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Monday, July 16, 2012

How to save on trips in Munich

Medieval castles, historic museums-the-art brewery and automotive companies - all of this federal state of Bavaria. Today we'll show you how, arrived in Munich, self-organize for a few excursions.

The cityAny city tour will begin at the central Marienplatz square. You see the Frauenkirche Cathedral and the Church of St. Peter, you get to a nearby grocery market is bright Viktualienmarkt. Then there is the visit to the area of ​​the Max-Joseph, in a Odeonsplats residences, go to the summer palace of Nymphenburg Bavarian rulers, or to do shopping on the main streets. If you are interested in art, be sure to visit the Old and New Pinakothek. Men clearly want to look into the Museum of BMW, which holds dozens of motorcycles and cars (from the very first vintage race cars before) this mark. When you want a break from the city, wander through the beautiful park weird Englischer Garten: good for him to walk on foot, cycling, and a small river that flows through it, not so long ago created an artificial wave surfing. The best view of the city is from the Olympic Tower - Munich TV tower, built in the Olympic Village. And in the evening we recommend to get to the restaurant-brewery Hofbrauehaus and a Bavarian drinking songs of excellent beer and eating sausages with white vaysvurst Munich. Munich city center is large enough, so if you want to save time, use the subway."Bavarian" ticketIf you decide to travel to Bavaria, is to buy a Bayern Ticket - a specific loan for which you will be able to use all kinds of public transportation, ride across federal land, and even get to the nearby Austrian villages on the commuter trains. One ticket for 29 euros from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 3:00 am the next day and 12 nights on the weekend can go to 5 people (single ticket will cost 21 euros). Be careful on high-speed train, this ticket is not valid!


Little over an hour by train you will reach the historic Nuremberg - the city of the artist Albrecht Dürer and poet Hans Sachs. Even if you've always avoided a museum party, we recommend to look into the German National Museum, who gave a whole street: you'll consistently go from house to house, and then find yourself inside the old church - all without leaving the museum, looking at all sorts of unique collections of antique manuscripts to musical instruments. And children and any adult would be interesting to look at the Toy Museum. Many believe that it is much more interesting to Munich, the exhibition richer, there is a very rare instances puppet houses where the German thoroughness recreated all the fine details. Fans of art, of course, will visit the museum of Durer, and all others must come to a strange controversial monument - dyurerovskomu hare. Before leaving, do not forget to try the fried thin Nuremberg sausages with sauerkraut!


A little less than an hour will take to get from Munich to the city of Ingolstadt, sprawling on the banks of the Danube, where there is also the ducal castle of the XIII century - the oldest in Bavaria, and the building of the first university in the land, and many ancient churches. Men interested in Ingolstadt, especially the huge factory museum Audi. And the women waiting for more entertainment: near Ingolstadt is a great outlet village.


Yet another charming Bavarian town - Passau - located east of the federal land. To reach it by train from Munich, you will need two hours. In the third century BC, the Celts found to his village a wonderful place - under the hill, which merge into one multi-colored waters of three rivers: the Danube, Inna and Uelzen. In this town is coming to rest in the silence of the city park, walk in the middle of ancient castles and monasteries, to observe the numerous river ship, sailing from Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest distant.


By train a couple of hours from the capital of Bavaria, you can reach the old Würzburg - a small town on the banks of the River Main. It is called the "capital of the Bavarian Baroque." On the streets you will see many beautiful decorated with all sorts of architectural excesses of the buildings, and the most luxurious - the bishop's residence Würzburger Residenz. As in any decent medieval town, in Würzburg is a massive fortress Marienberg, which offers the best views in town. Then the whole of Bavaria is famous for its beer, Würzburg better known for its wines, which make it back to Roman times. So coming to this place, be sure to taste the wine Würzburger Leisten and visit to the wine tasting rooms, or Byurgershpital Yuliusshpital.


Strange King Ludwig II built on the ground a few Bavarian castles, the most beautiful of which Neuschwanstein. Independent path to it is not very easy: First you need to get to Füssen (the train will take you there for two hours), then the station should transfer to the bus and get it to stop Hohenschwangau (it will take about 10 minutes). So you find yourself at the foot of the mountain, where you have to buy a ticket before you start to climb the mountain on foot (about 30 minutes) by bus or by horse cart. Note that since the beginning of April to October 7 offices work from 8 am to 5 pm and from 8 October to late March - just from 9 am to 3 days.


Approximately 20 minutes by suburban train S-Bahn from Munich you reach the village of Dachau, where the Nazi concentration camp in which over 12 years of its existence have killed more than 43 thousand people. From the train station to the memorial complex of a bus.

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