Travel | Munich | My Diary
I spent four days in Munich, Germany. This post is a little Diary of my explorations in the city. I travelled from Zurich with the Flixbus to ZOB Munich. My friend Anina and I arrived late, so we went straight away to our hotel.
We started the day in Munich with a typically sightseeing tour around the city. Just to get a general idea.
The next stop was the English Garden where we had seasonal Lunch. “The Seehaus” served a salat with asparagus, avocado and salmon on a butter-milk-lemon dressing. So good for a light meal! Filled up with power we went to the “Marienplatz” where a lot of the common shops like Zara, Mango and H&M are.
For dinner, we went to “the Hofbräuhaus” where you can eat typically German meals. This restaurant is a MUST.
The next day we went with my parents to Dachau to visit the Memorial of the concentration camp from the second world war. You can reach it with public transport but we went with our car. It took us around 30/40 min. The Memorial was very emotional! In my opinion it’s important to learn something about the history of a city or area. That’s why I visit also museums and art galleries. I don’t narrate more from the Memorial. We all know how unbelievable this history is… so just go there and think about the world!
The 3th day we started with a delicious breaky at “LAX Eatery”. I had pancakes with bananas and berries. So Yumm! But the other menus smelled also too good, like the avocado breads! I had also a Coconut Latte which was the best Latte I’ve ever had, honestly! Later that day explored the “Deutsches Museum” where you can find a lot of different things from gigantic ships, medical herbs to old computers. The next our we strolled around the city until we found a cute Vegan café “Wagners – Juicery & Health Food” I drunk a hay apple spritzer. Yes, hay and you could smell it, special. For dinner, we went back to Marienplatz, where we ate Dumplings.
After the breakfast, I decided to go to the “Kunsthalle München” with fixed and changing of classical and modern artworks by Western artists. I visited the exhibition of Peter Lindbergh a fashion photographer. It was very cool. I like simple black/white portraits and the exhibition was full of it. After the arty hour, I ambled to the “Viktualienmarkt” where I had a little break with roasted coffee and self-made Florentine. The market is a typical city market with lots of food, flowers and other drams. You find also beer garden a rounded from trees, really lovely. During the first week in May there is also a spring celebration like the famous Oktoberfest on the Theresienwiese. Locals recommended me to come in Spring because it’s much calmer and not that overcrowded. A lot of people war Dirndls and leather trousers too. You must make a reservation as well for the main tents. We went to a beer garden and had a family menu. HUGE!
That’s pretty it. Hope you go a little inspired from my Munich Diary. I will come back!
Thanks for reading!