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It is an area of Upper Bavaria that some 1,300,000 people reside in.
If you want to start off with the most renowned attractions, English Garden and Marienplatz should be right at the top of your itinerary.
If you're visiting with your family, treat them to a visit to the area's terrific child-friendly activities. Let the kids loose at the Bavaria Filmstadt, Westbad and the Kindermuseum Muenchen.
The whole family will be awestruck by the wide range of aquatic creatures on display at Sea Life Aquarium. Even more deep sea adventures await you at SeaLife and Sealife Munich.
If you enjoy the company of animals, you'll be in heaven at the Hellabrunn Zoo and the Wildpark Poing. Try to take in a zookeeper presentation at the BergTierPark Blindham for a comprehensive zoological adventure.
This destination has more brewhouses than you can shake a stick at. Dedicated beer fans come from near and far to appreciate this region's growing range of delicious brews. Overwhelmed by the amount of choice? Begin the day at the Lowenbrau, the Weihenstephan Brewery, the Augustiner Brau or the Nockherberg Paulaner Brewery.
At the Erdinger Weissbrau Brewery, wine enthusiasts can learn about the art and craft of winemaking, before savoring a glass of the end product.
Interested in learning about some of the local plant species? Spend a day at the Botanical Garden Munich-Nymphenburg or the Weihenstephaner Perennial Gardens. The Old Botanical Garden and the Bundesgartenschau are two more fabulous places to have a stroll around.
Pack a few snacks and take five in the tranquil, green surroundings of Olympic Park and Westpark. Theresienwiese and Hofgarten are two more excellent places to while away the day and finally read that neglected book of yours.
Spot some of the local birdlife with a drive to one of the area's lakes, such as Klostersee and Starnberger See.
Nothing equals an afternoon spent out among nature to recharge a travel-weary soul. When you need to escape the city streets, head over to Erding Thermal Spa.
The area's exhibition spaces are a treasure trove of fascinating tales and achievements. Savor the quiet and relaxing atmosphere as you check out the collections at the Deutsches Museum and the BMW World. Another two to consider are the Pinakothek der Moderne and the Bavarian National Museum.
Examine the different specimens on show as you stroll through the corridors of the Munich Paleontological Museum.
Add to your knowledge of art, and maybe even get something to take back home with you at one of the various gallery and exhibition spaces. Swing by the Old Pinakothek and the New Pinakothek for some great examples of what this creative enclave has to offer. Afterwards, if you still have some energy left, wind up your day at the Lenbachhaus and the House of Art.
The Jewish Museum Munich provides a refreshing look at our rich history. If you like that, you should also take in the engrossing objects on display at the Jewish Museum Munich and the Bauernhausmuseum des Landkreises Erding.
To discover more about the area's rich and fascinating past, consider visiting its many remaining historical sites. Commence your history tour at Hofbrauhaus and the Chinesischer Turm. More stories from the days of old await at New Town Hall - Glockenspiel and the Technical University of Munich.
Sendlinger Tor and Isar Tor act as reminders of Munich's military history. As you admire their battered walls, pay your respects to those who valiantly toiled to defend their home.
When it came to designing Nymphenburg Palace and Residenz, you'll see that money wasn't an issue. You may also like to meander through the grounds and listen to some stories about Schleissheim Palace and Dachau Palace.
Castles that look as though they were plucked from the history channel, Hohenkammer Castle and Blutenburg Castle are fun for travelers of all ages. For even more intersting views and historical lessons, head out and explore Magdalenenklause and Pagodenburg.
Experience the region's spiritual side and enjoy some quiet contemplation at Church of Our Lady and Asamkirche. St Peter's Church and St. Michael's Church are also recommended holy places.
Before you pack your bags and head home, ensure you stop by a few of the lesser-known attractions here. Two worthwhile options are European Patent Office and the Bavarian State Library. If you have the time, also think about visiting Eisbach Surfing or Freizeitpark Neubiberg.
Munich is a highly popular destination for travelers, and boasts an excellent assortment of accommodation options. Expedia's Munich hotels guide makes booking easy.
The Mandarin Oriental München, at Neuturmstr. 1, and the Hotel Bayerischer Hof, at Promenadeplatz 2-6 are two of the higher-ranking lodgings in Munich. Stay at either and you'll be guaranteed to have the best rooms in town. Alternatively, The Eden Hotel Wolff, at Arnulfstr. 4, and the Pension Seibel, at Reichenbachstrasse 8, are a couple of recommendations that might be preferable if you're after a bargain.
A highlight of any trip to Munich is English Garden. If you would prefer to stay within easy walking distance of the must-see attraction, the Hilton Munich Park and the Golden Leaf Parkhotel Im Lehel are both worth checking out.
Going on a break is about so much more than just seeing a different place. It's all about the things you can do while you're there.
The really awesome news is that Munich has plenty of things to do. Here's a selection of our favorites:
For a more complete list of activities, jump onto our Munich things to do page.
Designed by Chicago architect Helmut Jahn, this “transparent” glass-and-steel hotel is inside the Munich Airport building, between Terminals 1 and 2; downtown Munich is 37 km (23 miles) away.
Located a few steps from Munich's main train station with direct connections to Neue Messe Exhibition Center and Munich Airport. Close to Theresienwiese and Marienplatz, and 10-minute walk from the Karlsplatz/Stachus pedestrian shopping area and the Oktoberfest site.
Popular with both business and leisure travelers for its convenient location, the rich in tradition Eden Hotel Wolff sits opposite the train station. Guests can also visit Viktualienmarkt outdoor market, Marienplatz, or raise a glass at Hofbräuhaus beer hall; both are a 20-minute walk away in the Old Town.
Located in Munich City Centre, this aparthotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Augustiner Keller, Marienplatz, and Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche). Pinakothek der Moderne and New Pinakothek are also within 2 mi (3 km). Hackerbrücke S-Bahn is 8 minutes by foot and Donnersbergerbrücke Station is 10 minutes.