Travel From Munich
Munich, the capital of Bavaria and the third largest city in Germany, lies on the River Isar on the fringes of the Bavarian Alps. The Germans in this city are very elegant; they know how to live a luxurious life.
The first thing to do in Munich is to understand the local lifestyle and tune into the pace of this mysterious city. Visiting the numerous tourist attractions, museums, galleries, parks, and restaurants, expect to spend at least a few days exploring the Bavarian region with day trips from Munich.
Travel from Munich with BestTrips
After a few days in Munich we always recommend our customers to take day trips from Munich and discover the surrounding area, and one of the best day trips from Munich is visit fairytale, Neuschwanstein Castle.
Is located outside of Munich, and it will take you up to 2 hours to get there with Best Trips. Be sure it’s worth visiting, as I think you will remember a one day trip from Munich to Neuschwanstein most of all.
Discover impressive medieval and the most popular and interesting destination for tourists Rothenburg ob der Tauber during the day trips from Munich in winter. The distance Munich—Rothenburg ob der Tauber is about 240 km, so you can get there in approximately 3 hours.
In winter time Rothenburg ob der Tauber is very beautiful, small Christmas market in the main square invite all visitors to taste delicious hot wine and Bavarian sausages.
The weather in this place is favorable almost all year round, but it is better to go there from May to October, or closer to Christmas when the Christmas Fair in Rothenburg ob der Tauber is opened.
Tailor-made Tour of Europe – Travel from Munich
With our tailor-made tours from Munich, you will experience the best places in the Bavaria region. You will admire the beauty of nature near Neuschwanstein Castle and visit fascinating Fussen. You will try local cuisine, experience local traditions and discover the treasures King Ludwig.
You can travel from Munich to Nuremberg – the second largest city in Bavaria. The former imperial city and capital of tacit Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation. The city is famous for its unusual fountains, the largest Christmas market in Germany, cakes that are prepared without flour, Nuremberg sausages on the grill, the famous Franconian wines and many others.
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Bavaria, which is called the “beer land”, is considered one of the most visited by tourists. People visit Oktoberfest, Neuschwanstein Castle, and the snowy Alps much more often than other cities in Germany.