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With family still living in Bavaria, Michelle Bolin of CI Travel in Virginia Beach, VA, has sent hundreds of clients to Munich. For lodging, Bolin recommends the Munich Marriott Hotel, a little north of the city center. “It has a very modern and sophisticated look to it, and the service here is fantastic,” she says. “There are many hotel amenities, including a sauna and solarium.

The Deutsches Theater Munich, a historic hotel adjacent to Schwanthalerstrasse, is another good choice. “This is a nice property for a traveler that wants more of a classic European style hotel,” says Bolin.

Right by the Marienplatz (Munich’s central square), the Hotel Torbrau is considered the oldest hotel in the city’s historic center. “The Hotel Torbrau is absolutely gorgeous,” notes Bolin. “It has a classic, timeless feel to it, with lots of polished wood and marble.”

For dining in the Marienplatz area, Bolin recommends an impressive restaurant called the Ratskeller. “It is right under the Glockenspeil, and is well known for its gothic vaulted ceilings. They have an outstanding wine selection, very tasty soups, sausages and other German-style meal choices.”

Bolin adds, “My clients enjoy checking out the fresh fruit, bread, meats and cheeses at marketplaces like the Viktualienmarkt. It even has a Biergarten in the center! For some authentic German culture, visitors should head to the Hofbräuhaus where they’ll enjoy Bavarian style music, a folklore show and dinner all in one place. Taking a day trip to see Neuschwanstein castle is always a popular activity. It’s only about 80 miles away so it’s a great choice for a side trip.”


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