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Munich: Big Bus Open-Top Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Tour

1. Munich: Big Bus Open-Top Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Tour

Enjoy the freedom to explore Munich your way with a hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus tour that brings you right outside important landmarks. Take in the view from the top deck and travel from Munich Central Station to Au-Haidhausen on the 1-hour Panoramic City Tour. Need more time? Get the 24 or 48-hour hop-on hop-off tickets. 1-Hour Panoramic City Tour:Jump on the Red Line for a 1-hour tour that's perfect for short trips. Start at Munich Central Station and admire picturesque views of the Frauenkirche and the New Town Hall near Marienplatz as you ride through the city. Listen to pre-recorded commentary available in 8 languages before arriving in the charming Bavarian village of Au-Haidhausen. Hop off the bus to explore this trendy area with old-school pubs. 24-Hour and 48-Hour Tickets:Gain access to two additional routes with the 24-hour and 48-hour Hop-on Hop-off tickets. Experience the Blue and Purple Line as you discover thriving areas of Munich. Head into the leafy, chic area of Schwabing-Freimann on the Blue Line. Once known as a distinguished artists' enclave, you can now wander the rows of boutiques and charming cafes. Head into Leopoldstrasse and visit the Alte Pinakothek art museum. Enjoy easy transportation to the Olympiapark on the Purple Line and hop off anytime along the way to find the Nymphenburg Palace. Listen to audio commentary as you go to learn about the history of these iconic sites.

Munich: Airport Transfer by Bus

2. Munich: Airport Transfer by Bus

Enjoy the convenience of this fast and comfortable transfer running between Munich City and the airport. With service every 15 minutes, 7 days a week, the Lufthansa Express Bus makes two stops in Munich City (Munich Main Train Station & Munich North / Schwabing) and four stops at Munich Airport (Munich Airport Terminal 2, Munich Airport Terminal 1A, Munich Airport Center (MAC), and Munich Airport Terminal 1D). Arrival and departure points are located directly in front of the terminals. All buses have air conditioning, free Wifi and free newspapers, and are open to passengers traveling with any airline.

CityTourCard Munich: Public Transport & Discounts

3. CityTourCard Munich: Public Transport & Discounts

With the CityTourCard Munich, you can go anywhere in Bavaria’s beautiful capital city. Just validate your pass at the nearest ticket machine and you are on your way! Upon validation, you will have 24 or 48 hours; or 3, 4, 5, or 6 days to explore the entire city with free and unlimited access to public transportation. Transportation methods include all metro, trams, regional trains, and buses within the city of Munich (Zone M) or the entire MVV network including the airport (Zone M-6). The CityTourCard Munich also allows you to visit some of the city’s most important sights and attractions. Get discounts from plenty of Munich’s museums, exhibitions, theaters, concerts, shops, cafés, and restaurants. If you are traveling as a family, you are in luck. A group is up to 5 adults, with two children between 6- and 14-years old counting as one adult. Munich is waiting for you! You can learn about all the details and discounts from the portable pocket guide.

24-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Express Tour of Munich

4. 24-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Express Tour of Munich

Discover the highlights of Munich on board one of our open-topped double-deckers on this compact hop-on hop-off tour. Munich is known for its beautiful and historic architecture, and this tour allows you to see the best the Bavarian capital has to offer. The express tour is ideal for visitors to the city with a busy schedule who would like to explore Munich's various attractions on their own time. Buses come every 20 minutes depending on the season, until 5:20 PM. One full loop lasts one hour. The stops at the various sights and attractions are as follows. Stops include: 1. Hauptbahnhof 2. Kunstareal 3. Odeonsplatz 4. Eisbach 5. Deutsches Museum 6. Marienplatz/Tal  7. Max-Joseph-Platz 8. Karlsplatz/Stachus

Munich: Private Airport Transfer to or from the City Center

5. Munich: Private Airport Transfer to or from the City Center

Enjoy a hassle-free and convenient departure from or arrival in Munich with a private transfer to or from Munich Airport. Upon your arrival at Munich Airport, meet your driver in the arrivals hall who will be holding a sign with your name on it. Be escorted to your vehicle and receive assistance with your luggage. There’s no need to worry if your flight is delayed, as your driver will be regularly updated with flight changes. If you're leaving Munich, be picked up at your hotel and brought to the airport with plenty of time to catch your flight. Your driver is qualified, English-speaking, and chosen carefully to provide you with the best transfer experience. During the scenic hour-long ride, they'll be glad to provide you with local information as well as suggestions for places to go and things to see during your stay in Munich.

