München

On our way to Budapest, we stopped in Munich for a day and wandered around the city for a few hours. Munich is actually one of the first cities I visited when I was in middle school with my german class, but we barely spent a couple of hours there and it was a long time ago.
Though I could tell I had been there before, it felt pretty new, and just like about everywhere in Germany it was a very pleasant and nice city.
Despite the cold and clearly not enough hours of sleep, I definitely enjoyed spending some time in the city, discovering some amazing churches, enjoying some hot tea near the Rathaus and walking among fruits and vegetables on a streetmarket.
Ah Germany I already miss you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 Replies to “München”

  1. Bonjour!
    Ca me fait très plaisir de constater que je ne suis pas la seule personne sur cette planète qui continue à voyager en train! C'est tellement plus charmant que l'avion, tellement plus "vrai", on sent le voyage, quoi!
    Je me demandais, voyages-tu avec un pass interrail? Ou achètes-tu directement les billets auprès des compagnies ferroviaires? Parce que c'est le problème majeur avec les trajets internationaux, c'est toujours une galère sans nom pour comprendre où acheter les billets, connaître les horaires, avoir les meilleurs tarifs…

  2. I love the pictures! It reminds me so much when I visited München 5 years ago!!

  3. I always enjoy looking at your photographs, especially ones of cathedrals!

  4. Lovely photos, I have to visit Germany someday, so far I've visited many gas/restaurant stations there while I was on my way to other countries 😀
    and seriously, the architecture is awsome 🙂

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