Book flights to Munich (Memmingen Airport), the heart and capital of Bavaria. Munich is a great city and an absolutely fantastic city break destination. It’s big, beautiful, safe and very friendly, and whether you’re there for the madness of Oktoberfest or just for a regular visit, you’ll find plenty to keep you entertained! If you’re feeling a bit more intrepid, Munich is also a great base from which to venture further into Bavaria to explore this beautiful part of Germany, and if you hire a car from Memmingen you’ve got some fantastic exploring ahead of you. Book flights to Munich West Memmingen Airport today.
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Munich has come to be associated with the Oktoberfest, the Hofbräuhaus, the Olympic grounds and the Fasching carnival. However, Munich also has an international reputation as a metropolis of both art and culture. Its music scene ranges from classical to jazz and pop and the many museums display impressive collections.
SIGHTseeing The original since 1890

City tours in Munich - Day excursions in Bavaria and into Austria: A variety of tours are offered by Gray Line Sightseeing. Accompanied by professional and experienced guides, Gray Line takes you to the sights you most want to see. Excursions are operated daily to the dream castles of the fairy tale king Ludwig II. Tours go to the royal castle of Neuschwanstein, majestically situated in the beautiful Bavarian Alps, the palace of Linderhof. Along the world-famous Romantic Road Gray Line takes you to Rothenburg, one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Southern Germany. Gray Line Sightseeing also takes you to Berchtesgaden where the Eagle`s Nest can be viewed. The Austrian town of Salzburg is also an attractive destinations. Enjoy the Mozart city of Salzburg and a boat ride on Lake Wolfgang surrounded by beautiful Alpine scenery. Gray Line Sightseeing is also the local expert for Hop On Hop Off city tours and numerous special tours such as “Munich under the 3rd Reich and the German Resistance”.

Die Residenz

The extensive complex was the home of the Wittelsbach dynasty until 1918 and is one of Europe’s most prestigious palaces. The building houses the Residenz museum and the Schatzkammer (Treasure Chamber). The perfect place for children to relive four centuries of royal culture. Don’t miss Hofgarten park on the Odeonsplatz near the Residenz. It is one of the finest Renaissance gardens north of the Alps, and a peaceful oasis commanding a splendid view of the Theatinerkirche.

​Address: Residenzstraße 1​Phone: +49 89 29 06 71​Opening hours: Apr 1-Oct 15 9am-6pm Oct 16-Mar 31 10am-5pm open daily, closed Jan 1, Shrove Tuesday, Dec 24/25/31​More info: Free admission for children and adolescents up to 18 years. Partly wheelchair-accessible. Guided tours upon request and on the web or by phone: +49 89 179 08-311 Free audioguide available.Subway: Odeonsplatz
Schloss Nymphenburg

The impressive Baroque palace to the west of Munich was built as summer residence for the Bavarian Electors. The main building now houses a museum. In its large park there is a number of smaller buildings and pavilions and an exotic greenhouse with a café. Ludwig II, the “Fairytale” King was born in the Nymphenburg Castle his most famous castle, Neuschwanstein, is nestled in the dramatic foothills of the Alps and makes for an excellent daytrip.

​Address: Eingang 1​Phone: +49 89 179 080​Website:​Opening hours: Apr 1-Oct 15: 9am-6pm Oct 16-Mar 31: 10am-4pm. ​More info: The pavilions Badenburg, Pagodenburg and Magdalenenklause are closed in the winter. Free admission for children and adolescents up to 18 years. Guided tours upon request and on the Web or by phone: +49 89 179 08-311.
Deutsches Museum

The world’s largest museum of technology and science on the Isar River in Munich. You can find everything here from mining techniques to astronomy, with lots of original historic artefacts such as the first diesel engine. Large test workshop and tours for children. There are two annexes: one in Schleissheim to the north of Munich devoted to airplanes, and one at the Theresienhöhe exhibiting all kinds of land transportation. The latest addition to the main museum is the ZNT, Center for New Technologies featuring Nano- and Biotechnologies.

