Munich Guided Full-Day Tour from Frankfurt

 

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Description

Enjoy a full-day excursion to Munich, the beautiful capital of Bavaria. Take a sightseeing trip and see sights, including the Cathedral Church of our Lady, the world’s largest beer hall, Hofbrauhaus and more!

Cancellation Policy

  • Any cancellations made after 08:30 local time, 1 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

Activity Detail

Pricing Details

Prices Starts From:01-01-2018   Ends On:01-01-2038    Available Days:   All Days
Adult (Age 13 & up) $529
Child (Age 0-12) $346

Inclusion

  • Bavarian beer and sausages
  • Admission
  • Transportation fee
  • English-speaking guide/driver
  • Snacks

Start Timings

  • 08:30

Duration

  • 14 (hrs)

Restrictions

  • If less than 4 participants are booked, the activity may not operate.

Additional Notes

  • For a small group tour up to 8 people, an English-speaking driver/guide will hold the tour. For larger groups over 9 people, a bus will be provided and there will be a bus driver and a tour guide.
  • The activity schedule is subject to change or cancellation due to weather or traffic conditions.

Dressing & Items to Bring

  • Printed VELTRA voucher

Schedule

Munich Guided Full-Day Tour from Frankfurt
07:15:00 Pick-up from Specific Hotels in Frankfurt or Check-in at ETS GmbH Office

Day: Day1
08:30:00 Munich
Start your tour in Munich and have the option to take a stroll in the city or see popular sights such as the Cathedral Church of Our Lady, the famous Hofbrauhaus which is the world’s largest beer hall, the English Garden, Nymphenburg Castle, Deutsches Museum, the Old Pinakothek and more.
Day: Day1
Marienplatz
Known as the main city square, Marienplatz was named after the column that was built to celebrate the end of the Swedish occupation. See the famous New Town Hall and catch the famous Glockenspiel where elaborate life-sized figures reenact Bavaria's history.
Day: Day1
Munich Residenz
Continue to the Munich Residenz. It was once the royal palace of Bavaria's monarchs, the Wittelsbachs. The Munich Residenz is Germany's largest city palace known for its Rococo and Neo-Classic architecture and 130 rooms.
Day: Day1
22:00:00 Drop-off at Specific Hotels in Frankfurt or Check-out at ETS GmbH Office

Day: Day1

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