Do not forget to take the kids along with you, visiting Hellabrunn Zoo is a trip that they will enjoy the most. Few visitors arrive and leave Munich without viewing the Hellabrun Zoo, which covers a staggering area of 173 acres (70 hectares).
Nothing can beat the sheer fun of strolling in the cradles of nature after a tiring morning of sightseeing. Located bang in the center of Munich, the English Garden, locally known as the Englischer Garten is a huge public park that stretches from the center of the city to its northeastern limits.
Germany is famous all over the world for its archaeological treasures. However, instead of wandering here and there, you can view a massive collection of them all in the Bavarian State Archaeological Collection.
Hold your breath and tread the ground carefully when visiting the Munich Christmas market. This is one of the oldest of Germany’s Christmas markets whose roots can be traced back to the fourteenth century. This market is located in the heart of the city center, on Marienplatz.
Arguably one of Germany’s most celebrated, famous, and visited cities; Munich is a popular spot for visitors from across the globe ranging from ordinary tourists to jet-setting celebrities. Munich has sights, attractions, and events for everyone. The city is a bustling metropolis filled with modern flair and classic culture at the same time.