City Breaks in Munich: Top Holiday Lettings
Top Must-Sees During Your Munich City Break
There's a universe of history and culture to discover within the town, and if you're on a longer break you can take a day trip to the world-famous Neuschwanstein Castle.
1. Nymphenburg Palace
A baroque-style regal residence that in many ways resembles Versailles in Paris. The opulent interiors and manicured gardens once housed Bavarian kings during their summer getaways.
2. Englischer Garten
The 'English Garden' is a real hotspot for outdoor fun in warmer weather. With its British name, Far East-style pagoda, German beer garden, and melting pot of locals and visitors, it brings to life the international nature of this scenic city.
3. Neuschwanstein Castle
This is one of the world's most famous buildings, which is well worth the 90-minute or so trip out of the city to visit on a day trip. It was built for King Ludwig II, whose extravagant tastes ensured that he spared no expense in building this prodigious royal home.
4. Hofbräuhaus am Platzl
Back in the Munich city centre, this is probably the most famous beer hall in Bavaria. It's set over three floors and offers visitors delicious dishes such as schnitzel, washed down of course with tasty local ales, all in a huge and friendly space.
Visit Munich's outdoor market for superb food gifts or just a tasty snack. It's open every day from Monday to Saturday, 8:00am to 8:00pm, making it a convenient stopping point while you explore this easily walkable city.