Munich

Lederhosen and Laptop, Oktoberfest and the Enjoyment of Art
Dolce vita in Munich! The Bavarian capital is one of the most prosperous cities in Europe. Over the years it has gained a reputation as a high-tech location with many important global players based here. Every year in September it’s “o’zapft is!” (the barrel is open!) time once again, indicating that the drinking can begin! Millions of tourists flock to the Oktoberfest to enjoy real Bavarian tradition. However, Munich has a lot more to offer beyond the beer tents; it’s quite simply a beautiful city radiating the zest for life, with friendly people as well as a unique art and cultural landscape. The Alte- and the Neue Pinakothek as well as the Pinakothek der Moderne and the Lenbachhaus belong to the most renowned art galleries worldwide. The Deutsche Museum (German Museum) is the largest museum of technology and natural sciences in the world. Munich’s lively centre is the Marienplatz, the city’s central square right in the middle of the old town (Altstadt). Not far from here is the city’s landmark: the Frauenkirche (Cathedral Church of Our Lady) with its two striking towers. Stachus, otherwise known as Karlsplatz, is the perfect starting point for a lengthy shopping tour. When hunger strikes head to the legendary Viktualienmarkt (victuals market) with its wide selection of Bavarian delicacies and a huge portion of the Munich savoir vivre thrown in for free!

Gardens and Beer Gardens
The many well-tended parks and gardens also exude Munich flair. The Hofgarten (Court Garden) in the centre of the city offers a haven of tranquillity with a stunning view of the Theatinerkirche (Theatine Church). In the English Garden idyllically-situated beer gardens invite the tourist to try a typical Munich snack. The top favourite drinking sites include the beer garden at the Chinese Tower, the Seehaus, Hirschhaus and Aumeister, the Monopteros as well as the Japanese Teahouse.

Going out for a bite to eat
Schwabing is one of the most traditional entertainment districts Metropolis on the River Isar. Countless cafés, bistros and restaurants can be experienced around the Leopoldstrasse – from the hip Italian restaurant to the gourmet temple Tantris with its two Michelin stars. Another address offering culinary delights at star level is the Restaurant Königshof in the traditional luxury hotel Königshof , which offers its guests an exquisite stay right in the heart of the city. For a more typical Bavarian experience then the traditional bars in the city are the right address. These include the Ratskeller, Pschorr, Weisse Bräuhaus and Nürnberger Bratwurst Glöckl. This is where a hearty Bavarian delicacy washed down with a Weissbier (pale wheat beer) enjoyed in a cosy Bavarian ambience surely tastes the best.

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