Be it during Oktoberfest or any other season, Munich offers a couple of things 365 days a year and those are ‘Excellent View & Excellent Brew’. However Munich is not all about Oktoberfest or visiting Dachau or Neuschwanstein, it was the home of Dukes of Bavaria and is steeped in history. Located in the southern… Read the full article
Munich Travel Guide You Need At Every Step
The city of fine wines and fine views has a grand event lined up every day of the year so no matter whenever you plan to visit it… you are in for a treat. It’s no surprise that this lovely city was the chosen home of the Dukes of Bavaria and the capital of the erstwhile country Bavaria.
Stroll around the Mareinplatz city square and you will see the ethereal Marian Column or go to Neues Rathaus which has the Clock Tower sporting the Glockenspiel show…. hundreds of machine figurines sprint in a marvellously coordinated dance. Munich’s air is still fragrant with its royal past… the Munich Residenz where kings had set up court for centuries and the Kings Palace near Marienplatz are places which will draw culture seekers and history lovers.
The majestic Cathedral Church of Our Lady is visible from all parts of Munich but to explore it fully go to Frauenplatz ….don ‘t miss the famed devil’s footprint on the floor and the black tomb of Emperor Ludwig. Munich is full of architectural splendour…Rococo style Asam Church in Sendinger Strasse and the Gothic Baroque style St Peters Church near Marienplatz are just two examples.
The Englischer Garden here is the biggest urban park in Germany and here are lakes, cycling tracks, Chinese tower containing a restaurant and also museums inside. One of the extraordinary attractions in Munich is the famous BMW museum and the Nymphenburg complex containing the chapel, palace and the incredible Nymphenburg garden.
Oktoberfest reaches its crescendo in Munich which becomes extremely populated from 3rd September to the first Sunday of October. This not so affordable but elegant and historic city has many charms hidden inside… know more about it by going through the exhaustive Munich guide.
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Getting into the city Franz Joseph Strauss International airport or Flughafen Munchen (MUC) is located 38 kilometres Northeast of Marienplatz (Munich City Centre). This airport is operational since 1992 and has 2 terminals. Over 80 passenger airlines operate to this airport. This place is a hub of Lufthansa, Lufthansa City Line, Air Dolomiti and Condor… Read the full article