Munich Tourism: Fabulous attractions in Germany


The beautiful capital of Bavaria is one of the largest cities in Germany. Munich lies on the River Isar on the edges of the Bavarian Alps. Munich is all about history, the city is full of famous and popular attractions, the reason why is one of the most popular cities in Germany. The city features numerous churches from Romanesque period, like the Cathedral of Our Lady and Michaelskirche or the largest Romanesque church in the northern area of the Alps.

Are you ready to discover the fabulous attractions in Munich? Check out this post regarding Munich Tourism and discover why this German city is perfect for enjoying a lovely getaway of for disconnect from the routine.

Munich Tourism



This German city has the perfect size for being enjoyed by foot. Most of its attractions are concentrated in a small area, so you can enjoy a pleasant stroll along its beautiful streets and discover most of the attractions. Firstly, we suggest you visit Marienplatz, the central square of Munich.

In this very place, you will see 4 of the most important attractions in the city: The New Town Hall, the Old Town Hall, the Virgin’s Column and the Fish Fountain. Furthermore, the area is quite popular for shoppers, as on the nearby areas you will find numerous shopping opportunities. All Munich Tourism focuses on this beautiful square.

The New Town Hall and the Old Town Hall

Marienplatz town hall

The imposing building of Munich’s “Neues Rathaus” dominates the beautiful square of Marien. The façade overlooking Marienplatz has a beautiful decoration with numerous decoration and figures, including famous local characters and other Bavarian historical characters. It’s advisable to visit this beautiful building, not only for its beautiful inner attractions but also to enjoy its stunning views over the city.

After visiting the beautiful New Town Hall, we suggest you visit the Old Town Hall. Built in 1480, features a beautiful Gothic design, however during the late 1500s and early 1600s some elements of Baroque and Renaissance were added. The interior of the Altes Rathaus features an incredible medieval design. A beautiful barrel-vaulted timer roof, stunning decoration and numerous decorative elements. Today, the Old Town Hall is home to the Toy Museum, so if you are travelling with kids you can spend some time in this area.

English Garden

English Garden

The Englischer Garten is a beautiful and large park in Munich. The English Garden was established in 1789, dedicated to becoming one of the best urban open spaces in the world. In fact, this beautiful green space is twice the size of 2 of the biggest parks in the world: Hyde Park in London and Central Park in New York City. In addition to its numerous pathways, English Garden features numerous attractions like the Bavarian State Archaeological Collection and the National Museum.

The Cathedral Church of Our Lady


The Frauenkirche, the cathedral of Munich is the famous landmark of Munich. Beyond its beautiful architectural style, the church is the protagonist of a very interesting story.

According to the local legend, the architect Jörg Von Halsbach needed money to build the cathedral in Munich, so to get the funds he ended up making a pact with the Devil. The Devil will provide the funds if he constructs a church with no windows to let the lights in. Jörg accepted the challenge. The construction lasted only 20 years, very little time for that era (from 1468 to 1488).

When the cathedral of Munich was finished, the devil looked out of the doorway and saw that there wasn’t any window (the window at the bottom was covered by a large altarpiece). However, he discovered that from the main entrance the columns cover all the windows of the church. When he found out he was tricked, he gets angry, so he left a footprint in the cathedral of Munich. The architect was cleverer than the devil.



During some months Munich Tourism focuses on beer. The city is famous for its Oktoberfest, however, for the rest of the months you can still visit the area and enjoy the beer garden of the Löwenbräukeller. For more than 130 years, the beer garden has been one of the most popular areas in the city.

As you can see, this German city not only offers beautiful areas and attractions but also interesting stories.


Cheap Holidays: 6 destinations that aren’t as expensive as you think.

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Most of the time, when we organise a trip, there are some destinations that we directly cross from our lists because of they are out of our budget: flight, hotels, attractions and food. On this post, we show that there are destinations that, although at first sight seems utterly expensive, they offer cheaper alternative plans.

So, what are you waiting for travelling the world? Discover some fabulous “Expensive Destinations” that features some cheaper alternative plans

Cheap Holidays

Cheap holidays in Mallorca: Party in Palma.

Who doesn’t like crystal clear waters and white sand beaches? Mallorca or the largest leisure park in Europe and opens every day, and even if you are a low-cost traveller, you can enjoy the island as a Maharaja. We propose you a friendly -and economical- plan for a day in Mallorca: in the morning you can climb Sa Gubia, then soak up the sun at Cala Mayor, at midday enjoy a delicious Paella and Sangria, and then dive in Cala Santanyí. To finish the day, we propose visiting the liveliest neighbourhood of Palma, Santa Catalina.

Economic Rome: Monuments and pasta!

The city of Rome is itself a living museum. You can enjoy fabulous artworks and unique monuments strolling along its historic cobblestone streets. Furthermore, if you go outside the Eternal City, you can enjoy delicious food at affordable prices.

