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How to Get Around Munich on the Cheap
by Gilmar Souza Jr. in Travel
How to Get Around Munich on the Cheap. Visitors come to Munich for historical sites, famous beer gardens and amazing architecture. It's easy to get around Munich on the cheap, even if you don't speak a word of German; the public transportation system is excellent and easy to use.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
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How to Get From Frankfurt to Munich
by Mexico in Travel
Travel in Western Europe is relatively easy if you do your research. Large metropolitan cities like Frankfurt and Munich have several means of travel, including air, autobahns and extensive railway systems. Munich is in the Bavarian Alps in southern Germany. It has a population of about 1.3 million people and many museums, castles and world class restaurants. It's also the home of Oktoberfest. Thi

How to Eat in Munich on the Cheap
by Usman in Travel
How to Eat in Munich on the Cheap. Munich is one of Europe's more expensive cities, thanks in part to its location in the wealthy province of Bavaria. The local specialties are tasty and filling, however, and you can get a good meal without sacrificing your budget.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
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Hotels in Marienplatz, Munich
by LinAdmin in Travel
Marienplatz, or St. Mary's Square, is located in the heart of downtown Munich, Germany, and offers guests an abundance of architectural history that includes the Old Town Hall, its famous large carillon and the Column of St. Mary. Throughout the 19th century Marienplatz was a popular destination for a variety of markets, festivities and tournaments. Surrounding the square is a large selection of h

Terms of the Munich Agreement
by Ir0nh1de in Culture & Society
The Munich Agreement of 1938 allowed Germany to annex a strip of border in Czechoslovakia called the "Sudetenland." The rationale for Hitler's annexation demand was that he was following the desire of ethnic,or "Sudeten," Germans in Czechoslovakia who wished to be part of Germany. The Munich Agreement was illustrates the pattern of "appeasement" by the Western powers to Hitler's territorial demand

Facts About Munich Germany
by 1sikbITCH in Travel
Munich is the capital of Germany and home to the ever famous Oktoberfest every year. As one of the largest cities in Germany, it is the most popular to live in and visit. NicknamesMunich is also known as the Gateway to the Bavarian Alps and the Silicon Valley of Europe.
BMWBMW is one of the most famous cars to come out of Germany, and its headquarters is located in Munich. If you want to see

What to Expect at Oktoberfest in Munich
by Skurge in Holidays & Celebrations
Munich is inundated with nearly six million people over 16 days for its Oktoberfest. The celebration starts in late September, and it ends in early October. There are traditions and events which typically accompany the celebration. Bavarian BeerOne of the main components of Munich's Oktoberfest is beer. Bavaria has been known for its brewing since the 16th century. Approximately six million l

Hotels Near Marienplatz, Munich
by Aravinth in Travel
Marienplatz is a square located in the heart of Munich's historic and vibrant city center. The square dates back to the Middle Ages and was once home to the city's main market place, and the staging ground of medieval tournaments and festivities. Attractions in the square include the Mariensäule, a column topped with a statue of the Virgin Mary erected to commemorate the end of the Swedish in

How to Celebrate Oktoberfest in Munich
by Edwin Goei in Holidays & Celebrations
Munich's very first Oktoberfest was held in 1810 to celebrate the royal wedding of Ludwig I of Bavaria. Today, the Oktoberfest in Munich is renowned as being the world's largest kegger. The annual 16-day beer festival officially kicks off in the Schottenhamel beer tent when the mayor of Munich shouts the traditional words, "O' sapft is!" while tapping the first keg of beer on opening day. In addit

How to Enjoy Munich, Germany
by Apejoy in Travel
Munich is arguably Germany's most enticing city, rich in arts and culture, sightseeing options and sophisticated dining. Nestled at the foot of the Alps, the city is as scenically appealing as it is active and entertaining. Here's how to get the most out of a visit there.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Even if you're not an engineer, the Deutches Museum will happily engage your mind and

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