Excursions in Munich
King Ludwig II built two of his dream castles: Neuschwanstein and Linderhof. This trip shows you two extraordinary castles, both testifying to the vision of Bavarias fairy tale King. You will have the opportunity to shop in Oberammergau, know Neuschwanstein and Linderhof with its fantastic grotto and Moorish pavilion.
Munich is a city that intertwines the majestic view of snowcapped Alps, breweries, Gothic courtyards, and metropolis architecture like the Hard Rock Cafe. Walk, pedal a bike, or hitch a ride on public transport to the HRC Munich and get some good ol' American cooking and a cold beer.
The Ingolstadt Village Shopping Package offers a unique, added-value day out, with big savings on your shopping from amongst some of the most exclusive international brands. The boutiques at Ingolstadt Village include outlet shops for brands such as Barbour, Billabong, Birkenstock, Calvin Klein, Converse, Escada and Versace, to name but a few.
Ingolstadt Village, within a one hour drive of Munich, is located in the heart of Bavaria, Germanys wealthiest region, close to the Austrian and Swiss borders. Known for its beautiful castles, striking landscapes, innovative industry and traditional culture, Bavaria is also Germanys most visited region.The architecture of Ingolstadt Village is inspired by the tradition of European textile mills and industrial estates of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. With hand-painted detailing drawn
In addition to the major sights of Munich we visit the most modern soccer stadium in Europe, the Allianz Arena venue for the World Soccer Championship 2006. A visit to the FC Bayern Grounds will follow. On match days no visit to the Allianz Arena possible. As an alternative we visit the VIP area of the Olympic Stadium and Olympic Park.
We will analyse the day to day of the prisoners in the concentration camp. An educational way to learn from history, avoiding sensationalism, with the greatest respect for the victims, and with accredited guides and trained and trained therein.
This tour introduces you to the most beautiful and most outstanding sights of Munich and then takes you to the film studios on the southern city fringes where you learn about the studio premises´ long tradition and you are invited to view what goes on behind the scenes of television and motion picture sets.
Driving through the village of Dachau we reach the former concentration camp. Plenty of time to visit the memorial site, the museum and the documentary film. Explanations to the memorial site on the bus, no guided tour on site. Visitors are asked to respect the dignity of the site by wearing appropriate attire.
After a scenic drive along the German Alpine Road through impressive valleys, we reach Berchtesgaden. Once up on the Obersalzberg mountain, you have the opportunity to visit the NS-Documentation Center. A special bus and an elevator tunneled straight through rock then bring you up to the Eagle´s Nest (usually open by the middle of May), built by the Nazi party for Hitler´s 50th birthday.
On the largest of the Bavarian lakes, Chiemsee, we take a boat ride to the Herreninsel. Here you visit Ludwig´s II. castle, a replica of the palace of Versailles. We continue by boat to Fraueninsel. Time to visit the Benedictine church and a walk on the island.
Our Express Circle tour is perfect for travellers with limited time. It shows you the highlights of Munich in one of our open air double-decker buses.
With our GRAND CIRCLE tour you discover Munich in our blue open air double-decker bus. Know this city's past epochs with its great monuments as well as the modern cosmopolitan city. Besides the City Centre the tour shows you Nymphenburg Palace, Olympic Park, the BMW World and Schwabing/Siegestor. Various Hop-On Hop-Off stops make the tour the ultimate Munich experience.
We will look for the original settings, entering the courthouse, where the regimeÂ´s opponents were judged, as well as other buildings erected by the Nazis to consolidate their power, such as the Haus der Kunst or House of Art and the building that housed the Office of the Führer. Without forgetting the monuments dedicated to resistance and war victims.
This tour is guiding you along some of Bavarias most beautiful lakes, though the Karwendel Mountains to Innsbruck, city of the "golden roof" in Austria. One of the highlights of this extraordinary trip is surely the visit of SwarovskiÂ´s "World of Crystal". At Innsbruck you have enough time to visit sightseeing of the historical centre.
Our trip through the Chiemgau gives you a beautiful view on the Lower Bavarian Alps. In Salzburg, the city of Mozart, we will have enough time for shopping and a walk through the picturesque old city. On Lake Wolfgangsee, possibility of a boat ride to the White Horse Inn and a visit to the pilgrim church. Know also the Mondsee lake, which was the setting of the movie "Sound of Music".
Two of the most precious jewels of Bavaria can be seen during this trip . The dream castle Linderhof with its fantastic grotto and the moorish pavillon which can be visited during our two hours stay. We travel on to Oberammergau , world-famous for its Pa ssion Plays, the woodcarvers and the richly painted houses. Time for sightseeing, shopping and a coffee break .
Join us on a behind-the-scenes excursion to the Paulaner brewery. Experienced master brewers provide you with fascinating information about the beer, which is brewed according to the original Bavarian "Order of Purity, Europes oldest food law. After the guided tour you are invited to sample the beer and enjoy a little snack.
Our evening tour takes you through the illuminated Munich. You will enjoy a Bavarian evening with music and dinner in the famous Hofbräuhaus followed by a trip up the Olympic Tower to view the city lights. A drink in the Nightclub will round out the evening.
Each of our tours begins with a 30-minute orientation session in the plaza and park next to our office. We will practice on the Segways so that everyone feels comfortable and ready to go out and conquer Berlin. The Segway is appropriate for virtually anyone aged 15 and older, provided they possess a motor vehicle license of any kind. Minors under the age of 18 must either be accompanied by an adult or have an adult complete our insurance paperwork in advance of the tour.
The fantasy world of Ludwig II, known as "" The Mad King "". Near the Alps, in the woods, visit the Linderhof Palace, where we will know the story of its creator, Ludwig II of Bavaria. This stunning example of French influence and Rococo was the only palace that the King was finished. After passing through the village of Oberammergau, renowned for its beautiful frescoes and its long tradition of wood carving, we drive to Neuschwanstein Castle. History, fables and legends help us enjoy the castle that once inspired Walt Disney.
Along the Romantic Road we first reach Harburg, one of the oldest, biggest and best preserved castles of Southern Germany. Through the Swabian crater landscape passing Dinkelsbühl we arrive in Rothenburg, the most perfectly preserved medieval town in Europe. Time for sightseeing, lunch and shopping. Via the Hallertau, the world largest hop-growing area we return to Munich.
Visit alpine jewel and its historic center, one of the best preserved in central Europe. Bordering the Alps, Austria reach the city, scene of the famous musical "The Sound of Music". Salzburg, declared World Heritage Site, is located between two hills and amid spectacular scenery. We'll show you the stunning gardens of Mirabell Palace, the birthplace and residence of Mozart, the Royal Residence and countless later Baroque treasures. We will also visit the lakes area, Salzkammergut, where you can
Join us on this combined bus and walking tour to those historically significant locations which were important for the origins of National Socialism as well as the German resistance movement.
Discover more than 8 centuries of history of the Bavarian capital in just 3.5 hours. Know all the attractions of the historic center and the most hidden corners. It is a fun and comprehensive overview of the history of the city, from its origins until the exciting XX century.
After visiting Ettal Monastery, we drive to Garmisch - Partenkirchen and on to Eibsee where we take the cable car to the summit of the Zugspitze (9.788 ft.). On a clear day you can see over a thousand Bavarian, Austrian, Swiss and Italian mountain peaks. Finally, we will descent by cogwheel train.