Munich is a rich and culturally diverse city in south eastern Germany. It is home to 1.4 million people, many of whom work in the motoring industry. Munich also has a deservedly excellent reputation among the community of international tourists. People travel here to observe the splendid architecture and explore the great range of cultural attractions. Munich also hosts a range of popular events such as Oktoberfest and the Impark Summer Festival. So go ahead; book city accommodation in one of the many serviced apartments available and experience the magnificence of Munich.
You are encouraged to begin your Munich tour in the historic centre of Marienplatz. Here you'll discover a wide variety of museums, cafés, beer halls and gardens. You may toss a coin into the Fischbrunnen fountain and wish for some holiday romance. Then take a seat at one of the local cafés and watch the dancing figures which emerge from the New Town Hall at mid-day. If the sun is shining then you could take a scenic walk around the local English park.
Those of you with an interest in Science may opt to continue with a tour of the Deutsches museum. You'll undoubtedly be impressed by the variety of exhibits which showcase scientific developments through the ages. There may also be time for some quiet reflection at the Dachau Concentration Camp memorial site. Or perhaps you'd prefer to learn about the life of the German elite during tours of the Nymphenberg and Linderhof palaces.
You can look forward to fantastic family activities during holidays in Munich. There are a number of specialist bike tour companies in the city. It's also possible to take a dip in the warm waters of the Uunterfohringer Lake. Football enthusiasts will undoubtedly be keen to watch a Bundesliga match at the highly impressive Allianz Arena stadium. There's also the option of watching major athletics events at the Olympiastadion.
If you've developed a taste for German beer then it would be worth scheduling your Munich holidays to coincide with Oktoberfest. You might even be tempted to don a traditional German outfit and revel in the atmosphere of this major beer festival. However, those of you who miss out on Oktoberfest will still be able to enjoy evenings at Munich's traditional drinking halls.
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