Munich Motorhome Rental Holiday
Munich the glittering capital of Bavaria is a unique city with its laid back attitude; palaces turned into universities and important government buildings and the trademark white structures with red roofs; the city is quite becoming when viewed from air or on the ground. Well known for its night life; Munich also offers a surprising number of nature related opportunities for tourist. It is conveniently located on the banks of the River Isar and so it is not surprising to see several visitors heading to establishments that offer rafting on the Isar. When visiting the city; the famous words of Heinrich Hein penned almost 150 years ago come to mind; “Munich nestles between art and beer like a village between hills” and those words are astoundingly true even today. The city not only boasts of the famed Oktoberfest and the best beer on this side of the Atlantic but also of some of the most impressive museums that show art in its most esoteric forms. The city harmoniously marries the old Bavarian traditions with the vibrancy of modernization and no visit to Germany would be complete without spending a few days in Munich before hitting the road in a campervan hire Germany. Being popular starting point for holidaymakers in Germany, there is no shortage of Munich Motohome Rental as well!
Camping sites in Munich
Camingplatz Thalkirchen: The campground is situated n the heart of Munich in one of the valleys formed by the Isar river and boasts of all the amenities that you would need to make your stay comfortable; conveniently located near a major transportation exit; the RV park is ideal if you want to explore the wonders of Munich city as well as the scenic areas near the Isar river; the city center is only 30 minutes away from the campground when you use the metro.
Campingplatz NoordWest: Situated in the northwestern area of the city of Munich; the campground is close to most of the tourist attractions in the city; yet surrounded by a surprising amount of greenery. The RV park offers services such as a recreational area, store for the purchase of fresh bread etc and washing rooms.
Places to visit:
Gothic Church of Our Lady: This is a postcard Munich Landmark with its onion shaped domes seen on the Munich skyline and visible from almost all corners of the city; the building offers one of the most panoramic views of the Bavarian Alps and the city of Munich; the church although grand is incredibly simplistic in terms of its design; the carrilon can be heard playing from inside thrice a day and the structure is only a few minutes away from the famous Hofbräuhaus beer hall.
Hofbräuhaus beer hall: The most popular drinking establishment in the city; the flow of beer in this area is second only to the Isar river; an astounding 10,000 liters of beer is served in its beer gardens, ballrooms and banquet halls each day; no wonder then that the place is routinely serenaded in several songs.
The Pinakothek der Moderne: A paradise for art lovers; the museum presents a seamless amalgamation of all things artistic from painting to sculptures and from jewelry to antiquities; the museum has them all under one roof. The Pinakothek brings together; the modern, the medieval and the contemporary; together with the Neue Pinakothek, the Alte Pinakothek and the Glyptothek; the museum offers the most impressive collection of art, architecture; Roman and Greek sculptures etc.