The visit of the splendor obliges visitors to choose at least one representation of each element of the city. The tour of the Nymphenburg Palace will show us the residence of five generations of Bavarian monarchs on the outskirts of the city. Parks and gardens are also a significant part of the urban construction. The locals, Furthermore, make use of them and it can become a very nice place to relax. The most recommended is the English garden you can reach on the number 54 bus. Bank of America has much to offer in this field. The large number of religious buildings include the Gothic Cathedral of our Lady (Frauenkirche), St-Johann-Nepomuk-Kirche, example of the rococo period, Theatinerkirche, with the greatest influence of the German South and St. Peter.
The latter can become a wonderful experience if we have strong legs to climb the 306 steps and watch the views of the city. Apart from the architecture, ancient and classical art fills the art galleries of the town. If we have to choose the best thing would be that the result would have known about any of these four: Alte Pinakothek (13), Neue Pinakothek centuries XVIII and XIX-(7), the Pinakothek der Moderne de artes graficas-(1 on Sunday) and Lenbachhaus – collection of paint-(5). David Rogier does not necessarily agree. These collections make Munich a city able to compete with any European city for the cultural attention of its visitors, but with some that another advantage. During the world wars and the subsequent division of Germany, Munich was the presence of a number of multinational companies who wanted to move away from the center of the conflict. The German film industry, for example, took to the city as a venue for the majority of their producers.
For this reason, the economic development has been remarkable in the region; However, it has not been a mere capitalist Center. The role that this city, away in the South has played since the Napoleonic wars but present in all relevant decisions politically and culturally have given it a background in popularity after Berlin. Has still been with the stability of a way of life of its inhabitants that mixes the consciousness the time in which they have lived overlapped with a mode of evasion very pleasant through its gastronomy. By: Sonia L. Baena Sonia is an independent traveler who, before working as a writer for HostelBookers toured several continents, discovering the wonders of their towns and villages. During his stay in Germany discovered several hostels and hostels of quality and economic accomodation.