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Located in the shadow of Germany’s tallest peak, the elegant, merged city of Garmisch-Partenkirchen is host to culinary delicacies, historical attractions, and a lovely Alpine ambiance. Discover its highlights on this introductory, half-day tour—with just a private guide for company, you’ll have a personalized way to explore. Meet at the local train station and set off on foot. You’ll discover architectural highlights, will stop in a local chocolate shop, will learn about the region’s history, and more.
Bavaria is known for its beer and fairytale castles, and this day trip from Garmisch-Partenkirchen lets you experience the best of both worlds. After visiting King Ludwig’s Neuschwanstein Castle on a skip-the-line tour, you’ll head to the village of Murnau. Visit a local beer garden and tour the Griesbräu brewery, where you'll have time to raise a stein before your train back to Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
Savor the flavors of Bavaria and enjoy an evening of food and fun on this private half-day brewery day tour in the Alps. Follow a private guide on a sightseeing tour through 12th-century Murnau and gain insight into the Alpine town’s rich history. Along the way, taste a few of the local beers and sample the flavors the residents love. Then, visit a local brewery and learn about the region’s brewing heritage during your guided tour. Following more tastings, receive your official Brewmeister's certificate then enjoy a traditional Bavarian meal.
Welcome to Garmisch, a small town that offers old fashioned Bavarian style and hospitality. Today Garmisch is the number one winter sports venue in Germany offering some of the best skiing in the land, including runs on Germany’s highest peak, the Zugspitze (2964m). The town is also famous for having hosted the 1936 Winter Olympics along with the International Alpine Skiing Championships in 1978 and 2011. Discover the highlights of this charming place by foot, because in Garmisch, just walking around the town is a real treat. You will learn about: * History of Garmisch and Partenkirchen * Luftl-paintings * Winter Olympic Games of 1936 * Olympic Ski Jump You will see: * Garmisch town * Ludwig Street * St Anton Church * Partenkirchen town * Olympic Stadium
We’ll ride the cable car up to the top of the mountain. After a quick look around, we will have an amazing photo session. The session will last around two hours, and you will have time to change outfits if desired. Afterwards, you are free to check out the amazing views and have lunch or snacks; there will be a restaurant on top. You will have your own ticket for the ride down and are free to spend the day up there. You can also hike down if you wish and I can give you advice and get you started.
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