Munich is a cosmopolitan city of festivals and entertainment right in Bavarian Alps, primary famous for its stunning beer and phenomenal drinking culture.
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Munich City Guide
The city which lies on the banks of the River Isar and at the foot of the Bavarian Alps has a lot more to offer its visitors besides stunning views of nature.
It contains numerous architectural attractions, sports events and of course the annual Oktoberfest, the world's largest beer festival.
We offer you thrilling activities in the unique Munch environment all year round ranging from a Beer Bike to a High Ropes course.
The city has an oceanic climate with some humid continental features. This means warm to hot summers and cold winters with average temperatures from above 20°C in the summer to just above 0°C in the winter.
The city has a population of about 1.5 million which makes it the third largest city in Germany and the perfect place to party.
Bavaria's capital gained quite a reputation for having a lively nightlife. Most of the parties are concentrated around the city center where you can find everything from pubs to clubs.
Other districts worth checking out are Schwabing which is located at the University campus and has an active nightlife or Glockenbachviertel which is a district known mostly for its alternative venues.
The city of Munich gains a one-of-a-kind atmosphere between September and October when the world-famous beer festival and fair Oktoberfest takes place.
Also worth visiting are the local historic breweries such as the Augustiner or the Hofbräuhaus. They have a unique atmosphere and serve tasty, top-quality beer.
Munich Practical Tips
With 15 non-stop daily flights between London & Munich and plenty more from major cities all across the UK getting to this city should be no problem.
While in Bavaria's capital don't forget to try out the local beer. After all, German beer is world-famous and is a major part of the country’s culture.
That's why there are many varieties served all across the city. Some local brands include Augustiner, Giesinger and Löwenbräu.
Another drink worth checking out during your trip is the well-known spirit Jägermeister which has its roots in Germany.
The official language of the country is German and the local currency is Euro.
Some useful words you might need include:
- "Hallo" = hi
- "Tschüss" = goodbye
- "Bitte" = please
- "Danke" = thank you
- "Ein Bier bitte" = One beer please
- "Ich spreche kein Deutsch" = I don't speak German