Art & Culture
During the 700-year rule of the Wittelsbach dynasty, Munich, a market town and royal residence, grew into a center of European culture. An especially large number of Munich sights, such as the Glyptothek, the Alte Pinakothek, the Feldherrnhalle, or the Church of Ludwig, were built during the reign of the “Muse Prince” Ludwig I. of Bavaria. Creating, maintaining and collecting were the Wittelsbachers’ prime duties.
In all the simple things that make a place liveable, Munich excels. It is clean. It is safe. The public transport system is exceptionally efficient. Distances are short. The skies are blue (quite often anyway). And the food is comforting.
Munich is a dynamic international economic and communication location situated in a German federal state with a demand for tourism, trade and industry. This, together with the “soft” factors of art and culture, thrilling event locations and the attractive surrounding area, has helped to turn the town into a popular congress and convention metropolis. And, of course, the reputation of the economic metropolis is reflected in the number of business travellers. Over four million – that is more than half of all the overnight stays in Munich – are motivated by business. In addition to these, 14 million one-day business travellers come to the city each year.
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