Nymphenburg is Munich city center’s “green oasis”. Find out what are the top things to do near Nymphenburg Palace in Munich.
Where to go in Germany in times of coronavirus? We reveal the top 3 cities in Germany for a city break and which top attractions to visit!
See what there is to discover around the Olympic Park Munich The Olympics are always on in Munich The Olympic Park, the Olympic Village, the Olympia shopping centre, the Olympic Halle, the Olympic Lake, the Olympic Hill, the Olympic Swimming Pool, the Olympic Stadium…you might think that the Olympic Games are …
Best day trips from Munich to Bavarian Alps Step by step, I tackle my way up the steps through the forest to the top of the mountain. My breathing is laboured and I can hear myself puffing and panting. Then, a fantastic mountain panorama appears before my eyes. A lake to …
Munich: 5 tips for the perfect city break Munich, the city on the Isar, is primarily known for football and its legendary Oktoberfest. However, the city has a lot to offer aside from the Wiesn and Bayern Munich. With these 5 tips, you will be perfectly equipped for a weekend …
The charm of Munich is on full display in the Christmas market season. From offbeat to classic, romantic and hip, there is something for everyone. Come and see!
Are you in Munich and interested in skiing? Do you fancy a trip to the mountains? Then get ready! You can take the train from Munich central station all the way to the Zugspitze ski region.
Munich might at first seem like a very prim and proper city, with everything in its right place, and not so much as a blade of grass in one of its many public parks out of place. Delve a little deeper, though, and it becomes clear that it definitely has an alternative and quirky side too. Here are five unusual things to see or do when visiting Munich.
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.