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Panoramic Hop-On Hop-Off Tour of Munich by Double-Decker Bus
"Explore the highlights of Munich at your own pace. See Nymphenburg Palace Olympic Park the English Garden the historic Old Town Odeonsplatz Marienplatz and more as you travel aboard a comfortable double-decker bus. Enjoy the full one hour loop or start hopping on and off immediately. Take advantage of the 24 or 48 hour pass along with other upgrades.This tour offers commentary on the bus in ""
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Munich 2-Hour Segway Tour: Historic Center and English Garden
"Your tour begins with a short introduction to driving a Segway. Try out the Segway scooter on the paths in the English Garden. In this historic center of the Bavarian capital you will discover nature as well as culture: ride through one of the largest parks in the world and alongside the Isar river to the top highlights of Munich.See further sights like Munich's old town Odeonsplatz Hofgarten Victory Gate Leopoldstraße the Maximilianeum and Peace Angel. Your guide will tell you all about the exciting history and the sights of Munich as well as the history of the city itself. The tour ends back at the starting point."
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Munich City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"Munich Grand Hop on Hop off TourEnjoy Munich in our open air double-decker buses. Discover the highlights of our city with our comprehensive Hop on Hop off tour. Our route invites you to discover sights such as the Pinakotheken art museums the world famous Hofbrauhaus the National Theater with the Royal Palace Marienplatz and the Viktualien market with its colorful outdoor stalls.Our tour continues to the Palace of Nymphenburg the former summer residence of the Bavarian elector princes and kings with its beautiful and spacious gardens. To get an impression of modern Munich you will visit the Olympic grounds where you will find other attractions like Sea Life the BMW museum and the new BMW Car World. You will have a fantastic panoramic view from the top of the 290 meter high Olympic Tower. Later we will pass through the former artist quarter of Schwabing where you may stroll along Leopold street. The frequent
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The Eibsee

Just past Ettal is a magnificent lake called the Eibsee. Even from the pictures taken on this cloudy day, you can see that the views are tremendous. In 1994, you could pull over at any number of free parking places. It is my understanding that, while the parking places are still there, they're no longer free.

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travelfrosch
Aug 28, 2012

Kloster Ettal

About a 2 hour drive south of Munich, in the heart of the Bavarian Alps, is the village of Ettal. The primary attraction is the monastery. While this monastery also brews beer and its famous liquorice-flavored "Kloster Liqueur," the reason to come here is the magnificent church. Even if you aren't religious, a special treat is to attend the "Vesper," a special religious service in which the monks chant in unison. Vesper is held daily at 18:00; services are held in Latin on special occasions. Take a look at the schedule of religious services (German only) for details.

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travelfrosch
Feb 18, 2012

A random mountain - any ideas which one it is?

It was at thi spoint in our trip, we think our friends in the other car drove past us and carried on to innsbruk. having a stronger sense of reality - we figured that we would not make it to innsbruk and then back up to Stuttgart in time to catch the plane home.
We were right - how we laughed as we boarded the plane knowing they were still 30 minutes away ...........chuckle chuckle

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stevehallam
Feb 22, 2005

bloody freezing

When we finally got into the mountains we jumped in the first decent size lake we came to. It was bloody freezing. If anyone recognises the lake - I'd love to know its name. It was on our trip from Munich to Innsbruck (we never got as far as Innsbruk)

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Feb 22, 2005
 
 
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Olympic ski stadium

If you are in the vicinity of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, visit the Olympic ski stadium. Even in the summer (I was there in August) you can see some activity like this junior tournament. The town is loacted south of Munich, just before the Austrian border.

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Bregman
Feb 19, 2005

Mittenwald - the stop after Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Overshadowed by its more famous and fancy cousin Garmisch, Mittenwald is a real gem of a town that receives little limelight it deserves.

Muncheners enjoy an outing to this little town, in particular the few lakes around the area, which make good bathing spots after a short mountainous hike.

