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The best hotels in Munich, Germany
Munich is the third largest city and the most expensive in Germany after Berlin and Hamburg. Although the nearby Alps, the leafy Biergartens, and the baroque architecture beautify the town, it also makes the cost of living very high. It is widely known for the Oktoberfest when beer is sold in liter quantities. The locals speak German although there are English speakers around. Because the town is not cheap you should know few tricks of saving on your budget like visiting the museums on Sundays, using public transport, and carrying your own food to the city. Germans are very preserved people and they value punctuality very much. Munich has an aura of tranquility and harmony. Some of the most interesting places to visit when in Munich are the BMW museum, the Asamkirche, and the Alte Pinakothek palace. It offers many activities ranging from basking on the beach to cycling on the roads. Choose your hotel among the following given in our website for your stay. The hotels in the city offer quality service and nightlife is such an experience.
March to May is the best time to visit Munich. The fall's crowd at this time have already left and the peak season in summer has yet not picked up. The key event in March is the Starkbierzeit the strong beer season and the Auer Dult a traditional annual market in April. If you are coming for Oktoberfest you surely need a coat. This occurs between late September and early October. To attend this festival you will need to book your hotel a year in advance. The rates go up and most hotels are full. It is advisable to bring warm weather clothes at this time. The low season in Munich is between December and February. Room rates are low and crowds have lessened. In February the key events are the Munich fashion week and the Fasching. Between June and August, experiences a high influx of tourists to the city. At this time festivals pile up, therefore book a hotel early to avoid missing out. In June there is the Tollwood and Munich film festival while in July there is the Christopher street day and the Opera festival and Munich summer of music.
The most notable attractions in Munich are the Biergartens and the Oktoberfest. These are not the only attractions to the city for there are wonderful museums, the Bavarian state opera, BMW world, and the Residenz royal palace. The small church of Asamkirche was designed and built to serve as a personal chapel. This was done by the Asam brothers in the 18th century. It is an architectural wonder. Its interior side has startling paintings and sculptures. The BMW museum is one of a kind in Germany. The Bayerische Motoren Werke is a site to visit if you are a lover of motorcycles and cars. Recently it has moved to the company headquarters. Alte Pinakothek palace is another wonder in Munich which is of Italian design. Today the palace contains artworks of prominent Europeans of the 14th and 18th century. Other sites worth a visit include the English Garden, the Church of Our Lady, St Peters church, the Deutsches museum, the Marienplatz, the Viktualienmarkt, St Michael's church, and Augustinerkeller.
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