Munich by night offers a completely different experience than day time. Since the city is brimming with countless clubs, bars, and non-stop entertainment at night – the night tour in Munich is a vacation requisite to experience to make your stay in city worthwhile.
Night tour in Munich will give you a more unique perspective about the city, its culture, tradition, and its hospitable people.
Aside from this talked about night tour in Munich, other tour options to choose from includes Photography Tour where you can create personalized with a private photo shoot. Then there’s also the Walking and Biking Tour, and Kid Friendly Tours as well. You can book your tour here.
The night tour will take an approximately 4 hours. It includes touring some popular squares, fountains, monuments, and the experience of seeing the city in its panoramic view.
Stopovers at the Night Tour in Munich
Departure time will be at 7:30 pm at Central Munich. First stop would be at the famous Hofbrauhaus for dinner. It’s a beer hall composed of a ballroom and outdoor Wirtsgarten, and its menu features traditional Bavarian cuisine. Such includes the Brezn (soft pretzel), Obatzda (cheese dip), Hax’n, and famous sausages such as Bratwurst and Weisswurst. Of course, it’s best paired with brews like Helles and Dunkles served in a Maß, Weißbier, and wine.
Next you’ll be touring is the Olympic Tower where you’ll get to see the breathtaking panoramic view of Munich. This 955-feet tower houses a Michelin-star restaurant and museum which holds memorabilia of music royalties like The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, and Queen. In case you’re not on tour and wanted to come back in this establishment, we recommend you try dining at Restaurant 181. Here, you’ll experience meals of the highest standard made by their executive chef, Otto Koch. Locals suggest you visit they Olympic Tower before sunset to watch the sun sets over the city.
If you want to immerse in the rich beer culture in Munich, you may book a Beer and Brewery Tours also at viator. In this unique tour, guests can visit the city’s beer garden, the Beer and Oktoberfest Museum, where they’ll learn the time-honored techniques of German brewing. Now, how cool is that?
Plus! You’d get to be introduced to pubs around the area. So expect to have a great time along with other tourists you’re with during you night tour in Munich.
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