​Address: Museumsinsel 1​Phone: +49 89 217 91​Website:​Opening hours: daily 9.00-17-00 (see webpage for specific hours on public holidays)​More info: Guided tours: Altamira cave, music instruments, mining, energy technology and more. To reserve (6 to 8 weeks in advance) call +49 89 21 79-252Subway: Fraunhoferstraße

Commencing in the second half off September and for 16 days on, Munich’s Theresienwiese transforms into something that might seem like the world’s largest fun fair! The Oktoberfest, or "Wiesn" as the locals call it, is a beer festival above all, but also with lots of sale stands and other events and exciting happenings. In 2010, the Oktoberfest celebrated its 200th anniversary. Starts second last Saturday of September and ends on the first Sunday of October. Don’t miss the Bavaria and the Hall of Fame on the hill above the Theresienwiese. It was built between 1843 and 1853 and was commissioned by Ludwig I of Bavaria to honour prominent Bavarians to whom the country, science and the arts are indebted.

​Address: Theresienwiese​Website:​Opening hours: 10am-22.30pm every daySubway: Goetheplatz, Theresienwiese
Altes Rathaus

The Old Town Hall, an elegant example of Bavarian Gothic, is a focal point closing off the eastern side of the Marienplatz. The tower houses the Toy Museum.

​Address: Marienplatz 15​Website: http://www.muenchen.deSubway: Marienplatz
Pinakotheken (Art Museum)

In the Alte-, Neue, and Moderne Pinakothek there is art from just about every century. The old Pinakothek covers the era from the Middle Ages to the end of the Rococo period. (Brügel, Dürer, Raphael, Rubens and Rembrandt). The more recent European masters (Monet, Manet, Cézanne, Gauguin and Van Gogh) are hanging in the new section. The modern Pinakothek exhibits classic works by Kandinsky, Klee, and Picasso. In addition, you can acquaint yourself with 100 years of design and architecture.

​Address: Barer Strasse 27/29/40​Phone: +49 89 23 80 52 16​Website:​More info: The Moderne Pinakothek is closed from february - september 2013.Subway: Theresienstrasse
Englischer Garten

For over 200 years, the English Garden has been a favourite spot for strollers young and old, with its 373 hectares (9000 acres) of lush meadows and its inviting beer gardens. The leisure paradise stretches from the Prinzregentenstraße to Munich Freimann.

​Website: Universität, Giselastraße, Müncher Freiheit, Dietlindenstr., Nordfriedhof, Alte Heide or Studentenstadt
BMW Museum

Built in 1973 near the BMW tower on Petuelring, the BMW museum set new benchmarks with its timeless architecture and is now world-renowned. After extensive refurbishing, the museum reopened in June 2008, with a new design based on a novel concept. Historical vehicles and a wide range of themes, such as the company’s history, technology, motorbikes, model ranges, as well as architecture, design and media design come together to create a unique brand experience and an unprecedented exhibition ensemble. BMW recently opened the BMW World, which complements the company’s state-of-the art museum.

​Address: Olympiapark 1​Phone: +49 1802 11 88 22 (Information service)​Website:​Opening hours: Mon-Sun 9am-8pm, 360 days a year. Closed Dec 24/25/26/31​More info: Spiridon-Louis-Ring near the Olympic Tower, 80809 Munich.Subway: Olympiazentrum
Bier- und Oktoberfest Museum

Munich is the capital of beer – with seven breweries, the world-famous Hofbräuhaus and the Oktoberfest. Interested in knowing more about the brew? Then the Beer and Oktoberfest Museum is for you: here you will learn all about the history of beer, from the great migration to the monasteries, the brewing and the “purity“ law of 1516, and the quality of Munich beer. The Oktoberfest also has a long history, beginning as a national holiday to celebrate the wedding of Ludwig I. with Princess Theresa von Sachsen-Hildburghausen and becoming in time the largest folk festival in the world. The museum also shows the interior of a traditional middle-class Munich home.

​Address: Sterneckerstraße 2​Phone: +49 89 242 316 07​Website:​Opening hours: Tue-Sat 13.00-17.00 (for group reservations until 19.00)Subway: Isator
Allianz Arena

The futuristic stadium was built for the FIFA World Cup 2006. The venue now regularly welcomes Munich’s two home teams on the pitch, the FC Bayern and TSV 1860.

