06 October 2022
What to see in Munich: advice from the Iberia crew
Destination: Munich, by Cristina Martín, purser on narrow body aircrafts
Cristina Martín Sánchez has been a chief purser on the narrow-body aircraft that fly domestic and European routes since 2019, although she began working at Iberia in 2016. Munich in Germany is one of her favourite destinations. Here are the tips not to be missed for visiting Munich at its best.
The best views in Munich
Gaze out from Fernsehturm (Munich’s TV tower) and from Alter Peter (St Peter’s Church), the city’s oldest building, which is located very close to Marienplatz City Hall Square.
A stroll in Munich
Walk or take a bike ride in Englischer Garten (English Garden). It’s home to Chinesischer Turm, the famous Chinese tower, and to Eisbachwelle, the artificial wave that brings together surfers from across the world. I also recommend the gardens of Nymphenburg Palace and Olympiapark, the park built for the 1972 Games. Another very pleasant option is a stroll through the centre from Odeonsplatz once the entrance to Munich – to the Viktualienmarkt beer garden.
A museum to visit in Munich
Pinakothek der Moderne, in the centre, is the most spectacular museum. The city’s most important museums cost €1 on Sundays. The Dachau concentration camp and its museum, 30 minutes from the city, are very interesting.
Shopping in Munich
Kaufinger Street has the most shops, and they’re of all types.
If you go in Munich with family
Visit the BMW Car Museum, the Deutsches Museum (the world’s largest museum of science and technology), and the Therme Erding thermal springs.
Don't miss in Munich
The beer party Oktoberfest, and the Tollwood Festival in summer and winter – an alternative festival with organic food stands and live music in Munich.
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