First off, I must apologize for not posting all that much recently. I’ve not been out and about quite as much due to my German classes which have consumed most of my time in the last month. I hope as spring settles into Munich and I have a bit more free time, I will be able to hunt down some more hidden travel treasures!
With that being said, I do have one little thing to suggest if you are visiting Munich (or live here) and would like a great…scratch that…AMAZING Italian meal. Please do yourself a favor and go to Il Mulino. It is located in the Maxvorstadt area of Munich and is probably the best Italian food I’ve ever had. (Although Ville Dante is still one of my favorites in town)
Munich has a lot of amazing food. You can find almost everything from every corner in the world, but the sushi selection in my opinion is not that wonderful. I have been on the hunt in this city to find a sushi bar that has great food along with a nice atmosphere, and while I found a couple that were “ok”…I never was really satified. Until now.
I recently shot some photos for a cafe/restaurant right in the city center, Daylesford Organic. It’s a wonderful place to go for breakfast, lunch, or dinner if you are in the Marienplatz area. So to continue my list of great quaint cafes in Munich, this is one to not pass up.
The English Gardens in Munich are probably one of the top things to do in this city according to every “10 things to see in Munich” list there is out there, and for good reason. It is an absolutely beautiful park with lots to see and do. With that being said, it is also one of the most crowded parks in Munich. On a sunny day it is difficult to ride your bike through the throngs of people that swarm the Southern area. While this is nice if you are into people watching and enjoy the hustle and bustle of everyone soaking up the warm weather, sometimes you might want to go where there are not sooooo many other people…and in this case, I steer you North.