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  • Munich Leisure Activities
    In summers a favourite place to spend your time is the English Garden as well as the Isar Cycling tours along the Isar are loved by many people That s why it is recommendable to do yours during the week You can hire a bike at one of the numerous bike rentals throughout Munich When you need a break during your tour there will be many beergardens on your way

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  • Munich Shopping
    Marienplatz and Isartor called Tal there is a large variety of different shops where furniture and household articles are offered as well as many old established shops When you are looking for exclusive brands like Armani Chanel Dior etc it is best to go to the Theatiner Residenz and Maximiliansstrasse Within the last few years there has been developed a number of modern shopping arcades in this area as well for example the Fünf Höfe in the Theatinerstrasse If you want to buy delicacies and exclusive coffee it is best to go to Dallmayr in the Diener Strasse between Marienplatz and Maximiliansstrasse For fresh vegetables meat wine cheese and flowers you must not miss the Viktualienmarkt which is even worth a visit just to get the atmosphere However it is not only possible to go shopping in the center of Munich In Schwabing there is quite a variety of small shops with different articles as well For example in the Hohenzollernstrasse there are many designer boutiques with fashionable clothes second hand shops as well as perfumeries and shoe shops In the university district i e Schelling and Türkenstrasse there also are a few designer boutiques as well as quite many

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  • Munich Festivals - Oktoberfest, Auer Dult, Tollwood, Opera Festival
    or if you don t like masses of people like on the Oktoberfest In 2008 the Frühlingsfest will take place on the Theresienwiese in Munich from April 11th until April 27th Auer Dult The Auer Dult is an old market that takes place three times a year at the Mariahilfplatz in Munich There are many stalls where you find stuff like old books cooking equipment rare things and much more In addition there are a few fairground rides for children as well as many food stalls In 2008 the Auer Dult will be from April 26th to May 4th Mai Dult July 26th to August 3rd Jakobi Dult and October 18th to 26th Kirchweihdult www auerdult de Auer Dult Tollwood Another festival that has become quite important and popular throughout the years is the Tollwood It is carried out twice a year in summer in the Olympic Park and in winter at the Theresienwiese like the Oktoberfest Tollwood Munich Opera Festival The Munich Opera Festival is carried out once a year in summer in the Munich Opera House For information on the schedule of the Munich Opera Festival click this link www muenchner opern festspiele de Oktoberfest The most important

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  • Munich Nightlife
    to enjoy your evenings or to party in the capital of Bavaria The most famous area for going out in Munich is Schwabing Here you find quite many pubs and bars when you just walk along During the weekends it might be really busy in this trendy area There are many pubs and bars in other areas of Munich as well In the Gärtnerplatzviertel or in Haidhausen near Ostbahnhof you

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  • Munich - Bavarian Food & Drink
    Popular main dishes are Schweinebraten and Schweinshaxn Sweet dishes or desserts in Bavaria are Rohrnudeln and Dampfnudeln In summer you should try Zwetschgendatschi The highlight however is the Weißwurst Bavarian Food Most of you will probably know the favourite drink of the locals and meanwhile of many of the visitors coming to Munich as well beer But the term beer is only a general designation There are many varieties of

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  • Beergardens
    Bavarian are outside restaurants where beer is served The most important characteristics are that you are allowed to bring your own food and people sit on wooden benches under large chestnut trees on gravel ground The beer is served in large 1 liter mugs Beergardens have their origin in Munich in the 19th century when particularly bottom fermented beer was drunk As this kind of beer was supposed to be brewed at low temperatures Kind Ludwig I issued a decree that it was only allowed to brew it in winter In order to be able to drink the beer in summer as well many big breweries set up beer cellars at the Isar to store the beer In order to keep the temperatures lower large chestnut trees were planted and gravel was put on the ground People came with large mugs to take the beer home Many people however started to stay at the storage place and drink their beer there Within a short time the beer cellars were not used only for the storage of beer any more the brewers started using their cellars for pouring out beer For this purpose simple wooden benches and tables were put under

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  • Munich Festivals: Oktoberfest
    Thousands of people come to Munich every year to visit it even people from Australia and New Zealand More than 6 million people go there per year and the huge amount of 6 million liters of beer is consumed as well as an enormous amount of grilled chickens and other food and drinks But the Wies n is not only a festival for drinking and eating There are many fair ground rides and attractions such as the big wheel roller coasters ghost trains etc as well 177th Oktoberfest in 2010 The Major of Munich opens the Oktoberfest every year by tapping the first barrel of beer at 12 o clock in the beer tent Schottenhammel on the first Saturday This ceremony has been carried out for decades In addition the Oktoberfest is opened by a march of the innkeepers to the Wies n with their brewery horses which is quite fascinating to watch On the first Sunday of the Oktoberfest there is a parade of traditional costumes and riflemen that you should not miss as well Another interesting and colourful attraction are the loads of people who are dressed in Dirndl and Lederhosen the traditional costumes of Munich As it

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  • Munich Transport
    be easily reached by S Bahn Two lines go to the airport S1 and S8 The journey takes approximately 40 minutes from Hauptbahnhof The public transport system in Munich is operated by the MVG and includes S Bahn U Bahn buses and trams Public Transport The public transport system in Munich that is operated by the MVG is really good and quite reliable It is possible to choose between U Bahn underground S Bahn buses and trams The transport system of Munich is very developed and fairly easy to use The service hours usually are from about 5 00 a m to 1 00 a m On the weekends and on official holidays the service hours are extended In addition there are night buses and trams that run about every hour during the whole night It is recommendable however to get a map of the network from one of the information centers If this is not possible there are maps at each station as well mostly near the ticket machines MVG plans and timetables Tram in Munich Tickets For trams and buses it is possible to buy your ticket either before from a ticket machine or office but also at the ticket machine in the tram or the bus This is not possible for U Bahn and S Bahn There you have to buy it before at a ticket machine or office and validate it before you start your trip MVG tickets U Bahn The most convenient as well as the quickest way to get around Munich is probably the U Bahn Trains leave regularly and the train times are quite reliable S Bahn The trains of the S Bahn are not as regular as those of the U Bahn However this is the best way of travelling to suburban

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