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You haven’t been in Munich if you haven’t visited at least these 10 places: the places to be.
The statue of Bavaria is the landmark of the Oktoberfest and a popular meeting point when you have lost yourself… especially during the Oktoberfest period. Here, you can relax on the steps and enjoy the view in the direction of Isarvorstadt.
Come here for the best view over Munich. There are 91 metres and 300 steps to be crossed to reach the tower of the oldest church in Munich, but it’s worth it. The Alps seem to be close at hand.
The Eisbach wave is a tourist magnet, but every time a spectacle to watch the daring surfers. It already has something meditative and you might believe you’re at the sea.
At night, Munich shines in the most beautiful light. Driving through the city in summer from 10 pm is like a journey into the past. This is how the Königsplatz shows its most beautiful side. With a bottle of wine and some tapas, that’s how the evening hours can endure sitting on the stairs. Almost romantic.
The Hofgarten is located in the middle of Munich and belongs to the most beautiful artificial city gardens. Where in the 30-year-old war soldiers and horses had their accommodation, Boule is played nowadays.
The Friedensengel is one of Munich’s landmarks and connects the posh district of Bogenhausen and the river Isar. It will remind you of the 25th anniversary of the end of the Franco-German War between 1870 and 1871.
The Olympiaberg is always worth a visit. Since the late 1960s, the artificially-created hills offer a view of the Olympiastadion, as well as one of the most spectacular architectural buildings in Munich. On top of that, it hides a small beer garden. And if you’re lucky, you can listen to the Alphorn blowers while practicing.
This place attracts not only railway friends, but also young people who want to watch the sunset in unusual surroundings. A recommendation: sit on one of the metal struts and enjoy the natural spectacle.
The Flaucher is part of the Isar and is located south of Munich. It is very popular at sun worshipers and those who like to barbecue. One of the few places in town where grilling is allowed. A refuge to rest and bathe.
Schloss Schleissheim is located a little bit outside, in the north of Munich… but it’s worth a trip (S1 Airport, Station Oberschleißheim). A huge castle garden and just a few visitors, it’s perfect for recreation. After a walk through this stunning area, recharge at the nearby beer garden.