The center of Munich and its old town are sites that impress as much for their wonderful architecture as for their rich history. Sites full of monuments, beautiful squares and buildings that seem to come out of a fairy tale. One of the best ways to get to know them is through one of the tours that go through its streets, so you will not miss any detail of their history and you will also know peculiar secrets.
Whether you are a fan of the automotive world or want to learn more about this legendary German car brand, this museum is the place to visit in Munich. Here you will see the history of its factories, its most emblematic vehicles and many prototypes that have never been released. A museum that also has a great souvenir shop for you or to take as a gift to that friend who is a fan of speed that we all have.
Germany is one of the countries with the largest beer culture in the world, with an average consumption of 131.7 liters per person per year, the German country is ranked number three in the world, second only to the Czech Republic and Ireland. In Munich and the entire region of Bavaria we will see this tasty and refreshing tradition reflected in its hundreds of traditional breweries and beer gardens, considered to be the best in all of Germany. If you want to learn more about this tradition, we recommend you do a beer tour of the best establishments in the city.
This concentration camp, located about 20 kilometers from the center of Munich, is an essential visit to become aware of what happened in Germany and Europe in the days of Nazism. This was the place where more than 40,000 people were murdered, nowadays it is a memorial that remembers its victims and you will be able to see a museum, the ravines, the magazine yard and many other places. If you want to know the history of the field in detail we recommend you take a guided excursion in Spanish.
The Munich Olympic Park was built for the 1972 Olympics. This large urban park has a large number of sports facilities and a large television tower called Olympiaturm. At 291 meters, this is the tallest structure in the entire city. Inside there is a platform with a gazebo at 190 meters and a revolving restaurant, places where you will have incredible views of the entire area.
Considered one of the most impressive and beautiful castles in the world, its design surely seems familiar to you since it was used by Walt Disney to create the design of Sleeping Beauty Castle. Created by monarch Louis II, nicknamed “The Mad King”, you can get to the castle by train to the nearby town of Fussen, and from there combine with a local bus. Another option is to book a guided bus tour with a guide in Spanish directly from Munich.