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1. Rhine Valley: A Fun, Authentic and Beautiful Place for a School Trip
December 12, 2017

There is no better way to develop German language skills and build pupil confidence than real life experience “in the field” – but where is the best place to take your group for a valuable and fun trip? Whilst many teachers take their students to popular destinations like Berlin and Munich (both of which are fantastic), here at The School Travel Company we believe that the picturesque Rhine Valley is actually the best choice. This fairytale-esque region of Germany is steeped in tradition. Little English is spoken here, making it a superb place for German language students to immerse them... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Find the Best Coach Charter Service in Munich and Bavaria
November 04, 2017

Irro-Reisen is one of the reputable Bavarian providers of coach charter services in Munich as well as the entire Bavaria. The purpose of this company is to show the most remarkable places of interest of native shore to the guests of the country, offering the highest level of comfort during the bus tours. There’s no doubt that Munich is considered to be one of the most stunning cities of Germany, being the heart of Bavaria. This city amazes by its exceptional historical and cultural heritage. it attracts millions of tourist coming from all over the world to see the magnificent sights of Muni... (read more)

Author: John Doe

3. This restaurant invites you in by displaying its kitchen!
October 28, 2017

Concrete brings us a brand new Japanese watering hole and dining experience at Izakaya in Hotel Roomers, Munich. Hotel Roomers in Munich stands out for its Japanese restaurant, Izakaya in an incredibly unique way. The restaurant announces its presence via its show kitchen visible through the glass facade of the porte-cochere. This kitchen block continues inside the lobby as a jewellery case covered in gold mirror – also the restaurant’s main entrance! Black and gold dominate the colour palette here with a contrasting feature of light wooden lamellas along the ceiling and wall. Gold ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

4. Follow Your Nose to Munich's Best "Secret" Cafés
August 21, 2017

If you enjoy travelling alone and going off the beaten track, you’ll get a kick out of these quirky cafés in Munich. Whether you just want to sit down and connect to the Wi-Fi or enjoy a freshly brewed coffee with a view of the town, these four unmissable coffee shops each give off an inspiring and exciting vibe. So why hang around the busy tourist spots when you can slip off and see the city through the cafés in Munich? Turmstüberl Turmstüberl is the definition of eccentric. Hidden inside the southern tower of the Valentin Karlstadt Museum, this café not only has an interior that m... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. A Chic City Break in Munich
August 21, 2017

Being the third largest city in Germany and having over eighty museums and several music venues, it can seem overwhelming to choose from such an abundance of cultural must dos. Follow our short guide to having a sophisticated weekend in Munich if you want to wander around its architectural beauties and dine in the city’s finest restaurants. See the Munich Residence If you’re coming to Munich for a cultural visit but aren’t looking to race from gallery to gallery, the Munich Residence should be at the top of your list. This decadent museum was the main palace of the ruling Dynasty as... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Insider Tips for Visiting Munich in Summer
July 21, 2017

A European summer break does not mean you have to make a compromise between relaxing and cultural activities. A summer break in Munich offers both the benefits of a chilled out beach holiday and the excitement of a fast paced city break, so whether you want to relax in the Rosengarten or drink beer in the Augustiner-Keller, the quaint Bavarian city has something to offer everyone. City Parks Ditch the noisy beach this summer to sit down and relax with a book or take a run through one of Munich’s zen city parks. • Olympiahügel boasts the best views of Munich and even of the Alps,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. 48 Hours in Munich: Explore the Highlights on a City Break
July 18, 2017

Germany’s third largest city easily seems as if it were made for 48-hour trips, and has plenty of exciting activities in store for weekend visitors. With its grand Gothic architecture, leafy parks and gardens, and streets that resemble illustrations of fairy-tale books, a city break in Munich is a fantastic introduction to German – and distinctly Bavarian – culture. In other words, get ready for lots of beer and bratwurst sausages! If you’re planning the perfect 48-hour city break in Munich, be sure to check out my recommended itinerary and my insider tips: Day One Your first po... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Combine Culture and Fine Dining in Munich
July 12, 2017

Travelling to Munich? Time for a chilled beer and a scrumptious Bratwurst, right? Not necessarily: although it’s true that Munich is an ideal Bavarian city for savouring German junk food, it’s also home to several high-class restaurants, many of which have won extraordinary culinary awards. If you’re in search of a life changing dining experience that combines class and culture, be sure to check out the following three restaurants during your next holiday in Munich. Guten Appetit! Fine Italian Dining at ELLA If you’re a fan of contemporary art and Italian gastronomy, why not combine ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. 3 Religious Icons of Munich
July 12, 2017

