Munich Germany Top Things To Do Viator Travel Guide


(low tempo music) – Hello, my friends and welcome to Munich. – There’s so much to explore
here like the culture, and of course the beer gardens. We have a lot to do, so
we’re gonna head out now. – Let’s go! Munich is as fun as everybody says it is. It is definitely a
livelier part of Germany. Now I’m in Marienplatz. This is the city enter,
the pulse of Munich. This is where everything happens. The beautiful architecture,
people walking around from all over the world. There’s some beer gardens near
by, so let’s go check it out. (crowd cheering) – We’re headed out into
the beer garden area. It is packed. It’s such a cool environment. There’s music going on,
it’s just this really lively, fun atmosphere. We’re eating our traditional German food. We have bratwurst, a
bunch of different kinds of sausage, tons of meat. – [Voiceover] These beers
aren’t just your normal beers. These are huge litre glasses. Munich is really interesting. On one side, it has the jolly,
Bavarian beer drinking people and on the other side,
it has a darker history. Now I’m actually in the place
where the Nazi party was born. Through my walking tour,
takes me where Hitler and all of his cronies
planned the takeover of the German government. – I just arrived at the
Dechau Concentration Camp. As I’m walking around,
I’m just thinking of all of the prisoners who came through here. It really makes me
appreciate just being able to walk around here and just be free. – You’d think that I would
be hundreds of miles away from the nearest German
city, but I’m right here in the heart of Munich in
English Park. I love it. This is a good city park. I am now in Linderhof. This is King Ludwig’s
version of Versailles. As you can see, it’s
absolutely breath taking. This place is incredible. Munich, we are in love with you. Thank you so much. – We have had such a great time. It has been amazing and we definitely don’t want to leave.

39 Replies to “Munich Germany Top Things To Do Viator Travel Guide

  1. Linderhof is not based on the Palace at Versailles.  Schloss Herrenchiemsee is based on Palias Versailles.

  2. May I ask you a question? In Munich did you see any person who was missing both arms and both legs (all four limbs)?

  3. Well captured….My experience in Munich

    One day in Munich
    http://www.clicktouring.com/2018/01/one-day-in-munich.html

  4. eh how about deutsches museum, bmw museum, Olympic park? you said you had lot to do in munich, you just had a beer and shown the places outside munich? eh, probably you better read a guidebook before pretending being one…

  5. leider ist auch munchen auch nicht das aller beste , Rassismus und stadts Gewalt wird vom stadt gegen Ausländer gemacht , eine Schande für die ganze Bayerische regirung und für den kreisverwaltungs Referat !!!!!! bayern und munchen sind eine Antichristliches stadt und land !!!!! die Korruption hat seit jahren den Gipfel erreicht in der stadt munchen , der stadt munchen hat überhaupt nichts mit Menschlichkeit zu tun , alles dreht sich nur ums Geld und Schwindel ,

  6. I do not trust this expensive city with the scary past…the people are rude and the police dangerus…sorry…

  7. What is with Bavaria and beer? I’m traveling to Munich in a couple of weeks and my religion forbids alcohol! I don’t think I will last 😢😢

  8. I came to Munich for business but had a couple extra days to play. I wish I had a month, there is simply a huge amount to explore. I think if I lived here for a year I still would not see it all.

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