3. Salzburg: Day Trip to Munich Private Guided Tour
Enjoy a full-day tour of Munich, Germany from Salzburg, Austria. Thanks to private transfers direct from your accommodation, you can discover the capital of Bavaria and its top attractions in only 1 day. Explore Munich and its sights, art and culture, gastronomy, markets, festivals, and more. Get to know the city with a passionate Local Guide who will tailor the experience to your interests! Choose the 8-hour option to see the best of Munich and visit St. Peter’s Church and Frauenkirche. You will hit the road with a Licensed Driver in a clean, air-conditioned vehicle and meet a Local Guide in Munich. Together, you will stroll around Marienplatz and discover the city’s rich history, from the Middle Ages through World War II to present day. Highlights include the stunning Neo-gothic New Town Hall, the popular Fish’s Fountain, and the elegant interiors of St. Peter’s Church, which is the oldest one in town. You will pass the historic Hofbräuhaus am Platzl, Munich Residence, and Odeonsplatz with its ancient Rome-inspired monuments. Another point of interest will be the reconstructed Frauenkirche, which houses the famous Devil's Footprint. After the guided tour you will have free time for lunch and souvenir shopping before your driver takes you back to Salzburg. Choose the 9-hour option to see the best of Munich and visit Viktualienmarkt, St. Peter’s Church and Frauenkirche. This is your chance to discover the flavors and aromas of German cuisine, as the 200-year-old farmers market is the best place to try regional cheeses, sausages, spices and other local delicacies. The guide will introduce you to German products and recommend the best things for you to taste, such as the famous Oktoberfest beer. Choose the 11-hour option to enrich your adventure with a visit to Munich Residence. This extended tour covers top attractions of Munich, including Viktualienmarkt, St. Peter’s Church, Frauenkirche and the former residence of the Kings of Bavaria. Tickets include the Residenz Palace Museum and Treasury. Explore the Ancestral Gallery, Porcelain Cabinet, Court Chapel and Royal Apartments with an Accredited Guide and discover impressive collections of art, armory, royal jewels, and more.