The Frauenkirche, or "Cathedral of Our Dear Lady," is an iconic church for two reasons: height and history. Due to the local height limits, the church towers are widely visible from any direction. As for the history, the Frauenkirche dates back over 500 years, and he crypts below date back even further—and holds many of the leaders from Munich's past. The "Devil's Footprint" floor tile, which was supposedly left by the Devil as he scoffed at the church's atypical design, is a must-see while here. Be sure to climb the South Tower for a truly unique view of Munich.
It’s hard to find a good seafood restaurant in a land-locked city, but Austernkeller definitely f... Read more