Relax, sit back and allow me to show you the city from your coach. Whether it’s one, two or three hours, believe me, you’ll enjoy it! The bus offers us the opportunity to view the highlights of the city which are outside the old town – and Munich has plenty of those!
Here’s just a small selection of the destinations: the Deutsches Museum, the Bavarian National Museum, the Englischer Garten, Haus der Kunst, Theatinerkirche, the University, the Glyptothek at Königsplatz, the Alte Pinakothek, Neue Pinakothek and Pinakothek der Moderne, and the Palace of Nymphenburg. A three-hour tour can include a viewing of the interior of the palace.
Set in a landscape of soft green hills, the Olympic Park, which was built for the 20th Olympic Games in 1972, stretches over a vast area. Even after more than 30 years, the bold architecture of the sweeping tent-like roofs is still timeless. Modern architecture enthusiasts are sure to be more than inspired by the “BMW World” and the Allianz Arena.
We can plan the city tour in accordance with your ideas and wishes, bearing in mind how much time is available.