Munich

Resting on the banks of the River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps, Munich is the 3rd largest city in Germany.

Lederhosens, beer, Münchner (white sausage) and pretzels might be what first springs to mind when you think of Munich, and thats ok, since Oktoberfest celebrates all of this and more, but look a little deeper and there’s a world of intrigue waiting to be discovered.

Its historical town with its winding narrow streets, boutique cafe’s and trendy bars offers a glance into the past while retaining all the necessary modern day luxuries we’ve come to expect.

With temperatures ranging from a barmy 25°C in the summer down to a chilly zub-zero in the winter months, this city suffers from heavy showers and thunderstorms as its humid continental climate collides with its oceanic climate, particularly during the summer.

Served by Franz Josef Strauss International Airport (MUC), and withits main railway station (München Hauptbahnhof), Munich is incredibly accessible and a great place to vista.

With so much to do and see from the world renowned Oktoberfest to The Viktualienmarkt, its Christmas Markets to its museums and galleries plus restaurants, nightlife, art and culture, there’s really no excuse not to get your next trip booked up now.

Munich climate ℃