Famous for its Oktoberfest, the biggest beer festival in the world, Munich brews some of the world's most popular beers and is known for its passionate beer culture. However, what most people don’t know is it’s actually a popular stop for music lovers, football fans and architecture connoisseurs.
Beer drinkers come from all over the world to visit the six local breweries, which includes the Hofbräuhaus, established in the court of Duke William V, and the world famous Löwenbräu. If you’re around on a Sunday, there is a ‘one euro Sunday’ admission policy to Munich’s finest museums, and you can visit the Englischer Garten, which is bigger than New York’s central park.
The extensive U-Bahn (metro) network, and numerous buses make it easy to get around using public transport. If you’re feeling fit, Munich is a bike friendly city, and it’s easy to rent a bike.
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