Munich is one of the most fascinating of all Germany’s cities to explore. It abounds with vitality: you could never run out of things to do in Munich. Uncover its cultural sights and array of architectural stylistic landmarks. And it goes without saying that Munich and its beer are a winning combination. Why not also take a day trip from Munich to a renowned region of Germany, such as Salzburg and the Lake District?
A Munich sightseeing tour is ideal in that it gives you an excellent chance to become familiar with the layout of its prime attractions. And what attractions these are. Marienplatz is Munich’s central square, and it is here that some of the most spectacular architecture of the city is located. The Mariensaule, a celebrated Marian column with a statue of Mary on its peak, is bound to attract your attention. The New Town Hall’s tower, with its appealing Glockenspiel, cannot fail to charm. Another especial landmark of Munich is the Frauenkirche, which can hold up to 20,000 people and provides exceptional views of the grandiose Bavarian Alps, if you climb the steps of its towers.
Munich has no scarcity of museums: ensure you buy some attraction tickets to some of its very finest. The most obvious first port of call is the German Museum, one of the largest as well as most long established science and technology museums to be found in the world. Both the Alte Pinakothek and Neue Pinakothek are sure to impress art lovers. While the Alte Pinakothek is focused on Middle Age to Rococo art, with an extensive Rubens collection, the Neue Pinakothek is home to late eighteenth to turn of the twentieth century art.
Munich and its beer are of high repute. One of the key things to do in Munich is to pay a visit to the Hofbrauhaus, where beer is served in one litre vessels. More than simply a beer hall, the Hofbrauhaus plays a key role in the history of Munich’s culture, and was established back in 1589.
Why not uncover the majesty of Salzburg, celebrated as the ‘city of Mozart’, on a day trip from Munich to Salzburg and the Lake District? Take a boat ride on Lake Wolfgangsee, and the Lake Mondsee, the latter famously featuring in ‘The Sound of Music.’ As you travel from Munich to Salzburg, you will be granted incredible panoramic perspectives over the Lower Bavarian Alps.
Take a Munich sightseeing tour and delve into the extraordinary attractions that abound in the city. Sample Munich and its beer on a visit to the eminent Hofbrauhaus. When you feel you have explored the best of things to do in Munich, perhaps take the opportunity to go on a day trip from the city. One of the most exceptional options is a Salzburg and the Lake District tour. Salzburg has a very distinct aura to Munich, and possesses its own remarkable beauty, which is difficult to rival.