Munich’s city center is truly beautiful. There are many attractions, including the famous Marienplatz, which is Munich’s heart. From there, several shopping streets (either small, cheap or luxury shops) are leading to, for instance, the Karlsplatz, the Sendlinger gate or to the “Deutsches Museum”, which is the world’s largest museum of science and technology. And, believe me, even if you do not like science, going there is so much fun, since you can see live experiments. Worth visiting is also the “Hofbräuhaus”, a huge beer hall, where you should definitely enjoy a beer at some point. Other than that, you will also find the “Viktualienmarkt”, a daily food market, where you can buy vegetables, meat and gourmet, while bargaining for the price. However, this area has the highest rental prices, meaning that it could strain your budget too much.