Visit Neuschwanstein Castle, Linderhof Palace, and the forest-ringed village of Oberammergau in one easy day trip from Munich. After leaving your city hotel, travel with your own private driver-guide into the heart of Bavaria where fairytale castles and picturesque villages beckon. Prebooked skip-the-line tickets are included to save you time at the admission desks, and you discover the history of each site through commentary from your guide.
During this all-inclusive, overnight camping trip, you’ll celebrate Munich’s Springfest—the springtime version of Oktoberfest. Sleep comfortably in pre-erected tents, and enjoy a tasty group breakfast and dinner. Travel to the festival grounds to spend the day drinking beer, digging into local Bavarian delicacies, and trying your hand at carnival rides. Then, head to the Stoke campsite for a legendary party with live music and tasty BBQs.
We will walk with you through the old Munich in which there are many architectural and cultural monuments, we will see cathedrals, palaces. Visit the most famous places such as the Zendlinsky Gate and the New Town Hall, as well as visit the oldest restaurant in the city, Hackerhaus, where we can have dinner or have a cup of tea. In the evening we are waiting for a visit to the most famous beer
Andechs is a favorite of locals for good reason. With views of the Alps, a fine Baroque church and a bustling beer hall serving up some of the finest Bavaria dishes anywhere, it's easy to see why. The monk's home-brewed beer is world renowned and there's no better place to drink it than onsite.
Join Beer Hiking Bavaria author as he takes you along the Way of St. James en route to the hilltop Andechs monastery.
Murnau is a charming town with views of the Alps and two fine small breweries. Located on the large and beautiful Lake Staffelsee, there are numerous hiking trails. The Dragon's Way is one of the most scenic, taking in both mountain views and lake shore walking.
Join Beer Hiking Bavaria author Rich Carbonara as he takes you on the Dragon's Way and finishes up at a one of his favorite breweries for a meal and well-deserved beer. This is what life in Bavaria is all about.