What to do in Munich?
Munich is famous for its breweries, museums and galleries, keeping the works of the great masters of Europe, XVIII-XIX centuries.
What to do in Munich?
- Admire the New Town Hall and the Old Town Hall at Marienplatz, the heart of the city;
- Visit three popular Pinakothek - Old, New and Modern Art;
- Visit a quiet, picturesque area of Munich - the island of the Prater at the Isar river (there is a park, a track, the original bridges, various buildings, the Museum of the Alps);
- To visit the BMW Museum;
- To go and see the famous castle of Neuschwanstein.
Things to do in Munich?
Getting to Know Munich should start with the centralMarienplatz - there are shops, souvenir shops and restaurants. In addition, there are often street performances and concerts. Walking around Marienplatz, you can see the Old and New Town Hall.
When meeting in Munich to visit CathedralVirgin Mary: if you want you can climb to the observation deck to enjoy the view of Munich and the Alps. With the same purpose, you can climb to the observation deck of the old church Peterskirche (its dome is made in the shape of a lantern).
Be sure to visit the best city park - Hofgarten: on the one hand the park is surrounded by the Munich Residence, on the other hand - the German museum, and in the center of the park is the Temple of Diana.
Visiting Munich zoo, you can seeanimals living in an environment as close to natural. The entire zoo is divided into 15 zones (Africa, Europe, Australia, polar zone). In the area of young children will be able to feed young goats and lambs, and in the area of "Villa Dracula" - to look at the bats that live here. In the zoo there are benches, rest areas, fast-food outlets.
With children definitely need to go to the water parkAlpamare: here you can swim in the outdoor and indoor thermal pools, as well as relax in the swimming pool, which is built artificial beach and wave (like surf lovers). And fans of thrills can come off in one of the five runs (speed - up to 50 km / h, slope - 92%).
Shoppers should go on Maximilianstrasse street Noyhauzershtrasse, Kaufingerstraße - here you can find shops with affordable prices and expensive boutiques of famous brands.
Munich - Germany's largest city, resting inwhere you can see many interesting and noteworthy places, enjoy the wonderful nature, to take part in large-scale festivals such as Oktoberfest.