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The natural habitat of well-heeled power dressers and Lederhosen-clad thigh-slappers, Mediterranean-style street cafes and Mitteleuropa beer halls, highbrow art and high-tech industry, Germany’s unofficial southern capital is a flourishing success story that revels in its own contradictions. If you’re looking for Alpine clichés, they’re all here, but the Bavarian metropolis has many an unexpected card down its Dirndl.

But whatever else this city is, it’s popular. Statistics show Munich is enticing more visitors than ever, especially in summer and during Oktoberfest, when the entire planet seems to arrive to raise a toast to the town.




Munich Segway Tour

Cruise effortlessly through Munich's parks and sidewalks as you view the sights by Segway! Aboard the self-balancing, personal transportation device that's designed to operate in any pedestrian environment, your Munich Segway Tour is limited to a maximum of 8 participants per guide, so you can count on an extremely personal experience.


BMW Plant Tours

If you like cars, be sure not to miss a tour of BMW's state-of-the-art plant. The tours in English and German last 2½ hours and take in the entire production process. Booking well ahead is essential, especially in summer.



Wine tasting is popular in the wine cellars of this evocatively named valley. Try ruby-red Bull’s Blood or any of the whites: Leányka, Olaszrizling and Hárslevelű from nearby Debrő. The choice of wine cellars can be a bit daunting so walk around and have a look yourself. The valley is a little over 1km southwest across Rte 25 and off Király utca.


Augustiner Keller

Every year this leafy 5000-seat beer garden, about 500m west of the Hauptbahnhof, buzzes with fairy-lit thirst-quenching activity from the first sign that spring may have gesprungen. The ancient chestnuts are thick enough to seek refuge under when it rains, or else lug your mug to the actual beer cellar, small playground.


Munich Christmas Market Tour

Get swept up in the festive atmosphere of the Christmas markets in Munich, Germany, on this family-friendly tour. Your guide will explain the history and displays at various Christmas markets around Munich's Old Town including Christkindlmarkt in Marienplatz, the Christmas village at the Munich Residenz and the Medieval Market near Odeonsplatz. Admire beautiful Nativity scenes, shop for hand-crafted gifts, and savor hot mulled wine (Glühwein) as you discover the best of the more than 20 Christmas markets in Munich.


Munich by Night and Dinner at Hofbrauhaus

Passing by the beautifully illuminated monuments, fountains, and buildings of Munich, you will arrive at the Hofbrauhaus. At the world famous Hofbrauhaus you will be treated to an evening of Bavarian entertainment with musical shows and dinner.


Munich City Tour including FC Bayern Soccer Grounds Visit

Are you a fan of FC Bayern Munich? After a city tour of Munich, experience the Allianz Arena, constructed for the 2006 Soccer World Cup and home ground for FC Bayern Munich, followed by a stop at the Fan Club Shop.

Begin with a one-hour Munich Sightseeing Tour for a great overview of Munich. You'll cross Konigsplatz, and pass the renowned art galleries Lenbachhaus, Old and New Pinakothek.


Hard Rock Cafe Munich

The famous German city of Munich is jammed with thriving culture including vibrant art and awe-inspiring museums. 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 Hard Rock Cafe Munich and get some good ol' American cooking and a cold beer.


Ettal Monastery and Zugspitze Day Tour from Munich

Visit the 14th century Ettal Monastery, then spend the afternoon exploring Zugspitze, Germany's highest peak, soaring to 9,788 feet (2,962 meters). Take the cable car up and the cogwheel train back down to appreciate the full alpine experience. With departure at 10:15am, you can even have a sleep in!


Art of Stealing: Live Escape Game in Munich

The Art of Stealing: Live Escape Game in Munich is made for 2 up to 6 fellow participants staying in one room which is broadly equipped with catchy objects, interesting items and magical pieces of furniture. You and your teammates are to follow the hints given to solve the riddle and win the challenge.


Walk on The Roof

Can't make it to the Alps for a high-altitude clamber? Don’t Worry. Just head to the Olympic Stadium for a walk on the roof. Yup, the roof; that famously contorted steel and Plexiglas confection is ready for its close-up. Just like in the mountains, you'll be roped and hooked up to a steel cable as you clamber around under the eagle-eyed supervision of an experienced guide showering you with fascinating details about the stadium's architecture and construction. Unusual perspectives are guaranteed, but the vertigo-prone might want to take a pass on this one. The minimum age is 10 and expeditions last two hours. Wear rubber-soled shoes.


Surfing in the Eisbach

At the southern tip of the Englischer Garten you'll see scores of people leaning over a bridge to cheer on wetsuit-clad daredevils as they 'hang 10' on an artificially created wave in the Eisbach. It's only a single wave, but it's a damn fine one. The surfers are such an attraction that the tourist office includes them in its brochures.