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Oktoberfest is by far the largest beer festival in the world, attracting around six million visitors to Munich to enjoy the liquid gold. Every year the Wiesn ("the meadow") is turned into a ...
From the southern German city of Munich the Austrian border is just one and a half hours away through lilting Bavarian countryside. And once on the other side, you find yourself in the beautiful ...
Written by JC, Germany, December 2011
Travel around Europe long enough and you will soon discover an annoying
quirk of many major museums on the continent: they’re usually closed on
Mondays. But not all of them. If you want to start ...
At just over half an hour away by train, the city of Augsburg makes an easy day trip from Munich .
As well as being a must-see destination in its own right, Augsburg is
also a major stop on the ...
Written by JC, Germany, November 2011
At two hours from Munich
by road or rail, Amberg pushes the day-trip envelope and in truth
you’re probably better off combining it with nearby Nuremberg in an
overnight stay. But however you do ...
Written by JC, Germany, September 2011
Central Munich is one of the most appealing cityscapes in Germany ,
a layer cake of epochs smothered in neo-classical icing. But the
Bavarians didn’t stop building in the 19th century. Here ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, December 2012
Munich might be most famous as the host of the annual beer marathon of Oktoberfest, but even if you’ve missed out on the big event there’s still plenty to keep you busy in the city. With only one day ...
is a big money town. Finance, high tech and cars drive this city, and
the city’s natives tend to spend lavishly in their leisure time. Where
does that leave the not-so-affluent visitor? ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, March 2013
Germany’s biggest Baroque palace and one of Munich’s most impressive tourist attractions, the Schloss Nymphenburg, or Nymphenburg Palace, is reachable by tram from the city center and makes a ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, November 2012
As the crowds of Oktoberfest subside and the cold weather sets in, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Munich has little to offer as a holiday destination. Think again. With its Alpine backdrop and ...
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