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“lots of shops”(215 reviews)
“beautiful square”(175 reviews)
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This prominent public square, the largest in Munich, still stands as the center of social activity in the city, much as it has throughout history.
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Marienplatz 1, 80331 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very nice, entertaining, and live place with lots of shopping stores and nice cafes, and a Disney store nearby.

Thank Mona-Mostafa
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Great restaurants both general and bavaria local food. Crowd buzz and even festivals if there is any. Not to mention mesmerising architecture.

Thank sserhatt
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Finally to see this buzzing part of Munich was a thrill. Music, places to eat, shop or just watch the world go by.

Thank David B
Reviewed yesterday

The New Town Hall of Munich appears to be the main hub. We consider it a main touristic point of Munich. Beautifully put together, the construction soon attracts attention for its imposing neo-Gothic style building. Additionally, there are lots of figures and details, especially for...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Over crowded, expensive restaurants nothing spectacular here at all. Couple of nice buildings/churches other than that don’t waste your time.

Thank Jules0915
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is your average plaza, shops on the sides, a few statues scattered here and there, but this place has one thing going for it, the Town Hall (Rathaus).

Thank DrShaba7
Reviewed 3 days ago

Marienplatz is the centre of Munich, and as such is full of tourists, all gawking at the amazing gothic architecture of the New Town Hall. We were there at just before 11am, to await the chiming of the Rathaus-Glockenspiel. It did not disappoint. The bells...More

Thank Ale C
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

It a really really nice place, especially to see the clock turning. But a part from few churches and some other old structures, there are only shops, shops and shops with nothing really to see.

Thank Petra G
Reviewed 3 days ago

Did we pick the wrong time of day (or week, or year), or something? It was morning when we visited, and there were cars driving all up and down this "pedestrian" marketplace; we had to keep dodging out of the way to avoid getting hit....More

Thank chairduck
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

There is a giant cuckoo clock built in the church and you can sit in the cafe and enjoy the views of the church.

Thank Kandarp09
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Wendy S
10 July 2018|
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Response from wleaton | Reviewed this property |
I always stay by Munich Central as in the central station. Not even .5 miles from Marienplatz
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abhishek369
4 July 2018|
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Response from Daphne9991 | Reviewed this property |
Marienplatz is a district/square where they have the daily Glockenspiel event with the huge cuckoo clock. There are street performers, restaurants and open street market lots of shops etc. It is the heart of the tourist... More
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abhishek369
4 July 2018|
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Response from Michbos | Reviewed this property |
We did not pay to walk around it. It hosts the mayor and city council. We had lunch at the historic restaurant, Ratskeller.
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