The homeland of BMW and Siemens is the largest city of the Bavaria State of Germany. It is also the beer capital of Europe, with its historic beer cellars, beer gardens and the cheerful Oktoberfest, where visitors gather for an unforgettable feast under giant tents set up by traditional breweries on a huge fairground. The Bavarian capital would easily rival many European capitals in grandeur and beauty, thanks to its rich historical sites and strong cultural flavour. At global surveys, Munich is frequently selected as one of the most liveable cities on earth. And this should come as no surprise, as the city is not only very organized and seemingly flawless, but also sits at the doorstep of the countryside with great natural beauty. The Romantic Road winds down from Würzburg to Füssen, offering some of Germany’s best preserved towns like Rothenburg and medieval chateaus like the 19th century Neuschwanstein Castle and it can easily be accessed from Munich.

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