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23 Jul 2018
“An Awe Inspiring Street”
4 Aug 2018
“Pretty Street”
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This lively street runs through Schwabing, Munich's Bohemian neighborhood.
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
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80539 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
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Reviewed 5 August 2018

This is a pretty street, although certainly not on my top 10 list, and if you don't have time, I wouldn't prioritize it.

Thank Mark42139
Reviewed 23 July 2018

One of the old large Boulevards leading into Munich city centre. It is well worth walking down this wonderful street, it full of lots of interesting buildings.

Thank shropshirenick
Reviewed 4 March 2018

One of the most beautiful royal avenues in Munich, next to Maximilianstraße, Prinzregentenstraße and Brienner Straße. It is located just about 700 metres to the north from the main Munich square - Marienplatz and runs from south to north in total lenght of 1100 metres....More

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Reviewed 19 September 2017

This is one of the major artery's into Munich, it is a very historic street with ghosts from the past. Lots of historical buildings line this street. A great place for tourists,

Thank IAN O
Reviewed 15 August 2017

this is where in munich you can stroll for shopping or have a coffee without the stress that is typical for the city center. vast sidewalks and old trees, always something going on at the weekend. art academy is near and institute of art history,...More

1  Thank nita01230
Reviewed 7 May 2017

A historical street with many buildings of historical value.Full of history, enjoyed the beauty of the place.Architecture is amazing along with the wonderful sculptures. Well worth a visit.

Thank DilrukshiH
Reviewed 17 March 2017

There were the Schwabing riots; there are Union movements, celebrations (art fairs and festivals) and the Munich Marathon. This is a very historical street with a history of provoking change. You will run into a plethora of shops, restaurants and cafes. You will also find...More

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Reviewed 12 September 2016 via mobile

Out of all the streets in the city, Leopoldstraße was my favourite one! Such regal looking buildings, it looked unreal! The architecture is amazing and there are some nice shops and restaurants to eat at.

Thank Angie C
Reviewed 28 June 2016

It's a very nice area. We also went to the near by Marriot Munich on Berliner Straße which an even more quite beautiful & serene area. So if you are in the that area it can be nice walk & see the Munich life

1  Thank ShahNeo
Reviewed 20 February 2016

This is a great shopping and restaurant district near to Ludwig Maximilians university. Good cinema, boutiques and great bookstores attracts a young and hip crowd great for people watching!

Thank Lucinda P
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