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How many days in Munich are enough?

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I will be traveling to Berlin at the end of July for a conference and want to visit Munich before going to Berlin.

I have a friend I plan on visiting in Tübingen after arriving in Munich and then plan on taking the train back to Munich until I go to Berlin.

So my question is, how many days are enough to enjoy Munich. I am currently thinking 3 or 4 days, but cash/conversion rates may limit me to three.

Any recommendations one way or another? Will I get bored after 4 days?

Thanks!!

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