Dubbed the city of "laptops and lederhosen", Munich blends traditional heritage with cutting edge technology and economic growth. The historic Old Town is rich with beautiful architecture and places, such as the central square Marienplatz, the farmers market and foodie paradise Viktualienmarkt, the old church Frauenkirche and the most famous beer hall in the world the Hofbräuhaus. The Englischer Garten on the west bank of the Isar River spans an incredible 375 acres down the side of Munich and is one of the largest urban parks in the world. It is not enough just to visit the Munich city centre, the outskirts also boast a diverse range of attractions such as the Schloss Nymphenburg palace, BMW World and Allianz Arena which is home to FC Bayern. Within the larger region, the original Disney castle Schloss Neuschwanstein is a must-see for an incredible building, breathtaking views and a mysterious history. Transport links in Munich and to the surrounding area are generally good however driving is still favoured by the locals and hiring a car to see the attractions in outer Munich and surrounding countryside is the easiest, quickest and often cheapest way to take in the sights, plus you can enjoy driving in the stunning Alpine roads and on the infamous derestricted autobahns. Munich Airport is under half an hour drive from the city centre so provides convenient access direct to the city, plus the Alps are within 2-3 hours drive for summer hiking and the best of winter skiing in the world-famous ski resorts of Salzburg, Tyrol, or Arlberg. Let our team know if you are planning on skiing and we can kit your vehicle out with winter tires, snow chains and ski roof racks for your safety and comfort. Copyright: Munich Airport
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