Imagine strolling along the River Isar and enjoying a breathtaking view of the Alps. Sounds tempting, right? If you’re seeking a scenic holiday, discovering Munich, the largest city in Bavaria, should be right at the top of your bucket list. However, while you may think that enjoying the city’s stunning landscape and eating Bratwurst and Strudel can only tickle your fancy for a weekend, think again: the city is also home to several architectural wonders, many of which are religious icons. On your next holiday to Munich, you’ll definitely want to leave enough time to explore these awe-ins... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. The Top Spots for Sinking Steins in Munich
June 16, 2017

It’s a universal truth that Munich is a world capital of beer: the spiritual home of the Bavarian brew and chief seat of Oktoberfest, steins are the obligatory tools of the trade in this corner of the world, making it the number one choice for a long booze trip and weekend clubbing holiday. If you’re planning an epic stag do or you’re just in desperate need of a classic lads break, then here are my suggestions of the best beer gardens and breweries you need to be slotting into your ultimate Bavarian bar crawl. Hofbräuhaus One of Germany’s most famous and oldest breweries, Hofbräuhaus... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. City by Day, Camping by Night - It's Possible in Munich!
June 16, 2017

You could be forgiven for thinking that for a great outdoors camping trip you need to head to the great outdoors. But one of the best places I know to camp at is not in fact in the middle of nowhere, but in Munich. Yes, you heard that right – Germany’s second largest city may not be your first choice, but should you choose to stay at a site such as Thalkirchen, a nature reserve 4km from the centre, you quickly realise that you really can get the best of all worlds: a countryside vibe with lakes to swim in and green spaces to run across, whilst only 15 minutes from the bustling city centr... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Three Wonderful Walks to Discover in Munich
June 15, 2017

Munich is a wonderful city bursting to the brim with beautiful Bavarian architecture, authentic street cafes and more galleries and museums than you can count. The best method of soaking up as much culture as possible is to take it all in by foot, wandering through the medieval streets at your own pace. These self-guided walks are perfect for the solo traveller who wants to stray off the beaten tourist track. Maximilianstrasse One of Munich’s most popular attractions, this incredible street can take from half an hour to several hours to meander down, as your attention is bound to be ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Three Museums in Munich the Teens Will Love
June 15, 2017

Munich is a city bursting with culture. With historic buildings, multiple theatres and opera houses and of course all of that incredible food, it’s the perfect destination for your family holiday. What really sets it apart though is its diverse and fascinating museums. Even the surliest of teenagers will not be able to resist enjoying themselves in one of these incredible interactive spaces. Museum Mensch und Natur This Museum of Man and Nature is just €3.50 and is open all days of the week except Mondays, with a special late night opening on Thursday until 8pm. It explores the histo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Making It in Munich: A Business Travel Guide
June 02, 2017

As a business travel destination, Munich offers a seamless and enjoyable experience from start to finish. Home to a number of globally-renowned corporates, financial institutions and media and publishing organisations, the city has suitably evolved to provide all the infrastructure, amenities and services that one would expect from a global business hub, while offering plenty in the way of interesting things to see and do when the laptop has been put away. Arriving in Munich Given its reputation as a business destination, Munich is very well connected, offering an excellent choice o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. A Business Traveller's Guide to Munich
May 31, 2017

Munich is a European powerhouse for business and many of the world’s biggest media, finance, manufacturing and publishing corporations have their headquarters in the city. Boasting a very high standard of living and a fantastic infrastructure, Munich is both an enjoyable and efficient city in which to do business. How to Get There Unsurprisingly given its credentials as a top business city, Munich is incredibly easy to reach from the UK. Five airlines offer about 145 direct flights weekly at convenient times throughout the day and night. Located around 39km from the city centre... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. A Guide to Munich's Most Eccentric Attractions
May 25, 2017

You hear Munich and huge steins, Oktoberfest and the Nymphenburgh Palace all spring to mind – and for good reason! But just off the beaten tourist track, Munich has a wealth of quirky highlights for those who know where to look. Umschrebung: Stairway to Nowhere, Serious Selfie Potential! After your cheap flight to Munich, airport taxi downtown and very big beer, let’s get active. For the most out-there Instagram, look no further than the top of the ‘staircase to nowhere’, the Umschreibung. Directly translated it means ‘movement without destination’, and it is a double helix, 30 foot ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. London, Paris and Munich - Home of the Champions
May 24, 2017

