Munich: Introduction

Folklore and age-old traditions with sleek BMWs, designer boutiques and modern people

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Munich, the capital of Bavaria, is ideal for a holiday or weekend break all year round thanks due to the numerous events and fairs which the city hosts. The large range of sophisticated clubs and restaurants, wonderful theaters, and fine concert halls means that visitors will never be lost for something to do.

A city of art and culture, and Germany's largest university town, Munich is a place to have fun and enjoy the relaxed lifestyle, the friendly ambience, and the wealth of activities, nightlife, sights, and events. There are over 6,000 establishments to choose from after the sun goes down. There are plenty of activities to keep visitors in shape which include golf, sailing on the River Isar, in addition to cycling and hiking in the Alps. Those who want to meander around the city centre will be able to shop until they drop, and indulge in some of Europe’s best retail therapy.

Transport links are very good for those planning to visit other cities in Germany with a good road, train, and bus network. Munich really is a German gem not to be missed and definitely worth including on any itinerary to the southern part of the country.