While the Oktoberfest does not start until Saturday the 22nd September, if you are thinking of visiting, then now is the time to start making your arangements. Those in the know are aware that Munich hotel accommodation needs to be booked well in advance.

As well as hotel accommodation, it’s well worth booking your Munich tours in advance. 

We have a super selection of Munich tıurs and here is our pick of those with a little something different to offer;

Come face to face with Munich’s dark side and, with the help of your guide, uncover the city’s medieval past when torture and macabre murders were once rife. It’s the perfect night for fans of the paranormal and spooky history.

Haunts that you will visit include Marienplatz central square, where public executions and witch-burnings once took place, and the Gothic Frauenkirche Cathedral. You’ll also explore Munich’s Old

Town (Altstadt), listening to tales of torture and murder while sneaking around its shadowy alleyways.

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Visit the fairy book Royal Castles of Neuschwanstein and Linderhof

Tucked away in the seclusion of the Bavarian mountains, King Ludwig II built two dream castles, Neuschwanstein and Linderhof. This day tour from Munich allows you to explore both of these breathtaking castles.  Neuschwanstein may seem familiar because it was the inspiration for Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty Castle.

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The Munich bike tour is a fun way to meet other travellers and explore parts of Munich that you might not otherwise visit

This is a great way to get your bearings around the city.  The bike tour starts at the central station and takes in the great neo-classical plazas, Konigsplatz and Odeonsplatz.  Cycle through the picturesque royal gardens and on into the magnificent Englischer Garten where there is a stop at the famous Chinese Tower beer garden for refreshments.  Continue along the banks of the river Isar, before finally heading back into the heart of Munich’s Old Town.

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