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Munich 3-Hour Guided Bike Tour

1. Munich 3-Hour Guided Bike Tour

Explore the vibrant city of Munich in an active way. On this 3-hour guided bike tour you will learn many interesting stories about the history of the city. The bike allows you to quickly and easily reach the famous sights in the city. Take in the special atmosphere of the city as you cycle together through Munich’s streets and listen to your guide’s interesting stories. During the tour you will make a stop at the Hofbräukeller beer garden. Enjoy a cold beer before you continue cycling along the Isar River. The bike ride takes you along Marienplatz, past the Hofbräuhaus, and down Maximilianstrasse, through Königsplatz, past the Pinakothek der Moderne, through Schwabing, and to the English Garden. At the end, the tour returns to the starting point.

Munich: An Evening of Bavarian Beer and Food Culture

2. Munich: An Evening of Bavarian Beer and Food Culture

A warm glow is guaranteed when you immerse yourself in German beer and food culture on this evening tour in Munich. You'll meet a friendly local guide who'll introduce the beer capital of the world and tell you about the secret haunts where locals go for the really good stuff. Learn about the fascinating history of German brewing - from the ancient Hausfrauen brew women to the great monastic breweries of the middle ages, and the revered Reinheitsgebot (Purity Law) of 1516. You'll learn why the world looks to Munich for the ultimate examples of great-tasting beer. Sample several different delicious beer varieties and some traditional Bavarian food like cheese and meats on a Bavarian Food Platter. Sit with your group at a table in one of the city's finest old beer halls. You'll enjoy an exclusive private tour through the beautiful new Beer and Oktoberfest Museum housed in one of Munich's most historic buildings. After seeing a traditional beer garden, you'll finish at the world-famous Hofbräuhaus. There you have the option of continuing through the night to the sound of Bavarian Oompah bands.

Classic 4-Hour Bike Tour of Munich

3. Classic 4-Hour Bike Tour of Munich

Get to know Munich on a bike with a 4-hour guided tour. Meet at Marienplatz 15 next to the Spielzeugmuseum. Here, you will be introduced to your guide and other group members, get acquainted, and hear you about the amazing history of Munich and the buildings closest to that part of the Old Town. After about 15 minutes, walk up the street to a garage location to get your bike. Once you are ready to roll, head out on the city, stopping at the iconic old town, discovering the English Garden, watching the Isar River surfers, and much more. About 2 hours into the tour, stop for a break in Munich's most popular beer garden. Here you will have a chance to eat, drink, and socialize for about an hour before carrying on with the rest of the tour.

Munich: 1.5-Hour Bike Tour

4. Munich: 1.5-Hour Bike Tour

Your guide will show you the way through the city to the best attractions whilst telling you all about the history of Munich. Throughout your experience you will also be regaled with fun stories about your surrounding sights as well as German culture. As the tour is relatively short, there will not be any stops for food/drink, so please make sure you are ready when you arrive. The usual route travels to Max Joseph Platz, Odeonsplatz/Feldherrnhalle Theatinerkirche, Englischer Garten, Eisbachwelle, Bayerisches Nationalmuseum/Luftwaffe headquarters, Isar river and The Angel of Peace. Main discussion points throughout the tour will evolve around Hitler, the World War II, and Munich's history. Your guide will take wishes to visit other attractions, or alternatively can skip some if a majority of the group would like that. There will be bathroom and water breaks throughout the tour and it will be conducted at an easy pace at which everyone is able to keep up.

Munich by Bike: Half-Day Tour with Local Guide

5. Munich by Bike: Half-Day Tour with Local Guide

Starting from the Hauptbahnhof (Central Train Station), this half-day bicycle tour is a great way to see the city of Munich. Guides are local Munich residents who know the best routes, the best stories, and the best spots to stop for a quick drink. The first stop of the tour is the Neoclassical square, Königsplatz, often called Munich's Acropolis. A few minutes away is the impressive Odeonsplatz. Both are the legacy of King Ludwig I of Bavaria, a 19th-century monarch who wanted to make a grand city for kings. He actually succeeded in making Munich a great city for cyclists. From Odeonsplatz, you'll cycle through the picturesque royal gardens to the Englischer Garten, Europe's largest city park, where nudity happens to be legal. Then the tour stops at the famous Chinese Tower beer garden for refreshments. Cruise along the lovely banks of the river Isar, which leads back into the heart of Munich's beautiful Old Town. The charming pedestrianized Medieval streets around Marienplatz feature churches, markets, and cafes, and are a cyclist's heaven.

Munich Bike Tour

6. Munich Bike Tour

This Munich city bike tour is the perfect introduction to one of Germany's most historic cities and capital city of Bavaria. Over the course of this easy four-hour ride, you'll be informed and entertained with sights and stories from Munich, both old and new. On this effortless ride across Munich, you will see the most fascinating sites the city has to offer. Whether it's the origins of the Nazi party, or if you are most interested in their resistance, your tour guide will show you where it all happened and explain how. Aside from Munich's turbulent past, you will be taken to see the best of Munich including the famous city park surfers, Odeonsplatz, the Bavarian Parliament building and of course the farmers market, amongst other highlights. No ride across Munich would be complete without a stop at the famed English Gardens. Here, you can enjoy one of the world's largest beer gardens for drinks and a bite. Your guide will tell you just how seriously Bavarians treat beer while you enjoy a drink to wind down after conquering Munich by bike, you've earned it!

