10. Munich: Highlights Private Bike Tour with Licensed Guide
Hop on a bike and explore the historical, cultural, and architectural highlights of Munich with a 5-Stars Private Guide who knows the best bike routes. Avoid large crowds and traffic as you explore the Old Town, Museum Quarter, English Garden and other fabulous nature sites. Fall in love with the city like never before! The 2-hour tour covers an easy cycling route that is suitable for all fitness levels. After choosing the right bike for yourself at the bike rental shop, follow your Private Guide to Marienplatz, the bustling heart of Munich’s Old Town, featuring the New Town Hall as well as the Old Town Hall. See also the famous 16th-century beer hall Hofbräuhaus and St Peter, the city’s oldest church, and make a stop at the 200-year-old Victuals Market. At every turn you will discover historical buildings and monuments, such as the medieval city gate Sendlinger Tor, the ornate Asamkirche, St Michael's Church and Frauenkirche (Munich Cathedral). Cycle past the magnificent Residenze and State Opera to Odeonsplatz, and immerse yourself in Munich’s complex history. Choose the 4-hour tour to discover more must-see sights and hidden gems of Munich. This extended bike route includes additional sights such as the Wittelsbach Fountain at Maximiliansplatz, the Palace of Justice in Alter Botanischer Garten, and the amazing neoclassical monuments and museums at Königsplatz. Discover the highlights of the museum quarter and cycle along Ludwigstraße, the royal boulevard with grand architecture and the famous 19th-century triumphal arch Siegestor. Challenge yourself to the 6-hour tour for the most intensive experience. This bike tour includes the best sights and nature sites in Munich. There is no better place to explore on bike than the expansive, 18th-century, urban park known as the English Garden, where you will find highlights such as a replica Greek temple and the scenic Eisbach River. You may even spot some naked sunbathers! Cross Isar, Munich’s main river to enjoy cycling through a quiet, residential neighborhood as well as a park setting of Maximilianeum, home of the Bavarian State Parliament. There will even be a time for a short break and a local snack (at your own expense).