The historic, bombed-out-and-then-rebuilt capital of the great state of Bavaria has an exaggerated sense of self-importance almost equal to its incredible standard of living. If you were to redesign a city from scratch -- as Munich largely was after WWII -- you’d probably come up with something like this combo of charismatic neighborhoods, great restaurants, awesome public transportation, beautiful parks, and a drinking culture unlike any other in the world.
Munich Destination Guide
The Hofbräuhaus that started it all, this brewery and beer hall is one of Munich's oldest and most popular spots, drawing hordes of regulars and tourists through its doors every day.
Since 1901, this bath house has been offering pure relaxation to its guests, who can enjoy the indoor or outdoor pools, saunas, shower & bath facilities, or a tension-releasing massage.
DAV is the climbing and bouldering center of Munich because it's the world's largest indoor climbing facility, offering nearly 7800sq meters of rock walls and obstacles for you to navigate.
Located in the center of Munich, the Charles Hotel offers five-star luxury to the guests staying in each of their 160 rooms, most of which provide striking views of the Old Botanical Gardens or the historical buildings of the city.