To be honest, almost everyone thinks of the Oktoberfest, Lederhosen or at least beer when it comes to Munich. Of course, Munich is also famous for that, but it has much more to offer! Munich is the third largest city in Germany and is considered the “most livable” city in the world. Munich is a diverse city that is the opposite of itself, whether green oasis and metropolis, tradition or modernization. All these elements complement each other harmoniously. The city manages to combine old Bavarian tradition with pulsating modern life.
Every year at the end of September the world-famous Oktoberfest takes place in Munich and is worth a visit. But at any other time of the year, Munich is a magnet for tourists because of its diverse offers! Visit historic places like Marienplatz with the Old and New Town Hall, Nymphenburg Palace or take a walk through the English Garden or enjoy modern entertainment in the Old & New Pinakothek, in the BMW World or in the Allianz Arena for all football fans.
The itinerary has been created by our local agency with one idea in mind: to inspire you. Every element can be adapted to your needs and interests, from duration to accommodation and activities.
Your driver will pick you up at the airport with a name board at your gate of arrival. After checking in to your hotel in Munich you will have some time to relax.
- Private guided walking tour Munich city centre (3 hours): Our guide will meet you in the hotel lobby with a name board. By taking a guided tour through Munich, you will learn that Munich is not only adored for its beer! You will be visiting places for good food & company like the Hofbräuhaus and the famous Viktualien Market Square as well as historical buildings and squares like the New Town hall, the Church of our Lady and Stachus square.
Our guide and driver will meet you in the hotel lobby with a name board. This tour takes you to the most beautiful sights of the Bavarian Alps. You will not only see beautiful landscapes, but also stunning castles and quaint Bavarian villages. Visit Germany’s number 1 fairy tale castle: Neuschwanstein! Built from 1869 to 1886 by King Ludwig II of Bavaria it is unique in the world with its breathtaking location and fantastic interior decorations - it even served as the model for Walt Disney's castle. You will also visit Wieskirche church – a stunning Catholic pilgrimage church in the Rococo style. Oberammergau village is not to be missed when exploring the Bavarian Alps.
It is a typical Bavarian village renowned for its painted houses “Lüftlmalerei”. It is also the village where the Passion Play takes place every 10 years. Near Oberammergau the impressive abbey complex Ettal is located. Your guide will introduce you into the life of the monks there. Linderhof Palace and its surrounding park is another palace built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria. In fact, this "Royal Villa" is the only palace he was able to complete. Behind the Baroque facade, beautiful and richly decorated Rococo-styled rooms can be found. Admission to Neuschwanstein Castle and Linderhof Palace included.
It is time to get a taste of Munich during a private guided Viktualienmarkt Tasting Tour! The historic Viktualienmarkt farmers’ market is a delight for all the senses. It is located in the heart of the old town and it is a premier place to shop for fresh produce, dairy, bread, Bavarian specialities and even Bavarian arts and crafts! A guide takes you for a stroll over the Viktualienmarkt and introduces you to the marketeers. The marketeers are happy to take time for you and tell you about their products, their history and true traditional Bavarian companies. While you listen you get to taste several Bavarian delicacies like Obatzter with fresh bread or local cheese.
You will meet your guide and driver in the hotel lobby to go on a half day tour to the Concentration Camp in Dachau. The concentration camp in Dachau was the model for all later concentration camps. In the 12 years of its existence 200 000 persons were imprisoned and 41500 were murdered. Today the memorial can be visited. Several exhibitions show the leitmotif of the memorial, the ‘’path of the prisoners’’ which means the prisoner’s way to the camp, their life in the camp and their journey to either death or liberation.
Today you have the chance to look over the shoulders of the master brewers at a famous brewery! Take in the intense scent of the original wort and even taste a freshly draught Hofbräu beer directly from the beer tank. During your private tour, you will learn interesting facts about the beer and its processing, experience the raw materials of brewing, visit the brewhouse and fermentation cellar and learn how filling and storage are done. Afterwards, you are invited to enjoy a hearty Bavarian snack with ‘Weißwürsten’ (white sausages) and beer in the ‘Bierstüberl’ (brewpub). Transfer to/from brewery not included. It is located about 25 minutes from the city centre by car.
Day at leisure. We recommend visiting BMW World & Museum. BMW offers you a colourful selection of program you can choose from and is one of the best places to visit in Munich. Exciting insights into BMW production promises a plant tour of automobile manufacturing. During that tour, you will get to see every production sector from press facility to assembly. Every day 950 cars and over 3000 engines are produced in this plant. Right next to the plant are the BMW Welt and the BMW museum. In the BMW Welt are showrooms with current model lineups of BMW cars and motorcycles. Also, there is a shop where you can buy promotional products and accessories. The BMW museum takes you on an exciting journey through technical pioneering and development.
After your breakfast and check out at the hotel, your driver will pick you up at the hotel lobby and drive you to Munich airport.
The price reflects this specific tour itinerary and is designed to give you an idea of the budget required for this destination. Throughout the trip-planning process, our local agency will tailor your itinerary around your budget.
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