Top 8 Things to Do in Munich

This article tells you about the top eight things you must do if you are travelling to Munich, the capital & the most populous city of Bavaria state of Germany.

A city which makes you fall in love with it, again and again, Munich is equipped with amazing sights and experience which are really time-worth. From finding the "Devil's Footstep" to gulping the heavenly cuisines of Munich, exploring eternal beaches to visiting a "Beer Hall," all you'll have is fun of the lifetime. Only for your first-hand experience and indeed superb, we have prepared a rundown of top 8 things to do in Munich.

  1. Hunt for the Devil's Footstep at Frauenkirche Church

    The iconic church of Munich has something scary and fun at the same time. Built in the 15th century, Frauenkirche Church comprises twin towers and has a historical significance. Undoubtedly the largest church in the city has a mysterious story, i.e., you can find the devil's footstep there. Apart from this, you will also be able to witness a mesmerizing landscape from the top of the towers.

  2. Soothe Your Eyes by Exploring Munich Residenz

    A sprawling place today, the Munich Residenz is a property of a royal family who built it as a small defensive castle in 1385. The most popular room to visit in this castles is Antiquarium Hall, which was built to keep the accumulation of antiques, classic sculptures, and books by the Wittelsbach family. Along with this, you can see the Royal Portrait Gallery, which has some terrific painting without frames because they were cut out during World War II. A Royal Treasury is also there in which royal jewels and items of ancient Egypt were kept.

  3. Have Fun at English Garden

    A garden which is open 24*7 and one of the best places to relax and have fun, English Garden is surrounded by lakes and multiple activities including cycling, surfing and boating. You can even spot the Japanese Tea House and beer gardens. People just free themselves from their clothes as an ongoing trend and relax like a monarch at this place of Munich.

  4. Go Mad Over the Art of Art Museums

    Munich is regarded as the hub of art museums and is famous for its three art museums or Pinakothek comprising of old, new, and modern art galleries. Just as their names depict, these museums display the art from the very middle era to the modern era. This place is unmistakably a treat for diehard photographers and art lovers.

  5. Experience an Olympic Spirit

    If you have loved the Olympics all your life, you must know that Munich has a unique stadium for the cause. The Olympic Stadium, built especially for 1972 Olympic Games is more popular form its technology incorporated. If you are lucky to go there on a clear day, you can spot the mountains from the design of acrylic glass roof. If you are with a tour guide, you will get to know about the momentum it achieved during the games and what it was like after the completion.

  6. Take a tour of "The Stomach of the City"

    Victuals Market, which was started by the simple farmers in the 1700s, is considered as one of the main markets of Munich. Victuals known as food in Latin comprises of 100 produce stands which are further divided into 6 sections. The shaded beer garden is the place of feet up, and the legendary Munchner Suppenkuche is the kitchen to eat like as if you're a local. There you can gulp great items like goulash soup, sausage with sauerkraut, Krustis sandwiches and much more.

  7. Travel in a bus from Munich to Prague

    Just a one-day tour in a bus but fun to remember all your life, you must travel to Prague from Munich where you can enjoy sightseeing UNESCO heritages- Regensburg, Karlstejn castle, and Pilsen beer town. A bonus on this trip will be your visit to the two countries on the way- the Czech Republic and Germany.

  8. Make friends with Animals at Geo-Zoo

    World's first Geo-Zoo- Tierpark Hellabrunn, built in 1911, is more preferably known as a nature preserve at it comprises about 20,000 animals living in the area over 89 acres. This geo-zoo focuses on providing comfort and a good experience for the animals as well as visitors. One of the best zoos in Europe, this zoo is a spot for a picnic, petting, and pony and camel rides for children.

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