Munich and the Foothills of the Alps

Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide | In Munich, where locals specialize in good living, we visit boisterous markets and go-for-Baroque palaces, while office …

48 thoughts on “Munich and the Foothills of the Alps

  1. Henry Irigoyen says:

    i think germany is such a beautiful country, i was there whille in the U.S ARMY, stationed in AUGSBURG, Visited MUNICH , and went to tour a castle but don,t remember the name. their small villages are so quaint and very clean, beautiful mountains, this was in 1952

  2. persimmon ju says:

    Because of your excellent presentations, I have been able to travel around the world without setting my feet out of my country. Thank you very much.

  3. Mauser says:

    This show is 18 years old. Things have dramatically changed since then, mainly the demography with influxes of immigration.

  4. pyrotechnick says:

    I want to go to Bavaria so bad
    but at the same time watching these videos during the corona virus epidemic makes them feel like they from another lifetime
    All those crowds of people lol

  5. studio developers2 says:

    Do not visit los angeles theres a crime here called gangs stalking. Search gang stalking manual official. A gang crime group run by the police trying to extort locals .
    It has been exposed to world. and hundreds of participators arrested.

  6. pikiwiki says:

    Rick Steves does it again! Quality narration nuanced to suit the topic with interesting insights presented in plain speech. Masterful.

  7. rafiele romero says:

    dear ricksteves im from the phillpines.. i been watching your video i really love scotland and germany my dream to go those place… but im no rich person.. see those place.. my dreams.. thanks…

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