Best Hidden Gems to Check Out During Your Next Visit to Munich, Germany

Munich, Germany
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Munich, Germany, really offers it all as a tourist destination. You’ll find stunning architecture, intriguing art in museums and galleries, and great food and beer. But what makes this city even more remarkable is the abundance of hidden gems it has in store for visitors.

One way to discover these hidden gems is by hitting the city’s streets and starting to explore. Another one is to take the easy path and check out some of them below. 

Rose Island

Rose Island (Roseninsel) is a small island in Lake Starnberg. It is a site of a royal villa that was frequently used by King Ludwig II of Bavaria. The villa is now open for visitors and represents a great experience due to its intriguing architectural style and beautiful rose gardens that surround it.

Blutenburg Castle

There is no shortage of castles in and around Munich. However, the one you don’t want to miss is Blutenburg Castle. Situated on the banks of river Würm and nestled between lush green rows of trees, the castle provides a day’s worth of activities. You can enjoy its architecture, explore its library, see the art in the museum, or simply enjoy a cup of coffee in relaxing surrounding.

Werksviertel-Mitte Street Art

Munich is full of great street art, but you will have to work a bit to find them, which makes them kind of hidden gems. One of the best places to experience the city’s street art is Werksviertel-Mitte. It is an old potato storage complex that was turned into a place for street artists and graffiti artists to let their creativity loose. It also sometimes serves as a concert venue.