City tour Munich

Journey

Travel time
upon request
Arrival information
daily
Bookable from
10 person(s)
Characteristics of the tour
City tourtailor-made group tour suggestionfor groups of 10 or more people
  • City Hall in Munich

  • Lenbach House in the city of Munich
    Image source: C. L. Schmitt, Tourismusamt München

  • The Christkindl Market in Munich
    Image source: C. Reiter, Tourismusamt München

  • Christkindl Market in the city of Munich
    Image source: C. Reiter, Tourismusamt München

What to expect

Bavaria is extremely rich in fine buildings of both a religious and secular nature, many of which are located in and around Munich. Its proximity to the Alps gives the city a special atmosphere, and its excellent art collections are housed in magnificent palaces and museums such as the Old, New and Modern Pinakothek galleries.

Though this unique city offers a magnificent array of established highlights and hidden treasures all visitors should make sure they see the old town, and in particular its Gothic City Hall and carillon, St. Peter Church, Royal Residence, Opera House and Hofbräuhaus – often described as the most famous pub in the world.



Contact Person

Ulrike Ehlemann Kreis

Ulrike Ehlemann

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My tip for Munich: Don’t miss out on visiting the Antiquarium – this impressive Renaissance Hall is the oldest preserved room of the Royal Residence.

Itinerary

Detailed information for journey "Munich"

Basic package for your city tour to Munich:
4 days/3 nights

Day 1: Individual arrival to Munich
After arriving you have the opportunity to visit the city centre of Munich. You can see historical and modern sights and come together in a restaurant or bar.

Day 2: City of MunichMarienplatz München
In the morning your start a guided sightseeing tour by coach. Your guide will introduce you to Munich, show you important places and tell you very interesting facts. For lunch you can come to a famous Munich beer garden and taste local beer and food. In the afternoon you organise the time yourself. Maybe you would like to visit a museum, e.g. the German Museum (Deutsches Museum) or the Bavarian National Museum.

Day 3: Munich and Nymphenburg Palace
Today you can benefit from our NymphenburgPLUS package and leave Munich to drive to the world-famous Nymphenburg Palace, where you join a guided tour. The second part of the day is reserved for the Royal Residence. Look into the Treasury and Cuvilliés Theatre and be amazed.

Day 4: Individual departure
According to your flight time, you can stay in your hotel or in the city. We hope you had som unforgettable days in Munich!

This itinerary is only a suggestion for your next city tour to Munich which can be adjusted according to your desires. Whether you draw inspiration from the proposals made in this itinerary or blend them with your own ideas, the AugustusTours team looks forward to putting together your next group tour.

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Contact Person

Ulrike Ehlemann Kreis

Ulrike Ehlemann

+49 (0)351 - 563 48 0

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

My tip for Munich: Don’t miss out on visiting the Antiquarium – this impressive Renaissance Hall is the oldest preserved room of the Royal Residence.


Services

Services included

Basic package for your city tour to Munich:
4 days / 3 nights

  • Lenbachhaus3 x overnight stay incl. breakfast in Munich
  • Local guide for sightseeing tour, 3 hours
  • Admission and guided tour of Royal Residence incl. the Treasury and Cuvilliés Theatre, 2 hours
  • City map of Munich per room
  • Travel documents for the tour manager/driver
  • 24-hrs-telephone service during your city tour to Munich

PLUS packages for your city tour to Munich

NymphenburgPLUS

  • Admission and guided tour of the Nymphenburg Palace, 1 hour

ChiemseePLUS

  • Admission to Herrenchiemsee Palace
  • Guided tour to the New Palace, English
  • Boat trip to Herrenchiemsee Island 

ArtPLUS

  • Admission and guided tour of the Lenbach House Art Gallery
  • Admission to Glyptothek Museum incl. audio guides

Further suggestions

  • Music: Bavarian State Opera, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, Cuvilliés Theatre, Prinzregententheater
  • Art: Old, New and Modern Pinakothek galleries, Schack Gallery, Villa Stuck
  • Royal palaces: Neuschwanstein Castle, Hohenschwangau and Linderhof
  • Garmisch-Partenkirchen with Zugspitze, Oberammergau, the Pilgrimage Church of the Scourged Saviour, Ettal Abbey
  • Berchtesgaden/Koenigssee incl. the Kehlsteinhaus, boat trip and St. Bartholomae Pilgrimage Church
  • Coach services on request (e.g. return transfer from Munich Airport)

 This itinerary is only a suggestion for your next city tour to Munich which can be adjusted according to your desires. Whether you draw inspiration from the proposals made in this itinerary or blend them with your own ideas, the AugustusTours team looks forward to putting together your next group tour.

Contact Person

Ulrike Ehlemann Kreis

Ulrike Ehlemann

+49 (0)351 - 563 48 0

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

My tip for Munich: Don’t miss out on visiting the Antiquarium – this impressive Renaissance Hall is the oldest preserved room of the Royal Residence.


Quotes

Prices for services included

This city tour to Munich is characterized by its creativity and flexibility, with each itinerary specially tailored to both your requirements and those of your guests. It can be shortened, extended or adapted according to your desires. We are looking forward to your inquiry and provide you with an individual offer for your city tour to Munich or for city tours to other German cities . We are also happy to organize a cultural tour in different German cities for your group!

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All our group tour suggestions can be altered, shortened or extended as required. We will be pleased to make you an offer tailored to your specific needs – please send us your request for a group tour offer to Germany. Once you have submitted your request we will send you a tailor-made quote.

Being a very experienced and high-performance incoming partner, we offer you support and advice regarding the realisation of your group travels. Since 1997, we have been working for international travel agents, associations, companies as well as private clients. During all our work, we constantly follow our standard “Expertise. Ideas. Passion.” and thus implement it while booking your travel. Follow the link to find out how we work in the department of city and cultural tours.

We have numerous suggestions for you and your group – no matter if you are planning a city break, cultural tour or round trip throughout Germany! The mentioned tours are only some suggestions. Please do not hesitate to send us your special ideas and requirements on your next group or study tour.

We look forward to working with you and would be glad to put together a customized package for your group travel to Germany!

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Tour impressions from fellow travellers

1 Tour ratings
30.09.2013
written by Megan
I visited Munich in April 2013, and was really excited about seeing all the sights the Bavarian capital has to offer. A walking tour gave me some first impressions of the city centre, where we marvelled at Marienplatz square and the Town Hall, the Royal Palace and Odeonsplatz square – including the Feldherrnhalle and Theatiner Church – before continuing on to the Bavarian State Opera, Maximilianstraße and the “Victuals Market”. It was great! In fact, it was so great that I decided I needed to see it all again – this time from above. My reward for climbing to the top of a tower known as “Old Peter” was fantastic views across the sprawling city. Once back at ground level, I chose to take a bus tour which included a visit to Nymphenburg Palace. It wasn’t long before I arrived at the lavish palace, which was the birthplace of “Mad” King Ludwig II. His castles in Neuschwanstein and Linderhof are also well worth a visit – but make sure you set aside a whole day to explore all their delights.
 

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