Discover the capital of Bavaria at your own pace during a hop-on hop-off Munich tour. Forego the inconvenience of figuring out transportation in a new city when you choose our bus tours for your next sightseeing trip. You can hop off the bus at the attractions you want to explore. Then, hop back on and skip the ones you don’t! Discover the beer capital of Germany one stop at a time with GrayLine Munich hop-on hop-off bus tour and make the most of your itinerary without the hassle of hiring cabs or driving around the city.
No problems with my purchase and I was glad I was informed about the new COVID requirements to make this trip
Everything was good, as expected. I bought hop on bus tour in Munich and I would recommend it to those who don’t have enough time to see a city. I have no regrets, it was a good decision as everything is well explained and they provide you headphones.
Easy and customer service was great
The ‘Silicon Valley of Germany’ is one of the most popular cities to visit. Munich is known for beer, its lively Oktoberfest and football. The word ‘Munich’ literally translates to ‘by the monks.’ In 1806, Munich got included in the Sovereign Kingdom of Bavaria. The city sees crushing crowds during the Munich Oktoberfest at the end of September. It first took place to celebrate the wedding of Kind Ludwig II. The city has more than 60 beer gardens and countless breweries.
See the remarkable architecture of centuries-old buildings, immersive museums, and much more during your vacation on the Munich sightseeing tour. Choose from 3 routes of the Big Bus Munich tour or GrayLine tour and take a look into the past and future of the city at the fascinating BMW museum. While exploring the major landmarks, don’t forget to enjoy a pint of beer or dig into mouth-watering delicacies like pretzels and schnitzels. Enjoy gorgeous views of key landmarks including Hauptbahnhof - Central Station, Kunstareal Odeonsplatz, City Surfer/Icewave, Marienplatz - City Hall, Max-Joseph-Platz – Opera, Karlsplatz – Stachus, Nymphenburg Palace, BMW World & Museum, Olympic Grounds, Schwabing / Siegestor / English Garden, and more.
Munich receives most tourists between April and May, and from September to October. However, the spring months from March to mid-May are ideal for sightseeing and enjoying outdoor activities. The footfall is on the rise from May onwards till August.
Most of the bus tours include free Wi-Fi on board, but make sure to check with the individual operator.
There are several ticket options available to you, depending on your length of stay. Each bus tour will have validity from 24, 36, 48 to 72 hours. And the great thing is you can plan ahead as the vouchers are valid anywhere between 6 months to 1 year and can be used at any point during that period. Check the product page or bus tour operator for complete details.
You can visit the relevant product page and check the Useful Downloads section to find the latest information as routes, stops, and timings change frequently.
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