Munich, one of Germany's most popular destinations, located on the River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps has much to offer. This Bavarian modern and cosmopolitan capital represents an international economic centre famous for it’s culture, fine arts, baroque and modern architecture as well as for it’s beer gardens and BMW (welt museum and plant).
Marienplatz is the central square of Munich where you can find many old buildings, churches and landmarks like the Marian Column or the Old and the New Town Hall of Munich.
Other famous attractions in Munich are: The large Residenz palace complex, The Frauenkirche cathedral, The Deutsches Museum, Alte Pinakothek Museum, Neue Pinakothek Museum, The Peterskirche church, The Michaelskirche renaissance church and the Gothic hall-church Heiliggeistkirche.
The Hofbrauhaus am Platzl is the most famous beer hall that operates the second largest tent at the Oktoberfest (one of Munich's most famous festivals).
The famous Palace Neuschwanstein is located outside of Munich and its worthwhile visiting as well.
English garden is a beautiful park that stretches all the way from Munich's city centre to the north-eastern city limits and the Olympic Park serves as a venue for cultural, social, and religious events.
Munich night life is very reach especially in Schwabing the main quarter for students that overflows with restaurants and bars.
Public Transportation in Munich includes the Munich U-Bahn (underground railway), the Munich S-Bahn (suburban trains), trams and buses. Munich also has an extensive network of bus lines.
The main railway station is Munich Hauptbahnhof, in the city centre and there are two smaller main line stations at Pasing, in the west of the city, and Munich Ostbahnhof in the east - all three connected to the public transport system.
The most comfortable way to travel in Munich is by taxi.
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Munich Airport, officially known as Franz Josef Strauss International Airport, is Munich's sole international airport.
Munich Airport is the second biggest German airport and has two terminals.
Due to the increased number of flights, the airport has expanded and now offers connections to most domestic airports in Germany, as well as many international airports elsewhere.
How to get from Munich airport to Munich city centre?
You can get from Munich airport to Munich by S-Bahn (commuter train) on the S1 and S8 line. Lufthansa also offers an hourly bus from Munich Airport to Munich main train station, stopping at the Nordfriedhof U-Bahn station and the Hauptbahnhof.
The fastest and most convenient mode of Transport from Munich Airport to Munich city centre
is by private pre-booked taxi. Private Munich airport transfer to Munich takes about 25 minutes and costs around 70 Euros.
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