Mike Richardson, originally from Albert Lea Minnesota, moved to Munich for love. What he hadn’t expected was that over the next several years he would constantly live and breathe Bavarian history and culture while working as a tour guide of Bavaria’s most famous sights. Since arriving in Munich he has worked as a professional tour guide and general information guru for tourists, other tour guides, and local residents alike. When he’s not leading groups around Munich, Neuschwanstein, Augsburg or Salzburg, he can be seen traveling around Europe as often as he can.
Mike knows a lot about:
- Mobile phones and tablets
Mike's Special Recommendations for Munich
Mike says, "You can't claim to have been to Munich unless you spend at least 45 minutes at the Hofbräu Haus!"
10Best Lists by Mike Richardson
February 26, 2014
As the chic and trendy party capital of Germany, Munich is known for its expensive nights out in style. Even if you want to slum it in Munich, the prices are high to keep out those who don't fit in with the trendiness of the city. From small sweaty clubs in the Schwabing area to what is billed as the largest party area in Europe, the infamous Kult Fabrik, Munich is on the trendy side of the spectrum.
February 20, 2014
From fine dining to frugal and hearty local dining, what you eat and where you eat it are the things people tend to remember many years later. We have collected a list of places that cover all the bases and are sure to create memories that will last. Remember that at least one meal a day while on vacation should be a memorable one if you want to truly enjoy yourself and we believe these are just the right ones to make you long for another trip back.
January 2, 2014
Palaces, beer halls, and museums are a good place to start in Munich, but there are so many of each that we could fill a book. Here you can find the best of the best. You will find local tips of each place which will even more directly draw your attention to what is really special about these places and how to make them even better than what they are to the normal visitor. Just make sure to tip your tour guide.