Munich is one of the biggest and most popular cities in Germany which is fast becoming the luxury capital of the country. It is the most popular German federal state and the third-largest city in the country after Berlin and Hamburg. The city is one of the global centres of art, culture, finance, technology, innovation and tourism which like a giant magnet attracting people from every corner of the world. It is among the few cities in the world which has the highest standard of living rated by Monocle’s Quality of Survey 2018. Its awe-inspiring architecture, fine dining, incredible landmarks and history are among the few cities in the world where traditional and modern sit side by side. So make a plan and book flights to Munich, the capital of Bavaria, home to world’s largest beer festival and BMWs, exhibitions, parties and parks. Visiting Munich is truly a rewarding experience for its visitors.
Munich is a versatile destination and has something of its every visitor. It is a cosmopolitan city and has no shortage of amazing attractions that surely steal your heart. There are so many sights that you just amazed where to start from. Start your sightseeing tour to Munich with a visit to Marien Square which has been the central square since the city’s foundation. It is home to massive Neues Rathaus that fills the entire side of the square along with Altes Rathaus, Mariensaule and new fountain Fischbrunnen are quite popular. The square is decked with boutiques, restaurants and stores etc. It is quite popular for its Christmas market and during this time don’t miss a visit to Weihnachtsmarkt the largest Christmas market. This place is among the most visited tourist places and a photographer’s delight.
Do visit the Viktualienmark, the best outdoor market full of traditional items, local food and colorful booths surely delight shopping lover. If you want to feel rejuvenated then do visit the Olympiapark which was built in 1972 when Summer Olympic held in the city. There is a self-guided tour available to walk through the glorious history of the stadium. You just can’t afford to miss a visit to the Frauenkirche the landmark and largest church called the Catholic Cathedral of Our Blessed Lady which can accommodate 20,000 people at a time. Tourists who are looking for architectural beauty they can spend some time at the Munich Residenz and walk through the elaborate interior decoration settings.
The best time to visit Munich is spring from late March through mid-May. Another best time to visit Munich is the first few weeks of September before the Oktoberfest festival hits. In these time frames, the weather is quite pleasant and provides you lots of opportunities to explore amazing attractions of the city. There are lots of fun events going on along with school holidays so the city is less crowded and thus calmer to enjoy some great time over here. So you can visit the city in summers, Christmas and New Year’s when the visitors can indulge in various outdoor activities and holiday atmosphere.
If you are planning a holiday trip to Munich you can book cheap flights with several airlines. Few among them are British Airways, SWISS, Eurowings, Lufthansa, easy Jet, United Airlines, KLM, Iberia, Air France, Air Portugal, LOT, Brussels Airlines, Austrian Airlines, SAS and Alitalia. Among all Lufthansa, British Airways and United Airlines are the frequent flyers. There are 730 nonstop flights between London and Munich averaging 108 per day. British Airways provides 41% of nonstop flights connecting London to Munich.
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