Munich is not just a place where they serve great beer, it’s much more than that. To be truly free to discover and explore the great Bavarian city, it’s a good idea to opt in for an RV rental in Munich. Here is a small taste of what Munich has to offer. It is populated by 1.5 million people, and is the third largest municipality in Germany. 4800 inhabitants per square meter, make Munich the most densely populated municipality in Germany. In this city there is something to do for all ages.
Of course beer gardens and the onion domes are major classics and must-see destinations and surely you can do much in this great city by exploring it by foot. But Bavaria’s unique fauna, lakes and castles leave no room for doubt. This city was made for camping. Just check out Camping München-Thalkirchen GmbH or the Pilsensee and you’ll be quickly convinced that you belong in an RV rental in Munich.
Booking an RV rental in Munich
With a rented motorhome, you can continue to travel to the Franconian capital of Nuremberg after you’re done with Munich itself. There you can admire the impressive cityscape, which combines many traditions and has some of the best sausage and Christmas markets in the country. You’ll then be able to check out many small gems close-by; a ride to the nearby old town Landsberg am Lech will show you what Germany’s sunniest city looks like.
Landsberg am Lech is located on one of the oldest and most scenic routes in Germany - the Romantic Road. Find total relaxation after the big city noise, and stay in the Bavarian Alps. Here you can enjoy the beautiful nature, and climb Germany's highest mountain - the Zugspitze. So you see, an RV rental in Munich offers many benefits outside of Munich!
Still not enough and the journey should go further?
Rarely is it easy to kill two birds with one stone. The city itself has a great environment, but an RV rental in Munich offers a great starting point to go on a European road trip. By renting a mobile home or campervan in Munich, you can’t go wrong. With some of the most affordable long term prices. You just can’t beat the deals the Southern Germans will give you.
It is also very centrally located. To the south you have Austria and Switzerland. To the west you’ll find France and Belgium and to the east you’ll find Poland and the eastern European countries. Most people however will go to the Adriatic Sea in Italy and start their Mediterranean tour there to get maximum sun.
What are the top attractions in Munich?
Munich, the Pearl of the South and the state capital of Bavaria is a truly diverse metropolis. For this reason, our RV rentals in Munich embark you on an adventure of traditional meets modern. Accordingly, Munich offers plenty of attractions. To spare you the agony of choice, we have put together 10 must-see landmarks in Munich. Here they are in no particular order.
- 1. Marienplatz
The center of the Bavarian capital is the Marienplatz. Past meets present in this beautiful square.
- 2. Frauenkirche
The landmark of the city is this Gothic cathedral and parish church "To our Lady". This was built in the 15th century and is the seat of the archbishop of Munich.
- 3. Nymphenburg Palace
The history of this castle dates back to the year 1664 Although the castle was never finished inside, it is one of the greatest landmarks of Europe.
- 4. Deutsches Museum
The German museum displays around 28,000 objects from around 50 fields of science and technology and is the largest science and technology museum in the world. Every year it attracts about 1.5 million visitors.
- 5. English Garden
Hardly any other spot in the state capital embodies so much Munich lifestyle such as the English Garden. Whether spring, summer, autumn or winter there is always something going since 1775.
- 6. Residenz
As the largest city palace in Germany, this has a lot to offer. Originally the main residence of the Bavarian royal family until its downfall at the end of the First World War. Built in 1385, it was renovated and expanded numerous times until it reached today's magnificent state. Inside the Residenz, there is a lot to discover: apartments, ballrooms and court chapels.
- 7. Pinakotheken
The Old and New Pinakothek makes the hearts of art lovers sing. So park your RV rental in Munich's most artsy district and check this place out.
- 8. Alter Peter
Who wants to see a great view over Munich should definitely visit the old Peter. The Peter church behind the Marienplatz is the oldest parish church of Munich and accommodates the the oldest bells and clocks Munich.
- 9. Olympic Park
created for the occasion of the 1972 Olympic Games, the Olympic Park is now one of the most impressive and popular stadiums and parks in Munich. The Olympic Stadium, the Olympic Hall and the Olympic tower, will provide the setting for some of the most important buildings in the Bavarian capital in the park.
- 10. Oktoberfest
Of course you’ve already heard of it. The most well-known seasonal event of all of Germany is Munich's Oktoberfest. Annually in September / October, the largest folk festival in the world attracts around six million visitors from around the world and the Theresienwiese which turns into its own little city. Dirndl, lederhosen and plenty of tradition strike the hearts of tourists like a thunderstorm. Numerous marquees lured with Bavarian delicacies, a draft measure, wind and folk music. After the long sit and sway in the tent, a walk on the Wiesn is just right. In addition to the rides, there are also numerous food and refreshment stands, and souvenir shops.
For any questions or concerns about Munich, feel free to contact your support team. They’ll help you with anything you need to know about an RV rental in Munich.
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