The Church of St. Peter on the Petersberg is the oldest city church in Munich and is called by the people of Munich only the "Old Peter". It has Romanesque origins, but has often been redesigned. Popular everywhere is the ascent to the tower with its fantastic panoramic view of the city and the Alps (near Föhn).
August 8, 2017
Was recently on the old Peter, there are about 300 steps to cope, it was in the evening and a magnificent view over the sea of lights from all over Munich, the Christkindlmarkt up to the illuminated Alianzarena. If you can only recommend, that are the 3 € entrance fee worth it.
December 28, 2017
St. Peter, the Peterskirche behind the Marienplatz, is the oldest parish church in Munich, whose expansion in Romanesque style is mentioned as early as 1181. Its tower, which has about 300 steps leading up to its observation deck, and which the people of Munich call Peter, is one of the city's best vantage points, and at the same time houses the oldest bells and clocks in Munich.
May 20, 2019
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