Whether you are visiting for one day, two days, a week or more, the best way to begin your quest to find what to do in Munich is right here with our Munich City Guide. Our city guide, resource links, link to our online map, as well as links to numerous online articles highlighting insider travel tips for you will ensure your visit to Munich is memorable and well-planned. If you would prefer to purchase this book, you can do so in our iTunes store here.
Yes, Munich is famous (or infamous, depending on your perspective) for its annual beer festival and drunken Oktoberfest gathering. But if that is all you know about Munich, then you are missing out on a most beautiful city full of architectural and historical gems. There is something for everyone in and around Munich: Don’t miss the historic city center, Marienplatz city square, old and new City Halls, and Munich’s famous clock tower with its hourly “Glockenspiel” with charming dancing figures. There is the Englischer Garten (English Garden) – one of the largest urban parks in the world and ideal for wandering, walking, running, sitting, sipping and, yes, surfing (as in, on surfboards, on a faux wave). A walk, cycle or run along the Isar River is also a must.