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Munich has a very special flair. On the one hand the inhabitants of Munich are highly modern. On the other hand Munich still seems to be an old city due to its beautiful old buildings and parks and their consciousness of tradition. Take the opportunity to enjoy a trip to this stunning city and stay in one of the Best Western hotels which are located there.
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The biggest public festival of the world takes place in Munich. Millions of guests from all around the world come to Germany every year to visit the “Wiesn” – you should definitely try this out. Here you can find typical German stereotypes: a lot of beer, pretzels, dirndls and lederhosen. The cheerful atmosphere as well as the mixture of tradition and modern are the reasons why the Wiesn is such a great event to visit.
A wonderful, giant garden can be found in the north-east of Munich. Besides the large meadows there are also beautiful creeks and lakes. You can enjoy the park by just relaxing, bathing or doing sports like yoga, surfing or walking.
In the heart of Munich you can find the famous and historical Hofbräuhaus. It has its own brewery, therefore you can drink really good German beer in this traditional guest-house. Some typical Bavarian food can also be found there.
The German Museum is the world’s largest museum of science and technology. You can get an impression of scientific and technical knowledge in an understandable way even as a non-professional. You get the chance to experience science on your own by experiments or demonstrations.
A well-groomed and big park where once the Olympic Games took place is located in Munich. Even though the Olympic Games are not held in this park anymore sport is always a topic there. The Olympic Park offers you a huge sportive proposal like swimming, skating or Tennis – a great destination for energetic people.
In the centre of Munich there is a daily market for food (except Sundays). Almost everything concerning food can be found here on 22.000 square meters. It’s a fantastic market to stroll around and get to know exotic or native food and spices.
The Nymphenburg Palace is definitely worth a visit. The impressive palace is surrounded by a beautiful park and artificial lakes. You get an impression how the Bavarian Elector Ferdinand Maria and his family lived in this magnificent castle.