St Peter's Church, Munich

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St Peter’s Church is the oldest Roman Catholic church in the city of Munich, Germany. The church dates back to the 12th century in which it was built in a Bavarian Romanesque style. Since then many features have been added in many restorations of the church. The interior of the church is dominated by an eye-catching and impressive high altar. The church has a tower that it allows visitors to go up for views over the city.

Getting there

The easiest way to get there is via the Marienplatz which is a minute walk away. If travelling by U or S-Bahn, it is at the ‘Marienplatz’ stop you should get off with the S-Bahn 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 lines stopping there as well as the U-Bahn 3 and 6 lines.

Opening Times and Admission

The church is open seven days a week, 9am-6pm except for weekends when it opens later at 10 am. It is free to have a look around the church but to go up the tower it costs 3 euros. The tower has 200+ steps so it is not advised for those who struggle climbing steps.

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