The Munich jigsaw puzzle from Ravensburger consists of 1000 pieces and features lots of wonderful architecture from Munich’s Marienplatz. The town hall makes a prominent appearance with it’s neo-gothic appearance dating back from the 19th century.
I’ve always loved completing puzzles, something I probably inherited from my mum as she does too, but with two young children it can sometimes be challenging to squeeze in the time to do an adult jigsaw. With a family holiday planned a few weeks ago, I new this would be something we would enjoy doing in the evenings when the children had gone to bed.
I started the jigsaw one evening and it wasn’t long before my mum joined in and we managed to get the outline finished. The next day we dipped in and out of puzzle, it certainly became addictive and everytime we walked past, couldn’t resist trying to find another piece.
The following evening we became gripped with the puzzle and sat up until 2.15am finishing it! Everyone else was surprised when they came down in the morning to see that it was done, but we just couldn’t resist adding more pieces.
Jigsaw’s can be addictive and this Ravensburger Munich puzzle certainly captured our attention with the various architectural features on the buildings to look out for and the peaceful sunset in the sky above.
The Ravensburger puzzles click together so nicely making them a pleasure to do, so if you are looking for something to do in your leisure time then why not try one of these?
All reviews are my own and my family’s opinions and we received the product in order to write an honest review.