When passing through this Germain city, do not fail to visit its major attractions. Marienplatz, Nymphenburg castle and the BMW museum form a trio of unmissable places to visit in Munich. Marienplatz, the city’s focal point, will unveil its fabulous buildings to you. Take a look at the former city hall and the new one in a neogothic style, the baroque hotels, as well as Mary’s column and the bells chiming at 11 in the morning and midday. History buffs can continue their outing at Nymphenburg castle. A visit to Munich should indisputably include a tour in this smaller-scale Versailles. Built in the seventeenth century, the castle was the summer residence for the Kings of Bavaria and Prince-Electors. The elaborate interior decor is reflected on the outside too, through the castle’s magnificent gardens landscaped with pools. Not far from your hotel, the BMW museum revisits the evolution of this automotive brand. It’s in this edgily designed building that the mythical cars are displayed.