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Visit the Top 10 sites in Munich with Coach Charter Germany - your coach charter company

Visit the Top 10 sites in Munich with Coach Charter Germany - your coach charter company

The beautiful city of Munich is the capital of Bavaria, and with 1.5 million inhabitants, Munich is the largest city in Bavaria. Munich is an internationally known cosmopolitan centre for politics, art, culture, science, media and sports. Many major corporations are based in Munich, and the city is also home to numerous national and international authorities, universities and colleges, museums and theater. Munich has a significant number of buildings and monuments worth seeing. Many international sporting events, trade fairs and congresses are regularly held in Munich. Munich is of course also known throughout the world for the famous annual Oktoberfest, which attracts many thousands of visitors every year. Munich was first documented in in the year 1158 and became the sole capital of Bavaria in 1506. 

When visiting Munich and surroundings, doing so by charter bus is a great way to comfortably and flexibly travel around. Coach Charter Germany  is a family-run bus rental company with almost 50 years of  experience in the charter bus and bus rental industry. Our local local Munich charter bus and airport shuttle depot,  allows to offer an impressive range of chartered bus vehicles. Whether you require airport shuttle services or city transfers by charter bus, or maybe you would like to hire a bus and driver for a few days of travelling around Munich and Bavaria, we would be happy to offer you our bus rental services. Our Coach Charter Germany tour bus booking team is always happy to assist you in planning your Munich trip. 

If you need some ideas for planning your trip, please have a look at our Top 10 attractions in Munich

1. Marienplatz

The gothic cathedral and parish church "Zu Unserer Lieben Frau" from the 15th century is and remains the unmistakable landmark of the city. But not everyone knows that massive church  is the resting place of emperors and even the devil is said to have come and gone here. The more than 500-year-old brick building is the seat of the Archbishop of Munich and Freising. One of the two almost 100-meter-high towers is accessible and offers a spectacular view over the city. 

2. Odeonsplatz

A tourist hotspot, Odeonsplatz is one of the famous squares in Munich. It is also the well-known site of Hitler’s Munich Putsch. The three large arches facing towards the square belong to the Feldherrnhalle, and near the large memorial in the distance is the Siegestor. The large yellow church on the left is the Theatinerkirche and is always worth a look inside. From Odeonsplatz you can walk in to the city center for some shopping or food.  As opposed to Marienplatz or Karlsplatz, Odeonsplatz is a calm square with very little hustle and bustle, being just a little further out of the centre than these two places. There are some top bars and restaurants in this area and it is a good location to spend an evening, having a drink and relax.Viktualienmarkt.

3. Viktualienmarkt

In 1807, the farmer's market outgrew its location at the time, which was Marienplatz. It was moved to a nearby square, where it thrived and expanded. Today, covers 22,000 square meters and includes a butchers' hall, bakery, fish hall, and flower market in addition to its fruit and vegetable vendors. It's not just a place for locals to buy items for the night's dinner. Fresh breads and pastries, wheels of cheese, and cured meats are good picnic makings, and tables and benches provide a place for shoppers and visitors to sit while they eat sizzling sausages, hot pretzels, and other foods prepared in mobile kitchens.

4. Allianz Arena

The Allianz Arena in Fröttmaning is one of Germany's most modern and spectacular football stadiums. As the home ground of FC Bayern Munich, it shines in red on home match days. Outside the match days, there are special illuminations on various occasions, e.g. on St. Patrick's Day the arena shines in green or during advent as a huge Christmas present. The Arena was designed by architects Herzog & Meuron, and it is an architectural landmark in the north of the city, which also attracts many visitors on match-free days thanks to the guided tours on offer and the FC Bayern Erlebniswelt.

5. Frauenkirche

Whenever you visit Leipzig, there is a chance that something is happening on the market square. You're going to be able to get a glimpse of the locals' lives, many Leipzig visitors from around the world can also be seen here. During the winter, the market square is the location of Leipzig's  famous Christmas market. At other times there are weekly farmers markets and the Easter market, while during the Wave-Gothic-Treffen  which is the largest Gothic festival in the world, there are medieval themed stalls and side-shows on the square. Take your time to explore, your bus charter Europe driver will be waiting for you however long your visit might be.

6. Botanical Gardens

Right next to Nymphenburg Palace are the Botanical Gardens of Munich, covering an area of more than 50 acres. The greenhouse complex is home to everything from palm trees to turtles in its beautifully tropical surroundings. For refreshments, you ,ight take a break at the cafe in the center of the gardens that serves full meals, alcoholic beverages and tasty ice cream. Open almost every day until early in the evening, the gardens are strangely good for a rainy day, and with only €4.50 a ticket for adults, a visit is a bargain.

7. BMW Museum

Close to BMW's impressive headquarters and factories at the Olympic Park, the BMW Museum is a site every automobile enthusiast should visit when spend time in Munich. One can find will find examples of almost all the models BMW has ever manufactured, marvel at sports cars, racing cars and motorcycles as well. You will also be able to take a look at BMW's most recent models. Furthermore, you can learn about the technology of modern automobile construction, and get an idea of future propulsion technologies and designs the company is currently venturing into.

8. Odeonsplatz

The Nikolaikirche is known for playing an instrumental part in the non-violent movement that led to the fall of Berlin Wall. As early as 1982, the church organized peace services, demonstrating solidarity with the East German government and encouraging people to confront the Wall's injustices. Starting in late 1989, candlelit protests preceded the prayers of peace which culminated in October 1989 when nearly 70,000 people took to the streets to participate and which eventually led to the fall of the Berlin Wall. Besides this pivotal role in the history of Germany, the Nikolaikirche also offers a wonderful interior dating back to 1797 with Romanesque and Gothic roots.

9. Münchner Residenz

Right in the heart of the city is the largest and most imposing city palace in Germany: the Munich Residenz. The Munich Residenz is without doubt one of the most impressive buildings in Munich. It extends over ten inner courtyards, is about five times as large as Marienplatz and has more than 130 rooms. Today the Munich Residenz is one of the most important museums in Europe and shows the life, work and above all the self-image of the Bavarian princes and kings at close quarters.

10. Neuschwanstein Castle

If you spend a few days in beautiful Munich, you should definitely plan a day trip to Neuschwanstein Castle. The world-famous castle is located in the small town of Füssen in the south of Bavaria, which can be easily reached from Munich by charter bus in 2 hours. Construction of the castle started in 1869, it was built for the Bavarian King Ludwig II. as an idealized idea of a knight's castle of the Middle Ages. King Ludwig himself lived in the castle for only a few months and died before the construction was completed. Today, more than 1 million people from all over the world visit the fairytale castle every year.

Obviously there are a great many places to enjoy in Munich. Our family-owned bus company Coach Charter Germany is your partner when it comes to arranging for your bus rental needs. Trust our decade-long experience in the charter bus industry to provide outstanding tour bus  services fitted to your individual request. Whether you need an airport shuttle service, full-day bus rental services, or event transportation for large groups or companies, our new charter bus fleet is modern and up-to-date. Our Coach Charter Germany charterered bus drivers and bus rental office staff are well-experienced, friendly and helpful. If you are planning for a Munich visit anytime soon, please do not hesitate to request your personal bus charter offer today.

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