Munich: tradition meets state-of-the-art

MunichMunich, the capital city of Bavaria, situated amongst some of the most beautiful scenery in Europe, shows itself to be full of tradition. Famous for its beer gardens and the most famous beer festival of all “Oktoberfest” , historic buildings and outstanding museums, it is at the same time a leading location for science and research and is home to the second largest university in Germany (which explains the effervescent Munich night life).The variety of tourist attractions is amazing, including the Alte Pinakothek, one of the oldest and most important galleries in the world, the Deutsches Museum, a huge scientific-technological museum with an area of 50,000 square meters or the BMW museum, certainly a must for fans of that brand. Some of the most well-known attractions related to Munich are the Oktoberfest, the English Garden and the Nymphenburg Palace.


Oktoberfest MunichThe sixteen-day Oktoberfest festival held each year starting late September is one of the most famous events in Germany and is known as the Largest Volksfest (People's Fair) in the World, with some six million people attending each year . Besides drinking amazing amounts of beer, visitors also eat huge quantities of food, such as Würstel, Sauerkraut and Knödel.

Englischer Garten

With an area of 3.7 km2, the English Garden in the heart of Munich is one of the world’s largest urban public parks, larger even than New York’s Central Park. It has shaded paths, brooks, ponds and swans and is best known for its four beer gardens (you can’t escape them!). It offers many attractions like the Japanese tea-house, created to celebrate the Summer Olympics of 1972, the Schönfeld meadow, famous for its nude sunbathers, a standing wave for surfers, and much more.

Nymphenburg Palace with Park and Pavilions

Nymphenburg PalaceThe baroque Nymphenburg Palace in the western part of Munich was the summer residence of the Bavarian monarchs. With its lavishly decorated interior and the famous "Gallery of Beauties", the palace, which houses several outstanding collections, is one of Munich's favourite attractions. While you’re there, take a walk in the Nymphenburg Palace landscaped park with its venerable trees, myriad waterways and secluded pavilions. An ideal place to go exploring. Munich clearly has much more to offer than just the greatest beer gardens in the world!

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