​Address: Werner-Heisenberg-Allee 25​Phone: +49 89 200 50​Website:​More info: Group tours (advanced booking only): Apr 1-Oct 31: 9.30am-5.30pm, Nov 1-Mar 31: 9.30am-4.30pm. Individual tours: Apr 1-Oct 31: 11am-5.30pm, Nov 1-Mar 31: 11am-4.30pmSubway: Fröttmaning
Alter Peter (Peterskirche)

Saint Peter’s Church is Munich’s oldest parish church. The Renaissance tower known as „Old Peter“ is a city landmark and offers visitors a wonderful view of the city and the nearby Alps.

​Address: Rindermarkt 1​Phone: +49 89 260 48 28​Opening hours: 7.30am-7.00pm, colosed Wednesday afternoon. No visits during religious services. Tower: Summer: Mon-Fri 9am-6.30pm, Sat, Sun, holidays 10am-7pm Winter: Mon-Fri 9am-5.30pm, Sat, Sun, holidays 10am-6pmSubway: Marienplatz
Chinese Tower

Don’t miss the Chinese Tower which was built over 200 years ago in the heart of the English Garden. It houses a restaurant with a beer garden.

​Address: Englischer Garten 3​Phone: +49 89 383 87 30​Website: http://www.chinesischer-turm.deSubway: Münchner Freiheit
Neues Rathaus und Glockenspiel

The Marienplatz is the heart of Munich and the site of the world-famous Glockenspiel. Every day at 11am and 12am (in the summer, also 5pm), the mechanical dancers in the tower of the New Town Hall come to life when the clock chimes. The building’s Neogothic facade is a favourite background for souvenir photos. Climb to the top of the 85-meter tower for a beautiful view of the city.

​Address: Marienplatz 8​Website:​Opening hours: Nov-Apr: Mon-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat, Sun, holidays closed, May-Oct: Mon-Fri 10am-7pm, Sat, Sun, holidays 10am-7pmSubway: Marienplatz

With its twin onion-domed towers, visible from afar, the Gothic cathedral and parish church is a distinctive landmark of the Bavarian capital. From the top of the south tower, the view of the city with the Alpine background is breathtaking.

​Address: Frauenplatz 1​Phone: +49 89 290 08 20​Website:​Opening hours: Sat-Wed 7am-7pm, Thu 7am-8.30pm, Fri 7am-6pmSubway: Marienplatz
Segway Tour Munich

Munich’s most exclusive guided city tour: discover the historic sites of the Bavarian metropolis in a complete new way - on the Segway. On our 3-hour tours you will experience Munich’s most beautiful spots hassle-free and without exhausting foot marches. Due to modern technology and our professional guides, this tour will definitely stick in your memory for long.

​Address: Herrnstr. 13, Munich​Phone: +49 89 24 203 401​Website:​Opening hours: Mon to Fri 8 am-8 pm & Sat 8 am-12 am
Bavaria Filmstadt

Film and Television: All year round – up close! Experience the fascinating behind-the-scenes tour of major movie and TV productions! All year round, rain or shine! You’ll find action, fun, exciting shows and spectacular original sets – pure entertainment for all ages! Opening hours: daily opened (closed 24./25.12)

​Address: Bavaria Filmplatz 7​Phone: +49 89 649 920 00​Website:​More info: Bavaria Filmstadt is located near Munich.Subway: U1 to Wettersteinplatz, Tram 25 to stopping point Bavariafilmplatz
Perhaps most people associate Munich with beer and there certainly are a lot of breweries and beer halls in the city. But don’t miss Munich’s classic high-calorie everyday cooking! Haxe is knuckle of pork and it tastes good together with sauerkraut and “Knoedel“ (dumplings). We also recommend apple strudel and custard or a Dampfnudel (a kind of cream bun with chocolate or vanilla custard) for dessert.

Hofbräuhaus is one of Munich’s most famous and popular attractions and the brewery has been a source of inspiration for many song texts.

​Address: Am Platzl 9​Phone: +49 89 290 13 61 00​Website:​Opening hours: 9am-11.30pmSubway: Marienplatz

Löwenbräukeller is a well renowned place for regional specialities. The prices are lower here than at Hofbräuhaus and there are fewer tourists.

​Address: Nymphenburger Str. 2​Phone: +49 89 547 266 90​Website: http://www.loewenbraeukeller.comSubway: Stiglmaierplatz
Franziskaner Fuchsenstubn

The best Weißwurst (white sausage) in the city is served here. It is a brunch classic which traditionally should be eaten before 12 o’clock. Since the invention of fridges you no longer have to be so precise...

