Neuhausen-Nymphenburg, Munich.
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Neuhausen-Nymphenburg is a relaxing and rather stunning neighborhood that offers a quiet escape from the urban crunch and transitions to a hopping nighttime scene for those who know where to look.

The biggest daytime draw is undoubtedly the Schloss Nymphenburg, the largest Baroque palace in Germany and the former summer residence of Bavarian kings. Both the palace and its adjoining park provide visitors with some 500-acres of verdant fields, English-style gardens, and long canals that lead up the palace’s grand entry.

If that’s not enough, the park borders Munich’s famed Botanical Garden, which apart from all the exotic flora and fauna, frequently hosts open-air theatrical and musical performances and other entertainment.

Thirsty from all the outdoor activity, stein-seekers head to Hirschgarten park a few minutes south, which is home not only to a large herd of deer but also the 8000-capacity Koeniglicher Hirschgarten, the largest beer garden in town. And, if their livers can take it, this stein-swilling crowd can make a second stop at the historic Löwenbräukeller beer hall and beer garden as well.

Music-lovers also go nuts for Neuhausen-Nymphenburg, thanks to the presence of Backstage, a sprawling complex with both indoor and outdoor spaces for live concerts, movie showings, and club nights.

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