Munich, the capital of Bavaria that revolves around the fantastic Marienplatz and its New Town Hall, with beautiful parks like the English Garden and from which you cannot leave without having several beer mugs accompanied by some of their famous sausages. We have to say that there are countless things what to do in MunichAlthough we have selected 50, some of our visit to Munich within a 4-day trip to Bavaria, in which we also visited Neuschwanstein Castle.
1. Stroll through the beautiful Hofgarten Renaissance garden until you find the Temple of Diana.
2. Be surprised to see people surfing in the artificial channel of Englischer Garten (The English Garden), one of the essential places to visit in Munich.
3. Visit Munich at the end of September to match the Oktoberfest, the beer festival and one of the most famous in the world.
4. Climb the tower of Olympiaturm, to see the incredible Olympiapark from the heights.
5. Watch the sunset while walking along the bank of the Isar River, one of the best things to do in Munich.
6. Enjoy the Marienplatz day and night, the heart of Munich.
11. Visit the Residence, an impressive palace with three essential rooms: the Cuvilliés Theater, the Treasury and the Antiquarium. A good option to learn more about the history of the palace and not miss anything is to book this guided tour in Spanish.
12. Take a guided tour in Spanish in Munich or this free tour in Munich for free !, to learn more about the history and curiosities of its main points of interest. A good option if you don't have much time is to book the tourist bus.
13. Enjoy all the details of the facade of the New Town Hall in Munich in the center of Marienplatz, one of the Top things to do in Munich.
14. Cross the three preserved doors of the wall of the Middle Ages: Sendlinger Tor, Isartor and Karlstor.
15. Take the excursion to the impressive Neuschwanstein Castle, one of the best excursions in Munich.
46. If you are in science, you will be interested in visiting the Deutsches Museum with a huge collection of science and technology.
47. Enter the Church of San Pedro to see the relic of the skeleton of Santa Munditia covered by gold and precious stones.
48. Approach the Ruhmeshalle with the Bavaria statue in front of the facade, near where the Oktoberfest is celebrated.
49. If you have visited the BMW Museum and Factory, you cannot leave Munich without seeing the BMW Welt, an impressive vehicle dealership of the mythical brand.
50. Approaching the Gärtnerplatz area, full of original shops at a good price, such as the Kauf Dich Glücklich.
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