Munich is a beautiful city and the capital of the Bavarian state in the south-east of Germany. Showcasing charm, architectural wonders and festivals that attract visitors from all over the world, it’s a well-preserved, traditional place that has embraced the modern age.
For the beer enthusiasts and the curious you have some treats in store for you! Oktoberfest is the annual beer festival attended by millions every year (however unfortunately it’s not running in 2021, but the official website says 2022 is a go!). Taste some of the finest beers on earth, dance, talk, laugh and soak in the vibe. Generally running from mid-late September through to October, it’s the perfect autumn break.
Hofbräuhaus, the world famous multi-level tavern, can be traced back to the 16th century. It’s a staple of Bavarian culture and offers a unique ‘taste’ of history and tradition – through sampling it’s wonderfully crafted beers.
You’ll be amazed visiting the BMW Museum, it’s a different kind of experience yet no less inspiring to see and learn about the history of this home-grown company. The Munich Residenz, located in the centre of Munich is the former palace for the Bavarian monarchs – the Wittelbachs. You can tour inside and see carefully preserved collections, rooms and enjoy the architecture of the building itself.
You can’t see Munich without taking in the scenic gardens and parks like the Englischer Garten (the English Garden) or the Nymphenburg Palace. Book a walking tour to visit the major historical sites, local foods and scenic sites.
With lots of live shows all throughout the year, top off an amazing trip with an amazing evening of music, dancing and socialising.
It’s a stunning place and a real delight to visit.