Monaco of Bavaria: what to see and do, monuments, itinerary
What to see in Monaco of Bavaria, route for walking around this city in Germany located on the banks of the Isar River, monuments to see in one day.
Attractions Monaco of Bavaria
In Monaco of Bavaria, German cities in the region of the same name, the heart of the city is the Marienplatz, a beautiful square with a central baroque column dedicated to the Virgin Mary and the new City Hall Neues Rathaus with the clock to chime in animated figures representing, respectively, on the top floor of the scene of the 1568 tournament, which was held to celebrate the wedding of Duke Wilhelm V with Renate von Lothringen, and the lower level is symbolically evokes the dance scene of Bottai as celebration for the end of the plague of 1515 / 17, is operated 3 times a day (11,12 and 17 hours).
This square is also the old town hall Alte Rathaus. Continuing we find the oldest church in the city, Peterskirche. Frauenkirche is the Cathedral of Monaco with its two towers topped by domes in brass (the towers were not damaged during the Second World War, unlike the Church which was rebuilt).
The Theatinerkirche Church, Church of the Friars Teatini, is a beautiful church in high style Italian baroque and Michaelskirche is another magnificent church in the Renaissance style.
The royal palace of Monaco is the Residenz, inhabited by the royal family of Wittelsbach until 1918, visited inside. Every year between late September and early October is the traditional Oktoberfest beer festival, which attracts many people.