What to See in Munich and How to Get There
Munich is a city with such a rich culture and history, that you could spend years and still discover new things about it. While we won’t be able to cover everything there is to do, we can look at the things we believe nobody should miss.
Once you arrive in the city, the best choice for a trip to your accommodating place are Munich airport taxi services. These are a fast and cheap travelling option that provides the ideal conditions for someone not knowing the city. Drivers are quite experienced in handling tourists, being able to provide excellent advice regarding the city and the activities that are to be found. More than that, a reservation will have a vehicle already waiting for you at arrival, sparing you any from standing in lines. By far more convenient than any other choices upon arrival.
Once you’ve left your luggage in your room, public transportation is a good choice for getting around in Munich. Buying tickets for one or more days is a good deal, as they provide you with access to all methods of transportation available for a reduced price. Very handy for tourists who, as expected, want to see as much as possible during their stay.
What to see
If your time is limited, you can simply spend most of the time in the central city – there are so many things you can see and do that you will never get bored. More than that, most of the places are within walking distance, saving you transportation costs.
A 15 minute walk from the main train station will have you reach Marienplatz – a splendid market square where you can go on a free daily tour offered by New Europe. An essential experience for everyone visiting, it will expose you give you knokwledge of all the main attractions of the city.
Saint Peter’s Church will offer you an incredibly memorable view from the top of its tower. Walking through the gorgeous Residenz Palace Gardens was another of our favorite activities, carrying us into the world of royal families.
Hofbräuhaus, one of the most famous beer halls in Munich, is one of the best ways of experiencing German culture: quality beer, traditional food and music are all part of what you should be exposed to.
As an accesible getaway from the city, we have to mention the Nymphenberg Palace, which can be reached in 30 minutes using public transportation.
Oktoberfest is so famous that everyone knows about it. But there are plenty of other things to experience in Munich, far more than you can read about.
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