Munich: 3-Hour Private Bike Tour

7. Munich: 3-Hour Private Bike Tour

Meet up with your guide at Isartor Gate, where the bikes will be ready for you. After an initial introduction and a few safety tips, you will hit the road and ride to the first stop just around the corner. The main discussion points for this tour are focused on World War II, Hitler and the Nazis, Munich´s history, and German culture. Your tour route takes you to some of the main attractions in Munich as well as some off the beaten path. Main attractions visited include Max Joseph Platz, Odeonsplatz/Feldherrnhalle Theatinerkirche, Bayerische Staatskanzlei/Hofgarten, a visit to the world's second largest beer garten, Englischer Garten, Eisbachwelle, Bayerisches National Museum and Luftwaffe headquarters, the Isar River, and the Angel of Peace.

Munich: 3-Hour Bike Tour with Guide

8. Munich: 3-Hour Bike Tour with Guide

Once everyone has been partnered with a bike that suits them, your tour will begin. You will visit such sights as Max Joseph Platz, Odeonsplatz/Feldherrnhalle Theatinerkirche, Bayerische Staatskanzlei/Hofgarten, a visit to the world's second largest beer garden, Englischer Garten, Eisbachwelle, Bayerisches Nationalmuseum/Luftwaffe headquarters, Isar river and The Angel of Peace. The primary discussion points along the tour will evolve around Munich´s history, the former rulers of Bavaria, Oktoberfest, Hitler and the second world war. After about 2-hours of riding, you will make a stop at the world's second largest beer garden, where you will have the opportunity to try some beer and food. Throughout the tour, your guide will ensure that your experience is informative and provide you with a lot of fun stories about German culture in general. Guests will be riding a bike for the majority of the tour, as well as walking in a few areas where biking is not allowed. Your guides are the best in the business, and take pleasure in sharing their knowledge of Munich with you. Once the tour is over, your guide will be happy to give you recommendations on where to go next or perhaps revisit sights that you saw along the tour.

Munich: Street Art Bike Tour

9. Munich: Street Art Bike Tour

When you look at how tidy and chic Munich is today, it’s hard to imagine that it was here where the graffiti movement started in Germany back in the 1980s. Discover the street art masterpieces as your stroll around the city on a bike tour. Get on your bike and ride along the Isar river. Go far away from the tourist crowds and explore Giesing, a former working-class neighborhood. From there, head towards the slaughterhouse district. Once there enjoy a break on a boat at a railway bridge. Munich was considered a mecca for graffiti artists, alongside New York. Pass by the works of art made by the old masters who shaped this culture, but also from up and coming new street artists.

Munich: Highlights Private Bike Tour with Licensed Guide

10. Munich: Highlights Private Bike Tour with Licensed Guide

Explore the amazing city of Munich on a bike. Go on a tour around Old Town with a private guide who will lead you through the most breathtaking places such as Marienplatz, Old Town Hall, St. Peter’s Church and much more. Don’t waste your time in the traffic jams, discover Munich the green way. Grab a bike, follow your expert guide and explore the city. On your 2 hour tour you’ll be able to enjoy the amazing sound from the 43 bells of Rathaus-Glockenspiel and admire its beautiful 32 life-sized statues. See St. Peter’s Church and its tower known as “Alter Peter” - a symbol of the city of Munich. Take in Frauenkirche cathedral with its domed towers. On the way back, see the medieval gates of Munich. Extend your tour to 3 hours and see more. Discover more places such as Residenz - the largest city palace in Germany and Maximilianeum - an amazing palace located in the eastern side of the river. Hear many interesting stories about Munich history and legends from a guide who will make your experience unforgettable. Discover even more during 4-hours tour. Fall in love with amazing architecture of the Old Town, learn about its fascinating history from an expert and enjoy a ride through Munich's most stunning streets. You will also see Friedensengel, a bronze symbol of freedom.

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What people are saying about Munich

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 574 reviews

Dani was a fabulous guide. The tour was a perfect introduction to the City of Munich. We had fun peddling through the streets and then stopping occasionally for interesting stories boutique locations and people. In addition, Dani provided wonderful restaurant recommendations too. Highly recommend.

Gabriella was an amazing guide and knew the history of the city very well. We really enjoyed her knowledge and personal touch. Highly recommend this tour and hopefully you’re lucky you’ll get Gabriella! Benjamin & Zachary

A very well informed leader Patrick took us through many of Munich’s fascinating historical places, with good humour & bad jokes (it’s his thing I think, must be the Irish in him).

Our guide Mr. Wolfgang was amazing. He's passionate about history and shared l such rich insights with the group and socialized well with the whole group. I highly recommend!

Pretty fun night. Lots of beers and fun facts. Only meal was a charcuterie board that was mainly deli meat and cheese.