Munich is a dynamic city that taught its people how to live their lives to the fullest. Explore the artsy Schwabing district and sit down at any of the 47 open-air cafés and restaurants along the Leopoldstrasse nearby. Or burn some Euros at the celebrity spot, Maximilianstrasse, lined with all the big brands such as Versace, Jimmy Choo, Dior and more. The city centre is easily reached from Munich Airport by train or shuttle service.
Lay down on the grass and relax at the English Garden. This beautiful park was opened to the public in 1792 to allow every person access to a green space. While in the park, don’t miss its famous attraction, the great Chinesischer Turm where you can have a stein and get to know the locals. If you’re up for some surfing (or simply watching others surf), catch a wave at the one and only surf spot in Munich. Located at the southwestern corner of the English Garden the Eisbach, a man-made river with a constant wave attracts many surfers. This city also offers many treasures for art lovers and its museums and galleries reflect how deeply the residents care for the arts.
No matter how you decide to spend your time there, you will be impressed by the historical and modern-day gems the city has to offer. Should you want to discover the nearby places, hire a car in Munich and have an adventure!