Take a double-decker bus tour of Munich for a panoramic view of the city. From Olympic Park to Nymphenburg Palace, take in the city's sights from the comfort of the bus, which you can board and leave whenever you choose.
You'll never forget the Nördlinger Ries in Swabian. Take a tour of Harburg Stronghold, a medieval castle that has never been harmed by war. Rothenburg is a medieval village that has been well kept. Take a walk through it.
Take a tour of the fairytale Neuschwanstein Castle and the charming old town of Füssen, both situated in a stunning natural setting. Train or coach rides through the beautiful Bavarian countryside last for around two hours.
History buffs can learn about Adolf Hitler's life and times in Munich, where the Nazi movement began. Visit the Nazi birthplace, the sites of huge demonstrations, the sites of World War II, and much more on your tour of Munich.
A half-day journey from Munich takes you to the Dachau memorial site. Visit the museum and the buildings that are still standing to learn more about the history and operation of the former concentration camp.
Explore Munich's inner city and the city's most notable landmarks. Check out the Frauenkirche, the cathedral, and the renowned State Hofbräuhaus (Royal Brewery). Viktualienmarkt has a unique vibe, so take advantage of it.
Take advantage of a long-distance coach to visit the castles of Neuschwanstein and Linderhof without having to wait in big lineups. The lovely village of Oberammergau is a great place to learn about German history.
Tour Adolf Hitler's mountain hideaway in the Bavarian Alps just outside of Berchtesgaden. On a full-day excursion from Munich, you'll drive via picturesque Alpine roads and ride an elevator drilled through a mountain tunnel to reach Eagle's Nest.
The Viktualienmarkt in Munich is a great place to sample regional and international foods on this two-hour tour. Learn more about the people and food of the Viktualienmarkt by immersing yourself there.
Take a day excursion to Berchtesgaden and Obersalzberg. See Hitler's Eagle's Nest or the salt mines that made the area famous if the weather is terrible. Spectacular sights and awe-inspiring landscapes await you on this German Alps excursion.
This four-hour bike tour of Munich includes a visit to historic buildings, beautiful parks, and a stop at a local brewery. Tour the city on two wheels with a local guide who will show you the best spots, including the English Garden and Marienplatz.
Visiting Munich for the first time? This two-hour walking tour of Munich's Old Town is a great way to see the best of the Bavarian capital. Stroll through Munich's Viktualienmarkt to see the world-famous Hofbräuhaus beer hall as well as other architectural masterpieces, including St Peter's Church and the Munich Residenz. As you walk with an expert guide from Marienplatz to Odeonplatz, there are many chances to learn more about Munich's history and culture.
A full-day trip to Neuschwanstein and Linderhof from Munich will give your German vacation an air of mystery and wonder. You can take a breathtaking bus journey over the Bavarian Alps and then spend hours viewing the former royal residences, which have inspired modern fairy tales like Walt Disney's Sleeping Beauty. Take a tour of the castle with your small party to see the grand halls, unusual nooks, and the amazing kitchens. Visit Oberammergau, a quaint village, for some spare time before your trip ends.
On a one-day excursion from Munich, Neuschwanstein and Linderhof, two of King Ludwig II's fairy tale castles, may be seen. Linderhof, Ludwig's rococo-style hunting lodge and final residence, may be reached by an air-conditioned coach, allowing you to take in the stunning countryside of Bavaria. Continue on to Neuschwanstein, which inspired Disney's Sleeping Beauty castle with its picture-book turret and room layout. You can have lunch in the nearby village of Hohenschwangau and wander the grounds of Neuschwanstein Castle at your leisure. A guided tour of the castle is available upon request. Not included: admission costs (unless you choose the Upgrade option).
Visit the Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria on this day excursion from Munich that includes round-way train transportation. One of Germany's most famous landmarks, Neuschwanstein Castle, was in fact the basis for Disney's Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland. Visit the castle with a guide and learn about the "Mad" King Ludwig II, who ordered its construction. The cost of admission is not included, but you will save time by skipping the line for admission.
From Munich, take a half-day excursion to the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site to learn about the Holocaust. Take a guided tour of the compound, a memorial and educational site dedicated to the hundreds of people who were imprisoned and died there between 1933 and 1945, by rail and bus. Your guide will explain how Dachau served as a model for all Nazi concentration camps, and you'll get to view the exhibits and memorials, as well as the reconstructed barracks and cells.
On a day trip from Munich, visit the beautiful city of Salzburg, the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. After a relaxing train ride to Salzburg, you may explore the city on your own, taking in sights like the Domkirche Cathedral and the Festung Hohensalzburg. Get a taste of Austrian culture and cuisine while taking in the stunning Alps as a stunning backdrop.
An introduction to Munich's legendary Bavarian beer culture is provided via this guided food and beer tour. Bavaria's magnificent city, Munich, is a magnet for tourists from all over the world because of its promise of fun and fellowship. For an insider's perspective on this centuries-old drinking custom, team up with an experienced tour guide. You'll visit local brewpubs and sample Bavarian delicacies with like-minded beer enthusiasts.
Explore Munich's dark history and Nazi philosophy on a 2.5-hour city walking tour. Explore the places where Adolf Hitler and his comrades started establishing the Third Reich, earning Munich the title of "Capital of the Nazi Movement." As your guide tells you about the events that led to Hitler's rise to power in 1933, you'll visit the beer halls where Nazi brown shirts first met, the buildings where Hitler gave speeches, and memorials to people who opposed the movement.
