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I International Folklore Festival in Munich, April 2018.

We invite you to come on I International Folklore Festival in Munich, 5/8th April 2018.

Participants are ensembles from Russia, Indonesia, India, Poland, Ukraine, Greece, Turkey, Serbia, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Georgia, Romania, Slovenia, Montenegro, Italy, Sweden, Moldavia, Armenia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Hungary…

1st Day, Thursday, April 05: Munich – Germany

Upon arrival to Munich all interested groups can get to tour the capital of Bavaria: Ludwig Street with the University Center; the King’s Square; the Propylaea; the Glyptothek; the old, the new and the modern Pinakothek; the English Garden; the Munich Residence and Court Garden; the Odeon Square; the New Town Hall with the famous Cuckoo Clock; the main town square “Marienplatz”;  the Church of St. Peter; the Old Town Hall; the Cathedral Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche); Charles Square… Return to the Hotel. Overnight stay.

 

2nd Day, Friday, April 06: Munich – Neuschwanstein – Linderhof – Munich

Breakfast. After breakfast departure for an all-day optional excursion to the famous castles of Ludwig II: the magnificent castle of Neuschwanstein, erected on the cliff in the authentic style of old German knights’ castles, the inspiration to many as well as Walt Disney to create his Magic Kingdom… Many consider it to be the most beautiful castle in the world. Next to visit is the Linderhof (originally built during Maximilian II for his hunting trips, Ludwig II, in all his extravagant glory, completely redesigned it in the rococo period, adorning his chambers in gold). Return to Munich in the afternoon. Return to the hotel. Overnight stay.

 

3rd Day, Saturday, April 07: Munich

Breakfast. A beautiful day for a festival activities.

In morning hours it is possible to organized and optional tour to the Nymphenburg Palace – the residence of Bavarian rulers. The beautiful complex is on the outskirts of the city surrounded by parks, lakes and canals. The castle where Ludwig II was born is known for its exceptional collection of golden chariots belonging to the ruling family, as well as for the world-famous porcelain bearing the name of the castle.

Festival day.

Sound check. 

Perform of cultural-art societies. Receiving of certificates. Dinner.

Facultative: Mutually– friendly night.

Overnight stay.

Return to the hotel. Overnight stay.  

 

4th Day, Sunday, April 08: Munich – Salzburg

Breakfast. Departure from the hotel and travelling to Austria. Interested groups can visit Salzburg: the Mirabell Palace and Gardens; the “Mozarteum” Music University; Mozart’s house; the Salzach River; the main shopping street Getreidegasse; Mozart’s birthplace; the Old Town Hall; the Furst pastry shop; the Bishops Palace; Mozart’s monument; the magnificent Salzburg Cathedral. Leisure time.

 

I International Folklore Festival in Munich, April 2018.

Price of registration fee is
149eur

paying goes in several month payments till departure time

The arrangment price includes:
- Accommodations in 3/4 * hotels such as Hotel Acom***www.acom-hotels.de, Leonardo Hotel & Residenz München **** (https://www.leonardo-hotels.com/leonardo-hotel-residenz-muenchen ), Hotel am Schloßpark & Hotel-Gasthof Neuwirt *** (https://www.privathotels-ismaning.de/ ….for 3 nights with breakfast in 1/3 and 1/4 bedrooms ( supplement for 1/2 rooms is from 5 euro per person per night)
- Diploma and Silver Plaque
- Invitation letter
The arrangment price does not include:
- There is a possibility of an extra charge for an additional day at a price from 38 e, depending on the selected Hotel
- Optional excursions: sightseeing tour of Munich 5 €, sightseeing tour of NEUSCHWANSTEIN - LINDERHOF CASTLE – 20 € THE NYMPHENBURG PALACE IN MUNICH - 5 € (München Versailles), - All prices depends from number of persons in group - IMPORTANT NOTE: For children under 17 years of age, tickets and reservations are included in visits to the castles, and for all those above 18 years of age, these are the prices for excursions without the cost of tickets. If travelers over the age of 18 want to enter the castles, they have to pay a fee of 22 € for a pass which allows entry into all the castles on the tour.
- Insurance
- Travel expenses, parking at the hotels, vignettes, toll charges...

I International Folklore Festival in Munich, April 2018.

Additional information:

All ensembles must provide their own music, leading orchestar or music CDs. Each ensemble is obligated to set performance in duration of 10 minutes.
Applications for festival are from Jun the 10th!
NUMBER OF SEATS ARE LIMITED!

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I International Folklore Festival in Munich, April 2018.

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I International Folklore Festival in Munich, April 2018.

General info:

Munich, Bavaria’s capital, is home to centuries-old buildings and numerous museums. The city is known for its annual Oktoberfest celebration and its beer halls, including the famed Hofbräuhaus, founded in 1589. In the Altstadt (Old Town), central Marienplatz square contains landmarks such as Neo-Gothic Neues Rathaus (town hall), with a popular glockenspiel show that chimes and reenacts stories from the 16th century.

I International Folklore Festival in Munich, April 2018.

Nymphenburg Palace

The baroque palace in the west part of Munich was the summer residence of the Bavarian monarchs. Five generations of Wittelsbach rulers were involved in the construction of this stately ensemble, which houses several outstanding collections. With its lavishly decorated interior and the famous “Gallery of Beauties” commissioned by Ludwig I, the palace is one of Munich’s favorite attractions. Among the highlights are the former bedroom of King Ludwig II and the impressive banquet hall with fine ceiling frescoes by Johann Baptist Zimmermann.

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New town hall (Neues Rathaus)

The Neue Rathaus (New Town Hall) is a magnificent neo-gothic building from the turn of the century which architecturally dominates the north side of Munich’s Marienplatz.

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Viktualienmarkt

When the food market of the city had grown too large for the central square Marienplatz, King Maximilian I issued a decree in 1807 to have it moved a few metres to the south-east, to the square between Heiliggeist-Kirche and Frauenstraße. Charity buildings that had once belonged to the church were demolished to make way for the market square or “Markplatz”, which only much later came to be known as “Viktualienmarkt” or victuals market.

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I International Folklore Festival in Munich, April 2018.

I International Folklore Festival in Munich, April 2018.

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