From Munich: Dachau Concentration Camp Private Trip

6. From Munich: Dachau Concentration Camp Private Trip

Experience the past at Dachau Concentration Camp, the first established Nazi concentration camp. Follow your private guide through the camp and hear about the tragic events that took place there. Be picked up from the comfort of your hotel in Munich by your expert guide. Hear about the death camp where countless thousands of Jews and innocent people died from malnutrition, disease, overwork, and execution. Learn about how the slave labor at the camp manufactured weapons and other materials for Germany’s war efforts. Hear the somber details of how some Dachau detainees were subjected to brutal medical experiments by the Nazis. Look around this special place devoted to all the prisoners. Miss nothing as your expert guide will provide detailed commentary on all aspects of camp life. Finally, your driver will take you back to your hotel in Munich.

Munich: Christmas Markets and Christmas Village 2-Hour Tour

7. Munich: Christmas Markets and Christmas Village 2-Hour Tour

On this tour you can celebrate the Christmas season in the traditional German style by visiting some of the many Christmas markets in Munich as well as the city’s very own Christmas village. You will take a festive stroll through the colorful markets clustered around the historic Old Town, including the central market on Marienplatz, the Christmas village in the palace courtyard of the royal Rezidenz, the “Crib Market”, and the popular “Medieval Market” near Odeonsplatz. The tour will make regular stops at the various stalls and your guide will tell you all about the history of the markets, the meaning of the displays, and the Advent and Christmas rituals associated with them. You will also get to sample the traditional seasonal delicacy of Lebkuchen (gingerbread cake). You have the chance to see where many of the world’s most beloved seasonal traditions originated – the Christmas tree and the Advent calendar both originated in Germany. You will also get to experience the unique atmosphere of an authentic old Christkindlmarkt in a traditional setting, a favorite for many Germans.

Munich: Skip-The-Line Private Tour of the Deutsches Museum

8. Munich: Skip-The-Line Private Tour of the Deutsches Museum

Get skip-the-line entry to the world’s largest museum of science and technology, the Deutsches Museum in Munich. Enjoy a private tour with a local guide and see what’s old and new in science and technology. Add hotel pickup and drop-off to your experience and relax knowing this is taken care of. First, skip the long lines at this popular attraction and enter the museum with your guide. Listen as they make topics such as astronomy, agriculture, chemistry, and physics fun and easy to understand. Take the chance to ask your guide questions about all things science and technology. Follow as your guide provides information about the 28,000 objects on display. Visit highlights such as the huge mining complex that leads deep under the museum, the first motorized aircraft built by the Wright brothers, the first motorcar made by Karl Benz, a U1 submarine, and much more. Choose to add transport to your trip: get picked up at your hotel in an air-conditioned car and be taken directly to the museum, which is located on a small island in the Isar river. Relax knowing you will be dropped off at your hotel after the museum visit.

Munich: Franz Josef Strauss Airport (MUC) Private Transfer

9. Munich: Franz Josef Strauss Airport (MUC) Private Transfer

Take the stress out of airport commutes by pre-booking your own private airport transfer to or from Franz Josef Strauss Airport (MUC). Relax knowing you will be dropped off anywhere between Munich and Franz Josef Strauss Airport (MUC) conveniently, safely and in comfort. Whether you are traveling in a bigger group or with extra luggage, tailor your private transfer to your needs by indicating what you need when you book. To ensure a relaxed transfer experience, you will receive a text message shortly before your scheduled pickup with your booking reference, our customer service number, and your driver's name and contact details. When you book your private transfer, remember to include your flight details. Your driver will track your flight so that no matter whether your flight arrives early, late or on-time, your driver will be there to greet you upon your arrival. Your driver will pick you up from the arrivals hall or the agreed-upon meeting point in Munich and help you to the vehicle with your luggage.

Munich: Nymphenburg Palace Tour With Professional Guide

10. Munich: Nymphenburg Palace Tour With Professional Guide

Visit the palace that was once the summer residence for the Bavarian monarchs and the entire court. Learn about its history and how it was built in the 17th Century by elector Ferdinand Maria as a gift to his consort Henriette Adelaide of Savoy.Enter inside the palace to find out more about the rulers of Bavaria, the 30 Years' War, and Napoleon. Discover more about the Bavarian Kingdom, King Ludwig I and his love story with the Spanish dancer Lola Montez.See the birthplace of fairytale king Ludwig II and much more in this radiant baroque pavilion-like building and English-styled gardens, the queen’s study, and bedchamber. Continue on to explore the grounds, the Gallery of Beauties of Max Emanuel, and more.

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What people are saying about Munich

Transport ticket for 4 people for 3 days. Simple practical and economical. Really very functional. The only problem, when you come by car to Munich, pick up the ticket at the central station (for us) it's not practical to park (like all stations, it was under construction), there are a lot of world, a single counter. At the airport I don't know.

Gerhard was an excellent guide. He was personable, very informative and was watchful in using the time we had to get the most out of this tour

Driver was on time and easy to locate. Everything went smoothly.

It was very nice and saw a lot of Munich in one day

It was very easy to get to Central Station by bus.