Sunday, 13 July 2014

Rock Your Layover: Munich

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Have a layover coming up in Munich? Wondering what you could do with your time? Here's a little inspiration.

We've gathered the following resources - tips, stories and layover ideas - to help you get the most out of your time here.

In a nutshell:
Hacker-Pschorr Oktoberfest Girl
Munich has been a centre of arts, culture and science since the early 19th century. With great architecture and sporting venues, Munich attracts numerous conferences, exhibitions, and sporting events. The home of Oktoberfest, Munich is also famous for its annual beer celebration.
Free:Top 10: Best Free Things to Do in Munich
Munich Free Walking Tour
Unique:Munich Oktoberfest Tickets and Tour
Picks:Behind-the-Scenes Paulaner Brewery and Beer Tour in Munich
Munich by Night
Castles Tour: Neuschwanstein and Linderhof or Herrenchiemsee
Shop:Ingolstadt Village Shopping Day Trip from Munich
See:Munich City Tour Card
Hop:Munich Hop On Hop Off Bus - 1 Day Pass, 2 Day Pass
Do:Munich Layover Ideas & Stuff to Do in Munich
Eat:25 Top Cheap Eats in Munich
Eating in Munich - Like a Local restaurant guide
Munich's Best Street Food and Markets
Bavarian Beer and Food Evening Tour in Munich
Airbrau - the beer garden located at Munich Airport
Tips:National Geographic - I Heart My City: Emily's Munich
10 Things to Do in Munich Now (Besides Oktoberfest)
Oktoberfest Tips
Watch:Video: Munich's Best Biergartens
Look:Pinterest: Inside Munich
Read:Munich on
To/from the airport:Munich International Airport (MUC)
Munich West Airport (FMM)
Good to know:Parque Olímpico, Múnich, Alemania 2012-04-28, DD 18 If you are in Munich during Oktoberfest, a few tips:

The closest underground station is "Theresienwiese" (U4 and U5), but is very crowded and sometimes closed. As an alternative, go to "Goetheplatz" (U3 and U6). Just follow the crowd when you get out of the station.

Tents open at 10am usually (9am on weekends).

In most beer tents the bar closes at 10:30pm, while the tent closes at 11:30pm. Drink up, before security ruthlessly clears the area.

Do not steal the 1 litre beer glasses. Bags are checked and everyone trying to steal a beer glass will be handed over to the police. Buy one if you want one.
Steer clear of any fights - the police will arrest you and, if you are crazy enough to hit and injure someone with a beer stein, you will get charged with attempted manslaughter!
Tourist info:Munich Tourist Information
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