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It is best to plan 3-4 days or a long weekend for a trip to Munich. Those who want to visit the Oktoberfest should plan an extra day to recover. Maybe at the Therme Erding - the largest thermal spa in the world.

The cityscape is dominated by historical buildings. The Frauenkirche and Nymphenburg Castle are popular destinations. On the Viktualienmarkt there is a huge culinary offer as well as some beer gardens which invite you to stay. If you want to enjoy your beer in a classic brewery, visit the Hofbräuhaus München.

The Marienplatz is a central square in Munich city centre. There are some famous buildings here and around the square there are many other sights. In Munich you can shop particularly well. The most important shopping mile is Munich's central pedestrian zone, which consists of Kaufingerstraße and Neuhauser Straße. The English Garden is one of the largest parks worldwide. Here you can go for a walk, rent a boat and ride across the lake or sit in one of the many beer gardens and enjoy nature. The Sonnenstraße in Munich is the party mile of the Bavarian capital. Along the 600-meter-long street you will find numerous bars and clubs.

Munich is famous for its museums. Especially popular is the Pinakothek der Moderne. A museum building that houses four independent museums. These are: the Neue Sammlung, the Sammlung Moderne Kunst, the Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München and the Architekturmuseum der Technischen Universität München. The most visited museum in Munich is the Deutsche Museum. It is also the largest museum of technology in the world.

From the end of September to the beginning of October, the world-famous Oktoberfest takes place in Munich. The public festival is definitely worth a visit. Those who prefer to enjoy their city trip in peace and quiet will come in spring, when the first rays of sunshine lure the people of Munich out of their apartments and into the beer gardens and parks.

The small but fine Hotel Opéra München is family-run and has lovingly and individually furnished rooms. The 25hours Hotel The Royal Bavarian, on the other hand, has a stylish and hip design. Here you can rent MINIs or bikes to explore the city. The design hotel Roomers Munich has the absolute glamour factor. Special highlight: The pool, from which you can watch film classics and sip cocktails on a cinema screen.

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