Price: €13 (adult; all areas)
Time: 3-5 hours
Once home to the Bavarian monarchy, it's the biggest urban palace in Germany - and now you can wander around Munich's Residenz yourself and pretend (if only for a moment) that it's your palace too. Discover a thousand years of exquisite art and stunning architecture across a labyrinth of buildings (and ten courtyards, no less!) with a free audio guide to the site's museum. Visit for yourself, off Marienplatz in Munich from 10am to 5pm. (Nearest U-bahn: Marienplatz)
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