Let’s go to London! Budget accommodation and good atmosphere

Six letters, thousands of scenarios, numerous of attractions: London. What else? In London, you can enjoy a vast array of activities, a million of possibilities. That’s what the capital of the United Kingdom offers.

New York: Ride a bike across the Big Apple

You’ll see them on every corner: 10,000 blue rental bikes to explore the entire metropolis for only 12 “bucks” the full day. They are a great option to ride through the exciting avenues (nothing less than Broadway you have an extensive and magnificent bike paths), get to know the vibrant Times Square and enjoy the skyline of Manhattan. Many stops on your bike route are free: there are museums, such as MoMA, which can be visited without an admission fee on certain days and hours.

Cheap holidays in Paris

If you want to travel to enjoy cheap holidays in Paris, why don’t you do it on those dates when Paris offers a large number of free attractions? The 1st Sunday of each month from October 1st to March 31st the Musee du Louvre open its doors to all its visitors for free. Furthermore, the Arc de Triomphe, Pantheon, Notre Dame and Chateau de Versailles, have free access during the first Sunday of November to March.

Also if you are an under 26 or a teacher, and if you are a citizen from any of the 28 members of the European Union you can visit the museums for free at any time. After visiting one of the most famous museums in the world, you can escape from the crowd and enjoy a picnic in the gardens of the Royal Palace, which is just around the corner.

Berlin: Enjoy the lively nightlife of the German Capital

The German capital is a truly “Democratic” tourist destination, because everybody feels welcome, regardless of the volume of their wallet. A street curry sausage (the Popular currywurst) is as valid as a caviar dish with truffles, and a beer at a kiosk can be enjoyed as much as a bottle of Dom Pérignon.

The best festivals in Europe

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With the arrival of summer not only the beach season and beach bar opens but also the festivals, which were already beginning their journey with spring, reaches its peak. In this Top, we present the best festivals in Europe so you do not miss any this summer, also follow our advice so that nothing spoils the fun.

The best festivals in Europe

Exit, Serbia

Exit, the largest music festival in Eastern Europe, is set in the magical and beautiful fortress of Petrovaradin, in Novi Sad since 2001.

Year after year, the number of fans of the festival grows; Crowds of young people from all over the country and the rest of Europe, come to enjoy the Exit Festival. In addition to a varied musical program, the festival offers unbridled fun in the cool atmosphere of the city’s strength and positive energy.

From its humble beginnings as a student initiative against the Milosevic regime, the Exit has begun to be recognised internationally, serving as a sample and definition of the new generation of young Serbs. More than a festival, it is the opportunity for young people to rise and proclaim their beliefs in a creative and positive way – and above all, enjoy the party with hundreds of people with their own convictions.

EXIT is located in the historical fortress of Petrovaradin, built high up on the banks of the Danube, offering breathtaking views of the city of Novi Sad. The ancient fortress was originally built by the Romans and rebuilt later during the Austro-Hungarian Empire to defend itself against the Turks in the seventeenth century.

Wireless Festival, UK

The Wireless Festival is a famous music festival held every year in London. During these days there are several music concerts of the most famous contemporary artists. In addition to the concerts, during the weekend they usually set up a fair and we can find numerous foods and drink stands, as well as music workshops and chill out area on the premises.

Ultra Europe, Croatia

Going to a festival is an adventure. It’s possibly one of the moments that you most expect throughout the year and therefore we hope that everything comes out perfect. Ultra Europe is one of the best electronic music Festivals in Europe. This fabulous festival made its debut in 2013, nowadays is part of a worldwide expansion and has been spread to 20 countries.

Sziget Festival, Hungary

Finally, if you love festivals, you cannot miss the opportunity to dance in the largest music festival in Europe. The northern area of Budapest, Hungary, hosts this macro party. The first event took place in 1997 and since 2006 proposes to all its assistants’ music from different genres, blues, jazz and rock.

5 Fabulous Beaches in England: Discover the best beaches of Britain.

England, Europe

Each summer, the Mediterranean coasts becomes one of the favourite destinations of many British tourists, despite there is a large number of beaches and coves on the other side of the English Channel with so much charm that would make anyone doubt if they are in England.

For this post, we have selected five enclaves of the English coast perfect to unfold the towel and plant the umbrella before the good time finishes. Join us on this journey through these fabulous Beaches in England.

5 Fabulous Beaches in England

Bantham Beach

Bantham Beach is considered the best beach in England as well as one of the best beaches in Europe. Bantham Beach features an idyllic location in the south of Devon County, its fine sand, golden dunes and tranquillity are its best claims. Furthermore, Bantham Beach is a reference for hiking enthusiasts, as this part of the coast passes the Southwest Coast Path. The Southwest Coast Path offer walks that run through national parks and world heritage sites.

Botany Bay

Just for the spectacular views of its limestone cliffs, in the county of Kent, the beach journey is already justified. If you are lucky enough to catch the low tide, you can explore it and try to find fossils and rock pools.

