The strict, flowing elegance of Rococo—the late Baroque period—is really something to behold, and in keeping with this, the Church of St. Anna im Lehel is a pretty fantastic feast for the eyes. Constructed over a decade between 1727 and 1737, the hard work stood for over two and a half centuries until the interior was destroyed in a bombing raid in WWII. However, after 30 years of struggle, the church was reconstructed and restored to its former beauty. If you’re looking to soak up as much beautiful architecture as you can, or you’re looking for a massive, peaceful place to recharge, you’ll want to add the Church of St. Anna onto your trip plan.
The Müller'sche Volksbad’s magnificent art nouveau design makes it one of Europe’s most beautiful swim... Read more