​Address: Residenzstraße 9​Phone: +49 89 231 81 20​Website: http://www.zum-franziskaner.deSubway: Marienplatz
Königlicher Hirschgarten

Königlicher Hirschgarten is the largest beer garden in Munich and has about 9,200 seats and green open spaces close by. The unique thing with the beer gardens in Munich is that guests are allowed to bring their own food, which means you only need to buy drinks. Grilled chicken, sausage and knuckle of pork are reasonably priced.

​Address: Hirschgarten 1​Phone: +49 89 179 991 19​Website: http://www.hirschgarten.deSubway: Laim
Waldwirtschaft Großhesselohe

A lively beer garden just outside town offering live music and tasty food. The restaurateur is Sepp Krätz, a celebrity in the business who also runs the "Hippodrom" - a celebrity spotting place at the Oktoberfest.

​Address: Georg-Kalb-Str. 3​Phone: +49 89 749 940 30​Website:

Munich’s oldest market, originally a farmer’s market, is now a favourite shopping area for gourmets. The wide range of produce, which includes Bavarian specialities and exotic delicacies from around the world, gives the historic square its special flair. This is a great place for a lunch snack.

​Address: Viktualienmarkt​Phone: +49 89 233 234 73​Website:​Opening hours: Market stalls: Mon-Sat until 8pm at the latest.Subway: Marienplatz
Paulaner im Tal

Paulaner im Tal has been operating since 1524, and serves traditional food in an authentic environment. This is where businessmen and others who want to experience Bavarian food in the middle of the city go.

​Address: Tal 12, city​Phone: +49 89 219 94 00​Website: http://www.paulaner-im-tal.deSubway: Marienplatz
Pfälzer Residenz Weinstube

This restaurant is located inside the Munich Residenz, and offers quality wines and typical dishes from the Rhineland-Palatinate region. It is a meeting place for connoisseurs of fine wines.

​Address: Residenzstraße 1​Phone: +49 89 22 56 28​Website:​Opening hours: daily 10:00am - 0:30amSubway: Marienplatz
The café culture in Munich is rather exclusive. Particularly if you stick to the area around Marienplatz and Odeonsplatz. Most cafés are open from 10am and serve breakfast as well as warm meals.

Old Italian café (1775) with the lifestyle of “dolce vita”. Centrally located.

​Address: Odeonsplatz 18​Phone: +49 89 29 83 22​Website: http://www.tambosi.deSubway: Odeonsplatz
Café am Beethovenplatz

Munich’s oldest concert café. You can listen to Chopin or Mozart here while eating chocolate cake. If you come for breakfast you are rewarded with homemade marmalade.

​Address: Goethestr. 51​Phone: +49 89 55 29 10 0​Website:

Zoozie’z is a popular meeting place for both young and old locals in Munich. Breakfast, lunch and evening meals. Thursdays are 80s nights.

​Address: Wittelsbacherstr. 15​Phone: +49 89 20 10 05 9​Website:
News Bar

Popular café among students, serving breakfast, salads and soups. News Bar also serves drinks in the evening and stays open until 02am.

​Address: Amalienstr. 55​Phone: +49 89 28 17 87​Website:
Café Marais

The Café Marais was opened in 2006 and is named after one of the nicest districts in Paris.

​Address: Parkstrasse 2​Phone: +49 89 50 09 45 52​Website:
Hard Rock Café Munich

The Munich Hard Rock Café offers enjoyment for all the senses: Surrounded by original souvenirs of famous artists, young and old can experience the unique atmosphere while savouring excellent meals and international hospitality. The friendliness and attentiveness of the service team reflects the spirit of Rock’n Roll.

​Address: Platzl 1​Phone: +49 89 24 29 49 0​Website: Marienplatz
Café Glockenspiel

An in-place right in the city centre. You can enjoy a piece of cake at eyelevel with the city hall tower, while the people hurry past down in Marienplatz.

​Address: Marienplatz 28​Phone: +49 89 26 42 56​Website: Marienplatz
Football celebrities, musicians and media elite, Munich’s nightlife is swarming with celebrities. The city offers a large selection of very trendy bars & nightclubs.