Tresco Beach

The turquoise waters of Tresco have nothing to envy to the best beaches in the Caribbean. It’s located on the small island of Scilly, about three hours by ferry (or half an hour by plane) from Cornwall. It’s the perfect destination for a getaway for at least a couple of days. Take your time to dive with seals, practice windsurf or rent a boat to go fishing. Certainly, this is one of the most beautiful beaches in England.

Camber Sands Beach

Camber Sands beach - panoramio (31)

This sandy beach with 11 kilometres and dune systems seems to have been abandoned to nature. Its remote landscape has made it the scene of several films the latter, The Theory of Everything. A large number of visitors come to this beach to fly kites. Please, beware of the tide; it rises so quickly that it often arrives before the bathers themselves to the towels, even if they have unfolded the towel several meters from the shore.

Cala Porthcurno

This small cove of Cornwall County is guarded by two cliffs and the Minack stone theatre, open and overlooking the coast, and where works are depicted in summer. When the tide is low you can walk and reach other coves, one of them nudist.

Here our selection with 5 Fabulous Beaches in England. Have you ever been at any of these beaches? Comment!

A visit to the capital of Denmark: Things to do in Copenhagen

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Copenhagen is trying to be the greenest city. There are organic restaurants with free beer in CO2 in their production. Shops, hotels and even hairdressers with the label of “harmless with the environment“. Copenhagen, the Danish capital, leads the way when it comes to caring for the environment and is the city that aims to become the first CO2-free capital by 2025.

At the moment it has become one of the European cities in which more people are cycling and has the record in terms of consumption of organic foods. One of the last measures is to promote the consumption of products grown nearby, since the CO2 emitted to bring, for example, a pineapple from a tropical country is something that can be avoided with the consumption of closeness.

In addition, according to a global study conducted by the World Database of Happiness Denmark is, along with Asian Bhutan, the happiest country in the world. Here are the top things to do in Copenhagen, in addition to being photographed with the famous mermaid:

Rent a bike and go for a ride

There are many points of rent, it’s likely that even in the hotel where you stay you can get one, and it is really nice to stroll through this completely flat and bike-ready capital. Even the City Council puts 2,000 bikes available to its citizens and tourists spread throughout the city.

A guided tour in Kayak

Be eco-friendly and enjoy the architectural gems and historic buildings on a kayak tour through the Christianshavn canals and the Copenhagen harbor. If you get thirsty there is no problem as many of the bars on the canal will serve you a coffee or a beer without having to leave your kayak.

The neighborhood of Christiania

Located in the centre of the city, it is basically a hippie sector outside European laws, in fact, a sign at the entrance indicates that you are leaving the EU. The place was an abandoned military camp that in 1971 was occupied by a large group of hippies; Created a “free state” in the heart of the city of Copenhagen. The experiment resulted in an alternative movement that still exists today, albeit with slight modifications: now, for example, the sale of hard drugs or camping is not allowed. 1000 people live here in their

The experiment resulted in an alternative movement that still exists today, albeit with slight modifications: now, for example, the sale of hard drugs or camping is not allowed. 1000 people live here in their colourful homes. Pay attention to the graffiti, the market, the wall paintings, the Greenland style house and the vegetarian restaurants.

Tivoli Park

Other things you cannot imagine finding in the centre of the city is an amusement park. The beautiful Tivoli Park is more than 100 years old. Here you can enjoy the well-kept gardens, attractions, restaurants, fireworks, outdoor concerts and aquatic shows of lights and colours at night. Its most novel attraction is the Himmelskibe, a carousel of 80 meters in height.

Visit Vor Frelsers Kirke

Vor Frelsers Kirke or Our Savior’s Church is a Baroque tower 90 meters high located in the neighborhood of Christianshavns. You can climb to the tip of your curious spiral dome and enjoy spectacular views of the entire city of Copenhagen.

Nørrebro and organic beer

Nørrebro is a cosmopolitan district where students, artists, and people of all nationalities flock to its attractive bars and cafés and trendy boutiques. The brewery Nørrebro Bryghus is housed in an old factory and has a restaurant with a capacity of 160 people, a bar, and an outdoor patio during the summer months. In April 2009 the first Danish beer free of CO2 emissions was brought to light

Kronborg Castle

In Helsingor, about 45 km from Copenhagen is a place known internationally as the scenario of Hamlet. The impressive Kronborg Castle is built on three islets and was no longer inhabited by the royal family since the late 1600s. No one knows if Shakespeare was in Helsingor when he decided to write Hamlet, but his decision says much of the importance of the castle at that time in which the city was a strategic maritime point.

And of course … the little mermaid

But only to realize that sometimes the most popular tourist attractions are not that amazing. The statue is small and disappoints everyone, but for some reason is among that iconic statue that symbolizes cities like the Statue of Liberty in New York and Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janerio.