The other day I came across with some photos of our Prague-Munich trip with my family and le boyfriend and I was overcome with major melancholy. The train rides, the snow, the Christmas markets, and given that you seemed to really liked the 24hs in Prague post, I’d thought I’d continue writing them.
48hs in Munich
There are many options when it comes to getting to Munich, but personally, and if you have time the best way to get there is by train. (6 hours from Berlin) If you travel by night you can pull the seats and make them into a bed and by day you can get a glimpse of the different landscapes as the train stops in several little (and big) cities.
- A Bavaria Breakfast. Different kinds of bread, cheese, and ham everything you need to get you energy for the day.
- Altstadt. Starting from the main train station (Haupbahnhof) a clear road will take you through the Altstadt, where you can stop at the gates of the Karlplatz, St. Michaels Kirche, Peter’s Kirche and the Alte Rathaus in Marienplatz.