A stunning high class escort in Munich
Munich – a bavarian heritage: welcome to tall tankards and high-tech cars, edgy art and Lederhosen – Munich is a city where traditional and modern sit side by side like few places on earth. Munich, the capital of Bavaria, third biggest German city after Berlin and Hamburg, has a population of 1.5 million inhabitants, 3 million including the suburbs. Munich ranks among the cosmopolitan cities and is considered as center of culture, politics, science and media. It is base for numerous corporations and 5 Dax listed companies which are Allianz, BMW, Munich RE, Siemens and MTU. 2018 Mercer rated Munich at third position out of 231 cosmopolitan cities worldwide, as one of the top cities with the third best livability. According to Monocle Munich’s scoring was even sufficient for the first place. It`s popularity has a high impact on growth of population and attracts business ventures. Which effects the highest real estate prices in Germany and increasing pollution. Munich was first mentioned in a document in 1158. It became ducal dwelling in 1255, was royal residential town from 1314 to 1328 and imperial city of residence from 1328 to 1347. In 1506 Munich became the only capital of Bavaria. Many international authorities are located in Munich, just as numerous universities, several museums and theaters are. Because of a large number of historic, landmarked and protected buildings and monuments, international sport events, conventions and the world famous “Oktoberfest” Munich highly attracts international tourism.
1.Take a walk through the city and explore the combination of beloved sights, opulent Baroque churches and museums of the highest order. Marienplatz with its Altes Rathaus with Glockenspiel, Frauenkirche, St.Peter’s church, the Viktualienmarkt nearby, Lenbachhaus and Asam church within short distance are a few of the most popular attractions.
Munich’s Kunstareal is a cluster of art museums – with so many masterpieces it’s difficult to know where to begin:
Scanning a map of the city, you’ll be struck by the size of the Englischer Garten.
Created in the 18th century, the park begins on the left bank of the Isar in the north behind the Residenz and just seems to go on and on.
At 370 hectares this expanse of lawns, tree groves, pasture, waterways and a lake is one of the world’s largest urban parks, bigger than New York’s Central Park.
There are some neat little sights to take in, like a Japanese teahouse added for the Olympics in 1972 and the Chinese Tower based on Kew Gardens’ pagoda and first erected in 1790. But something you may not have expected to come across is surfing: Yes, the man-made Eisbach River has a strong current, forming a static wave that experienced boarders ride for up to a minute at a time.
Grab a Maß of beer and taste traditional Bavarian food in one of Munich’s famous beer gardens.
A lot of world famous car manufacturer have their origin in Germany: Mercedes Daimler and Porsche in Stuttgart, Audi in Ingolstadt nearby München, VW in Wolfsburg and BMW in Munich. BMW created a 16.000 qm big space, fitted in an architectural masterpiece, that displays cars and motorbikes; gives an insight in the company history and concepts in the BMW Museum next door, and invites to a taste in the Esszimmer which is honored with two Michelin Stars.
Nymphenburg Palace owes its foundation as a summer residence to the birth of the long-awaited heir to the throne, Max Emanuel, who was born in 1662 to the Bavarian Elector Ferdinand Maria and his wife, Henriette Adelaide of Savoy, after some ten years of marriage. At the 25th of August 1845 Ludwig the II, future king, was born in the palace; and kept Schloss Nymphenburg as one of his residences later on. More famous are Schloss Neuschwanstein in Füssen im Allgäu and Schloss Herrenchiemsee. Its construction was connected with exorbitant costs. Ludwig the II was inspired by Louis XIV and the Château de Versailles. After its completion he only happened to live there for ten days before his death. The Nymphenburger Park is a scenic garden of an impressive size of 229 hectar, a very popular photo stop for tourists from around the world and locals.
6. Luxury shoppers will find pleasure in these 2 departments stores: Oberpollinger and Ludwig Beck retailing men’s and women’s fashion, exotic scents, home and travel accessories.high end designer boutiques can also be found in the Maximillian Strasse and stores inside and next to the Fünf Höfe.
7. Watch a Bayern München game in the Allianz Arena
Even if you only have a passing interest in football, a visit to the home of FC Bayern has to be on the agenda. That’s not just because they’re Germany’s top team and have a special place in the nation’s culture, but they also moved into an awesome new home just over a decade ago. The 66,000-seater stadium is clad with 2,874 luminous panels, which light up with the club’s colours on match-days. The Allianz Arena’s hour-long tour is an all-access experience, guiding you in to the dressing rooms, player’s tunnel, mixed zone where post-match interviews are given and the press conference room. After that you can spend some time in the museum acquainting yourself with Bayern’s greatest players like Franz Beckenbauer, Gerd Müller and Lothar Matthäus, and reliving the club’s five Champions League/European Cup victories.
9. The landscape which surrounds Munich is literally epic. Also worth visiting are some of its lakes like Starnberger See, Chiemsee and Tegernsee. Take your stay at Tegernsee as an opportunity to escape from the overcrowded city and turn it into a blissful Spa and fine dining experience with an amazing high class model companion. If your schedule allows a weekend getaway, making a trip to the Bodensee at the border triangle of Germany, Austria and Switzerland with its neighbouring cities Lindau, Konstanz, Bregenz and St.Gallen is highly recommendable.
10. Indulge into Salzburg‘s beauty and walk on the historic path of Mozart. This lovely Austrian city can reached with a 1.5 hour car drive or train ride.
11. If you’re flying into Munich airport in December before Christmas time, you’ll notice the Christmas market between Terminal 1 and 2. To enjoy the full Christmas market experience, take a one hour train ride with ICE to Nürnberg – it hosts one of Germany’s most famous and most popular Christkindle markets. In case you’re planning an extended sojourn the Dresdener Christmas Market can be worth visiting as well.
12. Winter and summer equally offer the chance for delightful outdoor activities like skiing or hiking f.e. in neighbouring areas.
close skiing areas:
popular skiing areas:
where to take your independent luxury companion for a romantic or fancy dinner date:
Garden (French, Contemporary)
Matsuhisa (Japanese, Peruvian)
Little London (Steak & Grill)
The Spice Bazaar (Mediterranean, Oriental)
Rocca Riviera (Mediterranean)
Essence (French, European)
The Grill (Steak, Contemporary)
Mun (Korean, Japanese)
where to whisk your high end escort for frolicking evening:
Blue Spa Bar (rooftop)
where to spend an unforgettable overnight date with your luxury courtesan: