the Bavarian state government, the administrative seat of the Munich district surrounding the city with its district administration office as well as the Bavarian district of Upper Bavaria and the administrative district of Upper Bavaria. In addition, Munich is the seat of several state authorities and several federal authorities and courts.
Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft (BMW AG) is a publicly traded automobile and motorcycle manufacturer headquartered in Munich, which also operates as the BMW Group. The product range includes the BMW automobile and motorcycle brand, the Mini and Rolls-Royce car brands, and the BMW sub-brands BMW M and BMW i. With sales of 99 billion euros and around 120 employees, BMW is one of the world's leading manufacturers.700 employees in the 2020 fiscal year, it is one of Germany's largest commercial enterprises and, with annual production of 2.26 million vehicles in 2020, is one of the world's 15 largest automakers. The largest shareholders, with a combined stake of around 46.8%, are Susanne Kletten and Stefan Quandt, members of the Quandt industrialist family.
The Free State of Bavaria, with more than 70.500 square kilometers, Bavaria is the largest of the 16 states in Germany and is located in its southeast. With more than 13 million inhabitants, it is the second most populous German state after North Rhine-Westphalia. The Free State has in the south part of the high mountains of the Eastern Alps. At the flat alpine foreland reaching up to the Danube. North of the Danube, low mountain ranges such as the Bavarian Forest and the Fichtelgebirge Mountains dominate the landscape.
Bavaria's largest cities by population with the highest number first are Munich, Nuremberg, Augsburg, Regensburg, Ingolstadt and Fürth. In Bavaria there are two centers of European metropolitan regions, the metropolis of Munich with an agglomeration of 2 million people.211.800 and 5.71 million inhabitants in the metropolitan region, as well as the metropolis of Nuremberg with an agglomeration of 1.206.200 and 3.56 million inhabitants in the metropolitan region. In addition, Bavaria has a half-million metropolis, Augsburg, with an agglomeration of 510.100 inhabitants. Other major cities are Würzburg and Erlangen.
The Marienplatz is far away in the English Garden. Unfortunately, there are no museums on the way, but other museums are easily accessible with a short detour in Munich, which the people of Munich (the inhabitants of Munich) like to shower with sights at the square of the city hall near the Viktualienmarkt. What not least at the sight in Munich the residence at the city hall does not end. The Munich Residence in the Altstadt-Lehel district of the Bavarian capital Munich was the seat of the Dukes, Electors and Kings of Bavaria from the House of Wittelsbach from 1508 onwards. The extensive palace complex, for centuries the political and cultural center of the country, is the largest city palace in Germany and one of the most important palace museums in Europe.
The building complex comprises ten courtyards and is divided into the Festsaalbau on Hofgartenstrasse, the Apothekenbau on Marstallplatz, the Königsbau on Max-Joseph-Platz and the Maximiliansbau on Residenzstrasse. In addition to the Cuvilliés Theater and the All Saints' Court Church, the Hofgarten and the Marstall are also part of the Residenz ensemble. In the course of the ongoing constructional development, starting with the Grottenhof, a total of ten inner courtyards were created, with particular importance being attached to the Brunnenhof and the Kaiserhof as venues for courtly receptions, festivities and ceremonies.
The Frauenkirche can also be seen from the city hall or everywhere in Munich. Munich to the Munich. Its sights like Olypiapark or Pinakothek. Place is in the Pinakothek or in the olympia park for the residents of Munich enough, even if there are many further objects of interest for residents of Munich and guests.