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Q: What to recommend to do in Munich?

Flying to Munich Germany in 10 days, business trip. Expect to enjoy a good time as well.

1 year 27 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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The Glochinspiel ...yeah didn't spell ir right.
But it is a big clock in the middle of the square that has all these little figures moving around on the hour.
Really a must see .
You will have a ball in Germany ...
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Facts about the Glockenspiel inMunich - part of one of the world's most delightful clocks. Every day the city's central Marienplatz square is crammed with onlookers with their chins aimed skywards. They're watching one of the city's most loved oddities, the Munich Glockenspiel, or carillon.

 
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https://www.tripsavvy.com/top-attractions-and-sights-in-munich-1519877

 

 

 

Looks like a great place to visit, specially if you like museums, historical stuff, being naked in parks, surfing in rivers, concentration camps and drinking beer.

 

A quick scroll through that list makes me think I'd like to go there myself one day.

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It's a bit early for Oktoberfest but I'm sure lots of people are in training. The people are friendly. The food is great. Cakes are awesome!

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Go downtown to the very, very old "Hofbrauhaus" formehrly a brewery to the king's court, with excellent beer and food. Also, lots of old and historic buildings several hunred yers old to see. Nearby and open market with more good food to try.

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The Glochinspiel ...yeah didn't spell ir right.
But it is a big clock in the middle of the square that has all these little figures moving around on the hour.
Really a must see .
You will have a ball in Germany ...
Edit: I googled it

Facts about the Glockenspiel inMunich - part of one of the world's most delightful clocks. Every day the city's central Marienplatz square is crammed with onlookers with their chins aimed skywards. They're watching one of the city's most loved oddities, the Munich Glockenspiel, or carillon.

 
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