Experience Bavarian beer culture with this 5-hour tour and table reservation at the greatest beer festival in the world. On any given day there are over one million people at the Oktoberfest, but with your ticket in hand you’ll skip the line and head straight inside. Follow your guide first to a local beer hall for a history of beer and the Oktoberfest while enjoying a pre-game beer and pretzel breakfast. Then a short tour of the Theresienwiese, the location of the Oktoberfest before being lead to your reserved seats in one of the large tents of the festival. There you can savor as many steins of beer as you wish while enjoying your choice of an entree from the delectable menu. Your guide will be on hand the entire time to ensure you have the best possible experience and answer any questions you might have. Once your reservation has ended your guide can take you back to the Munich train station or point out where the best locations are to continue enjoying the Oktoberfest!
• 7 hours
Neuschwanstein Castle is wrapped in mystery and beauty. The former dream of the Wittlesbach king, Ludwig II, the castle is not only gorgeous but the perfect place to explore his architectural genius and the mystery of his untimely demise. This full day private tour also includes stops at the scenic Oberammergau village and the Ettal Monastery making for an amazing trip that you will soon not forget!
• 7 hours
Garmisch-Partenkirchen is the entrance into the Bavarian Alps and home to world class skiing atop the tallest mountain in Germany. This amazing tour brings you to the peak of Germany's pride for lunch and sight-seeing and then on to the town itself for history, fun, and the natural wonders of the Alps.
• 6 hours
Spend the day castle hopping in the Alps with a private guide during this 8-hour tour from Gramisch-Partenkirchen to Neuschwanstein Castle and Linderhof Palace. Get picked up from your Hotel in Garmisch-Partenkirchen with a comfortable minivan that seats up to seven people. Ride along between the Bavarian and the Austrian Alps as you enjoy the scenery, skipping the lines at Neuschwanstein Castle, and stopping at Linderhof Palace (for an additional cost) and the village of Hohenschwangau. Pricing is based per group, with a maximum of seven participants.
• 8 hours
Maximilian the Second of the Habsburg Dynasty called Innsbruck “the jewel of the Alps” and he was more than correct. This picturesque city lies along the Inns River below the amazing Tyrollean Alps and is home to Swarovski crystal, the Golden Dachl, the Habsburg Residenz, and countless other sights.
• 6 hours
The Innsbruck Christmas market is filled with magic as snow falls and music pours around every corner. Join us for a day of hand made crafts, glühwein, Swarovski crystal, and history.
• 6 hours
This amazing tour allows you to create your very own chocolate while learning and sampling the rich history of Bavaria, the cocoa bean, and plenty more. Take your chocolate home with you as a souvenir or enjoy immediately!
• 2 hours
The perfect way to enjoy a winter paradise is with a historic two hour horse carriage ride with your own private guide to regale you with stories of history and local culture.
• 3 hours
Garmisch-Partenkirchen is an amazing place! This merged city sits at the heart of a historical European trade route of the Middle Ages causing an unbelievably unique and blended history. In more modern times, the influence of the Nazi party and the atmosphere of the American occupation in the late ’40s has radically impacted the attitude and culture of this valley paradise. This tour provides fantastic insight into the history, art, architecture, dining, and people of this sublime Alpine city.
• 5 hours
The perfect way to explore the Bavarian beer culture and enjoy an amazing evening of food and fun. This private tour is in the village of Murnau nestled away in the Alps. The beginning of the tour is simply enjoying and learning the history and art of brewing beer while wandering the city streets of this beautiful village. After a few hours of shopping and fun we move to a local brewery and restaurant where the Brewmeister gives us a private tour of his facility while sampling along the way. Afterwards we will be given a test to see what we learned and awarded our Brewmeister's certificate before feasting on a typical Bavarian meal of duck, chicken, pork, and more.
• 6 hours