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Most people dread getting stuck at the airport on a holiday, but from now until December 27, travelers may want to schedule a layover at Munich Airport.... Read More

Germany is known for hotels that go above and beyond (see: Hotel im Wasserturm), and in Munich, the Belle Époque-inspired Charles Hotel is offering a... Read More

Oktoberfest is right around the corner—the annual beer fest kicks off on September 19th in Munich—and people around the world are preparing to face the... Read More

You may not have heard of Talbot Runhof—the luxe German women’s wear label founded by Adrian Runhof and Johnny Talbot in 2000—but you certainly know the... Read More

The Munich Airport will once again offer its annual summer Surf & Style event from July 31st to August 23rd. Both beginners and experienced surfers... Read More

Style, in a way, functions as a kind of sociocultural GPS, a psychic location finder. You can tell you’re in Paris, of course, because that’s the spire... Read More

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The sky over Munich is the dull silver of old coins and hung with fat, theatrical clouds. Church ... Read More

To create Munich's just-opened Allianz Arena soccer stadium, Pritzker Prize–winning Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron relied upon nearly 2,900... Read More

Munich's new Pinakothek der Moderne, designed by Stephan Braunfels, is not likely to find itself on postcards. A rectangular box with a façade of... Read More

Munich has often been defined by static images from its past: the history-rich Marienplatz district; the Frauenkirche, a 15th-century Gothic church... Read More

Munich's favorite bar is back. Since 1982, Schumann's Bar, the dimly lit hangout on Maximillianstrasse run by former boxer-model Charles Schumann, was... Read More

For much of the world, Munich is likely to evoke one or more stereotypical images, among them the Glockenspiel in the tower of the neo-Gothic Rathaus,... Read More

Before leaving New York for Schloss Velden, in southern Austria, and Capella Castlemartyr, in County Cork, Ireland, just as I was choosing which ties to... Read More

One of Munich’s most splendid treasures is the Lenbachhaus, a yellow villa rich in 19th- and 20th-century paintings. At its core is the work of the Blue... Read More

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