• My Chameleon / Traveller. Munich

    Christmas Markets at Marienplatz. Photo by Lukas Barth

  • Travel Guide

    Munich, Germany











    • A city rich in history, culture and fairy-tale charm, Munich is not to be missed when on European vacation. In December, the capital city of Bavaria transforms into a magical winter wonderland. Christmas lights adorn the streets as snow settles onto the awe-inspiring gothic architecture.




    • STAY


      Louis Hotel

      With the famous food market ‘Viktualienmarkt’ at its doorstep, the Louis Hotel boasts superb handmade furniture in walnut, oak and natural stone, a modern Japanese restaurant and rooftop bar.


      H’Otello

      Check into an urban hotel in Munich’s vibrant Schwabing district. Puristic architecture and simple sophistication make it the perfect base to explore the city’s nightlife, shopping and eateries.


      Schloss Elmau Luxury Spa Retreat and Cultural Hideaway

      Nestled in the Bavarian Alps 90 minutes south of Munich, Schloss Elmau embodies the quintessential winter getaway. Unwind at the hotel’s 6 world class spas, dine by the fire in your choice of 8 restaurants, or be entertained by guest musicians and speakers at its impressive concert hall.

  • My Chameleon / Traveller. Munich Louis Hotel

    Interior at Louis Hotel via @ketcham



 My Chameleon / Traveller. Munich

Foyer at H’Otello



  •  My Chameleon / Traveller. Munich

    Coconut, pineapple and cilantro dessert via @tian_muenchen

    • EAT


      Tian Restaurant

      Munich's most highly-rated vegetarian eatery serves culinary delights that offer guests a "sensual adventure for the palate and spirit". While images of German cuisine conjure thoughts of meat-heavy dishes, Tian's refreshing approach to food is bound to inspire and nourish.


      Theresa

      With a touch of 1970s New York glamour, Theresa bar and grill's atmosphere makes it a popular spot for cocktails and dining alike.


      Tantris

      Aside from its 2 Michelin stars, Tantris has been listed in the world's top 50 restaurants. Chef Hans Haas is a master of simplicity and perfection, his dishes free from flourishes or distractions.


      Hofbräuhaus

      No trip to Munich is complete without a visit to this world-famous tavern. Enjoy traditional German music and the jolly atmosphere while you indulge on generous servings of beer, pretzels, pork knuckle and schnitzel.



    • VISIT


      — Christkindlmarkt Marienplatz - Nov 27-Dec 24, 2018

      The largest and most notable Christmas Market in the heart of Munich’s Altstadt (‘Old Town’) is framed by the unmistakable backdrop of the Neues Rathaus. Enjoy glühwein (hot mulled wine), Bratwurst and roasted chestnuts while wandering the stalls.


      — Kunstareal Art District

      The Brandhorst Museum houses over 100 works by Andy Warhol. While in the area, visit the Pinakothek der Moderne, Haus der Kunst and Lenbachhaus for an inspiring dose of art, history and culture.


      — Residenz München

      A historical residence and the largest city palace in Germany, The Residenz München was home to Kings, Dukes and Parliamentarians from 1508 to 1918. The lavish interior and breathtaking artworks will transport you to another time.

  •  My Chameleon / Traveller. Munich

    St Peter's Church via @passionpassport



 My Chameleon / Traveller. Munich

Residenz München by Patrick Theiner, via Munich For A Visit






 My Chameleon / Traveller. Munich

Schloss Elmau exterior, via @schlosselmau




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