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pl guide regarding my trip to munich in november

by imnotgudbutdbest

i am planning to visit Munich in the last week of November from 26-28 November
can you please guide me as to what I can see in these three days, economical sight seeing tours, what will be the temperature at this time of year

Re: pl guide regarding my trip to munich in november

by leics

No-one can tell you exactly what the weather will be like but you can get a rough idea from the climate tables here:

There will be less daylight for sightseeing, of course. Sunrise will be around 7.35, sunset around 16.25.

Have a look at the VT Munich travel guide for ideas about what to see and do. All pages and tips are written by VT members and locals. Use the searchboox top right of this page to find it.

Re: pl guide regarding my trip to munich in november

by Donna_in_India

Hi - no need to go on a tour, you can easily see everything on your own. There's also a good public transportation system in Munich - both buses and underground. And also several things within walking distance of each other.

Agree with Leics - check some of the Munich tips here on VT. Some places I'd personally recommend include: the Deutsches Museum, Schloss Nymphenburg, walk around Marienplatz (see the Glockenspiel performance) - go to the top of Church of Our Lady for good view, St. Michaels' Church (go to the crypts), and the Reisdenz. Enjoy Munich!

Re: pl guide regarding my trip to munich in november

by mccalpin

Donna named all the things that I would have named, and then some. München is a good place to walk around in.

Hmmmn, are you a beer drinker? If so, you might go on the tour of the Löwenbräu brewery (now Löwenbräu-Spaten or something like that). When I used to go, the tour was free, and ended with a beer and 2 wurst - lunch for college students! - but now it looks like you have to pay between 9 and 15 euro per person (but I think you still get beer and something at the end).

You have no doubt heard of the Hofbräuhaus which is near the east end of the pedestrian walkway in the center of town. As you have probably read, the place is full of tourists downstairs (although the restaurant upstairs was quite nice). A more authentic German beergarden might be the Augustinerkeller ( - certainly a larger one. Note that at real German beer halls (the beergardens may be closed due to the season), you sit at long tables and are surrounded by perfect strangers - you don't get your own table. It is normal to eat lunch or dinner in a beerhall, so it's a great way to get out of the weather, eat something, have a beer or two, and spend an hour or two watching the greatest show on earth (a bunch of Germans in their native element) - all for less than you would have spent in a hoity-toity restaurant...


Travel Tips for Munich

Visit the Roxy Bar and the...

by Dutch

Visit the Roxy Bar and the Masters House, a nice 'bar' which in fact is a house with different rooms. For instance you can have a drink in the Bathroom, which means that your table is next to the bathtub. The same goes for the kitchen (no bath tub ofcourse) and the bedroom. The people in Munich (when they are Bavarian) are really cool and friendly.

inside a beer tent at...

by chrissyalex

inside a beer tent at Oktoberfest . There were several different tents. It was so much fun...the Oompah bands would play and for certain songs...the crowd went wild! I have a few. I had fun dancing with a group of Italians. I also had fun hanging out with some people from Belgium...there was a definate language barrier....but we managed to have a blast and they didn't want us to leave. Another fond memory was when a fellow New Yorker I met there bought me a rose.It was very sweet.

Munich was the home of the...

by mlt_t

Munich was the home of the ill-fated 20th Olympics in 1972 and the stadium with its famous tent-like roof in the Olympia Park is still used for national and international football matches. Also outside the city are the famous Nymphenburg castle and the park, originally the summer residence of the Bavarian kings and now a popular spot not only with the tourist but also with the inhabitant of Munich.

Swimming Munich - wonderful places!

by claudia1975

Munich has many wonderful, clean and large public swimming places. No matter if outdoors or indoors. Some are very new, on others you swim in ancient buildings with beautiful architecture, mosaic floors and colourful windows.

A good selection (with directions) of all the famous swimming places is given on the weblink shown below.

I like to go to the Munich "WESTBAD" (because it is close to my home). This public pool has an 25m sports pool, a fun pool with many massage jets, a slide for kids, a streaming channel, an all year outdoor pool with warm salt water, three bubbling hot tubs and a suana landscape. The sauna landscape is not the most beautiful in Munich, but there is three saunas (60-95 deg. C), a steam bath and enough ice water to dive in as well as relaxing areas.

The cost is 8 Euro for 3 hours, which is a lot. If you go from 21:30 to 23:00 (when it closes) you only pay 3 Euro. - swimming suit, towel, shower supplies
- water bottle and fruits for sauna


by Hosell

Apart of the nice architecture,motors industries,and Oktobersfest,Munich is international known also for its famous beers and breweries.In Munich you can see a few of largest brewerys in the world.

This is the Loewenbraeu Keller one of most famous Brewery in the city.
It has also a very nice restaurant, a beerhall,a indoor Pub, and a Biergarten.
This is a picture of main building 's facade.


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