NH Muenchen Airport

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Lohstrasse 21, Munich, Bavaria, 85445, Germany
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Must do things in Munch

by pulgaron

If you only had a couple of days to visit Munich what would be the must do things?

Re: Must do things in Munch

by nicolaitan

with several days, munich offers many places to visit. we particularly enjoyed the residenz and the schloss nymphenberg ( avoid tours, go on your own and take the time to appreciate these places ). walking the main pedestrianized street between karlsplatz and marienplatz and visiting the viktualienmarkt are an essential part of the munich experience. also there are three spectacular art museums in the art area northwest of the city center and easily reached by public transit ( the munich public transit system, trams and trains, is very comprehensive ) featuring modern, new, and classic art. we spent hours in the alte pinakothek. as for a beer hall and restaurant, your choice.

depending on your interest in world war II, the dachau concentration camp is easily reached by train and bus independently or for ease and convenience there are multiple guided tours.

Re: Must do things in Munch

by Donna_in_India

With only 2 days, you'll have to choose based on your own interests. I'd suggest:

Deutsches Museum

Marienplatz/Glockenspiel: Church of our Lady (go to the top for views of Munich), St. Michael's Church (crypts in the basement), Lunch at Ratskeller (traditional cellar restaurant)

Residenz

Schloss Nymphenburg

Day trip to the castles: Neushwanstein and Hohenschwangau

Re: Must do things in Munch

by GrumpyDiver

To add a few more thoughts:

1. The Alte Pinakothek is one of the premiere art musuems in the world. Always worth a visit;

2. The Deutsches Museum is the original Science and Technology Museum. This is probably the one place I visit everytime I get to Munich;

3. Hofbrauhaus - the is the famous Bavarian Court Brewery - always a lineup to get in, but certainly a must-do site.

Munich is also a great jump-off point to see Ludwig II of Bavaria's three famous castles, Neuschwanstein, Linderhof and Herrenchiemsee.

Re: Must do things in Munch

by Mikebb

Walk from the city centre along Marienplatz, it is full of old buildings ( rebuilt after WWII,find a nice beergarden for lunch or mid afternnon lunch. As Nicolatian said you must visit the castle and we went by public transport. With your entry ticket you obtain headphones which guide you around the castle. Do not miss the gardens and the Coach Museum.

Re: Must do things in Munch

by Lurchizo

Agree with Residenz, maybe wander down to the English Gardens, have a meal in the famous beer hall Haufbrauhaus, and just wander the Marienplatz at night hitting the various cafes and listening to the street performers. There were amazing ones and I bought several of the cds - one even had a grand piano on the street playing. I also took teh train out to the Dachau concentration camp and it is very moving. Easy to get there in 15-20 minutes by train and then self guide.

Travel Tips for Munich

Octoberfest Facts

by painterdave

Here is a general list of facts concerning Octoberfest
• Area: 0.42 km2 (103.78 acres)
• Seats in the festival halls: approx. 100,000 (you are thinking this is enough?)
• Visitors: 6.2 million
• Beer: appr. 6,940,600 litres(126,900 litres non-alcoholic) (100,000 spilled on floor)
• Wine: 79,624 liters
• Sparkling wine: 32,047 litres
• Coffee, tea: 222,725 litres
• Water, lemonade: 909,765 ½ litres
• Chicken: 521,872 units
• Pork sausages: 142,253 pairs
• Fish: 38,650 kg
• Pork knuckles: 58,446 units
• Oxen: 104 units,
• Expenditure of electricity: 2.8 million kWh (as much as 14% of Munich's daily need or as much as a four person family will need in 560 years)
• Expenditure of gas: about 205,000 m³ (?)
• Expenditure of water: about 90,000 m³ (As Much as 27 % of Munich's need )
• Waste: 678 t (2004) (TRY TO FIND A TRASHCAN)
• Toilets: about 980 seated, more than 878 meters of urinals and 17 for disabled persons
• Telephones: 83, also for international credit cards
• Lost property: about 4000 items, among them 260 pairs of glasses, 200 mobile phones, wedding rings, and even crutches.[12]

