Munich is best known for its cultural landmarks, stunning cityscapes, and an unending supply of some of the best beer in the world. The Capital of Bavaria is a major centre of art, technology and culture, which makes Munich tourism unlike that of any other country.
Munich, located in Bavaria, is the largest city in the south of Germany. Whether you prefer hilly pastures or urban cityscapes, Munich tourism has you covered. The city is located 30 miles north of the Alp mountains and is home to parts of two rivers the Isar and the Wurm.
Munich sees quite hot summers and cold winters, so the best time to take a Munich tour is during the shoulder seasons (April-June and September-October). The city is however beautiful throughout the year, so travel during the summers (May-September) if you prefer outdoor activities or take a trip during the winter if you want to take part in the grand Christmas celebrations.
Munich is often known as the hub of European art and culture, especially for its dozens of stunning museums, art galleries, and music performances. The country is also known for its nightlife, and festivals, including the famous Oktoberfest.
The beer festival Oktoberfest alone contributes a major part of Munich tourism. Millions of enthusiasts travel every year to take part in the festivities, as well as sample some of the finest food and beer in the world.
The following are some travel tips, do's and dont's to keep in mind during your Munich trip.
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