Your private guide will pick you up from your hotel. First, we drive to the highest mountain in Germany, Zugspitze, 2962 meters (9,718 ft.), above sea-level. We will take the cable car to the top, with the breathtaking views at the sharing summit between Germany and Austria.
Afterward, we drive to Garmisch-Partenkirchen, two towns were forcibly grafted together in 1935, in order to host the next year’s Winter Olympics 1936. In Garmisch, have a look at the Baroque church of St. Martin. Alternatively, you might browse through the elegant boutiques and find the perfect souvenir. Free time for lunch and shopping. Then, In Partenkirchen, we go to visit the Olympic Stadium and walk on the tracks of history to explore Ludwigstrasse (Ludwig’s Street) with its magnificent house paintings. Later, after enjoying your private tour in Garmisch and Zugspitze, we drive back to your hotel.
|DEPARTURES||From Füssen & Munich|
|DURATION||From 9:00 am till 6:00 pm approx.|
|PRICE FORM||** €150 per adult (excl. service fee) from Füssen
** €170per adult (excl. service fee) from Munich
Children up to 17 years old pay €79 per child.
*Prices are subject to change depending on group size, the total price will be shown by the booking.
Directly bookable online for groups of up to 7 people.
Tours for larger groups are available on request.
Excellent Day Tour
David was our tour guide, and he was fantastic, polite, friendly and funny!
He made the day relaxing and was happy to do what we wanted. Traveling with David was like traveling with a friend.
We highly recommend this tour and David, and hope to travel with him again in the future.
Immerse yourself in Bavarian culture on an exclusive tour from Munich.
This tour is an excellent deal for travelers who have limited time and want a unique experience. Your private guide picks you up in Munich and takes you to the top of Germany – Zugspitze, with panoramic views over 400 mountain peaks. Walk the streets of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, the site of the 1936 Olympics. Immerse yourself in Bavarian chocolate, learning about the transformation from bean to bar. Bring home a hand-molded chocolate bar.
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