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My husband and I loved walking thru the Christmas Market stalls. Beautiful decorations and warming smells from the food stalls made it magical. There are permanent regular stores on both sides of the street if Christmas Markets are your thing. The ancient buildings and church...More
A must see in Munich, Marienplatz is the historic city center. Wear your walking shoes as the pedestrian only center is long with much to see. Stay to see the Glockenspiel chime, which happens two or three times a day depending on what time of...More
My wife and I went there the first morning of Oktoberfest so we didnt stay long, but there were a lot of places to eat, great shopping (especially if you were looking for traditional dress for the festival - although locals probably know better places)....More
A wide square, spectacular view of the cathedral
Fruit stalls and hot chestnuts are scattered around the square.
Shop for everyone's shopping experience.
Easy access to the subway, including a lift for the handicapped.
Hot wine stands ,
It's not only the heart of this city with its picturesque town hall, it's also the intersection of the three major downtown shopping streets, the gateway to Viktualienmarkt and the Tal with many famous beer places incl Hofbräuhaus and the major public transport hub to...More
Response from aleksandrak404 | Reviewed this property |
Not sure about lock up but since you get to the city there are perfect ubdergroung connections. You csn get family ticket up to 5 people for about 13€ and you will be able to to travel by tube, train and bus. Must see is... More
Not sure about lock up but since you get to the city there are perfect ubdergroung connections. You csn get family ticket up to 5 people for about 13€ and you will be able to to travel by tube, train and bus. Must see is Alienz Arena and BMW museum with the modern cars expo on the north and Marien Platz in the city centre to get Munich Atmosphere. I hope that will help you. Good luck.
Response from Winelovin | Reviewed this property |
It’s a 40 min journey to centre of Munich from the airport. You can spend a few enjoyable hours in Marienplatz shopping and visiting some nice cultural buildings or a pay a visit to the Deutsche Museum. Largest in Europe... More
It’s a 40 min journey to centre of Munich from the airport. You can spend a few enjoyable hours in Marienplatz shopping and visiting some nice cultural buildings or a pay a visit to the Deutsche Museum. Largest in Europe something for everyone here. If you like outdoors the I suggest
A walk in the English Garden a very nice park.
Plenty of good restaurants and bars/coffee shops to enjoy on your visit.
Buy a day travel ticket to get around their transport system is excellent.
Hope this is helpful