Munich is definitely one of the best cities in Germany, famous for being the capital of Oktoberfest among the others, a city that lies about 30 miles north of the Bavarian Alps and that will leave you breathless thanks to the magnificience of its streets and monuments. There are a myriad of sights to enjoy here, starting with historical sightseeing such as the Schloss Nymphenburg and the Residenz, to finish with museums and sport attractions.
Munich’s streets were designed for cruising in luxurious stylish cars, taking in the priceless views from the comfort of your luxurious rental car. This is why Driverso (official website: https://www.driverso.com/en/rent-luxury-car-germany/munich) is the best choice for renting a luxury car in Munich and absorbing the scenery as it was intended.
How to Spend a Day in Munich?
Munich is a magical place where one day might not be enough to explore all of the secret treasures, but if you plan to visit this beautiful city, here is what you should include on your itinerary.
Once outside of Munich boundaries, this palace has been the summer residence of the Wittelsbach Royal House, one of the oldest German dynasty, still existing today (also one of the oldest in the whole Europe). Nowadays the palace is situated in a beautiful park in the northwestern part of the city, with its formal gardens that well worth a visit (free admission).
The majestic Residenz Palace in Munich is one of the most impressive architectural buildings in the whole Bavaria. Built during 14th century, you can spend hours to visit it, its courtyards and its gardens. More than 130 rooms beautifully decorated with Renaissance, Neoclassical and Baroque tapestries, the Residenz also houses a museum, a two-storey court chapel, an ancestral gallery, the treasure chamber (in here you can find the Bavarian crown jewels), and the Festsaalbau banquet hall.
Maximilianstrasse is one of the poshest streets in Munich, where all the city’s wealthiest families live, so probably one the best places to enjoy a ride with your luxury car. Built in 1850 by King Maximilian II of Bavaria, on Maximilianstrasse you can enjoy shopping in exclusive boutiques and jewellery shops, admire luxurious 5-star hotels or visit interesting art galleries. The area is full of restaurants and bars where you can eat or drink while enjoying the view of the beautiful neo-Gothic buildings lining the street.
The BMW Museum exhibits more than 100 models among motorbikes, sports cars and commercial vehicles. The museum itself is an artwork, thanks to its futuristic appearance, resembling a huge silver bowl with the BMW logo on it, recognisable even from a distance from the city’s tallest buildings. The museum is connected to BMW Welt, a futuristic-themed showroom displaying the latest luxury car models built by this german brand.