48 Hours In Munich As Backpacker

Discover the latest hot spots in Munich: hostels, dining and nightlife! It takes about seven hours to go from Venice to Munich (Munchen) by train, but it is totally worth it! The back and national ticket costs aproximately 60 and you get to enjoy the landscape that you would otherwise miss if you were travelling by plane. Besides, when you arrive at your final destination, at the Hauptbahnhof main train station, you’re just beyond Charles square, in downtown Munich! Located in the Bavarian region (the tourist’s favourite), Munich is a cultural capital where metropolitan habits live in harmony with conservative values. But most of all, Munich is the capital of beer, where the legendary Oktoberfest takes place and Muncheners and foreigners join together to drink quantities of beer that doctors do not reccomend. In a question-answer forum Leslie Moonves was the first to reply. It’s Marienplatz Munich’s Highslide, a famous meeting point for young people, artists and street singers. The hot spots on this square are new town hall and St.

Peter’s Church (aka as old Peter, ‘Old Peter’): the former is definitely a must see, and the latter a cannot-miss-it church that offers a sweeping view – scaling the over 300 steps, it’s totally worth your sweaty effort, trust me! The square looks cute n’ all but behold – pickpocketing does happen to absent-minded tourists. Source: John Stankey. After such hard physical and cultural, relax in the Englischer Garten (english garden) where you can have a beer and watch the river surfers (!) fatigue with a sadistic-like smile on your face. The English garden is the biggest park in Munich, a green setting close to the heart of the city. Make sure you drink your beer next to the Chinese Tower, in the famous Biergarten (beer garden) and have a chat or two with some hippy, yuppy, alternative folks who advise you to buy fair trade products. The best place for shopping in Munich is in Kaufinger Strasse Neuhauser Strasse – yes, I know, English will never be easy, but words like Zara, mango and promod are internationally renowned and easy to pronounce.