Ingolstadt (German pronunciation: [ˈɪŋɡɔlˌʃtat] ( listen); Austro-Bavarian [ˈɪŋl̩ʃtɔːd]) is a city in the Free State of Bavaria, in the Federal Republic of Germany. It is located along the banks of the River Danube, in the centre of Bavaria. As of 31 December 2014, Ingolstadt had 131,002 citizens. It is part of the Munich Metropolitan Area, which has a total population of more than 5 million.
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5 based on 124 reviews
The church of Maria de Victoria, also known as the Asam Kirche, is a stunning baroque church. Expecting a church more like the Asam Kirche in Munich which focuses more on these artisans' Baroque plasterwork, I was surprised to find a study in perspective in this medium size church. Confronted with a set of design challenges in what is basically a rectangular church, the brothers worked out a set of multiple perspective points that makes a celestial vision absolutely pop out at the viewer. This is coupled with clever plasterwork along the edges of the ceiling which integrate it with the walls to smoothly transition their work into the plain walls. The altar is a nice baroque composition, but the "professors" Seating along the walls of this Jesuit church are extremely well crafted.
In the the small treasury in the back of the church there is a magnificent monstrance made in Augsburg that commemorates the Battle of Leponto. While such a warlike scene that is somewhat jarring when seen on such a religious article, I guess it's understandable after such a significant turning point in the then-ongoing war against Islamic expansion. In a somewhat similar vein, the warrior-leader Tilly's crucifix in silver and ivory is also kept in the treasury.
Admission is €3. I was allowed to use the English language guidebook to guide my visit. There really is no parking close to the church, but it is a short walk from the large public parking lots. The docents at the church were friendly.
4.5 based on 675 reviews
Overall the museum was okay. You start at the beginning on the upper level and walk your way through the company history. It started off good with excellent displays of original cars in the late 1800's, early 1900's and progressed. Somehow they lost many years from 1980 through 2010. Only a few cars. Then you had a couple of cars in all aluminum bodies on the main floor including my favorite the R8 V10. I guess the price was so cheap what can one expect. The restaurant was excellent....I would go back for the great selection of food.
4.5 based on 99 reviews
Quiet busy this part of the year. We managed to phone and book. To avoid disappointment book first. If u r getting there by car - parking is in Waldeyesen Strabe. Amazing tour of parts of the plant. The body shop & assembly line for 2 models. There is a restaurant and museum is in the area as well. Lots of walking so comfortable shoes. Wont give away too much - we enjoyed the tour. Not allowed to take ur phones in and not allowed to take pics inside plant. There are lockers to lock up ur phones.
4.5 based on 64 reviews
This park is really a treat. very well maintained, offers great hang out for families, couples, or solo. Often in the summer shows and free Concerts are held here. My nephew loved the kids area, and the adults enjoy the museums, or the beach bar along the Danube. Dogs are welcome and plenty or room to walk and play!
4.5 based on 93 reviews
This is an excellent military museum. However, German is used throughout though this for the history lover will not be a problem as the visual displays are very easily understood; though a short guide in English would obviously be very welcome. Their Great War exhibition is one of the best I have ever seen.
4 based on 524 reviews
Fifty minutes from Munich, Ingolstadt Village hosts over more than 110 outlet boutiques, showcasing a vibrant mix of luxury brands with reductions of up to 60% on the former recommended retail price. Reflecting the architecture of textile mills and the Germany’s late- 19th nineteenth century industrial heritage, Ingolstadt Village evokes a world away from the bustle of the city. Top German brands are well represented, from Wolford to Phillip Plein, , MCM, Hanro, Birkenstock and Strenesse. International collections include Armani, Escada, Hackett, L’´Occitane en Provence, For All Mankind, Desigual, Escada, Gant, Wolford and Le Creuset, as well as celebrated Italian designers brands Bally, Boggi Milano, Versace, Valentino, La Perla, Furla. Ingolstadt Village Shopping Express® runs to and from Munich.
We arrived by public transport to Ingolstadt Village in Bavaria Germany as it was easier than attempting to find parking in town. It is only 50 minutes beyond Munich. Lots of sightseeing and shopping, we were looking for the Pandora store which is a luxury...MoreDear chickandbeast Thank you for your review. We are glad you enjoyed your visit to Ingolstadt Village and we look forward to welcoming you again soon.
4.5 based on 51 reviews
Imposing just as it should be. Go inside and you will feel the graneur of the edifice. Try to make it for a service with organ - it will contribute to the overall impression.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
4.5 based on 25 reviews
The German Museum of the History of Medicine and its Medicinal Plant Garden are closed due to construction work until end of July 2016!
lovely medical herb garden, a small enchanted place in the heart of the town; very interesting collection of historical medical exhibits; the place where in Mary Shelleys novel Dr. Frankenstein created his monster
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Didn't go inside but it looks very nice on the outside. We sat on some seats about a hundred feet away to look at the building and took some photos.
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