About The City Sightseeing Munich Tour:
The City Sightseeing Munich bus tour is a fully narrated journey around all the finest landmarks and attractions at the heart of the Bavarian capital. From the upper deck of your open-top bus you'll have the best vantage point on the road and complete freedom to hop on and off at any point along the three routes.
A comprehensive itinerary will take you from the gardens of Nymphenburg Palace in the west all the way to Haidhausen, otherwise known as the 'French Quarter', in the east. Elsewhere, you'll be placed within easy walking distance of some of city's top spots, including: Marienplatz, Frauenkirche and Englischer Garten.
- All year round, Daily.
- Digital Audio: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Danish, Swedish and Norwegian.
help Route Information:
- A full list of tour timings, stops and durations are contained in the Map Download - View Here.
- Audio Guide (Headphones Included).
- Printed Tour Map & Leaflet.
The full tour is split into three separate routes (details below) which you are free to jump between at any operational hour during the ticket validity period. All three routes begin at Munich Central Station.
pin_drop | 12 Stops:
- 1) Hauptbahnhof (Central Station).
- 2) Odeonsplatz.
- 3) Oper.
- 4) Marienplatz.
- 5) Haidhausen.
- 6) Stachus.
- 7) Neuhausen.
- 8) Nymphenburg.
- 9) Olympiapark.
- 10) Englischer Garten.
- 11) Schwabing.
- 12) Pinakotheken.
Munich 'City Tour' Route:
The first route, otherwise called the 'City Tour' focuses on the central and eastern portions of the city centre. Drop off points on the city tour include the iconic Marienplatz, Munich's main square; the Bavarian State Opera and Haidhausen.
Munich 'Nymphenburg-Olympia Tour' Route:
The 'Nymphenburg-Olympia Tour' heads west towards the sprawling gardens and marvelous baroque architecture of Nymphenburg palace, where you'll be set down a short yet picturesque walk from the main building. When you've taken all the time you need the next stop is Olympiapark, hosting site for the 1972 Summer Olympics, and now a venue for numerous cultural, social and religious events.
Munich 'Schwabing Tour' Route:
The 'Schwabing Tour' takes a north-easterly road through the shops, bars, restaurants and clubs of bohemian Munich. You will also be dropped off next to the 910 acre English Park and the Pinakotheken art museums.