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Top Tips for Traveling To Munich with a Large Group

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If you are fortunate enough to be blessed with a large group of friends that are as incredibly adventurous and awesome as you are, you need to visit Munich with them the first chance you get. Munich is a place for large parties and amazing adventures that can be experienced with the people that you love to hang out with.

However, before you decide to globe trot with a large group of friends, it is very important to make sure that you cover all the bases to assure you enjoy the trip in its entirety. The most important thing is to select traveling companions that are independent, compromising and entertaining. Also, divide responsibilities between yourselves.

Transportation, accommodation, car rentals, plane tickets; all the reservations should be divided among individuals so that they can be taken care of accordingly. Make sure the people handling reservations can handle the responsibility and cross check everything before leaving; you don’t want to reach Munich to discover that a plan was never made.

Following are the tips that you should keep in mind before planning a Munich vacation with a large group of friends:

Where to Stay In Munich?


There are several hotels and rental homes or apartments that are available in Munich. It can be quite expensive if you opt for a hotel room when you are traveling with a large group. Not only will you have to rely on a hotel that can provide rooms for everyone but your room service bill will also be monumental. The best solution is to book an apartment in Munich. They are better alternatives to Munich hotels.

How to Get Around In Munich?


Choosing a car to get around in Munich is a bad idea as it can become quite busy, especially during rush hours and sitting in traffic is not how one wants to spend their holiday . Trains can be tricky but they’re a good bet if you want to travel quickly between places. Remember to buy a map or download an app and board the correct train to avoid getting lost. However, it may be complicated to keep everyone in a cohesive group while going from one place to another. Exploring Munich on foot is the best solution if you want to experience the raw beauty and cultural aura of the city.

What to Eat In Munich?


Munich offers great variety of food and cuisines that will surely satisfy the taste buds of each and everyone in your group. The stalls at Viktualienmarkt, Weisses Brauhaus and Ratskellar are some of the best places to eat in Munich when you are traveling with a large group.

What to Do In Munich?


This is the time when your group can be divided into smaller teams. Not everyone in your group will be satisfied with the same activity. Respect the wishes of everyone and give them a chance to independently fulfill their to-do list, while you can experience the things from your bucket list as well .

There are several iconic places and activities which everyone in your group can enjoy, such as, the Oktoberfest, where you can enjoy beer, food and numerous entertaining activities. Marienplatz, a day trip to the Alps and Englischer Garten are some of the places which can fascinate everyone as well.

Traveling with a large group requires finesse and compromise. There are also varying levels of energy and hunger. Keep in mind that you can master the art of successful group dynamics by managing expectations and agendas of each and everyone in the group.


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