Visit Munich and the Frauenkirche by train and explore Bavaria

Munich is a cosmopolitan and modern city which still holds on to many Bavarian and German traditions. Come see for yourself with Deutsche Bahn!

Traditional Oktoberfest in Munich on the Wiesn

Munich is the largest city in the German state of Bavaria and the third largest city in Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg. It is a thriving metropolis and a major centre for art, publishing, finance, tourism and much more. Munich is also the home of the world-famous Oktoberfest. It is celebrated every year in September and attracts millions of people from all over the world. Stalls and tents pop up all over the fairgrounds – called the Wiesn – serving traditional German food and, of course, large quantities of beer. Children will be excited to explore Circus Krone, the largest circus in Europe and based in Munich, founded over 100 years ago!

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Many other sights and attractions in Munich

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Munich has many historical landmarks. The Marienplatz is the central square, dominated by the town hall with its famous Rathaus-Glockenspiel. The imposing Frauenkirche towers over the city, and there are many other churches that are worth a visit, such as the Michaelskirche in Renaissance style and the baroque Theatinerkirche. Munich is also a green city. The Englischer Garten is one of Europe's largest public parks and houses many attractions, such as the Japanese Teahouse and the Chinese Tower. Here you can wander around for hours! Munich has a comprehensive network of underground railway lines, suburban trains, trams and buses, with the main railway station, Munich Hauptbahnhof, serving as the primary transportation hub.

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