Tourist attractions in Munich


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Bavaria, Germany's capital, has a population of around 1.4 million people and covers an area of about 310 square kilometers. Munich, known for its yearly Oktoberfest, has museums and structures that date back hundreds of years.

According to Munich's history, the Duke of Bavaria created the city. Munich was formerly a monastery location and is now a city near the Isar River in the Bavarian Alps. Munich developed into a settlement as a result of the growth of Salzburg and the construction of the road over the river.

1.The Englischer Garten

The largest city park in Germany is this one. This park is used by walkers, runners, bikers, and surfers every day, so you won't feel alone there.
The Englischer Garten's activities and attractions include:

The garden is made more gorgeous by naturally spaced trees, plant clusters, and lovely flower beds. The grass is mowed precisely and cleanly all throughout, creating a green landscape. The park's nine-kilometer-long flowing stream, as well as the different birds, fish, and other creatures that call it home.
There is a lake that was made artificially. Over 78 kilometers of trails and footbridges crisscross the park.

Marienplatz and the Neues Rathaus​

Since the beginning of the city, Marienplatz has been the center of Munich. Up until 1807, marketplaces were held here as well as medieval jousting contests. The Altes Rathaus, which acts as an entrance, is connected to the massive Neues Rathaus, which takes up one entire side of the plaza.

It's difficult to imagine the building was constructed in the late 19th century because it was finished in 1892. Take the elevator to the central gallery, which is 85 meters tall, for views of the city. The tourist information office and a restaurant offering traditional Bavarian dishes are both situated behind the Rathaus.