Munich's art museum houses one of the most important collections
in Europe on two floors of a large neo-classical building. Roughly
700 paintings are on display featuring the work of the greatest
European artists from the 14th to the 18th centuries. Highlights
include works by Dutch and Flemish masters, as well as the Italian
masters such as Botticelli, Raphael and Titian. The gallery is
massive, consisting of dozens of rooms, and requires a great deal
of time to explore thoroughly.
Address: Barerstrasse 27 Website: www.pinakothek.de Telephone: (0)89 23805 216 Opening Time: Wednesday to Sunday 10am-6pm, open Tuesdays to
8pm. Admission: EUR7 (Sundays EUR1). Concessions available.
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