Luxurious, vibrant, and full of opportunities in short these are wonderful factors to visit the German city of Munich, which is characterized by its amazing nature and its beautiful tourist attractions, which makes it one of the most visited European cities. What do you think that we tour today the amazing secrets of tourism in the capital of the state of Bavaria, you must try it this summer to get a unique pleasure when your next visit to this charming city.
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Discover the oldest open market
The Viktualienmarkt Market is the largest open market offering local products since 1807 and is a tourist attraction in the heart of the city. In the market you find almost all kinds of food, including meat, bread, sweets and juices, and it is ideal for those who want to discover the true German food style, and there is a distinct garden in the middle of the market.
A real green oasis bigger than Central Park in New York awaits you in Munich! And in it you can do a lot of activities such as renting an explored boat, going to the wooden roads, or hopping on horseback and many other things in this garden, which is visited by thousands of tourists daily.
The Isar River originates from the Alps to reach the heart of Munich and attracts residents and tourists to it, especially in the summer, where several barbecue, picnic and fishing activities are held. Visiting the river is ideal for relaxing after a day strolling the city.
Munich is an ideal city for hiking on bicycles if you like this fun sport. You can rent your own bike from dozens of places in the city, or you can participate in an organized tour around the city that extends for 3 hours and travels from the old town to the banks of the Izar River, royal gardens, etc. …
Munich’s largest lake
To swim in Munich you should head to its largest lake, Feldmochinger See, which is characterized by its clear waters and marine sports can be practiced there. Near the lake are volleyball, table tennis …
Walk on the ceiling of the Munich Olympic Stadium!
For adventure lovers, you can visit the Munich Olympic Stadium, which hosted the Olympic Games in 1972, and the adventure is that you can walk on its roof in specialized tours! The ceiling is made of acrylic and you can see the Alps if the weather is clear! A special tour is definitely worth a try.
If you want a special morning tour, head to the Starnberger lake, which is surrounded by a group of magnificent palaces. The lake offers impressive views of the Alps and the summit of Zugspitze, the highest peak in Germany. In the summer, the lake becomes excellent for marine sports and even strolling on its shores.
From the Viktualienmarkt Market
From Englischer Park
From Lake Starnberger
Viktualienmarkt Market Exhibits
Lake Feldmochinger See
A view from the Isar River
Walk the ceiling of the Munich Olympic Stadium