This tour is perfect for travelers on a tight schedule because it takes just 1 hour to complete an entire loop and see the main sights of the city. But, if you have more time, you can take a more leisurely approach and spend 24 hours exploring the city. Your flexible ticket allows you to jump on and off the bus all day to visit the attractions, catch a bite to eat or go shopping. The choice is yours.
Hop off at Alte Pinakothek to view masterpieces by great artists of the 14th to 18th centuries. Or get out at Marienplatz to see the New Town Hall with its great tower and famous Glockenspiel (or carillon), St. Peter’s Cathedral, the open-air market and the Old Town Hall.
If you want to relax, stop at Karlsplatz (Stachus), once the site of a famous beer garden and a favorite spot for locals to hang out. If you love glamorous shops, get out at Max-Joseph-Platz and wander down Maximilianstraße, Munich’s most famous shopping street.
While you’re traveling on the bus, an informative multi-lingual audio-guide will make sure you don’t miss a thing.
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