Love blossoms in Munich

Munich, with its air of polished prosperity, is undeniably a romantic destination to look out for. Beit along walk through abeautifully manicured garden, dinner at the revolving restaurant overlooking the Olympic park or a full day at that fairy-tale palace of your dreams, Munich has it all. Here is a broad list of what you might find romantic to inspire your yet-to-be-made perfect moments:

The royal castles

For a glimpse of old Bavarian royalty, there are day trips to the Royal Palace of Herrenchiemsee and Fraueninsel, where romantic boat and horse rides can be taken. Another day adventure could include a tour of Neuschwanstein Castle, which inspired Disneyland and countless other romantic notions of old Bavaria.

There are other interesting activities to do in Munich that includethe Maibaumaufstellen festival, the city’s theatres, opera, and shopping. Look no further for your romantic vacation and pack your bags for an unforgettable trip to Munich, the cultural and scenic capital of Germany.

Romantic dining options

With internationally recognisable restaurants in Munich, couples have an inordinate number of fine dining options to choose from. Enjoy the great view of the city at the restaurant located in the Olympic Tower, 181 metres above ground with a 360-degree-view of a world revolving around you.

Parks and gardens

Indulge in the beauty of Munich’s world-classgardens. Nothing says romance quite like being surrounded by shades of green and thousands of beautiful flowers. Wander in Munich’s Botanical Garden that covers over 50 acres. Wander through the arboretum with its diverse species of trees and shrubs, through the Rose Garden or spend some time taking in the water lily pool in the Ornamental Courtyard. A short walk from there are the palace gardens of Nymphenburg Palace, Munich’s most royal park. Experience ‘A walk to remember’ with your beloved through the Englischer Garden.

Romantic Road

The Romantic Road whisks you away on a journey of approximately 400km from Wurzburg to Füssen. This 60-year-old scenic route is a highlight that attracts visitors from all over the world.

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About Munich

Munich, with its air of polished prosperity, is quintessential Germany. The old and the new co-exist here with cherished traditions like Oktoberfest, the world’s largest beer festival, rubbing shoulders with designer shopping, sleek cars and high-powered industry. Indeed Munich today is the flavour of the year. The Bavarian capital on the Isarriver has strong roots in the past. Its Baroque and Rococo architecture, lush parks, museums and historic venues such as SchlossNymphenburg, the summer palace of the rulers of Bavaria, are the favoured haunts of tourists and locals alike. This gracious German city is just an hour’s drive from the snow-crusted Alps that frame it so beautifully and lend it an air of enchantment.