Monday, March 9, 2015


Not only is München one of the most important cities in Germany and therewith in whole Europe, but it was able to keep its unique cozy "village" feeling, despite its fast moving economical function. "Gemütlichkeit" is what describes this city best, in my opinion. If you get the chance to visit München, you will understand what I mean when you enjoy a cold beer at one of the many bars and restaurants at the Marienplatz.

When thinking of activities you can do in Germany and especially the south, surfing had probably not been your first guess. Well as you can see, in the English Garden the river forms a standing wave about 1 metre high, which is a popular river surfing spot. Experienced surfers and athletes love gliding over the water with their boards. Maybe that's something you would want to try?

Here you can see the BMW museum and the BMW tower. The automobile manufacturer originates from Munich and doesn't hold back to show it through impressing buildings which now form part of the city's landscape.

And of course there is: OKTOBERFEST
This 16-day annual festival running from late September to the first weekend in October is the world’s largest fair and a lot of fun for both tourists as well as locals. The famous beer runs down the throats like water through the Isar during that time. This is one of the things which you need to see at least once in your life.

I am proud to call this city my home!!

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