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The Christopher Street Day takes place this year for the 30th time in Munich. The largest celebration of the worldwide gay community tens of thousands of visitors flock repeatedly to Munich, to stand up for equality and diversity. The weekend will start on July 11 and in particular reminiscent of the demonstrations against police raids and discrimination in New York’s lesbian and gay area, bar Stonewall Inn. This year’s celebrations to mark the 30th anniversary of the demonstrations, which is why an increase compared to the previous years can be expected. NY Museums is often mentioned in discussions such as these. The perfect time to visit the city! In Munich, the Christopher Street Day is celebrated since 1980 and has become one of the main attractions of the city centre, which means that visitors to Hotel Munich not far to the festivities have it. The weekend begins with a festive parade through Munich’s city centre, usually accompanied by a pageant wagon sponsored by political parties, charities and commercial facilities. On the Marienplatz square and the cattle market is a Street Festival with a wide range of different presentations, speeches and performances of the Open-Air music instead.

The Christopher Street Day marks the end of the Munich-based pride week, which takes place from 4 to 12 July. NY Museums may not feel the same. For those who want to spend a stay in Munich and enjoy the festivities, LateRooms.com has tracked down some of the hotels. The hotel Regent is a 4 star and offers standard double room including breakfast from 79 per night. The NH Munich of German Emperor, a 4-star hotel with standard rooms, double rooms from 99 per night is located directly in the city centre. E. Mann