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About Munich

Munich is the third largest city in Germany. It is also the capital city of Bavaria. The city is covered with natural greenery. It has gorgeous Rococo architecture and a cozy atmosphere. Munich is bright with the afterglow of the former Bavarian kingdom. Marienplatz, the central square in the heart of the city, is surrounded by many gorgeous buildings and it is impossible for people to do anything other than admire its grandeur and style. This place also has a number of delicious local specialties. The tasty beer served by the liter, roast pork knuckle (Schweinshaxe) and white sausage (Weisswurst) are some good examples. On most days, you can sit in a small restaurant or Biergarten drinking beer and eating delicious food. Every year at the end of September, however, the traditional Oktoberfest and the whole city is transformed into a magnificent weeks-long carnival.

Popular Attractions in Munich

Marienplatz
4.6/5
671 Reviews
Square
Located in the heart of Munich, Marienplatz is Munich's main square. Because Munich's new and old town halls are all around the square, locals call Marienplatz the "city's living room." There's always something going on in Marienplatz. It is a venue for various political and cultural events and gatherings in Munich. The buildings on the square are worth a visit. They highlight the historical and cultural heritage of Munich.
BMW Museum
4.6/5
357 Reviews
Museum
The BMW Museum in Munich, Germany has many fascinating cars and motorcycles that illustrate in living color the history and future of German engineered vehicles. The fascinating evolution of automobiles and motorcycles is demonstrated in flawless perfection. Learn about powerful engines and forward thinking safety features in exhibits spanning nearly a century. Discover the technology and design of current and future models in seven distinct exhibit areas. Feel and see the fine materials that go in to making each individual BMW on a huge sample board. Get up close and personal with current models in The Gallery of Driving Pleasure.
Hofbrauhaus
4.5/5
353 Reviews
Winery/Distillery
Performances
The Royal Beer House is located in the northeastern part of the Marienplatz in Munich. It was originally a royal brewery and was later opened to the general public. For hundreds of years, the Royal Beer House has become an ideal place for celebrity politicians to meet, and Princess Sissi, Goethe, and Lenin have been guests of the Royal Beer House. The Royal Brasserie is a white building that steps into the main entrance. The first thing that catches the eye is the souvenir shop, which sells beer-related peripheral products.
Allianz Arena
4.5/5
237 Reviews
Soccer Field
Stadium
If you want to get a true picture of German sports culture, make sure you stop at the Allianz Arena just north of Munich. Here, you can cheer your favorite team on as part of a crowd of 69,901. As you visit, try to remember the 2006 World Cup matches that were held here, back when it was called the FIFA World Cup Stadium Munich, as those were some of the first major matches held there. Even if you brought your family, rest assured you can still visit: the stadium has three day-care centers. You can buy numerous souvenir items, too, at the two fan shops and numerous merchandise kiosks.

Munich Tours & Tickets

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Munich City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
5/5
22 Reviews
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FromAU$31.50
Zugspitze Day Tour from Munich
FromAU$167.50

Travelogue

Germany: Beauty in the Heart of Europe
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Located in the heart of Europe, Germany is the continent’s largest and most important economy. A major trading nation, it is central to the politics of the European Union. Germany’s long and complicated history have left indelible marks throughout the land. Travelers can tour ancient Roman ruins in Cologne, or visit great Romanesque Revival palaces in Bavaria. See the monuments to war in Berlin, or just relax along the Baltic Coast. This article will introduce the wondrous diversity on offer in Germany and suggest things to see in some of the country’s major cities. Come along we visit this beautiful destination.
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Munich Weather

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Trip Moments

jennynui   
Christmas's footsteps are coming soon and I am going to the Christmas market in Marienplatz, Munich, Bavaria, Germany. Where, the lively atmosphere is full of the whole market, locals and tourists Here, I have a wide selection of cute Christmas dolls and decorations. I am so excited that I want to take it home. Eating a piece of gingerbread is a must-have. I received a love-shaped shape that is really cute. Many locals have a hot drink to chat here and feel the deep Christmas atmosphere.
Posted: 8 Dec 2018
weiyishan   
The grain market is the largest food market in the heart of Munich and is very popular with locals. There are more than 100 stalls in the market, selling the freshest fruits and vegetables, cheese, meat, and new fish every day. All shops have a uniform opening time, usually open from Monday to Saturday until 8:00 pm, especially every Saturday morning. In the summer, it is a lively beer plaza, where you can enjoy fine wines with locals. Grain market Viktualienmarkt, Marienlatz stands out, turn right, turn right through the path next to the bell tower of Peter Church, see a green shed shop and eat and eat, the grain market is here. Market 6
Posted: 15 Dec 2018
Samuels Lifestyle   
The second stop of the Allianz Arena came to the auditorium of the stadium. The Tour guide vividly introduced the history of the Allianz Arena, the huge investment and the difficulty of grabbing tickets. The specific figures don't remember much, but at the time they shocked everyone. The whole stadium has a very wide view. If you can watch a ball here, it is a great enjoyment to Munich. Responsible travel Tips 1 Allianz Arena can only follow tour, the cost is included in the fare; 2 Allianz Arena is very big and easy to get lost. After each visit, please follow the guide to the next stop, because some doors will be locked automatically; 3 Allianz Stadium should be taken in time, because after leaving a point, it will not return, missed it. Buy a ticket again and come again! More information about the games of Munich and Allianz Arena. Please pay attention to my Trip for details.
Posted: 21 Dec 2018
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