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Munich Isartor station is a station opened in 1972 on the Munich S-Bahn on the trunk line between Munich Central Station (German: Hauptbahnhof) and Munich East station (Ostbahnhof). It is located below Isartorplatz and the Thierschstraße/Zweibrückenstraße intersection in Munich and is named after the nearby Isartor city gate. It is classified by Deutsche Bahn as a category 4 station.
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You can find a good burger here, but would be heavy to your pocket too. The burger is very good and size is also large. You have a variety to chose from in both veg and non veg. Recommended, but not as a fast food. The order delivery takes much time and the service is little slow, but the rate 4 is just for the excellent food
Nice place. Interesting monument. Close to the city centre.
Nice medieval re-constructed gate at the entrance of the Munich old town. Music, party and crowded atmosphere, street food (i.e sausages, steaks e.t.c), traditional beers and drinks at the outdoor space (good for smokers) of the gate. It's ok for a quick drink.
One of my favorite S Bahn stations. The towel has a history being the only medieval gate in Munich, I guess dating from 13th/14th century. As most of the town was ruined during the WW II the gate was also damaged and rebuilt. The place is nice to visit if you are touring the city. Clean and quite near to Marienplatz. The gate itself has a museum, worth visiting.
It is one of the few gates, which once were a part of a historical city wall, surrounding the city. It's worth visiting, especially in December, when a giant Feuerzangenbowle is installed right in the middle of the gate and you can enjoy this tasty and unforgettable drink!
Its just an old town Gate ..nice Coffee upstairs ..entrance "hidden" in the Trainstation .staff original.. in the Valentin Museum ..you will find some funny Things Like the amazing iceberg..its His Gate and some Things are really funny If you understand Karl Valentins humor..lol
I guess we didn't come in from the 'view side'. But GPS told us we where there and we assumed it was the building to the right. Sort of underwhelming? Maybe we will try again and see if it has a better view from a different angle
A great place to visit but really interesting if you go in the Karl Valentine museum, however to really appreciate this one needs to speak German and understand the Bavarian dialect.
Isartor is one of the four city gates that formed part of the medieval fortifications around the city. It was originally constructed around the end of the 13th century. However what you see today is a reconstruction of the 1830s version of the city gate, which was badly damaged during WWII. Isartor is where visitors would enter Munich from the east. What you find here is a large centre tower linked by two smaller, eight-sided towers by walls with entrances for pedestrians. There is another wall connecting the two smaller towers. This wall includes a nicely restored fresco depicting Emperor Ludwig's triumphal procession after the Battle of Ampfing (1322). You can see the fresco up close from right outside the building. However, we found it easier to take pictures, capturing the three towers as well by crossing the street. Isartor is also the location of the Valentin-Karlstadt Museum. We didn't have time to visit the museum however we did enjoy walking around the viewing Isartor. This is a nicely restored City Gate worth spending a few minutes to see.