Munich is Germany's third largest city and the city is perhaps best known for the world's largest beer festival held every autumn. GO Sport Travel offers you tailor-made package tours to Oktoberfest!
In the city there is also a fantastic football culture and the city is boiling when Bayern Munich plays at their home arena Allianz Arena which takes in 75,000 spectators and is named one of the best stadiums by UEFA. Bayern Munich is very successful in the German highest division Bundesliga and is a power factor in European top football.
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Head to Marienplatz, the heart of the old town. There is the opportunity to see St. Stephen's Church, the old town hall and the carillon in the new town hall.
Englisher Garten is one of Europe's largest city parks, many people hang out to find peace, as well as beer drinkers, nude bathers and even surfers. The English Park is located in northeastern Munich and has an area of 3.2 km².
If you want to take part in classic land, then visit Olympiapark, which was built for the Olympic Games in 1972, with the 290-meter-high Olympic network as the most eye-catching landmark. Go up the tower and enjoy the view!
If you are interested in food and drink and are not the one spitting in the glass, you have really come to the right place. Germany is made up of many beer-drinking people who like to watch football with a beer and sausage at the same time.
The Germans are good at hearing charcuterie products and making different sausages, such as bratwurst, feuerwurst, weissfurst and many more. Popular to take a standing sausage with a cold beer and a pretzel (pretzel in the beer garden in Munich).
In Munich, the Hofbräuhaus is the most famous since the 16th century. Munich's oldest restaurant dating from the 15th century is called Hundskugel and is located on Hotterstrasse 9.
If you would like to try other dishes such as Chinese or Italian, there are of course several restaurants to visit.
Munich's location in southern Germany means that it is close to making a trip to the Alps, for hiking and skiing. Getting to Munich is easy, several airlines fly from Scandinavia. Munich International Airport (MUC) is one of Europe's largest airports. With S-Bahn lines from the airport, it takes 40 minutes to get to the city center.
If you prefer to travel by train than plane, there is also the possibility from the Scandinavian countries.
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