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Munich is truly the jewel in Bavaria's crown, boasting some of the most visually arresting traditional architecture in the world. Combined with its vast amount of culture, history, and the world renowned Oktoberfest, this vibrant heart of German culture is the perfect place to sink a few frothy German beers while taking in the sweeping views of the snow flecked Bavarian Alps. While the city is steeped in history, it's also a bustling center for business and technological innovation.

Things to see

You'll certainly be spoiled for choice in Munich, as there's a massive amount of activities and sights to please almost everyone. The selection of museums alone is just one of the reasons this city is much loved, and there are some that are a must see if you're visiting. The National Bavarian Museum for example, is arguably one of the most impressive and historically important museums in Europe, as it contains many preserved relics from the Middle Ages. Here you'll find imposing suits of heavy amour, intricately spun pottery, and much more. In perfect contrast to the wonders of the past, the Deutsches Museum offers some spectacular insight into the modern world of technology, showcasing scientific discoveries, engineering marvels, and technical achievements. Finally of course, Oktoberfest makes the perfect excuse for an extended stay, and is a great way to take in the culture, cuisine, and nightlife of the city all at once.

Hotels in Munich

Given the size and affluence of the city, hotels in Munich are many and varied. If you're after an indulgent stay, then there's plenty of luxury hotels in Munich to choose from. Most feature bars and restaurants, ideal for a nightcap or hearty traditional Bavarian fare, and with on-site fitness centers, you don't need to feel guilty about enjoying what's on offer. There's also a huge amount of discount hotels to discover too, ideal if you're planning on spending most of your time exploring the city. Some smaller hotels also offer childcare, which means parents can enjoy a quiet romantic dinner.

Where to stay

If you plan on seeing the historic sights, and want easy access to the city center (along with all the shopping, dining, and nightspots that are nearby), then choosing from the plentiful accommodation in the Marxvorstadt district is an ideal place to start. Alternatively, everyone from business travelers to families will find that the Neuhausen-Nymphenburg area not only has a vast selection of places to stay, ranging from family-friendly hotels to business suites, it's also located close to plenty of transport links. Those looking for a romantic getaway may find Haidhausen more suitable, thanks to the lush parks and glittering waters of the river that are found close by.

How to get to Munich

Munich is served by 2 international airports, with Munich International being the most convenient destination, especially for international visitors. Once you've landed, you can take the S-Bahn into the city itself directly from the airport. Alternatively, flights to Memmingen may offer a cheaper alternative, although being located a 110 kilometers away means the connecting bus to the city takes over an hour. High speed train is also an option, as Munich is connected to cities such as Frankfurt and Berlin. There's plenty of options for getting around the city too, with over and underground train services (S-Bahn and U-Bahn), as well as the relaxing tram service.

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