What to do in Munich - DrupalCon Europe 2012
There's more to DrupalCon than just the conference. Munich is a city rich with history and has a vibrant present. Here is just a sample of some of things to…
Viktualienmarkt - Over the years, the market has evolved from a farmers' market to a popular market for fresh food and delicatessen. During the following hours, all stalls and shops are open. Some open earlier, some close later - depending on the individual shop: Monday to Friday 10am - 6pm Saturday 10am - 3pm. Read more at: http://www.muenchen.de/int/en/shopping/markets/viktualienmarkt.html
Viktualienmarkt, München Over the years, the market has evolved from a farmers' market to a popular market for fresh food and delicatessen. It offers exotic ingredients, and is renowned for its diversity and size: 140 stalls and shops offering flowers and plants, fruits and vegetables, venison and fowl, eggs, butter, honey, fish, meat, sausages, herbs, spices, delicatessens, wine and tea. http://www.muenchen.de/int/en/shopping/markets/viktualienmarkt.html
Bavaria Filmstadt - o you want to be on a real film set where famous movies have been shot? Do you want to know what amazing tricks movie and TV actors have up their sleeve? The Bavaria Film Studios makes it possible: Your personal tour guide will explain to you in detail how the big movie classics and TV series are produced.
Leopoldstrasse "Like all grand boulevards, Leopoldstrasse is a catwalk for the masses, a wide and shady promenade in full view of passing traffic and perfect for showing off the goods - a new car, a new woman, a new outfit - especially on warm summer evenings. The tallest eye-catcher along here, though, is Jonathan Borofsky's Walking Man, a white 17m-high alien captured in mid-stride." http://www.lonelyplanet.com/germany/munich/sights/cafe/leopoldstrasse