Travel to Munich, of high aesthetic and cultural background
On the banks of the river Isar, in a landscape of great natural beauty, in the southern part of Germany, lies Munich, the capital of Bavaria and an important industrial, commercial and cultural center of Europe. The German metropolis of the south, emerges as a destination that offers endless options to every visitor and becomes synonymous with high quality life. Pedestrian paths for endless walks, beautiful parks, roads flooded with bicycles, galleries and museums, but also its perfect infrastructure, compose the special physiognomy of Munich, which manages to excite and enchant, occupying a place in the most popular destinations in the world.
Make your first appointment with Munich in the Old Town (Innerstadt) and specifically in the central Marienplatz, in front of the imposing New Town Hall (Neues Rathaus). Its dimensions, neo-Gothic aesthetics, statues and ornate decorations go beyond any description.
The monumental sights of the bustling Marienplatz are complemented by the column with the golden statue of the Virgin (Marienschule), the impressive Old Town Hall (Altes Rathaus) and the Peterskirche, the oldest church in Munich, with its ornate architectural ornaments. Take a stroll through the Cathedral of the Virgin Mary (Frauenkirche), with its stunning domes becoming a landmark in the Bavarian capital. And while the Royal Palaces (Residenz) leave every visitor speechless with their grandeur, after passing through the State Opera and the National Theater of Bavaria, indulge in the enchanting atmosphere of the English Gardens (Englischer Garten), in a relaxing walk in the green heart of the city. Visit the endless Olympic Park with the Olympic Tower offering views of the Alps and give Munich the opportunity to win you over with its high aesthetics and innovative culture.
Local cuisine and food
The local cuisine of Munich has a wide variety of authentic German cuisine. Sausages, pork, shank, beer and strudel stand out in popular flavors. Try pretzel with a glass of authentic German beer, roasted duck with dumpling and cabbage, a wide variety of done, wrapped in a pie with vegetables and yogurt sauce or spicy sauce, and for dessert Kaiserschmarrn (fluffy pancake, sprinkled with breadcrumbs fruit (apple), caramelized raisins and almonds, as well as Zwetschgendatschi (sweet with ripe plums on crispy dough and sprinkled with sesame seeds), which will excite you.
The best season to visit Munich
Ideally choose the period May - September, with the climatic conditions being ideal for a comfortable and pleasant trip. The Oktoberfest beer festival takes place every October, being a unique experience.
How to move around Munich
Transfer from/to Munich
Munich International Airport, Franz Josef Strauss, is 29 km away. from the city center. The transfer to the center of Munich is done by buses, which depart every 15 'from terminal 2, in the direction of the central station of Munich. Airport Lufthansa buses also serve the same purpose. The train, through the lines S1 and S8 of the suburban area for the center is an alternative, fast and economical option (40'10 €), while with a taxi within 45 'and with about 70 €, you reach your relaxed destination.
Transportation in the city is done through a well-organized public transport network. Buses, trams, city trains and metro, offer comfortable, fast and safe transport to every corner of the city. Alternatively use a bicycle, or get to know parts of the city on foot.