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i will be in munich for 2 days and 3 nites, reaching on 26 November aftenr noon and...

i will be in munich for 2 days and 3 nites, reaching on 26 November aftenr noon and leaving on 29 morning can you please suggest me what all can i see in these two and half days and how can i do maximum sight seeing. what are the nearby places to visit? how far is frankfurt from Munich? is is possible to visit anotehr city near munich in one day and return in the evening
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     asked this on September 29, 2009 at 07:12 AM
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Hi, Frankfurt not worth a visit apart from 6-7 hrs roundtrip on train. Get Bayern ticket, ask at railway or check online @ bahn.de, to go to Regensburg on Danube. from Munich Central station 1.5-2 hrs.1 day there all within easy walking, medieval best preserved city, great reataurants, old bridges , bits of Roman city wall.Christmas market on main sqare. In Munich, new or old Pinakothek, Lenbach haus= gallery of German expressionist art, walk to Englischer Garten, along Isar river . 10 min walk from Haup bahnhof ( Hbf) ( Central rail st) is Goethestr, with cheap and excellent Turkish restaurants.
  • just40
     answered this on November 23, 2012 at 07:53 AM
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You can check out the beer garden were the girls carry 4 or pitchers at a time.Plus the American University,nice buildings. Trains in Germany are very much on time and one day trips are good.Cath a midnight train to Frankfurt and enjoy the day.Have fun.
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     answered this on September 11, 2012 at 03:37 PM
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I don't know if the Christmas Market will be in place when you're there. But if it is; it is well worth a visit. The Hofbrauhaus is a very good place to enjoy good German food and (I think) some of the best beer in Germany. The Marienplatz is the place to be to observe the Glockenspiel (the set of life-size figures dancing around in the clock tower) at either 10 or 11 a.m. (not sure which). The Residenz is a beautiful palace that is full of history and well worth a visit. If you don't mind a quick trip just outside of town; there's Dachau (the concentration camp) which I believe is a must see if you have time. Day trips to the German Alps are definitely worth the time. The best locations there (in order) are Neuschwanstein Castle, Berchesgarten (which includes a fascinating salt mine tour and Eagle's Nest - Hitler's Alpine Hideout), Garmisch-Partenkirchen (the location of the tallest mountain in Germany and Oberamergau (the site of the Passion Play). Hope this is helpful. No Frankfurt.
  • An anonymous user
     answered this on July 16, 2010 at 07:50 AM
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Frommers has a great two day itinerary for Munich. I suggest checking it out at http://www.frommers.com/destinations/munich/0099020790.html. Lonely Planet also offers great ideas for short trips. I suggest you stay in one place. In my opinion, it's not worth the hustle and bustle just to see another city. Think about all the sites you'll miss out on in Munich! it's much better to stay in Munich and check out maybe a suburb. Don't forget to visit our site as well for more travel ideas.
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