Munich: Catch The Blend Of History And Modernity In Munich

Munich is the capital of Bavaria, in Germany. It is known for its centuries old buildings and museums. It is also famous for its Oktoberfest Celebrations.

I visited the city in the month of December when it was cold, snowy and full of winter sport activities. Apart from this, I also visited many popular tourist destinations including the Alps.

  • The Nymphenburg Palace is a coach museum and held wonders for my eyes as I had never seen something quite like it. Munich Residenz too is a museum and an old royal building with a grand flaunting architecture that is one to remember.
  • The Englischer Garten is a beautiful place tucked into the sleeves of this city, providing greenery, calmness and a one of kind beer varieties.
  • Hofbrauhaus am Platzl is the legendary state owned beer hall and I enjoyed the taste of every single point I tasted.
  • Marienplatz held more architectural beauty with it which I found unique to this state. It’s the central square of Munich and is a sight to behold at night.

When it comes to museums, the city doesn’t fail to surprise, with the Deutsches museum of science and technology, the BMW museum for a space age steel venue with cars and bikes, and what not.

Munich is well connected to major cities of Germany by road, rail and flights. In fact, Germany is well known for its seamless connectivity from all its ends to the major cities and towns. Also, the Munich Airport also serves flights from many major cities of Europe.

It is recommended to spend at least a week exclusively for Munich to get the feel of the vibes.

So come visit Munich, and lose yourself in the architecture, history and beauty of a city that will provide you with immense knowledge if you seek it and also immense beer if you want to get tipsy and enjoy.

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