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Are you searching for your next unforgettable adventure? Munich is a destination full of unique surprises that are just waiting to be explored.
Around 1,300,000 people live in this part of Upper Bavaria.
Not sure where to start exploring in this incredible destination? English Garden and Marienplatz would be a terrific choice.
The whole family is sure to have a ball at the Bavaria Filmstadt and Westbad. If that isn't enough to wear the little ones out, why not check out the Kindermuseum Muenchen and the KinderReich as well?
Magical aquatic kingdoms are waiting to be found at Sea Life Aquarium and SeaLife. For even more adventures of the underwater kind, make your way to Sealife Munich.
A few animal snaps will definitely add some charm to your holiday album! Take the family to see, discover and photograph the array of fascinating wildlife at the Hellabrunn Zoo and the Wildpark Poing. The BergTierPark Blindham is another fine place which teaches visitors about taking care of animals and the environment.
When it comes to a cold beer, almost everyone has their favourite type. Fortunately, this place is renowned for its brewing culture, so discovering your ideal drop won't be that hard! You might want to start off at the Lowenbrau or the Weihenstephan Brewery. Afterwards, if you haven't already had that one too many, see if there are any tours at the Augustiner Brau or the Nockherberg Paulaner Brewery.
Want to spend a day taste testing the local wine? You can indulge your palate, as well as learn about the winemaking process used this region, at the Erdinger Weissbrau Brewery.
Munich takes its plant collecting seriously, so there are plenty of places where you can go and see botanic specimens from both regional and international environments. A stroll through the well-kept gardens at the Botanical Garden Munich-Nymphenburg and the Weihenstephaner Perennial Gardens is not to be missed. For those who are more committed, the Old Botanical Garden and the Bundesgartenschau also have some pleasing floral exhibits.
Get cosy with your favourite book, play a game or just watch the clouds drift by at Olympic Park and Westpark. Theresienwiese and Hofgarten are a couple more spots where you can experience a little greenery.
Why not go for a relaxing stroll around Klostersee or Starnberger See? Or, you could just stand by the water's edge and try to spot native birdlife.
Looking for the true path to happiness? Then spend time in nature. Erding Thermal Spa is a wonderful spot where you can stimulate your senses and give your mind some peace.
If you want to learn something new or even just find shelter from a rainy day, the Deutsches Museum and the BMW World should be on your itinerary. Enquire about guided tours or study the eye-opening exhibits on your own. After more? Also head to the Pinakothek der Moderne and the Bavarian National Museum.
Exhibiting a collection of the most recent scientific knowledge, the Diözesan Museum offers everything you need to keep your brain buzzing.
Improve your understanding of the natural world when you stop into the Munich Paleontological Museum. With so much information to digest and so many unusual specimens to take a look at, you might want to spend a whole day there!
With so many intriguing art collections to admire, you might need a push in the right direction. We recommend picking up a strong coffee and heading straight for the Old Pinakothek or the New Pinakothek. More bright canvases and sumptuous sculptures are waiting for you at the Lenbachhaus and the House of Art.
Take a step back through time and get to know the characters and events that have left an indelible mark on Munich at the Jewish Museum Munich and the Bauernhausmuseum des Landkreises Erding. For an even greater insight into the days of old, also think about visiting the Marstall-Museum and the Jüdisches Museum.
Munich offers lots of fascinating historic attractions. Why not start your journey back through time at Hofbrauhaus and the Chinesischer Turm? New Town Hall - Glockenspiel and the Technical University of Munich are two more worthwhile sights.
Those with an interest in military history shouldn't skip Sendlinger Tor and Isar Tor. Picture the spectacular attacks that went on there and discover the defensive features that made them hard to attack.
For a look into the lives of the rich and famous, check out Nymphenburg Palace and Residenz. The magnificent designs of Schleissheim Palace and Dachau Palace shouldn't be missed either.
Step back into a time of historic glory with a visit to Hohenkammer Castle or Blutenburg Castle. Marvel at the idyllic surrounds and imagine yourself running through its endless passageways. If you're wanting to learn more about these enchanting cultural monuments, why not take a look at Magdalenenklause and Pagodenburg too?
Regardless of your beliefs, you're sure to enjoy the tranquil atmosphere at Church of Our Lady and Asamkirche. You can get an even deeper look into the local beliefs at St Peter's Church and St. Michael's Church.
Don't hop back on that plane just yet, there are still some surprises left. Have you visited European Patent Office and the Bavarian State Library yet? You shouldn't forget about Eisbach Surfing and Freizeitpark Neubiberg either.
With such a decent selection, you shouldn't have too many problems securing your Munich hotel. Currently, ebookers' travel guide lists 253 properties.
If you're after a simple room without all the added extras, the Eden Hotel Wolff, located at Arnulfstr. 4, is your safest bet. Yet another accommodation that provides excellent service at an even better price is the Pension Seibel, which can be found at Reichenbachstrasse 8. But if a bit of luxury is more your thing, then the Mandarin Oriental München or the Hotel Bayerischer Hof will fit the bill.
Another great option is to stay near English Garden. You can do this by booking in at the Hilton Munich Park, which is just 0.2 miles away. Equally popular is the Golden Leaf Parkhotel Im Lehel, 0.7 miles away.
Easily the largest museum of technology and natural sciences in the world, visitors would need an entire week if they wanted to visit each of the Deutsches Museum’s distinct exhibits. Spanning 13 acres, the expositions cover a wide variety of themes, including machines, equipment, models and reconstructions, and traditional mechanics and telecommunications. Hands-on exhibits allow guests to learn about the technologies through experimentation.
