Express Circle Munich Hop-on Hop-off excursion tour comes in extremely handy for tourists having limited time to sightsee. However, if you disembark at all the 7 scheduled stops to explore the important points of interest, it’ll add to the tour’s duration. Still, you’ll have adequate time on your hands to admire the attractions close to the stops provided you start early in the morning.
Commence your journey of discovery uniquely and grandly with a round trip to Munich onboard the blue double-decker bus. During the short tour, you’ll come to know little-known insights about the city’s landmarks that you’ll not find in any history book. You can hop off at Marienplatz, take a stroll in and around the plaza, and then amble along to three other royal avenues close by.
Main benefits of Express Circle hop-on hop-off Munich tour: -
• Hop off at and/or hop on from 7 separate stops to survey key attractions and landmarks of the city at your pace
• Discover the entire city from the open-air top deck of a double-decker bus in just 60 minutes
• Learn about the major places of interest in detail by tuning in to the audio commentary
During the 1-hour bus expedition, you’ll get the chance to know more about the following Munich attractions:-
1. Hauptbahnhof (Munich’s main railhead that offers long-distance train services)
2. Kunstareal (a museum zone in central Munich that is home to three Pinakotheken or galleries-Alte Pinakothek, Neue Pinakothek, and Pinakothek der Moderne)
3. Odeonplatz (large quadrangle in Munich city center that gets its name from Odeon, an erstwhile concert hall located to the northwest of the square)
4. Eisbach Wave (a 2-km long manmade river flowing via the English Garden (Englischer Garten)
5. Max-Joseph Platz (a large plaza or open space in central Munich named after King Maximilian Joseph, and constructed following National Theater Munich’s creation)
6. Marienplatz (a town square in the Munich city center, the quadrangle has been the city’s chief market square since 1158)
7. Karlsplatz-Stachus (a vast piazza in the heart of Munich, the square gets its name from Prince Charles Theodore, and is admiringly called Stachus)
Reserve your Express Circle Ticket in advance to see the sights in and around Munich from an altogether extraordinary perspective.