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The secret capital of Germany in the supposedly most beautiful state in the world. Munich attracts not only visitors from all over the world. No, Bavaria has managed to cleverly combine laptop + leather pants. Therefore, skilled workers come to the Bavarian capital and bring the locals and „Zuagroasten“ horrente rental and real estate prices.

In addition, Munich is worth a trip throughout the year. Not just for the Oktoberfest, which already starts in September. Hofbräuhaus and Englischer Garten are sure to be on your visit program for the most beautiful sights in Munich. But the city also lives on being immersed and drifting.
=> Our tipp: Book the free walking tour through Munich. It just costs You a booking fee of € 2,00 (but on´t forget to leave a bit tip for the guide).

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City Trip and Viktualienmarket

There is (almost) nothing better thanover theon a warm spring or summer day Viktualienmarkt strollingand stopping off in the beer garden. An „Obazda„, a fresh pretzel and a beer are almost the standard place for your snack.

During the city tour you will pass the Frauenkirche and of course visit the town hall with its world-famous „Schäfflertanz„.

Excursion to Neuschwanstein Castle

The visit to the Bavarian state capital would not be complete if you did not make a detour to Neuschwanstein Castle.

King Ludwig II. had built a true fairytale castle here, which can now be visited worldwide in a few copies. Look at the original => Which exists only here.

Discover Munich with Hop-on/Hop-off

As always, the well-known Hop-on Hop-off buses are ideal for a rough overview of the city.

On the tour through Munich 13 stops are approached. At these you can arbitrarily get on and off. A total of 3 tours are offered by the bus company in Minga.

  • City-Tour
  • Nymphenburg / Olympic-Tour
  • Schwabing-Tour

There are Tickets for the Hop-on Hop-off in Munich for 1 or 2 days validity.

Munich by bicycle

Why not swing on a bike and cruise through Munich? The experienced tour guide shows you the historical and current cityscape and has some stories in stock.

By biking you have a slightly larger radius and see a lot of the beautiful city at the Isar. Approximately It takes 4 hours Bike tour through Munich. Refreshments in the beer garden in good weather is planned. However, no food and drinks are included.

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