Your culture attendant: things to do in Ilmmünster

A THING TO DO TODAY

ILMMÜNSTER
Price: €3 (adult)
Time: 30 mins - 2 hours
Munich's oldest church, St. Peter's (affectionately known as Alter Peter - 'Old Peter') also has one of the tallest vantage points of the city. Once you've admired the artwork in the church spanning the centuries since it was first built in the 11th Century, climb up the 299 steps to get an extraordinary vista of Munich's Old Town from the church's hilltop tower.
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