The capital of Bavaria is a multifaceted city. It is located in a picturesque area near the Isar River and in the foothills of the Alps. People love Munich because here everyone can find something interesting for themselves: for beer lovers, there are hundreds of pubs, beer restaurants, visiting Oktoberfest; football fans can go to the match of the local club of Bavaria; admirers of architectural masterpieces can enjoy the views of magnificent temples and ancient squares.
Excurzilla recommends seeing in the city as follows:
In Munich you can select a tour of any direction, personal or group one, on foot or by bus. The cost of tours with a personal guide in English usually depends on the duration and content of the program, as well as on the number of people.
In the capital of German beer, beer tours at breweries, private breweries, pubs and restaurants are very popular. As part of such excursions, you can visit the world's oldest beer restaurant of Hofbräuhaus, which received its first visitors in 1607.
Munich is a real find for those who like to go to museums. There are several dozen of them, the prices are affordable, so you should visit the most interesting ones, accompanied by an English-speaking guide. Those include the German Museum of Masterpieces of Science and Technology, Glyptothek, archaeological, city and national museums, the BMW Museum, Brandhurst and others.
As part of the city's walking tours, you can get acquainted with the historical center, walk along the streets full of myst or go for shopping at the best shopping centers. Tourists who travel in Munich are offered sightseeing tours covering the main attractions of the city.
After a noisy and crowded city, you will probably want to breathe fresh air outside it, go to the alpine town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. The history of the Munich Olympiad of 1936 is associated with these cities, Olympic facilities have been preserved. In addition to them, you can wander along mountain trails, go down to the gorges, see the picturesque lake of Eibsee, take the funicular to the Zugspitze mountain.
Lovers of medieval castles can go to Neuschwanstein and Linderhof, and the romantics will find the fascinating route of Romantic Road, which runs through a picturesque area, small towns, castles, temples and monasteries.