Munich has a very active afterwork scene with popular venues for each weekday: Mondays:, Tuesdays:,, Wednesdays:, Thursdays:,,


The number one nightclub in Munich. You only get in here if you have the right appearance, the right income or the right friends. Make sure to wear posh attire and you might have a chance.

​Address: Prinzregentenstrasse 1​Phone: +49 89 211 11 40​Website: http://www.p1-club.deSubway: Odeonsplatz

A small elegant theatre bar with pleasant staff. They also serve good food.

​Address: Hans-Sachs-Str. 12​Phone: +49 89 26 64 54Subway: Sendlinger Tor

It houses 3 Clubs on 3,000 sq, which makes it the largest club in town.

​Address: Landsbergerstrasse 169​Phone: +49 89 52 38 88 05​Website:

This is a trendy club with the latest equipment. They also have a quiet lounge with cosy sofas for those in a more romantic mood.

​Address: Sophienstraße 7​Phone: +49 89 51 61 79 80​Website: http://www.parkcafe089.deSubway: Königsplatz

Munich’s most popular party zone with over 14 clubs, attracts night owls with a musical program ranging from Black and Latin, swing and folk all the way to hard rock and classics for the over-30 audience.

​Address: Friedenstr. 10​Phone: +49 89 49 94 91 70​Website: http://www.optimolwerke.deSubway: Ostbahnhof

This former factory site presents thrilling attractions such as the art exhibition hall „whiteBOX“, the fun and adventurous plant for children „KultiKids“, 2.000 sq of city beach for summer parties as well as a delicacy market, a design basement for antique furniture and Europe’s coolest climbing hall for sport freaks. At night the 25 clubs and bars turns it into Europe’s greatest party mile.

​Address: Grafinger Str. 6​Website: http://www.kultfabrik.deSubway: Ostbahnhof
Atomic Café

Right in the heart of Munich, five minutes away from the Marienplatz, is one of the finest venues in the city. In a cosy and unique atmosphere you can find everything here: a live club, a nightclub and a cocktail bar. The musical emphasis is on indie pop, electro, alternative and dance underground. There are two to three live concerts a week.

​Address: Neuturmstraße 5​Phone: +49 89 22 83 054​Website:​Opening hours: On weekdays admission is free 11pm (except for concerts).Subway: Marienplatz
Kilians Irish Pub

People from all over the world gather in Kilians to enjoy their fine selection of food and drink. Live music is their speciality - seven days a week, for free. During the week they mostly feature Irish bands & at weekends rock & roll and rhythm & blues. A visit is recommended to experience fine Irish hospitality, food & drink.

