This tart and tangy fermented cabbage dish has a long and storied history and has long been a favorite part of Bavarian Cuisine and a staple part of the diet of many Müncheners. But Who Invented Sauerkraut and Where Did it Originate? Well in this article, we’ll explore the Sauerkraut Origin by looking at evidence […]
Yes, Bavarian can be considered a distinct language in its own right with West Germanic origins. Although many often classify Bavarian as a German dialect, Bavarian definitely has its own set of linguistic features and distinct cultural identity pointers that set it apart and designate it as language. As one of the most distinctive regional
Munich Airport (Franz Josef Strauss International Airport), is the second busiest airport in Germany and a major hub for both domestic and international flights in the country. It serves the City of Munich and the surrounding regions of Southern Bavaria and into the Tirrol in Northern Austria. In this article, we will explore the history,
Step into the past, present, and future of Jewish life in Bavaria at the stunning Jewish Museum Munich. This architectural marvel in the heart of the city immerses you in Jewish culture, history, and faith through exhibits and artifacts that, if you love museums, you’ll find fascinating. We love visiting museums here at Absolute Munich,
Munich, being the ancient city it is, has an abundance of captivating landmarks as you would expect, and among them stands proudly the Angel of Peace!These landmarks monuments, statues, and effigies offer countless opportunities for tourists and locals alike to discover, explore and appreciate the city’s long and sometimes turbulent history.One such landmark that stands
Welcome to Munich, the beautiful Bavarian capital that has won the hearts of many. But whether you’re here to admire the rich history, indulge in delicious beer, or bask in the stunning architecture, Munich has much to offer. And alongside the obvious aspects of the city that entices visitors from all over the world, the
This is a question the locals have been asking themselves for over a decade! Why is this makeshift shrine to Michael Jackson Memorial here? Let’s find out!
A dirndl is a traditional dress most popular in Austria and southern Germany, particularly in Bavaria.
The Bavarian State Parliament & gifted students both call the Maximilianeum home. Find out why!
There are a number of Do’s and Don’ts to be considered in Germany so we’ve produced this SHORT GUIDE to help navigate your way.