Nympenburg is without a doubt one of the most beautiful and most exclusive quarters of Munich. It is characterized by countless examples of turn-of -the century villas, and the Palace canal, which leads to the adjoining Nymphenburg Palace and its surrounding park.
The pomp and resplendence of the House of Wittelsbach
The Nymphenburg Palace is considered one of the most beautiful palaces in the world, and along with its park, it is one of the most famous sights in Nymphenburg. This extensive baroque complex was built as the summer residence of the Bavarian Elector.
The Botanical garden, the Porcellan factory and the Museum of Man and Nature are situated directly next to the palace. There are also numerous cafes, traditional inns and various ethnic restaurants situated here, which adds to the allure of the vicinity.
A visit to the Koeniglichen Hirschgarten, one of Munich's most famous beergardens, is an especially delightful experience. This is an oasis in Nymphenburg offering a very appealing mixture of tradition, conviviality and quality.