Transfer prices

  • Munich — Salzburg — 250 EUR
  • Munich — Berchtesgaden — 250 EUR
  • Munich — Schoenau am Koenigssee — 250 EUR
  • Munich — Bad Reichenhall — 250 EUR
  • Munich — Ramsau — 250 EUR
  • Munich — Traunstein — 220 EUR
  • Munich — Rosenheim — 160 EUR
  • Munich — any other route — on request

The price is valid for Munich city and Munich Airport for 3 persons + 3 luggage items. — business class vehicle. Exact price may vary depending on additional services required


Top 10 to visit in Munich

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Frauenkirche

Frauenkirche
The Cathedral Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche) is Munich’s most famous church and its two towers are unmistakable landmarks of the city. We have summarized all you need to know about the Frauenkirche here.

Nymphenburg Palace

Nymphenburg
Travel back in time to the age of the Bavarian monarchy: the extensive park with its pavilions, promenades along the palace canals, enormous fountains, magnificent flower gardens and, of course, impressive palace buildings is a source of fascination for Munich natives and tourists alike.

Marienplatz

Marienplatz
The heartbeat of Munich: Marienplatz (St. Mary’s Square), the world-famous center of the state capital, is home to the New Town Hall. No matter the time of year, there’s always something happening near the Mariensäule (Column of St. Mary)..

Karlsplatz (Stachus)

Karlsplatz (Stachus)
Karlsplatz, better known as Stachus, is formed by the Karlstor gate with a semicircle of rondell buildings on both sides and serves as the entryway to Munich’s largest pedestrian zone. The saying German “Da geht’s ja zu wie am Stachus” has spread beyond Munich throughout Bavaria as a way to describe a place where there’s lots going on.

Deutsches Museum

Deutsches Museum
The largest museum of technology in the world: The German Museum of Masterpieces of Science and Technology, as it’s officially called, is both a traditional museum and a modern, hands-on facility. Visitors can get involved with demonstrations, experiments and media stations, where they can press buttons, flip levers and switches and touch many of the exhibits.

BMW Welt

BMW Welt
BMW Welt is BMW’s very own experience and delivery center – where the company’s future and its history meet. Guests are invited to explore the exhibitions, which feature models from all BMW Group brands, and the facility offers tours, restaurants and souvenir shops.

Alte Pinakothek

Alte Pinakothek
A world-class gallery: The Alte Pinakothek (Old Pinakothek) in Munich is home to an outstanding collection of European paintings, stretching from the 14th to the 18th century. More than 700 paintings are displayed in 19 halls and 47 cabinets. Art lovers have been admiring the museum’s impressive exhibitions, spread out over two floors, since 1836, when the building designed by architect Leo von Klenze first opened.

Neue Pinakothek

Neue Pinakothek
In between, a fascinating overview of the eras of European art awaits visitors, exhibiting pieces from the Enlightenment to early modernity. The museum is home to nearly 400 world famous paintings and sculptures, such as “Sunflowers” by Vincent van Gogh, Spitzweg’s “The Poor Poet”, Piloty’s 35-square meter “Triumph of Germanicus” and portrait of King Ludwig I in full Regalia, representing European art from the late 18th and 19th centuries and the early 20th century.

Hofbräuhaus

Hofbrauhaus
German “Gemütlichkeit” and traditional beer drinking rituals are paramount at the Hofbrauhaus on the Platzl in Munich. The regional cuisine, music, folk dances, waiters in costume and historic atmosphere draw thousands of Munich natives and visitors from all over the world every day. Although locations have been opened in Las Vegas and other cities, the imposing Neo-Renaissance building on the Platzl square in Munich remains unique. The interior has space to serve up to 3,000 guests, and additionally up to 400 seating places in the open-air beer garden outside. 

Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest
Munich Oktoberfest, called the «Wiesn» (meadow) by locals, is the world’s largest folk festival. First held in 1810 to celebrate the marriage of King Ludwig I and Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen, the festival has now become one of the top highlights of the Munich calendar. More than six million guests from all over the world flock to Munich every year to attend the two-week festival on the Theresienwiese. Opened on the 200th anniversary of Oktoberfest in 2010, the Oide Wiesn (Old Wiesn) is the perfect place to experience a traditional Oktoberfest as it was once celebrated on a separate, adjacent site.