Munich Travel Guide

When in Munich, you’ve gotta visit Marienplatz and Neues Rathans, which translates to New City Hall.

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I wanted to visit the Munchen Jurictisches Bibliothek but we needed to go with a guided tour. However, they do not have the tours everyday.

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One place you must have a meal at is Rathskeller München, which is also located at Marienplatz. Their meals are quite pricey but worth it! I fell in love with the steak!

If you’re craving for some Asian food, the go-to place is Rabiang Thai restaurant. It was a weekday when I visited, however it was so packed that I had to wait two hours! The queue was so long that it went all the way out to the main road. Yup, not kidding. According to many food websites, Rabiang Thai is one of the best Thai restaurants in town.

Lastly, we have the Vitualienmarkt. You must try gulaschsuppe which is a Hungarian soup. It is filled with beef and potatoes. One of the best soups I’ve ever tasted. In fact, it was so good that I ordered two bowls!

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Xx,

Nic

2 thoughts on “Munich Travel Guide

  1. Great article. Like it how you present everything, even for someone like me, who has made Munich his home for the last 5 years (when I am at home).
    My travels and my travel pictures are documented in my travel blog as well. I would highly appreciate it if you take some time out and review my travelogue, write down your review comments and if you like the content, follow my work. I would love to do the same as well!

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