Munich Flights GuideMunich, Germany, is known best for its intricate and historical architecture as well as beer and associated festivals. As the home of Oktoberfest, Munich hosts the largest folk fair in the world attracting 6 million visitors during this time every year. The festival lasts for 16 days and a stadium is rented out for vendors to sell food and beverages while participants can enjoy amusement rides and great company.
Munich has bus and subway operations throughout the city. The next large city near Munich is Augsburg, which is 56km away and can be reached by car or by train, however the train trip will cut off 30 minutes from your trip.
Munich experiences four relatively mild, yet distinct seasons. Summers remain comfortably warm while winters do not drop lower than -1?. Depending on the purpose of your travel, there are many suitable times to visit Munich. If Oktoberfest is an event that you would enjoy experiencing, make the trip in October, but expect costs to be higher and the city to be more crowded. Otherwise, the summer is a lovely time to visit this city.
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