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With reams of stunning architecture and surrounding snow-topped mountains, a trip to Munich's the perfect choice for vacationers looking to get away from it all. Discover the city for yourself and book cheap flights to Munich today.

Discover Munich

Discover Munich

Thought to have first been mentioned around 1158, this German city is still one of the most breath-taking destinations in Europe. One of the first things you'll notice during a holiday in Munich will be stunning architecture found across the city. Standing out in the skyline of the inner city is the New town hall and Marienplatz. Within the square you'll find the old and new town hall, the former of which looks like a castle that's stepped right out of a Disney movie thanks to its quaint white brick design, clocktower and turrrets. In contrast, the New town hall was built around 1867-1908 and stands in testament to Munich's creative atmosphere, designed under the watch of native architect Georg von Hauberrisser in an impressively detailed Gothic Revival style and adorned with nearly the entire line of the Wittelsbach dynasty.

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Restaurants and Nightlife in Munich

Restaurants and Nightlife in Munich

After spending the day strolling around the city's centre you might to take this part of your Munich holiday to sit back, relax and sample some of the city's famous Dunkel lager. One of the best places to sample Dunkel is Augustiner Schwalbe. Offering an escape from the hustle and bustle of the Old Town, the bar features a leafy courtyard for you to try out some of the local Augustiner brewery's best brews and even offers an indoor kegel lane (German bowling). If it's a traditional Bavarian meal you crave, look no further than Ratskeller. Located in the basement of the New Town Hall, this stunning eatery offers great tasting relatively inexpensive dishes in atmospheric surrounds.

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Oktoberfest in Munich

Oktoberfest in Munich

Perhaps the city's most famous celebration, Oktoberfest is held every year from the end of September to the first weekend in October and is well worth planning a trip around. The Bavarian National Museum is another of the city's must-see attractions. Not only is it housed within an elaborately designed building, but the attraction is widely credited as one of the most important decorative arts museums in Europe, thanks to its extensive collection of art ranging from late Roman antiquities to Neoclassicism and Art Nouveau. Also of note are The Bollert Collection and Folklore collection, containing rare Bavarian wood carvings. For sports fans no trip to the city would be complete without a trip to the futuristic Allianz Arena. Home to Germany's most successful football club, FC Bayern Munich, the iconic stadium features a fully colour changing exterior and ours are available daily.

 

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