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Sendlinger Tor, Munich

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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The oldest of the three remaining gates of Munich's ancient city walls, Sendlinger Tor was built during the second expansion of the city in the early 14th century as a gateway to the trade route to Italy. Today the Gothic gateway is covered with ivy and vines and stands between the historic old town and the suburb of Isar. From here, you can walk through one of the main shopping areas in Munich toward the bustling Marienplatz. A nearby plaza with the same name also provides a nice environment for resting your feet. Make Sendlinger Tor a part of your Munich vacation plans using our Munich family vacation planner.
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  • Coming from Linwurmstrasse is the door that leads to the center of Munich towards Marienplatz. Really impressive and cured is a piece of history of Monaco
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  • If your in the area certainly and stop and see the past. It is in the walking area of the downtown. This is a walking friendly city. 
  • The Sendlinger Tor is a remnant of the former medieval city wall. It led to the southern trading route to Austria and Italy and is in one of the oldest parts of the city. It's nteresting and historica...  read more »
  • Great place to do some shopping or have drinks/lunch outside in nice weather. It's probably the second most important transit point in Munich after Marienplatz.
  • Nice looking medieval gate. There's a cinema next to it as well as an Irish pub Kennedy's.
  • Towers from the original walls of Munich, but there's not a whole lot to see here. For church lovers, you are a short walk from Asamkirche, a baroque style chapel that is well worth a visit.
  • Great landmark in a fabulous city
  • Nice Memory of the old Citywall but not a place to visit in particular
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