Garbage and toilets
Nearly 1,000 tons of garbage result annually from the Oktoberfest. The mountains of garbage created are hauled away and the ways cleanly washed down each morning. The cleaning is paid for in part by the city of Munich and in part by the sponsors.
After 2004 the queues for toilets became so long that the police had to regulate the entrance. To keep traffic moving through the restrooms, men headed for the toilets were directed to the "Pissoir" (giant enclosed grate) if they only needed to urinate. The number of toilets was increased in 2005 by 20%. Now approximately 1,800 toilets and urinals are available.
Many Oktoberfest guests visit the quiet stalls in order to use their cell phones. For this reason it was planned in the year 2005 to install a Faraday cage around the toilets or to use Mobile phone jammers to prevent telephoning with a mobile telephone. However jamming devices are not certified in Germany, and Faraday cages made of copper would be too expensive, so instead signs were placed warning toilet users not to use cell phones in the stalls Are you beginning to understand just how BIG Octoberfest has become? If not, go back and read the second part which discusses number of toilets, and how people used the toilets as a way to enable them to hear their cell phones through the noise.
This year, in 2010 I did not see even one trash can. There are tiny boxes on poles about the size of a kitchen wastebasket, but nothing that could handle the amount of trash generated daily.

There are plenty of security workers, and it is understood that if a person gets in a scuffle by accident they are still handcuffed and hauled off regardless of the story. Don't let this happen to you. Walk away from all altercations.
We saw people being taken in this manner, and we also saw stretchers that look like mummy bags where drunk people who are unconscious are taken to where ever they can sober up. If you want to see bunches of drunk people at one time, go to the hill of grass located by the big monument.

LMU: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet

by pedersdottir

Die Uni. (English speakers say: dee OO-nee).

Founded 20 years before Columbus set foot in America. In 1472 it was an Ingolstadt-based Jesuit institution set up by Duke Ludwig the Rich. It was moved twice and finally brought to Munich in 1826, where it has remained. It is named for its founder, Ludwig, as well as for King Maximilian who played a major role in its growth in 1800.

By 1972 LMU was the largest university in Germany. It is particularly distinguished in the fields of law, medicine, veterinary medicine and science. Main office address:
LMU Muenchen
Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1
80539 Muenchen

phone: (49) 89 21 800
www.uni-muenchen.de

NEWSFLASH: LMU has a cool new cafe. Look for the UNILOUNGE, under the Main Bldg.

Isartor

by bugulma

Isartor is one of the city towers that were kept until nowadays. Isrtor is the Eastern tower of the old city. It was laid in 1337 and finished in 1499 and it has the main high tower and two lower towers on each side of the tower. In 1835 the tower was reconstructed and since that time it's possible to enjoy paintings onto the tower.

Vital Laptop Info

by pedersdottir

Log into the web from landline phones via www.freenet.de. DIal up with the phone number 01929. Charges will automatically be applied to the phone bill.

If you use a LAN card, you can find hotspots here: www.stadtnet-hotsports.de. Or check out these locales:
Cafe Anna, Cafe Neuhausen, Cafe am Beethovenplatz.

Skiing Germany's Highest Mountain - Zugspitze

by claudia1975

Between December and April go skiing in on of the many ski areas. There are too many south of Munich to give detailed descriptions here. If you want to spent 39 Euro for a day ticket the “Zugspitze” ski area is definitely worth a visit skiing and snowboarding on the glaciers below the nearly 3000m peak of Gernaby’s highest mountain. The gondola up to the summit starts close to the town of Garmisch Partenkirchen (take highway 95 from Munich to Garmisch) and in Garmisch follow the signs towards the “Zugspitzbahn” and “Gondel”. After skiing you can enjoy the public swimming hall of Garmisch, which is well marked. This swimming place features normal pools, some hot pools and sauna. The best way to relax after a day of skiing. - skis or snowboard (or rent it in Garmisch)
- warm clothes, goggles etc
- food and drink for lunch if you dont want to pay the high prices along the descents

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Address: Lohstrasse 21, Munich, Bavaria, 85445, Germany