I’m from San Diego, California and I absolutely LOVE Munich. It’s by far my fav city in Germany. The people are super nice and friendly :) Maxvorstadt is the trendy hip area to go out for dinner and drinks, which is right next to LMU. Definitely try käsespätzle, it’s basically Mac n cheese but 10x better. The Englischer Garten is also very nice especially during the summer to tan and have a BBQ with friends. Using the U-Bahn is SO easy to use to get around or you can take a bike :) and of course Oktoberfest was amazing, I’m not a beer person at all but their beer is so easy and yummy to drink. However, if you rent a car or take a bike tour, there are soo many beautiful lakes to go swimming, hikes, or to get something to eat at a typical Bavarian restaurant. Not even exaggerating but the Walchensee lake has turquoise water. There’s also a lift that takes you up a mountain for a scenic view with very easy hiking trails (ppl bring small dogs), there’s also a little restaurant at the top with live Bavarian music :) Honestly Munich is the best, you should definitely visit :)
the must amazing citys. I recomend stop there of you travel in Germany the sculpture and the history get you to feel another world.
Old school Germany with amazing architecture. Really great food, awesome beer halls, super friendly folks. Went on a backpacking trip and can see why so many of my friends who have visited ended up moving their. Great mix of a big city and local feel.
This city is unbelievable. While everyone thinks you have to come for beer fest, there are plenty of festivals in the area and surrounding cities all the time! Make sure to stop in the Hofbrauhaus for a liter or two!