Also, you could try the einzel sesselbahn that is actually a ski-lift - with minimal safety harness! But the view is definitely worth the hazard!

wildstrawberries
Sep 07, 2003

On top of the alps in one day

If you are tired of the city traffic and want to spend a day "in the green", like the germans say, you can go by train to the nearest mountain of the alps: the Brauneck near Lenggries. Simply buy a train ticket at Hauptbahnhof or Harras. The trip to Lenggries takes about 1 and a half hour. From there you can walk to the Brauneck and climb on top in about 3 hours. On a bright day you might even see Munichs dust cloud on the horizon when standing on the summit. Occasionally you can watch paragliders take off. If your feet hurt too much simply take the Kabinenbahn back to Lenggries.
Trains to Lenggries and back leave every 2 hours.

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Sorikaga
Aug 21, 2003

You can get glimpses of the...

You can get glimpses of the Alps from all over Munich but for the real views it's worth a trip to Garmisch and the Zugspitze. It is the highest mountain in Germany at nearly 3000 metres and it is less than 1 and a half hours away by train. You can buy a combined ticket from Munich station that will allow you to go right to the summit on a thrilling cable car. The ticket costs up to 46 Euro. I would suggest checking whether the cable car is running by looking at the Zugspitze internet site. I didn't and we found that on this occasion we could only go part of the way up on the train due to severe storms (we weren't offered a refund of any part of the ticket - so your trip could be disappointing and expensive if you don't check first.)There are several cafe's doing internet access, including Easy at Bahnhofsplatz 1. The internet address for the Zugspitze is http://www.zugspitze.de/english/index.html. (click on 'weather' to see what is running)

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Sep 08, 2002
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When you will comming to...

When you will comming to Munich you'll sure pass throught many winter resorts, lovely towns known from TV transmissions of winter sports. Me and my friend stopped in Kitzbuehel, famous for it's downhill track. Just see on your own eyes where from all those brave lads ski for their honour and medals.

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andreslo2000
Aug 26, 2002

Quite honestly due to it's...

Quite honestly due to it's size Germany is not a country where you can be very much 'Off the Beaten Path'. However, there a places in Upper Bavaria where you can't resist looking up (or down). Thus you don't realize the crowd around you and start believing in God; even if you have never done before. The sky is mostly blue and white (Bavarian Flag) and the lakes are clean.

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Prosperity
Aug 25, 2002

Hoher Kranz-Berg at 1391m is...

Hoher Kranz-Berg at 1391m is an easy access mountain with about 1,5 hours walk from Mittenwald. The best place to start Your mountain hiking hobby! Nice views towards Kranzberg and down to the valley.

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Diplomat
Aug 24, 2002

Ettal is just a bit further up...

Ettal is just a bit further up the road towards the Alps and near the Passion Play center of Oberammergau. The village is dominated by a lovely monastery that brews it's own beer, including a fabulous dunkles.

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Aug 24, 2002

Things to Do Near Munich

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Odeonsplatz

So much see here at the Odeonsplatz.The Residenz ,Feldherrenhalle,Theatinerkirche etc......The Ludwigstrasse starts at the Odeonsplatz and ends at the Siegestor.This grand boulevard has Italian style...
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Alte Pinakothek

Inaugurated in 1836, the Alte Pinakothek is one of the oldest art museums in the world. It was commissioned by King Ludwig I of Bavaria who employed the architect Leo von Klenze to design a building...
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Staatliches Museum Aegyptischer Kunst - State Museum of Egyptian Art

Strolling down the road I came to the Residenz, the old palace of royalty in the city and fairly hard to miss if you're in the area. Curiousity led me to explore some of the architecture and thus it...
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Bayerisches Nationalmuseum

Ok, now that I write this, in August 2016, we all northern hemispherers still celebrate summer (or how summer behaves this year), it is too early to think about Christmas. But Christmas comes soon, so...
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Residence - Residenz

The Munich Residence is a complex of buildings and courtyards that was the home of the Wittelsbach dynasty of dukes, electors and finally kings of Bavaria from 1385 to 1918, when the last Wittelsbach...
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Pinakothek der Moderne

It opened in 2002 as one of the world’s largest museums of modern art and as the complement of the other 2 pinakotheks, the neue (new)and the alte(old). It is divided in 3 floors and houses paintings...
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