Best of Munich 
On Foot & By Car

© München Tourismus Foto: Joerg Lutz

The private tour “Best of Munich” is a first-class choice for all those who want to get the most comprehensive impression of Munich. This combination of a walking tour and a city tour with a private driver enables you to get to know many of the city's top sights in a short time.

 

During the walking tour we will visit many famous spots in Munich's old town, you can find more information on this under the tour Munich Highlights City Tour.

 

Many of Munich's well-known sights are not located in the old town, but are spread across the city. Your private city tour allows you to make individual stops, whether for a short photo stop or for a longer visit to one of the attractions. Nymphenburg Castle, BMW Welt or the Olympiapark are particularly recommended for more than just a drive past. But we will also visit the English Garden, the Eisbach Surfers, the art area with its world-famous Pinakotheken and many other sights on this tour.

 

For more details on the "Best of Munich" city tour, take a look at the video on the right or the picture gallery and the additional information below.

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Tour details at a glance

Duration:

5 hours

Start time:

2 pm at the latest

Start / end point:

Hotel or suitable spot in the center

Price*:

€ 440 (€ 80 p. additional hour)

Participants:

max. 5

* including transportation,

   insurance, bottled water - 

   entrance fees and other personal 

   expenses are not included 

a little more information...

about some top attractions of your private on foot & by car tour through Munich

Nymphenburg Palace

A visit to Nymphenburg Palace takes us to the baroque summer residence of the Wittelsbach ruling family. Decide on site whether you just want to stretch your legs here in the Nymphenburg Palace Park or whether I will show you around the palace. Highlights of the palace are the stone hall, a masterpiece of the Rococo and the beauty gallery of King Ludwig II.

Olympic Parc

The Munich Olympic Parc is two different things. A top attraction for visitors and a recreational area for the people of Munich who have continued to use the Olympic Park and its facilities since the 1972 Summer Olympics. Be it the Olympiastadion, which serves as Munich's largest open air stage, or the Olympiahalle, which is used for exhibitions and concerts, there is always something going on in the Olympiastadion. A highlight for visitors is certainly a trip to the Olympic Tower, from which one has a magnificent view of the entire city. When the weather is nice, you can even see the Alps as far as Austria.

BMW Welt

In the immediate vicinity of the Olympic Park is one of the most popular sights in Germany, the BMW Welt, with around 3 million visitors a year. Due to its spectacular architecture, the BMW Welt is not only an attraction for car enthusiasts and makes this stop a must see on this private city tour. The BMW Welt has many faces - showrooms for all brands of the BMW family, event locations and vehicle pick-ups, all of this takes place under one roof and makes it Munich's automobile cathedral.

Englischer Garten

On your city tour you will get to know one of the world's largest inner-city parks, the English Garden in Munich. As the first park in the world built for the public and not for the nobility, it is now one of the inner-city recreational areas for Munich residents. But not only the park, but also its 4 beer gardens with a total of 14,000 seats make it so popular with locals and visitors. The largest of these beer gardens is the Chinese Tower, which gets its name from the wooden pagoda in its center. One of the most beautiful Christmas markets in Munich takes place here in winter, a Christmas village in front of a picturesque backdrop.

Eisbach Surfer

Perhaps the most famous part of the English Garden is right at its beginning at the “House of Art”. Not only Munich surfers pursue their passion here and surf on a standing wave, international surfing legends have also been guests here. This unique type of inner-city surfing was invented in Munich in the 1970s and, especially in winter, causes astonished looks from visitors when people in neoprene suits and with surfboards are out and about in the city. Definitely a highlight among the sights in Munich.