Munich is not just a city, it’s a place where the essence of life vibrates constantly reflecting the true German soul. It’s the largest city in southern Germany and one of the most visited in Germany.
The unique thing about Munich is its improbable ability to unify the old and new with a blossoming entertainment scene and a rich history, classical architecture next to gritty alleys, fashionable boutiques perched in cobblestone alleys and modern galleries with backdrops of the Alps. It is easily one Germany’s most visited cities.
The Bavarian metropolis will allow you to immerse yourself in all types of art and history, and luckily, the history you see has been there for years as it hasn’t been bombed during the war like Berlin.
Here are some of the top things you can do in Munich:
- Munich’s Magnificent Residenz – Easily one of Europe’s most mind-blowing palaces, with a chance for you to explore. You find monuments, museums, and you can further explore the courtyard and the palace grounds too.
- Frauenkirche – The Cathedral boasts twin 100-meter-tall towers, beautifully made using Renaissance techniques, and is a sight to see. Statues, monuments, wonderful décor and nearby monuments make the trip there worth it.
- Marienplatz – This is where you go to experience the hustle and bustle of the city and has an excellent choice of department stores, restaurants, cafes and shops.
- The New Town Hill – Figures and unique ornaments decorate the front of this church and the church boasts the fourth largest carillon in Euron. You’ll find old tunes echoing from the church every day, and the gallery offers sweeping views.