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Tips for accommodation in Munich. How to choose the location of the hotel?
The choice of accommodation in the Bavarian city is very extensive. These are both budget guest houses and five-star hotels. Depending on the purpose of visiting historical sites or festive events, it is necessary to book one or another recreation area.
You can start your search from the very heart of the historical part of Munich - the Old Town. Buying a tour here is recommended for those who are ready to plunge into the endless beauties of monarchical residences, museums and other historical buildings. There are also many pedestrian streets with an incredible abundance of cafes, pubs and restaurants.
Not far from the Old Town is Munich Hauptbahnhof Central Station, which is the largest railway junction in Bavaria. The facility is located west of the city center, in the Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt area. Within a radius of about a kilometer from the station, there are many hotels of various price categories. It is very convenient to stop here, as you can visit both local attractions and go anywhere in the country or Europe, depending on the given route.
For tourists who prefer cultural recreation, accommodation is offered in the "Museum Quarter" of Munich - this is an art zone known for its variety of art galleries and museums. By booking a room in this area, you can enjoy the unique works of art that are presented in eleven museums and exhibition areas. For example, in the Alte Pinakothek tourists are invited to get acquainted with the collection of painters from the thirteenth to the eighteenth centuries, in the New Pinakothek collected masterpieces of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. And, finally, the Modern Pinakothek has incorporated collections of art from the beginning of the twentieth century to the present.
Those who relax while enjoying hiking should pay attention to the hotels spread along the Isar River, which crosses the territory of Munich. There are many jogging paths and bike paths. In the warm season, the banks of the river are filled with many tourists for the purpose of picnics, barbecues in the open air and sunbathing. You can swim in the waters of the Isar. There are even places for surfing.
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You can start your tour of Munich from the world-famous Neuschwanstein Castle, built near the city of Füssen, by order of Ludwig II. At the end of the construction, the walls of this majestic structure were open to the public. The history of Neuschwanstein has more than 140 years, but during this period it did not undergo any wars. The highlight of the interior of the castle are illustrations for the most famous Wagner operas, German legends and the Lohengrin Saga. All rooms are decorated with colorful mosaics, and the royal bedroom is made in the Gothic style. It is noteworthy that during the Second World War, an American corps was located next to the castle, in which Walt Disney himself served. Impressed by the unique architecture of the majestic building, the Maestro embodied its prototype in the project of Snow White's castle, built on the territory of Disneyland.
The Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary is located in Frauenkichre. The building is designed in the late Gothic style and was built in the 15th century. Here you can get acquainted with the masterpieces of world art that have been collected here over the past five hundred years.
The New Town Hall is one of the most memorable architectural buildings located on Marienplatz. This place is always busy, thanks to the endless streams of tourists. An elevator takes you to the observation deck, which is 85 meters high.
For fans of ballet performances, the famous National Theater, built in the style of a classical Greek temple, opens its doors.
Having visited the world's largest German Museum of Natural History, guests will be delighted to observe the power of artificial lightning discharges, get acquainted with the expositions of aircraft, visit adits and much more.
The observation deck of the television Olympic tower is located at an altitude of 291 meters. Having risen there, you can get acquainted with the beauties of Munich from a bird's eye view. Adjacent to the building is the Olympic Park, an area specially built for the 1972 Summer Olympics. This roofed structure, in tandem with the majesty of the tower, has long been one of the main symbols of the city.
The 38-meter column headed by the “golden angel”, located on the Prinzregentstrasse, attracts endless looks. The building was erected in 1899, on the day of the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Treaty of Versailles.
And, of course, one of the main attractions of Munich, which should not be overlooked, is the BMW Museum. Here you can get acquainted with the history of one of the world's most famous automobile companies, as well as with the most interesting examples of production from different periods. The museum building itself looks like a bowl in which a screw lift is installed. Inspection of the exhibits starts from the basement, and then you rise higher and higher. In the halls of the museum you can see rare cars, motorcycles, sports cars and even engines.
How to get there?
Cheap low-cost Wizz Air flights fly from Chisinau, Iasi and Bucharest on the routes Chisinau - Memmingen, Iasi - Memmingen and Bucharest - Memmingen.
The cost of tickets on promotions can drop to 19 euros one way.
Travel time - 2 hours 30 minutes.
You can get from Memmingen Airport to Munich by bus. The Allgäu Airport Express bus stop is located at the exit of the airport. Public transport runs daily, the schedule may vary - it depends on the schedule of the aircraft. If the time of your flight changes, you will be able to change tickets without any problems and completely free of charge.
Bus tickets can be purchased from the driver or online. The ticket price when purchased from the driver is 20 euros. If you buy a ticket on the website, then its cost will be 9.90 euros. Tickets can be purchased at https://shop.bconn.de/aae. Travel time is 1 hour 20 minutes.