Things To Do in Munich, Germany

When you ask someone “Have you ever been to Munich, Germany?” You will hear “no” or “Yes, I went there to celebrate the Oktoberfest. I had a lot of beer and I ate sausages every day. “Yes, Munich is well known for its world-famous work, attracting up to six million people annually from around the world. This festival should be fun and a good experience, we can not deny it. But Munich offers many more and more experiences than drinking during the Oktoberfest. You may notice that you go to Munich with plenty of green space and gardens in the city. (English Garden Olympiapark …) You will see villagers who go there to spend time with family, friends … to be happy and have a good time. You will notice people cycling whenever they want to go somewhere. They are in all places and there are bicycle routes within the city. The distance is 900 kilometers (560 miles). Green bike area … Then what in Munich? Take a look at the top five things to do in Munich!

blog1 next to the city view at St. Peter’s Church
The best way to view the city center. Munich: Climb the rooftop of St. Peter’s Church! This church is located on the Marienplatz in the heart of the city. All you have to do is pay three euros to get to the top. Oh … and climb the 306 ladder waiting for you! Yes, this church is 650 years old, so there is no elevator. We hope your legs are ready! Get yourself back at the top. You will be given the opportunity to see the old town and the town hall. We recommend you go there in the morning no later than 11:30 am. Why? Because of this church is what most tourists want to do in Munich and it is crowded. If you get there in the afternoon, you’ll have to wait for tickets to go up … and the place will be crowded during the 200 shots to take perfect pictures. People … it will be impossible for you to get a good image and move on.

Where? Rindermarkt 1, 80331 München, Germany
Business hours: Summer – Monday through Friday, 9am to 6:30 pm Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 10.00 am – 6.30 pm Winter – Monday to Friday between 9.00 am 5.30 pm on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays between 10.00 am and 5.30 pm
Ticket price: Admission is 3 Euros.

Five things to do in Munich, Germany St. Peter’s Church
Pavilion from the roof of St. Peter’s Church Credits Roobems Fils

2. Go to Munich Residenz
Unmissable in the City Residence Munich! From outside, it looks like an ordinary building, nothing special … this is just outside! This is the largest palace in Germany with 10 patios and 130 rooms. It was first built in the castle in the 14th century and then became a residence of the Wittelsbach family (the royal family). Unfortunately, this beautiful residence was severely damaged during World War II. But they began to recover immediately after the end of the war, and as I said, this place is huge! So it took almost 60 years from 1945 to 2003 to restore! Take at least two hours to visit this wonderful residence. And do not forget to walk around the beautiful Hofgarten.

Where? Residenzstraße 1, 80333 München, Germany
Open daily except public holidays. From April to October: 9am – 6pm (last item: 5pm). From October to March: Daily from 10am – 5pm.
Ticket price: 7 Euro

Top 5 things to do in Munich Germany Munich Residence
Luxury Residence of the Munich Credit Roobens Fils

Top 5 things to do in Munich Germany Munich Residence
Munich Residence is the largest city palace in Germany. Credit Roobens Fils

3. See the flashy collection at the BMW Museum.
As you may have noticed in Munich, there are many great cars. Just walk around and you’ll see a sleek, sporty, shiny new car. Porsche, Tesla, BMW, Mercedes Benz … they are everywhere! So you have to wonder. “Why go to the BMW Museum when I can see good cars on the road for free?” This is an opportunity to get a more intimate look into the history of the BMW Group and of course see the BMWs as well. Still

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