we all know the world has come to standstill due to this COVID-19 pandemic. This virus has already affected the 2.3 crore population of the earth. Even though some countries have controlled the spread of it, some are still in great danger.
Most of the European countries have reopened their borders for travelers with some rules.
Germany has only 2.3 lakhs cases out of which 80% has already recovered.
After spending 4 months in India, I was finally able to book my tickets to Rome. as there were no direct flights I took mine through Munich (Lufthansa airlines). My Flixbus to Rome was in the night and had almost 15 hr in Munich which of course I wanted to use as much as possible.
I heard it somewhere that best was to see Munich is by renting a bike. it will help you explore faster and will be able to cover more area, but me being lazy I chose to use the metro instead.
(day ticket -euro 8.90).
Munich, considered as one of the best city of Germany packed with history and culture yet has a modern force to it.
Marienplatz or Merry square is the city center. The town hall is only a hundred year old still dominates the square.