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Things to do in Munich
Munich is Germany’s largest federal state. This beautiful city is also a tourism hub for its vibrant culture, architecture, sporting events, and the ever-popular Oktoberfest. With buildings worth your attention, must-see museums, sprawling gardens and the best events, it is one of Germany’s top destinations.
Make sure you take plenty of pictures when you visit Munich’s most iconic landmarks. See the beauty of Old Town and stop by the Rathaus-Glockenspiel and the Cathedral of Our Blessed Lady.
You’ll find other amazing attractions in Old Town, so a walking tour is a must. Wander the streets of Old Town and see Munich’s best architecture at Marienplatz Square, St. Peter’s Church, and Munich Royal Residence.
Are you looking for world-class art? Ride the train to Alte Pinakothek, Museum Brandhorst, and the Lenbach Haus. History buffs can easily spend hours exploring the city’s past at the Jewish Museum Munich and Dachau Memorial.
If a more interactive museum adventure is what you’re after, Munich aims to please. Ride the subway to Deutsches Museum to learn about nature and physics. There’s also the BMW museum, the quirky Potato Museum, and the Museum of Man and Nature.
Spend an afternoon strolling through The English Garden. Are you a sports fan? Then make sure you don’t miss the Olympic Stadium at Olympiapark. You should also try Munich’s beer gardens, like Waldwirtschaft and Hirschgarten, and get to know the Munchners (locals).
One of the best ways for you to experience Munich is to attend its top festivals and events like the world-famous Oktoberfest, the May Tree Celebration, Tollwood, and the Christmas Markets.
There are plenty of other things to do and places to eat in Munich, but if you want to explore the city like a local, join Munich’s tourism effort and discover the city with a Munich greeter. Let the Munchners show how much they love their city, and how much heart the city has for its people.
What you should know
The best time to visit Munich is during late spring from March to May for fewer crowds and cheaper rates. You’ll also enjoy the best weather for the beer gardens and open-air cafés.
English is widely spoken in Munich, but German is the city’s official language. So bring a good phrasebook or language app for a worry-free trip.
Singaporeans can visit Munich for up to 90 days without a visa. Just make sure your passport is valid for at least six months from your departure date.
Travelling to and around Munich
You will land at Munich International Airport. From there, you can reach the city centre with the S-Bahn train or by taxi. Wandering around Munich is also easy with its extensive transport network of trains, subways, buses, and taxis.
So book your Munich flights with Skiddoo today. Good luck and gute reise on your trip!
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