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[Translate to it:] Despite being home to some 1.3 million people and such industrial giants as Siemens and BMW most visitors go to Munich looking to sample the famous Bavarian Gemütlichkeit, and find it most usually at the bottom of a Masskrug (litre mug) in one of the cities justly famous beer-halls or gardens.

Not only during the Oktoberfest is Munich the place to wash down sausage, kraut and dumplings with some of the best tasting beer on the planet until the stomach groans, the ears buzz, ( the legs wobble? ) and the heart sings. The Münchners are famed for their ability to find an excuse to celebrate all year round, be it in a cosy kneipe with 20 seats or the world’s biggest beer garden with over 8000, and rest assured assured, a pair of lederhosen will never be far away.

It is though of course not just the beer which makes Munich one of Central Europe’s favourite backpacker destinations…

* The three Munich`s Pinakotheken ( masters, impressionists and modern ) are regarded as among the world’s finest art galleries.

* The Deutsches Museum houses the world’s most extensive science and technology collection.

* 4 x European Cup (Champion's League) winners FC Bayern Munich are one of the world’s premier football clubs.

* The castles and palaces of ‘mad’ King Ludwig are just part of a rich historical heritage.

* The nearby Dachau concentration camp memorial makes a very sobering reminder of a less than glorious recent history.

In addition the day trip potential from the Bavarian capital is huge, with lakes, mountains and castles ( including Neuschwanstein, the ‘disney castle’ ) within easy range.


For the place to stay in Munich look no further than the Euro Youth Hotel.  Munich’s member of Europe’s Famous Hostels and Let’s Go’s favourite Munich hostel for the last 8 yrs running.

Ideally located in a quiet side street  80 m from the main train station the EYH is held in high esteem for it’s friendly staff, lively bar and consistently clean and comfortable rooms. 

Getting to Munich is a piece of cake from just about every conceivable direction.
Lots of lowbudget operators fly into Europe's 7th busiest airport, and trains ( both overnight and daytime ) run directly to and from cities such as Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels, Prague, Vienna, Rome, Berlin, Venice, Zurich and many more.