Munich is a renowned historical destination in the country of Germany and is the capital of the German state of Bavaria. It is a fabulous place that one can visit in order to have an entertaining holiday in a well known place in the continent of Europe.
Old Town Area
The old town in the German city of Munich is a place that you should consider making your way to in order to get a glimpse of what life was like over here in the olden times. The houses and other buildings situated over here are more than a seven hundred years old. The old town lies on the outskirts of the city and is best reached with the help of the rental car services.
City Museum of Munich
The City Museum of Munich is one of the major attractions in the city and you can visit this place in order to understand the history of the city right from the ancient times up to the present day. The museum opens from ten in the morning and remains open until half past six in the evening. Tickets are quite reasonably priced and are affordable for one and all. Cameras cannot be taken inside by tourists.
German Theater Museum
German theater is quite rich in terms of tradition and the German Theater Museum in Munich is a place which you can visit in order to understand the history of German theater and the manner in which this form of theater has evolved over the years. Entrance is not too expensive and you can use the rental cars at the airport to take you to this destination in Munich without incurring any kind of hassle on the way.
The Jewish Museum in the city of Munich is a place that you can visit in order to get an understanding of Jewish history in the city and the sufferings that the Jews living here had to undergo during the period of the Second World War. The Jewish Museum remains open on all days of the week, even on a Sunday and you need to buy tickets in order to be able to go inside. The Jewish Museum is famous for its exhibit on Jewish music here.
The BMW Museum in the city of Munich is renowned for its collection of BMW cars right from the first model that came out in the market till the latest one. The BMW museum is very strict about letting visitors inside and those who do visit this museum have to undergo a lot of surveillance mechanisms before they are finally allow to go into the museum. Cameras need to be deposited at the entrance as do mobile phones, as both are not allowed to be used inside the museum.
Other Places to Visit in Munich
Religious Places: The Jesuit Church of St Michael
Parks and Gardens: The Englischer Garten, the Munich Zoological Gardens and the Olympia Park in Munich
Originally posted 2013-09-17 17:39:45.