What do you think of when you think of Munich? It’s probably not high class escort models, right? More like beer, Oktoberfest, breweries and Bavarian beer halls. There is, in fact, much more to Munich than just this, however, and you can easily find a model blonde escort to show you around.
Munich’s nightlife definitely does include some beer halls and, if that’s your thing, you’ll more than happily enjoy what they have to offer, and you may be lucky enough to find some escort VIP models that feel the same. If that’s not really your scene, though, you can also find plenty of dance clubs with all the techno or house music you and an entourage of high class escort models could desire. There are lots of live music venues playing a variety of genres, not just polkas or techno. You’ll also find plenty of rock n’ roll, jazz, Latin, pop, hip-hop and more. If you’re visiting during the summer, you want to be sure to check out the many beer gardens where you’ll easily find yourself spending hours sipping on a cold beverage (beer or otherwise), surrounded by the fun and festive locals. Stay away from Schwabing, as this area is typically overrun with students and budget spenders. Choose instead to head to Prinzregentenstrasse, where P1 is the most posh address in the city, the entrance rules picky and the prices high, but worth it as you sip champagne with the best of the best either living in or visiting Munich.
You’ll find a great amount of variety in Munich when it comes to shopping. You’ll, of course, find your best designer labels, but you’ll also find quite a bit of Bavarian handicrafts – the kind of items that you send back home to your grandmother as a souvenir, or the items that you think are amazing when you’re shopping slightly intoxicated, but that lose their luster when you sober up. Think lots of items made of wood or pewter, or that are made to do something involving beer. Head to Neuhauserstrasse or Kaufingerstrasse for pedestrian-only shopping, which happens to be the only pedestrian-only shopping area in the city. You’ll find a little bit of everything in the area. If you’re a foodie, you may want to go to Viktualienmarkt, where you’ll be sure to discover plenty of different options to please your palette.
When it’s time for dinner, pay a visit to Restaurant 181, located 181 meters in the air, a perfect vantage point for looking out over the entirety of the city. Enjoy the views as you dine from a gourmet menu that changes regularly, including dishes such as roasted duck, pumpkin ravioli, panna cotta parfait and more. If heights aren’t really your thing, you can always hop on over to Daverro, located inside the Charles Hotel, a Rocco Forte property. You’ll find a wide variety of options on the menu, a mixture of Italian and Mediterranean dishes with an unmistakable gourmet flair. If, however, you’re just dying for a healthy dose of both seafood and dramatic settings, book a table at Tantris, where the dining room décor is an explosion of color, and the 8-course gourmet menu is decadent.
Some of the best hotels include the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich, where you’ll definitely want to book the Royal Ludwig Suite for ultimate luxury. Art on the ceiling, calf leather flooring, 24-hour butler service, limo service, fully stocked mini-bar and airport transfer – you won’t miss a thing! If you’re not sure you’ll need such opulence, however, try the equally luxurious but more classic Hotel Muenchen Palace, where you’ll find a presidential suite that comes complete with a Steinway piano, fireplace, sauna and oversized soaking tub.