Munich is one of the most sought-after destinations in Germany and, as said Heinrich Heine, between art and beer, Munich is as a village encamped between hills. Whether for beer, by the architectural beauty or art, the truth is that the Bavarian capital attracts every year thousands and thousands of visitors. Although it is true that the era of splendour, if it can be called so, city is during Oktoberfest, Munich there are things to do throughout the year. In addition, if we intend to stay in a hostel Munich in order to save money and enjoy quality services, we will get yet cheaper if not the city we visited during the Beer Festival. That Yes, for beer lovers and for those who do not import them the crowds and crowds, the Oktoberfest is an event that we can not recommend. That said, here are 5 things to do somewhat alternative for those who want to move away a little (just a little) of itineraries and the most touristic places of interest.

1 Allianz Arena Stadium Football is a real architectural marvel. It has a capacity for nearly 70,000 spectators and the outer part consists of almost 3,000 rhombic metallic panels of ETFE which remain swollen. Each of these panels may be illuminated individually colored white, blue or red. The days that there are no party make guided tours in English at 13: 00 of 10; they last about 75 minutes and include a comprehensive introduction and a route through areas normally restricted, such as locker rooms. 2. BMW Museum know that the Germans are famous for their cars, so it is no surprise that they have a museum dedicated to a single brand. Here, the lovers of the steering wheel can enjoy 120 exhibitions located in 5,000 m 2 of surface.

The entrance is priced at 12 and lasts for 5 hours. Cars of virtually all ages, bikes, different types of motors, antique and avant-garde designs, can be seen in the Museum throughout! 3 Museum of beer and Oktoberfest in this museum you can learn new things about nectar Golden, one of the favorite drinks in the world. It’s four floors with antique barrels, historical photos and some clothes of the first Oktoberfest of history. The building, originally built in 1340 but that it has been restored, it has medieval characteristics that may surprise more than one. 4 Hofbrauhaus this is the most famous brewery in Bavaria and one of the oldest in the city. In the interior, delicate flowers and Bavarian flags adorn the medieval vaults. Some say that there they have drunk the best beer in your life, but another of the strong points is the menu: stewed meat, sausages, large salads, Bavarian specialities, and all with a medieval touch. Can not miss it! 5 Weisswurst or sausage white the weisswurst is a white sausage (similar to the bratwurst) typical of Munich may be eaten in practically every corner of the city, both in food stalls and restaurants. It is a sausage made with beef, pork and various spices that often accompany with sweet mustard. This weisswurst originated in the mid-nineteenth century, so those who want to immerse themselves in the city’s history should not miss this opportunity.