Munich is one of the largest and most important cities of Germany, currently is an important worldwide industrial city but also provide great touristic attractions.
Munich is located in the southern part of the country and its origins backs to the XII century, at this day we can find many historical buildings of that era in Munich. In this post of eBooking.com we want to share some places and most important things for visitting.
The Pinacotheca: The city of Munich offers three Pinacothecas of great importance, each one focusing on a temporary period. The older one includes works of ten to nineteenth century the new with works of the nineteenth century and the modern is focused on the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Cathedral of Our Lady: is impressive church dates back to the fifteenth century, although many of its interior decorative items were not performed until the eighteenth century. On the outside we found a large simple church and inside three large naves, of which stands the known as “Devil’s Footprint”. This great cathedral is one of the most important tourist attractions in Germany and it is also known as the Frauenkirche.
The English Garden: This large eighteenth-century garden is located in the heart of downtown Munich, being one of the most extensive and impressive parks in the world. It is a large green space filled with small floral and monuments inspired in different cultures. Definitely it is one of the most enjoyable of the whole city.
Oktoberfest: this big German festival currently has an international recognition and as its name suggests takes place during the month of October, date on which Munich receives highest number of visitors. The main elements of the festival are the typical clothes, traditional foods, regional dances and lots of beer.
Marienplatz: It is located in the historical center of Munich and is probably the most interesting point of the city. It is an important meeting point for residents so it is a busy area. The entire zone has many historical buildings that make the Marienplatz the essential starting point.
Neuschwanstein Castle: If we travel to Munich should not miss the opportunity to visit this stunning castle it is located just two hours from the city. It is said that it served as inspiration for the famous castle of Walt Disney production. The castle dates back to the nineteenth century although we not talk about a building of great history, but its imposing stamp worth a visit. You can also visit its inside.