Munich is famous for its beautiful architecture, art and rich heritage. Munich has outstanding museums and galleries. There are numerous ways to explore Munich city. Another option to explore the city is to get on a Hop On-Hop- Off Bus, or you can take a free walk tour. For the first time Solo travellers, I would recommend this as a good option. It is normally a 2-5 hour walking tour and starts from Marienplatz. The concept of the free walking tour is defined as pay-what-you-feel. It is enjoyable and fun. To find out best local travel tour guide and details check out from Free Tour of Munich’s Old Town Or Book your package with Get Your Guide
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Munich a land for ‘Lederhosen and Dirndl’ and the World’s biggest October Bier festival in the world. Where millions of people around the world come to experience this traditional beer festival. But that’s not all Munich there is so much to see and explore the beauty of this city. From Architecture to History and the wonderful Bier Gartens. Of course, the Christmas markets and the popular Sprig Carnival “Fashing”
Munich has an excellent Public Transport system. The underground trains(U-Bahn) and overground trains (S-Bahn) Line S1 and S8 go right to the Airport. An Airport city day passes for a group of 5 at 21.30€. It not only get you to Central Munich, but you can also travel with trams, buses,subway-lines for the rest of the day. Trams also run in many areas and scenic way to get around town.
The best way to explore the city is either by Bicycle or walk. You can rent a bike from the MVG bike rental system. If you are not sure where to start head over to Marienplatz and walk around. READ MORE
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