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Munich is one of Germany’s most attractive cities. It is the capital of Bavaria and the most visited city in Germany, located in the south near the alps. Two days is insufficient time to see everything, and with day trips from Munich, you could easily spend a week in Bavaria’s fabulous city. And you can hire a beautiful escort companion to guide you to the city while make your moments more special with girlfriend experience (GFE).
Unlike in Paris, the majority of individuals do not speak English. We made do with our small phrasebook, and because the majority of restaurants had English menus, we were able to order without the worry of eating an unknown animal part.
Another surprise is that many Germans believe that a glass of beer is never too early. We rode the night train from Brussels to Munich and arrived at 7 a.m. with hundreds of commuters. We couldn’t help but notice how many people stopped by the railway station Deli for a morning brew.
While much of Munich can be explored on foot, the city also offers an excellent public transportation system. The old town is contained within the ring road, and the Marienplatz serves as the city’s historical heart. The major tourist attractions are concentrated here, including the Marienplatz and its stately city hall. Keep an eye out for the Glockenspiel, which occurs at 11 a.m., 12 p.m., and 5 p.m. during the summer months.
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The Englischer Garten, the city’s most prominent and possibly most beautiful park, is also a must-see when in Munich. There are biergartens and restaurants to enjoy classic Bavarian food and beer, a children’s playground, magnificent routes through the woods, lakes, plenty of room for dog walks and picnics, and even the famed Eisbach, where you can surf all year!
Avoid the misconception that fall is the only season to visit Munich. If the Oktoberfest appeals, remember that the city’s famous beer festival begins on the penultimate Saturday in September, not in October. Bavaria’s capital is filled with world-class museums and ancient buildings, making it a year-round destination.
Marienplatz is the logical beginning place for any tour of Munich, as it is the square that serves as the reference point for all of Munich’s measures. In the middle of this most central of courts is a gilded statue of the Virgin Mary holding the Infant Jesus. A fountain topped by a fish stands outside the Rathskeller restaurant’s entrance – it’s a popular central gathering spot for locals, so don’t be shocked if you encounter people of all ages here.
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Avoid the misconception that fall is the only season to visit Munich. If the Oktoberfest appeals, remember that the city’s famous beer festival begins on the penultimate Saturday in September, not in October and when you arrives you will need a sexy callgirl for you as your private partner and a sex companion as well to make your journey with more fun. Bavaria’s capital is filled with world-class museums and ancient buildings, making it a year-round destination.
Marienplatz is the logical beginning place for any tour of Munich, as it is the square that serves as the reference point for all of Munich’s measures. In the middle of this most central of courts is a gilded statue of the Virgin Mary holding the Infant Jesus. A fountain topped by a fish stands outside the Rathskeller restaurant’s entrance – it’s a popular central gathering spot for residents, so don’t be shocked if you see people of all ages milling about the fountain.
At various points during the day, visitors congregate on Marienplatz to see figures depicting personalities from the city’s history dance in response to the Neues Rathaus Glockenspiel chimes. Munich’s ‘new’ city hall debuted in 1874 as a Neogothic edifice. As with so many of the city’s structures, it was extensively damaged by bombs dropped during World War II aerial bombing, and what you see now is essentially the product of post-war restorers. From the nearby Alter Peter church tower, one of the most excellent views of the square and town hall is possible.
The neighboring Viktualienmarkt is a gourmet market featuring products from artisanal producers around Bavaria and beyond. Among the things available for purchase are honey, cheese, and fruits. Additionally, you’ll find Weisswürste, or ‘white sausages,’ cooked with veal and are considered a delicacy in the city. For breakfast, they are traditionally served with sweet mustard, a salt-crusted pretzel, and a glass of Weissbier – wheat beer. Be prepared for an odd look from wait staff if you attempt to order them after the Glockenspiel has rung noon. Locals are aware that these are only available in the mornings.
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On Residenzstrasse — the street that runs alongside the Munch Residenz, Germany’s most famous urban palace — it’s common to see by passers caressing the lions’ noses on ornate shields. It is said to bring good fortune. Regular touch keeps the leonine noses gleaming, though not quite as brilliantly as the medieval goldsmiths’ works on show in the Residenz’s magnificent Treasury.
Odeonsplatz has its ochre-colored Rococo façade and the stage-like Feldherrnhalle, which was created in the mid-19th century to honor the Bavarian Army. In November 1923, the square was the scene of a bloody fight between National Socialists and the Army. Suppose you need a break while in this area of the city, you might be able to grab a free seat on the terrace of Café Tambosi, Munich’s oldest coffee shop, and enjoy some people watching while sipping a beverage. Various epochs were milling about the fountain.