As Germany’s third largest city, Munich is a hotbed of culture, great food and fantastic traditions (read Lederhosen). Founded in 1158, the city has far from rested since then, defining itself as a central part of Bavarian culture. Beer-drinkers and culture vultures step this way, we think you’re going to love a holiday in Munich City.
In truth, Munich is one of Germany’s most interesting places to visit because it’s a city of two halves. Partly a haven for arts and technology, and partly a place of history and tradition. One of its funnest customs is Oktoberfest, the largest beer festivals in the world. With a vibrant and hearty nightlife, and the finest restaurants in southern Germany, as well as a city full of interesting and fun things to do, it’s clear why so many travel here.