Routes Germany BavariaMunich

Munich, Bavaria, Germany


Length3.2 mi
Elev. Gain82 ft
Est. Steps7500


Created by Steve R.
Isar is a 3.2 mile (7,500-step) route located near Munich, Bavaria, Germany. This route has an elevation gain of about 82 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Landtag of Bavaria

The Landtag of Bavaria (State Diet of Bavaria) is the unicameral legislature of the state of Bavaria in Germany. The parliament meets in the Maximilianeum in Munich.Elections to the Landtag are held every five years and have to be conducted on a Sunday or public holiday. The following elections have to be held no earlier than 59 months and no later than 62 months after the previous one, unless the Landtag is dissolved.

Eisbach (Isar)

The Eisbach (German for "ice brook") is a small, two kilometer long, manmade river in Munich. It flows through the park known as the Englischer Garten, and is a side arm of the Isar River. A manmade wave has been created on one section.Swimming in the Eisbach is not technically allowed, but as the rule is not stringently enforced, swimmers can be seen especially on warm summer days.


The Hofbräukeller is a restaurant in Haidhausen, Munich, Germany owned by Hofbräuhaus brewery.It is a traditional Bavarian restaurant in a cellar with a beer garden, not a tourist spot like the Hofbräuhaus am Platzl. It is a part of the Wiener Platz, home to the Wiener Markt. Adolf Hitler gave his first political speech as a member of the German Workers' Party (Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, DAP) at the beer hall on October 16, 1919.


The Maximilianeum, a palatial building in Munich, was built as the home of a gifted students' foundation and has also housed the Bavarian Landtag (state parliament) since 1949.The principal was King Maximilian II of Bavaria, who started the project in 1857. The leading architect was Friedrich Bürklein.

Bavarian National Museum

The Bavarian National Museum (German: Bayerisches Nationalmuseum) in Munich is one of the most important museums of decorative arts in Europe and one of the largest art museums in Germany. Since the beginning the collection has been divided into two main groups: the art historical collection and the folklore collection.

Luitpold Gymnasium

The Luitpold-Gymnasium is a secondary school in Munich, Germany. It was established by Prince Luitpold of Bavaria in 1891 as "Luitpold-Kreisrealschule" to serve the eastern part of the city and its suburbs. It stood in the Alexandrastrasse opposite the National Museum.The building was almost completely destroyed by incendiary bombing in 1944, leaving only parts of the facade and the gymnasium (sports hall).

Maximilianstraße (Munich)

The Maximilianstraße in Munich is one of the city's four royal avenues next to the Brienner Straße, the Ludwigstraße and the Prinzregentenstraße. It starts at Max-Joseph-Platz, where the Residenz and the National Theatre are situated, and runs east-west. Planned and begun in 1850 by King Maximilian II of Bavaria, the street takes his name.

Angel of Peace

The Angel of Peace (German: Friedensengel) is a monument in the Munich suburb of Bogenhausen. The architects were Heinrich Düll, Georg Pezold und Max Heilmaier.

Prinzregentenstraße (Munich)

The Prinzregentenstraße (German: [ˈpʁɪnts.ʁeˌɡɛntənˌʃtʁaːsə], Prince-Regent Street) in Munich is one of four royal avenues and runs parallel to Maximilianstraße and begins at Prinz-Carl-Palais, in the northeastern part of the Old Town. The avenue was constructed from 1891 onwards as a prime address for the middle-class during the reign of Luitpold, Prince Regent of Bavaria and is named in his honour.

Villa Stuck

The Villa Stuck, built in 1898 and established as a museum in 1992 and located in the Munich quarter of Bogenhausen, is a museum and historic house devoted to the life and work of the painter Franz Stuck. In contrast to the classical architecture of the exterior, Stuck decorated the interior in striking Art Nouveau/Art Deco style.
Route Details


3.2 mi

Elev. Gain

82 ft

Est. Steps

Created by
Steve R.
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