If you want to catch the champions of soccer in action, then head to any of these three cities – London, Paris or Munich. London is home to Chelsea F.C., Paris to Paris Saint-Germain F.C. and Munich to FC Bayern Munich. Three of these clubs are the champion clubs of their respective leagues and are counted amongst the best soccer clubs in Europe and world soccer. Chelsea F.C., London The history of Chelsea might not be as illustrious as its other English counterparts such as Manchester United or Liverpool but it has emerged as one of the most successful English clubs in the last t... (read more)

Author: Ruby Singhania

18. F50 M5
April 21, 2017

Initial noticed in the absolute most anticipated F50 M5, Munich, is placed to reach in 2018. The design would be to provide a most-wheel-drive to the potential M6 versions and also an design. This advantages the United States Snow-Belt area, that have slick reasons, hence offering higher grip and also the clients in down areas. The xDrive program that is elective is likely to be back-one-sided and also the MICHAEL dual clutch transmitting program isn't existing anymore. Enhanced to provide energy that was optimum in a greater rpm than previously. Using the feasible launch in early2018, this ... (read more)

Author: Mark Well

19. UNStudio explores ALPOLIC ™ as a new façade material
January 19, 2017

UN Studio explores the properties of a signature material by transforming it into a spatial structure; and thus discovers possibilities for innovative facade application… In 2015, UN Studio created a pavilion for Mitsubishi Plastics out of their signature material, ALPOLIC TM. At the new BAU2017, which opened on Monday, 16th January,’17, at Munich, the architects have once again emphasized the specific characteristics of the material to chisel the new Mitsubishi pavillion. Elaborating on the earlier design, where the material was used as a three-dimensional cladding pattern, the cur... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

20. Engaging in the very best internet betting group
October 24, 2016

The conjecture methods of the top team is deemed the very best soccer course in the world and even though that there can be demonstrably greater teams within Munich and Dortmund or the Spanish connections like Actual Madrid, Barcelona Madrid in the affiliation that was German. The British course that is main undoubtedly makes an unique work like a team general. It's even more energizing just crazy and erratic to look at. The top association's enthusiasts undoubtedly confidence the connections they're helping is the greatest in the world. Planning online to discover the solutions that are be... (read more)

Author: Mark Well

21. One Dead, 10 Injured in Blast Near Nuremberg, Germany: Police
July 24, 2016

BERLIN— An explosion killed at least one person and injured 10 others near the German city of Nuremberg on Sunday in what authorities said was believed to be an intentional blast. It was the fourth violent incident in Germany in as many days and came as the country was still on edge after the killing of nine people by an 18-year-old Iranian-German gunman in Munich on Friday. The blast in the town Ansbach prompted the evacuation of more than 2,000 people from a nearby music festival, authorities said. "We assume it was a deliberate explosion," a Bavarian Interior Ministry ... (read more)

22. Munich Shooter Battled Depression, Feared 'Contact with Others'
July 24, 2016

German investigators say the teenage gunman who killed nine people Friday night in the Bavarian state capital of Munich received psychiatric treatment and planned the mass shooting for more than a year. The 18-year-old identified only as David S. received inpatient treatment in 2015 for two months before getting outpatient care, said Thomas Steinkraus-Koch, a spokesman for the Munich prosecutors' office.  In addition to suffering from depression, "the suspect had fears of contact with others," Steinkraus-Koch said at a Sunday news conference.  The shooter, w... (read more)

23. Munich Shooting: What We Know So Far
July 22, 2016

At least 8 dead Several shooters, who are currently on the run Terrorism suspected Citizens urged to remain indoors, avoid squares and streets Trains, tramways and MVG buses are out of service German government has set up a crisis response unit Munich police: for info on relatives, inquiries on missing persons call: 0800 7766350 Log onto SafetyCheck on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/safetycheck/munich-germany-shooting-jul22-2016/ to let loved ones know you are safe U.S. citizens in Munich follow @TravelGov on Twitter for latest updates Follow Munich police on Twitter... (read more)

24. Raw Video: Munich Shooter
July 22, 2016

Mobile video obtained from a bystander shows one person with a gun shooting outside a McDonald's at the mall.... (read more)

25. Shooting at German Shopping Center
July 22, 2016

Multiple casualties are reported after German police confirmed that shots were fired at a large Munich shopping center and officers responded in large numbers Friday evening.... (read more)

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