How to Spend a Day in Munich

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How to Spend a Day in Munich

At the beginning of this month I had the opportunity to Visit a friend in Austria. She mentioned that flights would probably be cheaper if I flew into Munich, which was only a 3 hour drive from where she lives. When I saw that they were cheaper I asked if there was a chance we could spend some time in the city since I had never been. She of course agreed and so I was able to spend a day in Munich (really a night)!

Today I’m sharing things you can do during a day in Munich if you don’t have that much time there or things are closed when you arrive!


This is the city-center square! Here you will find St. Peter’s church, two town halls, and a tow museum. I think it’s good to see at least the city-center in any city I visit.

Hofbräuhaus am Platzl

A must visit! This is a three-story beer hall that dates back to the 16th century. The restaurant was so much fun and had a great vibe. They have live music, great food, and huge beers! I always heard people posting about beers as big as your head, and they were right!

How to Spend a Day in Munich

St Peter’s Church

Located in the city-center, this is the oldest church in Munich!


This church is seen as the symbol of the Bavarian capital city. The church was also bombed in 1945 and is known for its devil’s footprint. It is beautiful, so even if you don’t get to go inside the outside is worth seeing.


Munich has soooo much to do and see, including a castle that you’ve probably seen posted a million times, but if you are short on time then these are things you can do during that time! I know I will be going back to Munich again to really get to see the city better. And of course see the castle 😉


What is the shortest amount of time you’ve been in a city to visit?



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