Two-Hour Munich Monuments Walk

Germany, Munich Guide (B): Two-Hour Munich Monuments Walk

Munich can be a tough-go. A lot of travelers use it as a home base for getting to Salzburg, Neuschwanstein, Dachau, Nuremberg, and other World War II sites. Munich itself gets bogged down by tourists at the end of September for the annual Oktoberfest, but this expat does not really recommend you waste your time, money, or energy on the Munich version unless you want to be rampaged by millions of other drunk tourists. The better - and much more authentic, populated by jolly Germans - "Oktoberfest" parties are found elsewhere, but that's for another post on another day.

München. It's not one of my favorite European cities, but it does grow on me each chance I get to spend the day there. I am happy to say I finally have a reasonable and interesting two-hour loop to get acquainted with Munich's history and identity that I know I will continue to enjoy taking my friends and family on for many years to come.

No matter the season, just dress for the weather - especially your shoes - and join the Germans and tourists milling about the streets of Munich. Most European cities are best met on foot, and Munich is no exception! ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Two-Hour Munich Monuments Walk
Guide Location: Germany » Munich
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Munich Hauptbahnhof   Marienplatz   Neues Rathaus   Altes Rathaus   St. Peter's Church   Viktualienmarkt   Isartorplatz   Hofbräuhaus   St. Luke's Church   Maximilianeum   Park Maximiliansanlagen   Friedensengel   Eisbachwelle   Englischer Garten   Chinese Tower   Siegestor   Alte Pinakothek   Neue Pinakothek   Pinakothek der Moderne   Königsplatz   Karolinenplatz   Odeonsplatz   Theatinerkirche   Munich Residenz   Pfälzer Residenz Weinstube   Max-Joseph-Platz   Frauenkirche   Neuhauser Straße   Karlsplatz   Theresienwiese   Schloß Nymphenburg  
Author: Christy Swagerty
Read it on author's website: http://www.whatupswags.com/2018/10/two-hour-munich-monuments-walk.html

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