My Visit To #Munich #belindatravelstheglobe


I arrived in Munich last friday just after 4pm, to a warm welcome from my husband who had travelled from Kosovo (My hubby works for the United Nations) to spend the two nights with me in what I would describe as a fascinating city.

The Maritim Hotel, Munich  On first impression was rather lovely until I stepped into the reception area, I was very impressed with my surroundings.

Extremely clean and vibrant with its half-moon reception desk and equally pleasant staff.

I then proceeded to my room, well actually it was upgraded to a suite to my surprise and boy was I surprised with its large entrance which included enough cupboard space for jacket’s shoes, cloths and suitcases.

Not to mention a fridge with mini bar over the top shelving lit up to show the glasses, opposite side was the toilet.

There was a separate dining area which led to the sitting area with the flat screen TV and  tea, coffee-making facilities.

Another door then took me into the bedroom large enough to relax in and watch TV on the other flat screen Television with separate dressing table and lounging chair, included in the bedroom was dressing gowns and slippers.

Another door inside the bedroom took me into the luxurious bath/shower room with marble floors which also surrounded the bath, double sink area with large mirror.

I most definitely would recommend a stay at the Maritim which also boasts a beautiful piano bar, restaurant, conference room the list goes on.

The food was very good as the waiter came to the table to prepare the fish for the plate, which was very interesting because I now know how to easily remove the bones and plate up, presentation 10/10

If you would like to contact the Maritim Hotel for more information you can contact them here: or click the link above for their Facebook page.

While out and about:

I have visited many Cathedrals, churches, chapels around the globe but this was breathtaking for sure.

St Cajetan’s Theatine Church is a Catholic church in Munich southern Germany. Built from 1663 to 1690.

The church was built-in Italian high-Baroque style, never have I seen so much detail inside a building so beautiful. So much hard work and dedication went into this for sure and it shows.

The church has two organs: the older side organ and the newer main organ. Another organ predates both and was built-in 1686 when the church was first constructed.

I have never seen such an exquisite an organ absolutely stunning, I just wish I could have stayed for Sunday Mass but unfortunately I had to be at the airport, but I will definitely be back and attend Mass, highly recommended.

Lastly the Christmas Market, wasn’t what I had expected but was beautiful, I think had I had more time there then I would have appreciated it more as there was so much more to see and do but I had limited time.


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