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How Much Did It Cost – Munich Budget

How Much Does It Cost To Travel Munich Budget

Munich was never on my radar as a place to stop for this trip but with all good backpacking adventures, plans always change. Instead of heading to Austria as originally planned I came here as it allowed the easiest path to my new destination in Italy and what would be the end of my trip around Europe. Quickly made plans don’t always pans out well and as such I could […]

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Getting To Florence The Hard Way

Up early and beyond thankful for not having a headache (thank you beautiful german beer) I headed for the train station to score some breakfast and stock up on supplies to keep me full on my epic 10 hour train ride to Italy. It’s always the small things you appreciate when travelling, so getting to my train seat and seeing a power outlet almost made me cheer as if I […]

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Munich In A Day

A day to see Munich? tell him he’s dreaming most would say. And they would be right, there is just too much to see and do in this town for just one day. But if you do find yourself with just a day like I did perhaps my adventure can help get you to see some of what there is on offer in Munich. Starting the day with the free […]

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A Change In The Air

If anybody has been following me for awhile you might know my original travel itinerary was to leave Prague and stop off in Vienna for a bit before turning for Zurich and onto London. Well you can forget about those plans my friends as now I’m off to Munich, you know the place of BEER!!! OK I’m not just going here for beer, its so I can get myself down […]

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Featured Photo: Glockenspiel, Munich

Just like Prague has its Astronomical Clock Munich has the Glockenspiel. Sitting high up on the New Town Hall the Glockenspiel tells two stories as its many bells, chimes and life size characters perform. The first is the marriage of Duke Wilhelm V (founder of the Hofbräuhaus) to Renata of Lorraine complete with jousting knights. The second story represents the dance that the first people to venture back into the […]

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