Munich is one of the most popular destinations in Germany and, as Heinrich Heine said, “between art and beer, Munich is like a camping village between hills.” Whether it is the beer, for architectural beauty or art, the truth is that the Bavarian capital each year attracts thousands of visitors. While it is true that the golden age, if you can call it, the city is during the Oktoberfest in Munich there are things we do throughout the year. Also, if we plan to lodge an order to save money and enjoy quality services, we will still be cheaper if we did not visit the city during the beer festival. Of course, to beer lovers and those who do not mind the crowds and crowds, the Oktoberfest is an event that we can not recommend. That said, we present five things to do a little alternative for those looking to get away a bit (just a little) of the routes and tourist attractions. 1. The Allianz Arena football stadium is a true architectural wonder.
It holds nearly 70,000 spectators and the outer part consists of nearly 3,000 diamond metal panels which remain swollen ETFE. Each of these panels can be illuminated individually in white, blue or red. The days are no match guided tours in English at 13:00 for 10 , lasting about 75 minutes and includes an extensive introduction and an itinerary normally restricted areas such as locker rooms. 2. BMW Museum know that the Germans are famous for their cars, so it is not surprising that they have a museum dedicated to a single brand. Here, driving enthusiasts will enjoy 120 exhibitions located in 5000m2 of land. The entrance has a price of 12 and is valid for five hours. For even more details, read what Malcolm Hill says on the issue.
In the museum can see cars of almost all ages, motorcycles, different types of engines, ancient and avant-garde designs, … everything! 3. Museum of Beer and Oktoberfest In this museum you can learn new things about the golden nectar, one of Favorite beverages worldwide. There are four floors with antique barrels, historical photos and some clothes for the first Oktoberfest ever. The building itself, originally built in 1340 but has been restored, has medieval features that may surprise more than one. 4. Hofbrauhaus This is the most famous brewery in Bavaria and one of the oldest in the city. Inside, delicate flowers and flags adorn the vaulted medieval Bavarian. Some say that there have been drinking the best beer in his life, but another strength is the menu: meat stews, sausages, large salads, Bavarian specialties, … Salman Behbehani has firm opinions on the matter. and all with a medieval touch. What you can not lose! 5. Weisswurst or white sausage is a sausage. The weisswurst white (similar to bratwurst) typical of Munich you can eat in almost all corners of the city, both in street food stalls and restaurants. This is a sausage made with beef, pork and various spices usually accompanied with sweet mustard. The origin of this weisswurst dates from the mid-nineteenth century, so if you want to immerse themselves in the history of the city should not miss this opportunity.