No city in Germany has more to offer than Munich. So why not come with me on a tour of the best places for chilling, barbecuing… just enjoying the summer!
But a capital city can be as unnavigable as the streets of Mumbai, and with such a huge amount of choice when it comes to Indian restaurants, the decision isn’t always an easy one. Especially when every second locale is called Ganesha, Mumbai, Little India or New Delhi…! To say nothing of the décor: sparkling napkin holders, walls painted anything from blue to dark red, perfectly ironed table linens, ruched curtains, Hindu figurines, waiters in tails – is it all part of an urban design concept? Not exactly! Indian restaurants are often a smorgasbord of styles that don’t mesh well and that can almost make you feel lost in the all the chaos.
A group of people agrees to be locked away in order to get out. This is the basic concept of Exit Games.
In the next 24 hours, I will show you a young, hip Munich. To do that, we will be walking from the university campus to the Glockenbach district.
But even if you’re convinced that you’ve seen it all, you might reconsider after checking out our suggestions for the following rather unusual bars.
Our employees reveal their favourite restaurants in four MEININGER cities. Bon appétit!
Thousands flock to the Oktoberfest in Munich every year. We have gathered the most important and amusing facts about the Oktoberfest for you:
Fashion designer Alexandra von Frankenberg, who founded her own dirndl fashion brand in 2010. Amsel Fashion has a modern take on the traditional costumes.
With roughly six million visitors every year, the Oktoberfest is the largest folk festival in the world. It has managed to sustain its original charm.
Here are some of the most exciting venues in Munich, where you can first enjoy a delicious meal and then party till you drop.