MY * GUiDE Exclusive Mount ZUGSPITZE & SNOW Much More Tour from Munich

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Mount Zugspitze - a mountain of superlatives: at 2,962 m, the highest mountain in Germany, whose unique 360° panorama allows for breathtaking views of both the lowlands and the Alpine peaks of four countries. Fun & action awaits you in the eternal ice on the Zugspitz glacier, while you experience three world sensations on the ride with the new Zugspitz cable car: the highest cable car support + the greatest difference in height + the longest cable span! The excursion does not have to end with the descent: Your personal, licensed and friendly tour guide will take you in a comfortable VW minivan to other top sights in and around Garmisch-Partenkirchen and explain their historical and current background. Image #3 with friendly Permission © Bayerische Zugspitzbahn/Maximilian Prechtel; #4, 8 and 13 © Bayerische Zugspitzbahn/

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Sightseeing Bavaria Exclusive

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Pass By: Oktoberfest

All of the excursion destinations mentioned here are carefully selected recommendations. Since this is an exclusive tour, you can always bring your own suggestions; We are also happy to adapt to your wishes regarding the length of stay at the individual stops! But now you can look forward to an eventful, informative, but above all an excursion in our new VW Comfort Van - by the side of our friendly and professional tour guide you are in the best hands from the start! ... after we drove past the Theresienwiese - the annual venue of the largest folk festival in the world: the Oktoberfest - we leave Munich and first drive south on the motorway ...

Stop At: Zugspitze

Enjoy an unforgettable day and an overwhelming 360° panorama on Germany's highest mountain. Even the ride on the ultra-modern cable car is a unique experience! Alternatively and/or for the return trip, you can take the cog railway. You can use the glacier cable car between the mountain station of the cog railway and the summit as often as you like. Depending on the snow conditions, you can rent toboggans ("Zipfelbobs") in the 'Sonnalpin' restaurant during the summer months (subject to availability). There or in the highest beer garden in Germany or in one of the other numerous restaurants on the Zugspitze you can enjoy varied meals for every taste. Prices 2022: Adults: € 63.00 / Youth (16 - 18 years): € 50.50 / Children (6 - 15 years): € 32.00 - Discount for families. Reduced prices in winter (mid-November to late April)

Duration: 4 hour

Stop At: Eibsee

Located at the foot of the majestic Zugspitze, the Eibsee is one of the most beautiful alpine lakes. Take a boat trip (in summer), a short walk to the top photo spot Eibseebrücke or walk around with us in about 75 minutes and marvel at the overwhelming mountain panorama and the numerous islands and islets!

Duration: 25 minutes

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Built during the Nazi dictatorship for the 1936 Winter Olympics and remodeled for the planned Winter Olympics in 1940, which failed due to World War II. For this purpose, the two communities Garmisch and Partenkirchen were forcibly merged. Learn from your tour guide Stefan more about the darkest years 1933 - 1945, but also about the current use of the stadium and the ski jumps.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Partnachklamm

OPTIONAL: Please note that the Partnach Gorge may be temporarily closed for maintenance work. We will be happy to inform you! The Partnach Gorge is a fascinating 700 meter (1/2 mile) long and up to 80 meter (260 feet) deep gorge, through which the meltwater of the Zugspitze Glacier rushes. It can be walked on secured paths all year round and is an ideal destination in any weather! Entrance fees (2023) Adults: €7.50 Children (6 - 17 years): € 3.00 From the parking lot to the entrance of the gorge it takes 25 minutes on foot or in the season you can take a horse-drawn carriage (approx. € 20.00 for 4 people each way)

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes

Stop At: Ludwigstrasse

The historic Ludwigstraße in the district Partenkirchen with their colorful murals ("Lüftlmalerei") must have seen! It invites you to stroll, marvel and enjoy. Already 2,000 years ago here was a Roman trade route between Italy and Augsburg.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Schloss Linderhof

OPTIONAL: In the middle of a remote Alpine valley, the Bavarian 'fairytale king' Ludwig II built his most magnificent and at the same time most intimate castle. On the 30-minute guided tour through the rooms furnished in the French Rococo style, it will take your breath away. Other attractions can be visited in the castle park; the famous VENUS GROTTO is CLOSED until probably 2024 due to restoration work, detailed information about the grotto can be found in an exhibition room near the parking lot.) Admission prices adults 2023 (skip-the-line ticket): € 10.00 Children up to 18 years: free entry

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes

Stop At: Oberammergau

Let yourself be fascinated by the most beautiful and famous alpine village in Germany. On a 20-minute guided tour of the town, you can see the famous wall paintings ("Lüftlmalerei"), the wood carvers (which also offer wonderful Christmas cribs), and the Passion Play House, in which the world-famous Passion Play - Corona will not be performed until 2022. Then feel free to explore the place on your own.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Ettal Abbey

Less than a 20-minute drive from Garmisch-Partenkirchen is the historically unique monastery church of the Benedictine Ettal monastery. Learn more about the numerous details of this late Baroque jewel and about the spectacular foundation of the monastery. If you want, you can also enjoy the delicious Ettaler Klosterbier from the in-house brewery.

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: Starnberger See

At a stop at Bavaria's second largest lake, we show you the place to which the incapacitated King Ludwig II was brought the day before his death; not far away, he mysteriously died on June 13, 1886 on the banks of the former castle park. Also nearby is the villa that Ludwig rented for his admired composer Richard Wagner.

Duration: 20 minutes
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