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A safe journey to Munich, Germany - Writer:_Travel_Expert
By:Travel Expert

Munich, one of Germany’s most sophisticated cities has become over the past few years a real holiday choice due to its extravagant architecture and mysterious history. Its cosmopolitan stature will definitely create an ideal vacation for tourists worldwide, as well as its welcoming inhabitants.
To get to Munich is not so difficult. If you’re a European citizen you don’t need any type of visa or even passport, but if you’re from the US, Australia or Africa, you do require one. You also need an identity card, a little bit of knowledge about an international language and some information about their road circulation system. If you’re travelling by plane, it’s rather easy to get here since Munich is extremely urban and highly developed in airline traveling.
Unlike some other cities and countries you don’t need to get any type of vaccination to be allowed to travel to Munich. The city is absolutely safe; however, in case you have a delicate medical condition it is recommend getting the immune system vaccination.

Apart from your identification card, you might also need alternative papers like a driver’s license, a town map, a list with the emergency numbers, as well as a credit card, since it’s safer than having cash money.
In case you’re traveling by plane be careful with your luggage; anything beyond 15 kilograms is taxed when you check in. It is recommended to take only the basic items since it’s just a holiday. Before planning your trip remember to reserve your stay. It is rather complicated to find an affordable hotel when you get here, especially if you don’t know the city. Reservation will allow you to save money, as well as choose your favorite area to stay.
Getting around in Munich is rather easy. Taking a taxi is not quite recommended since it can be really expensive. Think smart and choose public transportation; getting the metro will take you to your destination faster and cheaper or you may want take the bus and enjoy the view.

When it comes to entertainment you must definitely start with its landmark. Have a sip of their most appreciated beer, Budweiser, and experience the Dutch feeling of freedom. Known as “the city of beerâ€

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