Munich Gives you Time to Dream and to Introduce the Bavarian Charm

The fact is that the biggest and most famous cities often do not offer the best conditions due to the high level of crime and traffic chaos. But by most measures, the city that now will present you is one of the top 15 places to live. If you are artistic soul who loves beer, and also are trapped between Baroque and modern times, there is one destination that will satisfy all your desires. In front of you will be ordered so many attractions and you will be in doubt where to start.

World Centre of fairs and town of taverns surely will get visitors to feel the typical Bavarian atmosphere.

Antiquarium der Residenz

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St. Michael

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Munich is the capital of the German state of Bavaria and the third largest city in Germany after Berlin and Hamburg. This city has about 1.49 million people and is located on the River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. The Bavarian metropolis with soul is one of the most beautiful cities in Germany, cultural and bohemian center, a city with many historical monuments that speak of centuries-old Bavarian rulers of the Wittelsbach dynasty and numerous masterpieces of modern technology. The mix of architecture culminates from palaces to buildings with modern architectural solutions. Numerous lakes that surrounding the city, the great nightlife, and very kind people who make you feel welcome at any time, giving the impression of a destination that should rightfully visit.

Bayrische Staatskanzlei im Ostteil des Hofgartens

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Pfarrkirche St. Lukas im Lehel

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Nymphenburger Park

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Haidhausen, Maximilianeum

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In Munich every October is held the famous beer festival, known as Oktoberfest, a celebration of local beers and German specialty foods.At that time of year beer replaces water and countless bottles of beers remain empty. From the oldest brewery in Munich and the most famous tavern in the whole world daily are drinking more than 10,000 liters of beer. The Nymphenburg Palace, Neuschwanstein Castle and Linderhof Palace are places thatmust be seen. The main Marienplatz square located in the city center, the new town house with magnificent clock, the old town house, which was converted into a museum of toys, the oldest church in Munich – St. Peter… all of those landmarks will delight you and will get in love with Munich. Also, for lovers of cars, the BMW Museum is inevitable location.

Stiftskirche Skt Kajetan (Theatinerkirche)

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