This guide of Munich in 3 daysIt has several walking and public transport routes, so you don't miss out on any important place in the city.
During the first two days you will have known the most essential places in the city such as the Odeonsplatz and Marienplatz squares, the Viktualienmarkt market, the Englischer Garten garden, the BMW Museum and the Royal and Nymphenburg palaces. On this third day, we propose to know some of the wonders that are closest to the city, such as Neuschwanstein Castle or the beautiful city of Salzburg.
Based on the experience of our visit to Salzburg during the trip to Austria and the visit to Neuschwanstein Castle during the trip to Bavaria in 4 days, we have made this guide to know The best of Munich in three days. We start!
Practical advice for traveling to Munich
This list of practical tips will help you prepare your trip to Munich:
- To get to your hotel from the international airport, you have several transport options: train, bus, taxi or book the direct transfer to the hotel.
- If you are going to use public transport several times, you will save money by buying the one-day pass, which includes transfer by train from the airport.
- To not waste much time on commuting in the Munich in 3 days We recommend the Hotel Eder, located near the main station and the historic center, 24-hour reception and great value for money.
- On Sunday many public museums are free, keep that in mind to save money.
- The best way to get to know the history of the city is to book this free tour of Munich for free! or this guided tour, both with a guide in Spanish.
- If the weather is nice, take the opportunity to buy food to go and find a place in a Biergarten, to enjoy a unique picnic.
- If you have little time or want to travel comfortably you can book the Munich tourist bus, which stops at all the places of interest.
For more recommendations you can consult this post of tips for traveling to Munich essential.
First day in Munich
He Munich in 3 days It begins with a quiet walk through our favorite city park, Englischer Garten in which the real star is not the Chinese Tower, the Japanese Tea House or the Monopteros, but an artificial wave that forms in the Eisbach River and they use Surfers to practice.
After the walk, you can head towards the center, passing through Odeonsplatz, one of the most beautiful squares in the city where we recommend you to enter the Church of the Theatine and see the Feldherrnhalle monument. Right next to the square is the beautiful Hofgarten Renaissance garden.