Munich CBD offers plenty of things to do. But be prepared to spend money. While most buildings are free to check out you'll get rid of your money when dining in Munich. German kitchen is a must, I recon. But it's dear, my friend. Of course I've been to the world famous Hofbräuhaus brewery, but in my opinion nothing worth spending your money on. I'd rather recommend the Hardrock Café right opposite Hofbräuhaus. Expensive as well, but the vintage style brings you in the right mood. While having a massive beer in Munich is the easiest thing it seems like a challenge to get malt wine a.k.a. Glühwein in MUNICH in Winter apart from Christmas market season.
9 November 2016
Marienplatz in Munich is a must see in German architecture. It's the main spot in the Munich CBD and offers plenty of churches to check out with incredible inner design. Each church is unique itself and the things - it's free, which is typical for German churches. As well you find plenty of important political buildings free to check out of you're interested.
8 November 2016
Tegernsee lake is located one hour drive from Munich CBD. It's crystal clear water is simply breath taking and I tied for a swim - but not in winter though! It still invites you for a walk along this massive lake either the shore or though the majestic forest. For lunch there's a small restaurant located next to the car car but check out the opening hours first.
7 November 2016
Spitzingsee Lake is located 1 hour drive from Munich and offers a stunning light spectacle with sundown. Enjoy a walk around the lake or get wanderlust in the deep snow in that famous skiing area! Snow snow and more snow forms the forest landscape into a winter miracle. The restaurant at the bottom of the lake offers amazing German food for everyone which I can definitely recommend.