Enjoy a hassle-free coach excursion from Munich to the Bavarian countryside, where you'll see two of Germany's most famous castles in one day. Learn about King Ludwig II, who erected countless palaces throughout his reign, as you set off early in the morning. You can choose whether or not to pay for entrance to both palaces: Neuschwanstein and Linderhof. Additionally, you'll be able to have a typical Bavarian lunch (own expense).
Taking public transportation from Munich to Hitler's Eagle's Nest (Kehlsteinhaus) is a long journey. Forget about missed connections and the trouble of booking a rental car; instead, enjoy this leisurely excursion. At your own expense, visit the Dokumentation Obersalzberg museum, the Eagle's Nest, and the nearby alpine town of Berchtesgaden. The Kehlsteinhaus, located at an altitude of 1,834 m, is accessible by a special bus and lift service. If you can't climb up to the Kehlsteinhaus because of bad weather (fog, ice, or snow), you can go to the Berchtesgaden salt mines instead.
The largest Hofbräu tent at Oktoberfest is where you'll spend the majority of your time throughout your tour of Munich's famous beer culture. Your knowledgeable guide will take you on a narrated stroll through the festival grounds and a ride on the Ferris wheel for an up-close view of this world-famous event. Sit back and enjoy two liters of beer and a half of roast chicken, all included, in the vibrant Hofbräu-Festzelt tent during the wild festival atmosphere.
Take a day trip from Munich to see the countryside, castles, and villages along Germany's Romantic Road. You can take a coach ride along the legendary road, a well-known scenic route across Bavaria's mountain and forest landscapes. Begin your tour of German history at the 11th-century Harburg Castle before heading to Rothenburg to see the town's charming medieval streets, plazas, and half-timbered buildings surviving to this day. Visit the Renaissance-style Town Hall and other highlights, plus have some free time to explore on your own and buy your own lunch.
It is possible to visit Neuschwanstein Castle, Ettal Abbey, and Oberammergau all in one day from Munich. After departing from your city hotel with your own private driver-guide, travel to the heart of Bavaria, where fairytale castles and lovely villages await. As part of your tour, you'll get to skip the lines at each location and learn about its past through your guide's narration.
This half-day private tour from Munich takes you to the Dachau Memorial Site, the site of the former Nazi concentration camp. It was Dachau, Germany's first Nazi concentration camp, that served as a template for all the others that came after it. Explore the site, featuring the 'Arbeit macht frei' gate and the administration headquarters, with a guide. As a bonus, you'll learn more about the history of the site as well as benefit from individualized service.
This day excursion from Munich takes you to Hitler's iconic mountain retreat, the Eagle's Nest, in Berchtesgaden. The 6,148-foot (1,834-meter) Mt. Kehlstein resort is accessible via a bus and an elevator, which take visitors through Bavaria's gorgeous alpine landscapes. Learn about how Hitler hosted visitors, take a tour of his reception hall, and step out onto the balcony to take in views of the surrounding mountains that, paradoxically, frightened him due to his vertigo. If you'd like, you can also stop at the Nazi Documentation Center Museum during your lunch break (own expense).
Take a fun and flexible hop-on hop-off city bus tour to learn about Munich. Take a 24-hour Express Tour to explore the city's most popular attractions, or a 24-or 48-hour Grand Tour to see more of Munich. No matter what you decide, hop on an open-top, double-decker bus for a tour of Berlin's most iconic landmarks, including Marienplatz, the Hofbrauhaus, the Viktualienmarkt, and many more. You can disembark at any of the stops that interest you and then return to the bus whenever you like.
Book a private day tour to avoid the crowds when seeing Bavaria's highlights. Using a climate-controlled van with your personal guide, you'll arrive at Neuschwanstein Castle with a pre-booked skip the line ticket so that you can access the castle without having to wait in line. Hohenschwangau Castle and other Bavarian landmarks can be included in your personalised tour.
Neuschwanstein Castle is a popular tourist site for people from all over the world and is open from Easter until the beginning of November on the Alpine Coast. Take a private tour of the most famous fairytale castle built by King Ludwig II in the privacy of your own vehicle and without having to deal with crowds. Experience all of the attractions with a knowledgeable and personable guide. In addition, we'll pick you up and drive you around the beautiful Bavarian countryside in our new and comfy VW Minivan. Ready for an incredible rush of adrenaline? It all starts out innocently enough. The Alpine Coaster begins at an altitude of 1,270 meters (4,166 ft) via a chairlift in the picturesque alpine surroundings. On the only LONGEST weatherproof toboggan track in the world, equipped with the first ever rail-guided rail sledges and magnetic brakes, here we go: Thanks to the stunning views and daring twists, you'll zip across the valley in complete safety. A guided tour of the ancient town center in Oberammergau, with its world-famous wall paintings and the world's largest Passion Play Theatre, awaits you!
Take advantage of your time in Munich by hiring a private guide and scheduling a tour that's tailored to your interests. When you book, just pick a time frame that works for you and answer a few questions about your preferences. Local hosts that share your interests will be assigned to you, and they'll get in touch with you to develop a customized tour itinerary just for you.
This full-day guided tour includes round-trip transport from Munich to the famed Zugspitze, Germany's highest summit. Experience panoramic views of Austria, Switzerland, and Italy from the top of Germany's tallest mountain, Zugspitze, before returning via cogwheel train. The Zugspitze Cable Car is open from May 1 to October 31 each year.
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