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Oktoberfest – not the only reason to visit the charming Munich
Munich is a city that beckons tourists with many alluring places: museums, art galleries, tidy city parks, and beautiful churches of different architectural styles. You may need more than one day’s time to explore the entirety of this treasure of a city.
How to travel?
Although there are no direct flights from Lithuania to Munich, you can always take a connecting one. You will have to change planes in one of European cities, or you can fly to Berlin’s Tegel Airport and reach Munich by train.
You can then take a bus or a train, in order to go from Munich Airport to the city centre. Munich offers a well-developed public transport system, and you will be easily able to reach any famous city objects by subway trains, buses, or bikes.
What to taste?
Munich is especially famous for its beer festival that manages to gather whole crowds of tourists: Oktoberfest. Therefore, one will not be surprised by the wide variety of beer sorts offered in this city. Head over to one of the most famous beer bars, The Hofbräuhaus, and taste the best beer in Munich. The city offers a traditional breakfast of Bavarian sausages (Weisswürste) made from freshly minced veal and pork back bacon, and served with mustard and bread. For lunch, order some Kässpätzle – macaroni with onion, eggs, sour cream, and cheese. For dessert, definitely try some fresh and soft Bavarian pretzels.
What to see?
Munich is famous for its churches of amazing beauty. You should visit the oldest Romanesque period St. Peter Church, famous late-gothic Cathedral of Our Dear Lady, and the largest Renaissance church of St. Michael. You should also pay a visit to the 14th century masterpiece of Residenz palace; the largest German palace. We also recommend visiting the authentic 17th century Baroque palace of Nymphenburg, as well as the Old and the New Munich Town Halls, and the former Dachau concentration camp Memorial Site.
What to do?
BMW cars’ lovers are welcome to visit the modern BMW museum, while those who admire art can head over to see the Pinakothek museum ensemble, based on three museums with different era art pieces: from ancient art examples to the contemporary 20th century works.
If you’re feeling tired after visiting many famous Munich tourist spots, why not take a stroll by the lake in Olympiapark, observe the 290 metres high TV tower, or go to the English garden, which is the largest park in Munich, offering you to view the Monopteros temple or the Chinese tower. Here, you can also order a great refreshing pint of beer.
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