Although known internationally for Oktoberfest, there’s a lot more to do than just consume beer and sing Bavarian drinking songs (fun as they may be). It’s a city with large beautiful squares and a rich history. Although much of Munich was destroyed by allied bombing in WW2, it was lovingly restored by a citizen who cared so much about their hometown.
Historical architecture such as castles and churches are well worth seeing (and you’ll find a lot of these to look at around the Old Town), but Munich also has a lot of green spaces such as the Olympia Park and the Botanical Garden.
There’s an amazing cultural heritage and many hidden places. Withlocals give you the opportunity to get to know local Munich residents who can share their local knowledge with you, and give you inside stories as only a local can. You’ll find Munich locals are proud of their city and their history, and can show you a Munich that many tours guides only hint at.
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