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Visit Munich Germany.We're sure you'll enjoy your visit to Munich, the capital of Bavaria in Germany. When you think of a capital city, do you think of a serious place with government officials and boring buildings? Well get that picture out of your mind....Munich is FUN! You won't be short on what to see in Munich.
Munich is in the southern part of Germany. Truthfully, it best known for its fall/autumn festival of Oktoberfest. Beer is a big part of touring this great city with all its famous beer halls, but there is so much more.
There are great museums to visit... historic churches... and the great central square of Marienplatz which is full of flowers, and alpen horns, and the Rathaus looming over the whole pagent. (OK, many of the buildings have been re-built since they were destroyed in World War II, but the reconstructions are so faithful that you'll never notice.)
What's this about Alpen horns? You'll find lots of those Tyrollean influences because it is close to the Tyrollean Alps; they're only 50 miles (80 km) away. The music and the people in Bavaria just seem more carefree than what you find in northern Germany.
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What to see in MunichYou shouldn't be at a loss as to what to see in Munich, this fun loving city? See the Marienplatz we mentioned above. Join all the other tourists to watch the Glockenspeil that graces the top of the Rathaus (the New Town Hall) put on its show at 11 am. (The bells and characters also come out at 12 noon and 5 pm in the summer.)
See the Frauenkirche, one of the symbols of the city, but don't neglect other churches, and stay alert for concerts in them. It's a real treat to hear organs and choirs in any church... like listening to angels, and I guess that's the affect the architects were hoping to have on you!
You'll also want to see the Residenz, the Palace in the middle of town. It can take you the better part of a day just to see the highlights. Its fabulous rooms are full of period furniture. Don't miss the treasury! I will never forget the little gold statue of St. George Slaying the Dragon that is encrusted with jewels.
There are museums too... the Alte Pinakothek full of old masters and the Neue Pinakothek with paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries, but you could also visit... say... the BMW Museum. There is a whole list of museums to choose from.
For meals why not try a beer hall? There are plenty to choose from in Munich... and while there will be lots of tourists in them... there will also be lots of locals and plenty of atmosphere and music. The most famous is the Hofbrauhaus, which has a vibrant atmosphere at any time and is not to be missed!
Most major airlines fly into the Munich airport. If you want to get straight to this fun loving part of Germany, why not fly directly in? Buses, trains and taxis are available to get you into town. The airport is only about 9 miles (15 km) from town, but it will take you about 45 minutes to get in from the airport to city center.
If you want to, try car hire from Munich to explore the rest of Bavaria, but do that AFTER you've seen Munich... you don't need a car in town, and you don't want the expense and bother of parking it.
So for a visit to the Bavarian corner of Germany consider starting in Munich where you can immerse yourself in culture and lots of fun.
Munich is and entry point to the Romantic Route in Germany, so car hire in Munich is a recommendation, unless you are taking a guided package tour of Bavaria.