Go in December to enjoy a great Weihnachtsmarkt (Xmas market), with yummy food, gluehwein, and other goodies and when you get too chilly pop in to the beautifully restored Frauenkirche (Our Lady's church), Zwinger, the Royal Palace, the Historical Green Vault the New Green Vault and my favourite - the Old Masters Picture Gallery with Raphael's Sistine Madonna.
Can you give me details about where to go in December while in Munich (apart from the Christmas Markets)?
Visit the City Hall on a tour. The technology museum is nice. Walk the old Elbe tunnel. In December there are numerous Christmas markets. Forget about Reeper Bahn. Take a normal ferry along the Elbe to the other side. Included in a travel pass for one or more days.
Parking can, when no fair, be better (and at some places free) at Deutz, crossing by foot the bridge along the railway. There are many places near the river with cheap menus advertised on boards but not a\t the menu they give you. Ask for the special one on the board and you will afterwards not be hungry. Zur Malzmühle has traditional Kölns food and beer. Walk the main shopping streets near the Dom, after having visited the Dom [cathedral] but be careful where to buy. The Römisch-Germanische...
Hi we are trying to plan a vacation for the WK of Christmas , we would like to stay in a castle and do tours and sight seeing of anything to do with the medieval time. Does anyone have any ideas? We were thinking of Germany for our first choice, but would not mind if it was England, France or Paris... Thank you
Berlin is a 3-center capital: one is the former West-Berlin center, the Zoo and Europaplatz, Kurfürstendamm, another is the former East-Berlin center, Alexanderplatz and after the re-unification was built the third, on the former border line, Potsdamer Platz. Anyway, Berlin is a typical multi-culti city, similar to NYC