​Address: Frauenplatz 11​Phone: +49 89 24 21 98 99​Website:
No city break is complete without a good long stroll through the shops. Munich offers absolutely ideal conditions for a great big splurge: haute couture in the Maximilianstrasse, Theatinerstrasse, Residenzstrasse and Brienner Strasse, department and chain stores in the pedestrian precinct, trendy and flamboyant clothes between many galleries in such town districts as the Gärtnerplatz and Glockenbach area, Haidhausen or Schwabing, Bavarian local costumes, handicrafts and souvenirs in specialist shops, delicacies from all over the world at Dallmayr’s or Käfer’s, the leading delicatessens in Europe, or at the Victuals Market in the heart of the city. Another typical feature of Munich is the number of small shops that concentrate on a few articles, for example, umbrellas, felt, gloves, candles or wood carvings, and which are still to be found in the centre of town. Most shoppers make a beeline for the central pedestrian precinct in the old town centre (Kaufingerstrasse, Neuhauser Strasse, Marienplatz). Here you can explore one big department store after the other, stroll through branches of well-known chains for fashion and shoes and meanwhile discover souvenir shops. The city’s major sports shops are all located around the Marienplatz. Dallmayr’s, also well known through the television commercials advertising its coffee, is situated immediately behind the New Town Hall, from where it tempts shoppers to buy its delicacies. It’s worth discovering the adjacent area "Alter Hof" with shops for jewellery, clocks and watches, delicatessen, kitchen utensils, furniture and clothing, a vinotheque and the Infopoint of the Museums and Palaces in Bavaria, which also offers attractive and unusual souvenirs. The Victuals Market, only a few steps from the Marienplatz, displays its fruit, vegetables, herbs, bread, cheese, wine and many other tasty titbits from all over the world, extending an invitation to enjoy its wares with all the senses. Beer gardens, cafés and flowers in a blaze of colour do their best to beguile the visitor. Next to the Viktuals Market there is the “Schrannenhalle”. It was built under King Maximilian I and was originally a market hall where grains were sold. In 1932 it burned down but was rebuilt with the original wrought-iron frames and reopened in September 2005. The streets around the Victuals Market, a few corners further on along the Sendlinger Strasse and the street called the Tal in the direction of the River Isar, are full of a wide range of shops offering antiques, junk and jewellery, fashion, furniture and home accessories, leather goods, cigars and cigarettes, clocks and watches, fancy chocolates and much more besides. It’s worth making a detour to visit the streets and lanes north of the Tal in the direction of the Hofbräuhaus. Souvenir hunters, music lovers and football fans feel very much at home here. Turning back across the Marienplatz, you come to the high-class shops in the Theatinerstrasse. In delightful passages, arcades and courtyards you will find tasteful boutiques. The latest destination for the lovers of select consumer worlds: the “Fünf Höfe”, five courtyards between Theatinerstrasse and Maffeistrasse, which are also impressive for their prize-winning architecture. Besides fine shops, cafés and offices, here you will also come across the newly-designed premises of the Hypobank Cultural Foundation, an art gallery famous for its spectacular exhibitions. Munich’s ultra-chic shopping area additionally covers Perusastrasse, Residenzstrasse, Brienner Strasse and Odeonsplatz. You will discover gems in the shop belonging to the Nymphenburg Porcelain factory (Odeonsplatz 1), which has been based in Munich for over 250 years. In the district of purveyors to the court, where not only the Bavarian king was a customer, you can go on a regal shopping expedition – from porcelain, jewellery and select delicacies to high-quality shoes and clothing. Equally exclusive is the Maximilianstrasse, where a number of top couturiers present their creations. Weary shoppers regain their strength in the street cafés while they watch Munich’s kindred spirits strolling past with their colourful shopping bags. The recently opened “Maximilianshöfe” – Maximilian’s court yards - will also carry you off into the world of international design. You can take a break from shopping in the columned hall of the former “Marstall” – the royal stables, as a new restaurant has been established in the classified historical building. Outside the old town centre, for example in Schwabing, Haidhausen, around the Gärtnerplatz and in the Glockenbach area, the shops – and the customers – are quite obviously more unconventional. The Gärtnerplatz and the Glockenbach district are also ideal shopping areas for gays and lesbians. Shop ateliers, boutiques and concept stores, with many cafés and bars in between that are open during the day, invite you to go shopping, to look and enjoy yourself. Bargain-hunters are in their element at flea markets and designer outlets, or they amuse themselves in search of curiosities and crockery, junk and antiques at an old Munich institution, the street market-cum-funfair called the Auer Dult (in May, July/August and October).
Stachus Passagen: surprisingly stylish and central

In the heart of Munich, right at the Karlsplatz, is where you’ll find the Stachus Passagen – Europe’s largest underground shopping centre. A shopping Eldorado appealing to trend-conscious shoppers with its wide range of more than 50 fashion, beauty and lifestyle stores and catering for every culinary taste with a large selection of restaurants.

​Address: Karlsplatz/Stachus, Munich​Phone: +49 89 51 61 96 64​Website:
Ingolstadt Village

Discover more than 110 outlet boutiques of leading European and international fashion and lifestyle brands just 40 minutes from Munich. This charming open-air shopping Village offers savings of up to 60% on the former recommended retail price.

​Address: Otto-Hahn-Straße 1, Ingolstadt​Phone: +49 841 88 63 100​Website:
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Memmingen Airport (Munich West)

Memmingen Airport (Munich West) is located about 3.8 km (2.4 mi) from the centre of Memmingen and 110 km from the centre of Munich. The airport is located very close to the A96 (Exit Memmingen Ost) and its intersection with motorway A7. Taxis are available at the terminal building. There are several coach services from Memmingen Airport going directly to Munich - journey time is approx. 90 minutes. Regular regional rail services run to Munich, journey time is approximately 1 hour 35 minutes.

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