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Isartor

Tal 43, Munich, Bavaria, Germany
+49 89 223266
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Entrance to Munich Inner City

Although there is not much to see, there is some nice architecture. Nearby is one of the best... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Corbett R
Worth passing by

Vienna has it Innerstadt and so has Munich, just that it is called the Altstadt, the Old City. It... read more

Reviewed 21 October 2017
Dan M
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  • Excellent26%
  • Very good49%
  • Average23%
  • Poor2%
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Tal 43, Munich, Bavaria, Germany
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Although there is not much to see, there is some nice architecture. Nearby is one of the best English speaking bike shops (Guten Bike). It is also nearby Deutsche Museum (a technical museum, not a history museum).

Thank Corbett R
Reviewed 21 October 2017

Vienna has it Innerstadt and so has Munich, just that it is called the Altstadt, the Old City. It is a ring with several gates leading to its central Square or Platz, here it is Marienplatz. 2 of these gates are Karls Gate (Karlstor) and...More

Thank Dan M
Reviewed 18 October 2017

It's nice to look when you're in the area. If I understood this well, this is one of the 3 gates of the Munich fortress that remained from the city walls.

Thank Miodrag D
Reviewed 14 October 2017

The city gate was a nice point of reference as to where we were. It was rebuilt as were many of the structures in Europe. Our running tour guide took us to all the gates of old Munich.

Thank Alicia W
Reviewed 7 October 2017

The Isartor is located at the Isartorplatz close to the Isar and is named after the river. It is one of the four main gates of the medieval city wall. Today Isartor is home of the Karl Valentin Museum, a famous Bavarian comedian and actor.

Thank CarlaColumna123
Reviewed 4 October 2017

A well preserved part of Munich's history and a good starting point fro a walk all the way to the Old Town Hall (don't miss the "Glockenspiel") and the many restaurants and shopping places.

1  Thank Samut
Reviewed 24 September 2017

One of Munich's city gates that leads to the center of town. In one of the towers is the Karl Valentin Museum and a café. If your mother tongue is not German, you may struggle with Karl Valentin's humour but it is a great place...More

1  Thank marklaura2015
Reviewed 8 September 2017

This one is a little more impressive than the Karls Gate, and so if you want to see one I'd suggest you start with this. It has a nice fresco dating to the 1800s and it is also relatively near the Metro (the stop is...More

Thank Deborah F
Reviewed 29 August 2017

Of the three remaining Medieval city gates in Munich Isartor is more elaborate, decorated with a fresco depicting the victorious return of Emperor Ludwig after a battle in 1322. The gate, built in 1337, is located a short walk away from the Old Town Hall...More

Thank kpiddy
Reviewed 27 August 2017

I like medieval history and I came to see this place but it is only the small towers and the "entrance" to the city, no more ruins or walls... you can imagine them but everything around it is new and modern, it has a small...More

Thank Fsoclcly
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