Munich is a great city to explore for young and old, and there are many fun things to do for children. From interactive museums, and toy stores, to parks, farmers markets, and even beer gardens! Its city center is very pedestrian-friendly, with lots of parks and pedestrian squares where cildren can run freely.
Emily Kornya, who recently moved to this wonderful city, took her friends Sonya and Lina to Marienplatz, the central square in the heart of Munich’s Old Town to run around.
A well known square as many tourists come to watch the clock’s “show” at the new town hall: a 15-minute spectacle of music and life-size figurines that enact two 16th century German folk tales. The clock chimes at 11 a.m. daily, as well as at noon and 5 p.m. during the summer. You might want to arrive at the square a little early as the crowds can get thick, especially in the summertime.
Get inspired as they are both wearing some great clothing from the new AW15 collections.