The city of Munich has a lot of attractions to offer for everyone. Whether you are interested in history, architecture or art: whether you enjoy strolling through parks, interesting attractions like a trip to the Bavaria film studios or a visit to one of Munich’s famous traditional beer gardens, you’ll always find something to do in this city, as well as finding a wide range of Germany Holiday Accommodation, Self Catering Accommodation in Germany and Munich Holiday Accommodation.
Munich has many beer gardens and one of the world’s most famous one is Hofbrauhaus. Enjoy traditional music, tasty Bavarian food and of course a “Mab” of beer. Visit also many of Munich’s public parks: The English Garden is Munich’s largest urban public park and offers a lot of attractions. Enjoy a great view from the “Monopteros” or visit the famous beer garden at the Chinesischer Turn. After all this wining and dining you’ll appreciate relaxing at your Germany Holiday Accommodation, Germany Hotel or Self Catering Accommodation in Germany.
Enjoy a lunch at the Victuals Market where stalls not only offer the freshest fruits and vegetables in Munich, but traditional Bavarian Schweinshax’n and Speck, sea food, delicious cheeses from all over Europe and much more can be found at this Market and is a must to see. Take some tasty treats back to your Germany Hotel, Germany Holiday Accommodation or Self Catering Accommodation in Germany and enjoy! The Nymphenburg Schloss (castle) is one of Munich’s favourite tourist attractions as are the Botanical Gardens, the Olympic Park and the BMW museum.
The BMW Museum in Munich offers the most fascinating account of transport technology, through the vintage cars, mementoes and historic film footage devoted to the iconic Bavarian motor company. It is situated beside the landmark BMW Building and the Olympic complex. Also here, the new BMW World centre, with its intriguing space-age architecture, provides an extension of the museum, focussing exclusively on new cars.
The Olympiapark has been one of Munich’s landmarks ever since the 1972 Olympic Games. The park is really worth visiting with its striking skyline and massive tower – the tallest reinforced-concrete construction in Europe. Today, the park is a major centre for sport and recreation – a veritable green lung just north of the city centre, built on the Olympiaberg (Olympic Hill), which was constructed from wartime rubble. Alongside the massive sports arenas are picnic areas and playgrounds, an artificial lake, a mini train and the Olympiaturm, with its revolving restaurant which offers unforgettable views of Munich and the Alps on a clear day.
The Nymphenburg Palace is located on the western edge of the city, and was built between the 17th and 19th centuries. Highlights within the main palace include the late-rococo Steinerner Saal (Hall of Stone) and the Gallery of Beauties – a collection of portraits of beautiful women commissioned by Ludwig I. Thus, the city has much to offer to tourists coming for vacation. Staying at Germany holiday accommodation, you can explore much of the region at leisure.
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