Things To See and Do
Munich is a glorious city that shrugs off the coldness and sternness of buildings that are so prevalent elsewhere in Germany. Sure, it has a few of these buildings, but in the old city visitors will find attractive historic buildings and monuments. Munich makes a good base for day trips to outlying areas, such as the Nazi concentration camp at Dachau or scenic Salzburg, but there is plenty to keep visitors in the city too.
Outdoor Munich can be as active or relaxed as you choose – from lazy days in beer gardens to abseiling the Olympic Stadium. Although Munich draws a lot of tourism for its sampling of contemporary Bavarian culture and the beer extravaganza - Oktoberfest, there is a lot to do within a day's travel time of the city that is often left unexplored.
~Activities, Where to Eat, Stay, What to Do in Munich~
Munich have a huge range of options for food and drink. Munich’s Old Town is a vibrant centre of culture both modern and historical, with extravagant beer halls, lively festivals and busy markets, and people from all walks of life. Widely regarded as the best place to live in Germany, highly traditional Munich is developing a cosmopolitan cooking scene.
The oldest and most famous beer hall in the world and therefore impossible to miss, Hofbräuhaus is incredibly welcoming with beer is to die for, and is in the Old Town.
The greatest range of food and drink imaginable, Dallmayr Delicatessen has it all. Selections of everything from meat to confectionery adorn the walls...
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MUNICH — (MunichNOW Arts & Culture) — Now that life here in Munich is getting somewhat back to normal, it time for some outdoor events, especially at one of our favorite sports, Theatron in Westpark. Entity Theatre, Munich’s own English-language theatre group invites everyone to bring a blanket, some chairs, and a picnic supper for their […]
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