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Munich Sightseeing, Germany

Neuschwenstein castle, Bavaria
Munich

Munich Sightseeing, Germany

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There is so much to see and do in Germany and the city of Munich that you could become overwhelmed with choice. To help narrow down your options if you only have a limited time available, at House of Travel we have put together some of our favourite attractions or visitor spots so you don't miss out on anything.

  • Munich Hop on Hop off Tour. There is so much to see in this town that it’s sometimes hard to know where to start. But not to worry this tour takes you around Munich’s top attractions giving you a great overview of what the city has to offer. Then head back to the sights that interested you most.
  • BMW museum. Discover the history of the legendary Bavarian Motor Works, through this unescorted tour. See the exhibition which is divided into several different areas and show cases the visions, the concepts, the Art and much much more. This is a not to be missed tour for all those car fanatics out there.
  • Romantic Road Originally called ‘The Romantic Road For Couples In Love’ this stretch of road is über pretty with fairytale villages and amazing castles scattered along the way. It’s like stepping back to the medieval times.
  • Munich Bike Tour There is simply no better way to enjoy sightseeing in this city than by bicycle. Your guide will take you past everything worth seeing in the centre of Munich. So don’t worry about the helmet hair, jump on for the ride of your life!
  • Dachau Tour. What an eye opening experience. Visiting the former concentration camp at Dachau will leave you breathless and wondering how mankind partake in the types of things that went on during the war. You’ll visit the memorial site and museum to learn how this tragedy unfolded.
  • Royal Castles of Neuschwanstein and Linderhof. Like a jewel in the crown of the Bavarian mountains stands perhaps the most striking and photographed castle of all time, Neuschwanstein. It’s so dream like that Walt Disney copied it for his own Disneyland fairytale castle.

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