Munich’s old town is an inevitable tourist hotspot for foreign visitors. Its historical shape and its significant cultural sights made it the core of Bavaria. It comprises so many sights as the town hall, the Residence, the Feldherrnhalle and many others. Despite its restaurants and shopping tours, Maximilianstrasse is considered the main attraction of the area as it conveys an unforgettable impression of Munich life. The most popular shopping street stretches from Karlstor, Odeonsplatz, Sendlinger Tor to Kaufingerstraße and Neuhauserstraße. It holds the Fünf Höfe, the Theatiner Passage, Kaufingertor, Stachus Passagen and the Hofstatt. The famous Viktualienmarkt is also a must-see due to its various culinary specialities of Bavaria.
However, The Marienplatz is the scene of the carillons at the new town hall. For a cultural experience, the Bavarian State Opera and the Residenztheater, as well as the Kammerspiele, are where you should be. The Frauenkirche, the Asamkirche, the Theatinerkirche, the Ohel Jakob Synagogue and the Islamic Centre in Munich are the hallmarks of cultural coexistence.