Breweries, shopping and popular sights from Bavarian National Museum to English Garden—explore Upper Bavaria, a destination also known for its gardens.
Museums, Skyscrapers and Beer
Use this central square as a base for sightseeing, or as a vantage point to watch the crowds and take in Munich’s famous carillon.
Escape the city and head to one of the world’s largest urban parks, which has lakes and meadows, as well as beer gardens and a variety of interesting relics.
Gain an insight into how Germany became one of the worldwide leaders in the motor industry by learning about a uniquely Bavarian brand at this high-tech exhibition.
Formally the site of the world’s best-known sporting event, this park still offers plenty of attractions.
The world’s most famous beer hall is not just a destination for beer aficionados. Visitors can also sample traditional Bavarian music, dancing and cuisine.
Gather all the ingredients for a perfect picnic or simply wander around at this lively market that stocks foods both exotic and local.