Located on the Isar river capital of Bavaria and unquestionable economic capital of Germany. Such commercial sharks like BMW or Siemens have they seat there and it holds yearly, extremely prestige fairs attracting businessmen from all over the world. The city was located in the XII century and has a rich history, which is certified by numerous historical building located in the historic part of the city. Among others, it is definitely worth visiting Frauenkirche with the twin towers covered with characteristic copper domes and the XIV century Nymphenburg palace complex, consisting of impressive number of eight courtyards, the former Wittelsbach family residence. One of the reasons why tourists visit the city is the Oktoberfest beer fest. The fest has been held for over 200 years and nowadays combines modernity and power of tradition emphasised by the traditional waitresses clothes.
Train to Munich
To Munich you may travel from Poland changing in Berlin. Trains to Berlin run everyday, among others, from Warsaw, Poznan and Gdynia. Changing to direct train from Berlin to Munich, you have a great number of day connections to choose from. The biggest train station in Munich is the München Hauptbahnhof. The Deutsche Bahn trains call there connecting Munich with other German cities.
How to book train ticket online
The train tickets online for polish and european railway connections as well as timetables may be acquired on PolishTrains.eu
- The Old Town Hall
- Alter Hof
- The Royal Residence
- The Nymphenburg Palace