Holidays To Munich

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Munich an age old city of fascinating old monuments and rich culture is definitely worth discovering. Helping you plan that much needed break the all-inclusive holiday packages to Munich from Travel Center include cheap flights and the best affordable accommodation. Founded in 1158 this vibrant city boats a pretty hip art scene. From fascinating museums to a city centre resplendent of Gothic, Renaissance and Neoclassical architecture. Relax and unwind at the Old Town square where you can sip tea and enjoy the surroundings at charming cafes and bars. Listen to the Glockenspiel chime at noon reminding you to savour the architectural wonders of Frauenkirche, St. Peterskirche and Heiliggeistkirche churches. Nymphenberg Castle is a must see for brilliant Baroque architecture while Europe’s largest food market Viktualienmarkt promises many thrills. Munich is synonymous for its gastronomical delights and of course local ‘Beer’, which is great for cooling off on warm sunny days. Munich’s most famous beer-bar the Hofbrauhaus serves the country’s best and internationally renowned pilsners, lagers and wheat beers. Any wonder why ‘Oktoberfest’ is such a roaring success! Munich as a traditional German city dishes out a mouth-watering range of traditional feasts. These are some of the reasons why all-inclusive holiday packages to Munich from Travel Center are super deals, we even offer flexible booking options. Go ahead and discover Munich!

Holidays to Munich

Munich, Germany

Le Méridien Munich - £239 PP

Munich

Germany

2 Nights

Room Only

Holidays to Munich

Munich, Germany

Holiday Inn Munich - Leuchtenbergring - £189 PP

Munich

Germany

3 Nights

Room Only

Holidays to Munich

Munich, Germany

Mercure Hotel Muenchen Schwabing - £149 PP

Munich

Germany

2 Nights

Room Only

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Time Zone

UTC/GMT +1:00 hour

Airlines Flying

Lufthansa, British Airways, KLM, Swiss Airlines, KLM

Languages

German

Best Time to Travel

April, August to October

Modes of Transport

Car, Motorcycle, Taxi, Bike

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR
TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT

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Marienplatz

The central square in the heart of Munich has old buildings, churches and landmarks. It is also where you will find the Marian Column topped with a statue of the virgin mary and the Glockenspiel that is over a 100 years old where 32 life sized figures reenact historical Bavarian events.

Cathedral of our Blessed Lady

The city’s largest church it can accommodate upto 20,000 people. The twin towers of the cathedral shape the skyline and provide a breathtaking view of the Bavarian Alps. It has been built in the late Gothic style of the 15th century.

Dachau Concentration Camp

Located 10 miles northwest of Munich, this was one of the first concentration camps in Nazi Germany and became the model for all other camps that came after this. A tour of the camp will take you through the place where the prisoners walked after their arrival, prisoner baths, barracks, courtyard and the crematorium. There is also an exhibition and memorial on site.

The English Garden

The English Garden is Munich’s largest park surpassing even Central Park in New York. Perfect for exploring you can rent a paddle boat, take a stroll on the wooded paths and watch the German answer to surfing on the waters of the Eisbach.

Beer halls

Munich’s many beer halls provide the best beer along with local specialty dishes and music to accompany you for an enjoyable evening. The most famous of all is Hofbrauhaus which also provides a brewery tour once a week where you will be able to see and experience the art of beer brewing.

The Victuals Market

This bustling market of 140 colourful booths is a farmers market and has a wide variety of fresh and regional food. Its beginning is in the 19th century and the stalls sell flowers, honey, spices, meat, cheese, eggs, pastries, fruits and vegetables.

Residence Palace of Munich

This former royal palace of the Bavarian monarchs is today one of the best interior decoration musuems. The buildings were first constructed in 1385 and has ten courtyards and beautiful gardens. The museum has 130 rooms that hold antique furniture, art, porcelain and tapestries from all design eras.

German Musuem

This museum is placed on an island in the river Isar that runs through the city center. One of the oldest and largest science and technology museums in world, it is home to a collection of historic artifacts, including the first electric dynamo, the first automobile and the laboratory bench where the atom was first split.

Musuems Ensemble

Just like its name suggests this is an ensemble of three musuems. The Alte Pinokothek is one of the world’s oldest art galleries that has 800 European masterpieces from the Middle Ages to the end of rococo. The Neau Pinakothek houses art and sculptures from the late 18th to the beginning of the 20th century. The Pinakothek Der Moderne is the largest museum for modern art in Germany.

Munich Olympic Stadium

The site of the 1972 summer Olympics, its futuristic design was modeled after the Alps. It is the signature characteristic of the stadium and can seat 80,000 people. It was designed by German architect Gunther Behnisch and engineer Frei Otto and was built in a pit that made by bombings during World War II.