Home to Oktoberfest, Munich is a popular vacation destination, and not just for the famous beer. This southern German city draws in approximately 70 million visitors each year.
Find your way to the center of Munich and stoll around Marienplatz. See the leftovers from the Bavarian monarchy at the Residence Palace of Munich, once the home of the royal family. Take a stroll through the English Garden, or visit one of the numerous art and history museums in the city. For a bit of solemn history, head to Dachau and see the site of the WWII concentration camp, ten miles north of Munich.
Maxvorstadt is your go-to neighborhood for university vibes and cultural events in the city. Head to Schwabing or Glockenbach for the streets lined with good food, cute cafes, and exciting nightlife. If you’re looking for a night of classical music, orchestras, and upscale entertainment, check out Haidhausen.
Of course, fall is the time to go to Munich to experience the biggest beer festival in the world, full of classic German brews and lederhosen-clad men at every turn, but if you’d rather avoid the crowds, book a trip between March and May.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Munich. The hottest month in Munich is May, when temperatures peak at 93 ˚F. The coolest month is January, when temperatures drop to 18 ˚F. The wettest month in Munich is July with 7.71 inches of rain, while the driest month is December with 0.82 inches of rain.
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