Arrival at Munich <ul><li>We arrive at Munich at 3 pm. </li></ul><ul><li>The airport Fran Josef Strauss is ubicated aproximately at 40 km from Munich. We take a urban train (S bahn). </li></ul><ul><li>We take a round-trip ticket. The journey last about 40 minutes. The name of the central station of Munich is Hauptbahnhof . Hauptbahnhof is only 15 minutes walk from Marienplatz, so we won’t take a bus. We arrive at this place at 4 pm aproximatelly. </li></ul><ul><li>We stop to eat some sandwiches and start to see the town! </li></ul>Day 1 Round-trip ticket: 13€ Single ticket: 7.40€
Visiting Munich <ul><li>Marienplatz is a famous place where there are a stattue of the Virgin Maria on a tower called Mariensäule situated in its centre. </li></ul><ul><li>We visit too one of the most outstanding sites, which is ubicated in the norh of Marienplatz and is the new town hall ( Neues Rathaus ), dating from the nineteenth century. It has a tower 85 meters high which houses the famous Glockenspiel, which has 43 bells, accompanied by mechanical marionettes that recreate historical scenes of the city of Munich and visitors can climb through the elevator . </li></ul>Day 1 See this historical places: 0€
<ul><li>Enjoying Suppose we finish at 8.30 pm. It’s time to taste Munich! For this, we’re going to the brewery Hofbräuhaus. This is an emblematic site situated at 400m ( 5 minutes walking) from Marienplatz . The Hofbrauhaus is the symbol of festive and cultural environment in Munich. It was founded in 1589 and has a long history behind it. It was a meeting place of Hitler, when he wasn’t still the Fuhrer who terrorized the world. </li></ul><ul><li>Enjoying this place is like living a little Oktoberfest. A local full of big, long, wooden tables and benches, with people wearing typical costumes of the area and large jars of different marks of beers served there. Delicacies suck as sausages, roasts, pork knuckles, purees, etc. are served too. </li></ul>Visiting Munich Day 1 Menu site web: http://www.hofbraeuhaus.de/de/00/speisekarte_standard_en.pdf 1 liter of beer: 7.30€. Any home plate: less than 10€
<ul><li>Tired and a little drunk, we are going to the hostel. We have chosen this, located X. </li></ul><ul><li>The next day will be hard and amazing, so we have to take a rest. </li></ul>Sleeping in Munich Day 1 Menu site web: http://www.hofbraeuhaus.de/de/00/speisekarte_standard_en.pdf 1 liter of beer: 7.30€ Any home plate: less than 10€
<ul><li>As the trains at Füssen leave from early in the morning, we woke up at 5.30 am and go to the station. Approximately 2 hours later, we arrive at Füssen. We go to the supermarket to buy something for breakfast and we buy the tickets to Neuschwanstein . The tickets are properly numbered and with the hour at that we had to get written (Germans are so). Born (in 1866) as a romantic fantasy, a composition of towers and walls that sought harmony with the mountains and lakes, this castle is situated at 4.7 km for Füssen. Is possible go there in bus (3€ go and back), in horse carts (more expensive) or walking (approximately 1h, but I think the landscape’s really worthwhile.. And there aren’t olive trees! ). </li></ul>Füssen and Neuschwanstein’s Castle Day 2 Breakfast (x4): 10€ Ticket Neuschwanstein: 12€ For people under 17(inclusive): free TOTAL (x4:2free): 24€
<ul><li>While we wait to enter, we can go to the bridge Marienbrücke, (only 5 minutes walking) where you can get the best views of the castle, the Alps and a river with a small waterfall that runs under the bridge. Simply amazing! </li></ul><ul><li>The tour lasts about 45 minutes. Suppose we left the castle at 12.30h, then we go back to Füssen, have our lunch and see this little village. At 4 pm we take again the train (free because the billets is for all the day!)to return to Munich. </li></ul>Füssen Day 2 Lunch (x4): XXX€
<ul><li>We arrive at Munich at 6 pm approximately, so we have time to see Maximilianstraße , which is one of the city's four royal avenues. Its western portion is known for its galleries, designer shops, luxury boutiques, jewellery stores, and one of Munich's foremost five-star hotels, the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten . After that, we can see, smell and taste the night of Munich before return to the hostel. </li></ul>Munich Day 2 Lunch (x4): XXX€ Drinks&Dinner (x4): XXX€
<ul><li>The 3th day we are going early in the morning to Dachau concentration camp. This is one of the most representative concentration camp after Auschwitz. It now houses a museum and a memorial to Holocaust victims. We have to return before to 13h, for example. This way, we can see other monuments. </li></ul>Duchau Day 3 http://www.citytourcard.com/english/munich-citytourcard/mnchenstart.html City Tour Card - up to 5 persons (inner area 1 day): 16,90 € Ticket to Dachau: Free Audioguide: 2€ Something to breakfast (x4): 10€
<ul><li>When we arrive at Munich again, we buy something to make some sandwiches and, later, we go to Siegestor , the famous Arch of Victory inspired by the Roman Constantine’s Arch. Some photos here and there.. And let’s go to “ Cathedral of Our Lady in Munich” (a good traducción. Ouhh yeaahh!) </li></ul>Munich: Siegestor Day 3
<ul><li>To finish the day sightseeing, we go to the cathedral Frauenkirche . One of the curiosities that have this church is that its tower (as well as the tower of New Town Hall) dominate the top of the city, that is, its towers can be seen from all directions, thanks to an order prohibiting any further building 100 meters. The best: the south tower of the cathedral can be visited offering a panoramic view of the city and the Alps. </li></ul>Munich: La Frauenkirche Day 3
<ul><li>We take this day to see the Englischer Garten and relax. </li></ul>Englischer Garten & go back Day 4
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