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Munich is one of the most beautiful cities in Germany, the capital of the state of Bavaria, located in the south of the country. Known worldwide as the city that hosts the world's largest beer festival, the Oktoberfest, Munich goes much further - it is a green city, very safe, rich in culture. It also offers a gastronomic variety and excellent museums.

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

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The city of Munich is one of the most beautiful cities in Germany, the capital of the state of Bavaria, located in the south of the country. Although world renowned for the Oktoberfest, the annual beer festival held since 1810, Munich offers a wide variety of attractions that make it one of Germany's most sought-after tourist destinations. Filled with excellent museums, beautiful scenery, restaurants with delicious local cuisine, the city also draws attention because of its great location, close to other attractions and incredible destinations that can be easily visited in a day trip. So, are you convinced that Munich should be on your next European holiday roadmap?

 

 
Munich
Munich, Germany

Language: German

Currency: Euro
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Munich International Airport
Munich Hauptbahnhof
 
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Where to stay in Munich:


Munich, like many modern European cities, offers several lodging options depending on each taste. The best area to stay in Munich is in the Altstadt district, which is the historical center of the city, where the main attractions of Munich are located. If you plan to take advantage of the Oktoberfest, choose the Theresienwiese district, so you can take the party-room trip on foot, without worrying about which transport to take. Remember that the sooner you book your hotel in this region, the better the guarantees of the best price and quality of the hotel. Another interesting option is the Maxvorstadt neighborhood where all the universities and art galleries of the city are located besides good options of restaurants and bars close by.

 

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Munich is a city that has efficient, fast, quality, safe, reliable and affordable public transport system. It is comprised of suburban trains connecting major cities to smaller ones (S-Bahn), subways (U-Bahn), electric trams and buses. The same public transport ticket serves all of these means. On the website of the Munich public transport company (http://www.mvv-muenchen.de/en/tickets-fares/online-and-mobileticket/index.html) you will find all information about maps, route planner (they have app too) and ticket fares. Having said that in Munich you do not need a car to get around, not to mention that the vast majority of points of interest can be easily accessed on foot.

 

The S-Bahn is the suburban train that links major cities to smaller ones, but it also has several lines and stations in the city center. On the street you identify an S-bahn station by the board with the blank letter S inside a green circle.

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    Tickets can be easily purchased online or at machines that can be found in the city's stations. The machines accept the most diverse forms of payment. Do not forget to validate your ticket on the machines located on the platforms before taking the S-Bahn.

 

Another type of public transport in Munique is the electric tram which also works very well but is more located in the city center. The tram schedule is very similar to the subway.

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    Tickets can be easily purchased on machines that can be found in the city's stations. Do not forget to validate the ticket inside the vehicle.

 

The U-Bahn and S-Bahn system are great for getting to almost any tourist spot in the city, but you can also use bus to explore certain areas of Munich.


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    Tickets can be purchased at vending machines located at stations or even online through the official website. Do not forget to validate the ticket inside the bus when you board.

 

Renting a bicycle is a great way to explore Munich since it is one of the most bike-friendly cities in Europe, offering more than 1,200 km of bicycle paths. To rent a bike, you need to register on the DB Call a Bike company website or register at any of the rental stations using a Visa or MasterCard credit card.


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    The cost is € 3 for 1 hour or € 15 a day. To release the bike, you will have to call the framed telephone number on the lock. Enter the number code given to you into the display - and off you go!

 

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Munich has four well-defined seasons, it is a city with different beauties all year round. If you are planning to visit the city in the winter (mid-December to mid-March), keep in mind the need for appropriate clothing to cope with low temperatures (between 2 ° C and -4 ° C). During the spring (late March, April, May, and early June) the days get longer, the streets become more flowering and the thermometers mark cooler temperatures with maximum values between 15ºC and 20ºC. Summer is hot and ideal for those who enjoy outdoor programs, parks, festivals, etc. In autumn (September - November) the days get shorter and temperatures become milder, but still, it's a very exciting season - in this period the famous Oktoberfest takes place.

 

 

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