This church was built in the 16th century and gives visitors a glimpse of both Germany’s historical religious traditions and architectural trends. The church was badly damaged and then restored after the Second World War. Visitors can climb the two towers to take in some of the best views in the city. Daily tours of the church provide history buffs with all the information they could hope to know about the cathedral’s origins.
Cultural history buffs should head to the Bayerisches National Museum, the city’s three-storey arts and history centre. The museum features sculptures, folk pieces, cloths, and all kinds of different scientific artefacts that reveal the city’s past. Visitors can spend a full day walking around the educational displays.
Dating back to the Wittelsbach dynasty, this building is one of the biggest and most impressive architectural marvels within the city. Guests cannot tour the home of the powerful medieval family, but they can people watch from the beautiful courtyard.
One of the most popular Baroque complexes in the world, these three palaces are located just 13 kilometres from Munich’s centre in the town of Oberschleißheim. The palaces began as summer retreats for Bavarian rulers. Built in 1598, Schleissheim Palace sports marks of damage but provides an example of a Renaissance country estate.
The Schloss Lustheim was constructed between 1684 and 1688, and contains an extensive collection of porcelain plates. Built between 1701 and 1704, the New Schleibheim palace has a majestic Great Hall with a gallery of European Baroque painting.
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Munich originally imported beer until Duke Wihelm V decided it would be cost effective to build the city its own brewery in 1589. The Hofbrauhaus quickly grew to be very successful and, more than four hundred years later, this beer garden remains as one of Europe’s biggest tourist attractions.
So come try one of its signature beers in a trademark mug. If you are not much of a drinker, Hofbrauhaus also serves excellent German pub food, and the unique atmosphere of a historic brew house makes it well worth the trip.
One of the oldest natural zoological parks in Europe and the world, the Tierpark Hellabrunn zoo contains more than 5,000 animals of more than 460 distinct species. The zoo is divided according the earth’s continental formation, creating 15 different sections.
Adult admission to Tierpark Hellabrunn costs just €11, making a trip here a great activity for a whole-family daytrip. The zoo’s origins date back to a compound where elector Maximillian III held exotic animals. Today, visitors can see all kinds of animas, including lions, bears, exotic birds, monkeys, and obscure insects.
One of the world’s most modern football facilities, the Allianz Arena was created in May 2005 and financed by TSV 1860 Munchen and FC Bayern Munchen. The architectural marvel was designed by Herzog and de Meuron of Basel, and has a capacity of 69,900 seats.
The stadium’s 2,874 foil panels form the 64,000 square metre roof, providing a shell-like membrane. The stadium’s most impressive feature is its lighting, which illuminates it with the colours of the two football clubs. The arena was inaugurated for the first match of the 2006 FIFA World Cup.
The largest green space within the city limits, the English Garden is located just north of the city, and has natural viewpoints of the city that attract thousands of visitors to the garden to pass the afternoon with picnics. The rivers that flow through the park also offer swimming recreation. The park’s beer gardens serve as rest stops for weary picnickers, providing visitors with well-deserved treats.
For visitors looking to stay in the crème de la crème of Bavarian hotels, look no further – the Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Hotel has it all. This elegant grand hotel is 150 years old, yet all of its services and comforts are very modern. Typical rooms include Internet and a queen-sized bed, while the hotel itself has a fitness club, a spa, a pool, and a top quality restaurant. It is also located just blocks away from shopping boutiques and theatres.
Another jewel of a hotel is the Westin Grand Hotel. The 627 guest rooms and 28 suites provide panoramic views of the city and the mountains. Rooms come standard with comfortable beds, cleansing showers, and flat screen televisions. The hotel’s Paulaner’s Wirtshaus beer garden is a great place to share drink. Guests who are looking for a little relaxation will enjoy the Westin Grand Munich’s indoor pool, sauna, steam bath, and spa.
Another fine lodging establishment is the Hotel Drei Lowen. All rooms have a traditional feel, but are equipped with modern appliances such as a radios, televisions, telephones, fax machines, mini bars, and hair dryers. Step outside the hotel and guests will find themselves in Munich’s historical centre. Wireless Internet is available everywhere and the hotel’s restaurant has a great dinner menu.
The Holiday Inn Munich-Schwabing combines a great location with affordable rates. This hotel lies in the artistic quarter of Schwabing, and is a popular destination within the city. The English Garden, with its cafes and shops, is also just around the corner. Hotel amenities – including a pool, a lounge, and a sauna – are great for tourists who may require some downtime.
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Munich Airport is very accessible for travellers. The S-Bahn lines 1 and 8 operate to and from the city to the airport and many airlines include the fee of transport on the train from the terminal in the airfare. The airport bus operates every 20 minutes and cost €10. Otherwise there are taxi and limo services, but no car hire in Munich is necessary.
Munich also has the incredible S-Bahnwhich connects beyond Bavaria. More than 720,000 passengers travel by the S-Bahn daily. The S-Bahn runs on 442 kilometres of line at an average speed of 50 kilometres per hour. The trains run frequently but the next goal is to have them running every 10 minutes.
Public transportation is well developed, including 550 underground cars, 96 trams, or 250 different buses. There are also 200 plus buses which operate in cooperation with the main MVG or Munchner Verkelhrsgesellschaft company. More than one million passengers use the services daily.
Located in Altstadt-Lehel, this luxury hotel is steps away from National Theater Munich and Hofbrauhaus. Marienplatz and Residenz are also within 10 ...
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Situated in the suburbs, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of International Congress Center Munich, Riem Arcaden Shopping Center and New Fair Munich. Parsdorf ...
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