Hop aboard the HoHo double-decker bus, climb to the open-top upper deck, and have an extraordinary experience touring the city. Since you’ve two days to see the sights, you can prepare your sightseeing itinerary in such a way that you don’t miss viewing any landmarks. You’ll have full leeway to disembark at any of the scheduled stops and then hop on board to continue the journey.
To make hopping off pretty easy for facilitating touring a specific attraction or landmark leisurely, the stops have been planned close to Munich’s sights. Once you’re through with exploring the point of interest, you can hop back to rejoin the excursion. You also have the option of staying aboard all through the tour and enjoying the sights and sounds of the city.
The Red Line or the City Tour starts from the Munich Central Station (Hauptbahnhof) situated in the west and passes through the downtown. The City Tour terminates at the breathtakingly beautiful hamlet of Haidhausen located in the eastern part of the city. As the bus travels from one end of the city to another, attractive landmarks come into views such as Marienplatz City Hall, Frauenkirche, National Theater, and Deutsches Museum.
Once you’ve completed visiting the tourist hotspots situated along the Red Line route, you can start the Purple Line trip. The Purple Line course also referred to as ‘The Nymphenburg & Olympia Park tour moves westward starting with the ornate Nymphenburg Palace. The next stop is Olympia Park which was constructed exclusively for staging the Munich Summer Olympics in 1972.
During the Nymphenburg & Olympia Park excursion, you get to see the cultural and artistic facets of the Bavarian Capital. The 3rd and final leg of the trip, the Blue Line or the Schwabing Tour, focuses on the northern section of Munich. The hop-on hop-off bus passes through the northern end of the city center to reach Schwabing, a verdant district dotted with cafeterias and small shops.
You can hop off at Schwabing to explore the area that once used to be the favorite haunt of painters and artists. Thereafter you can stroll comfortably to the sprawling English Gardens-one of the largest European parks- situated close to Schwabing. After touring English Gardens, you can hop back on the tour bus or continue walking to get to Leopoldstraβe where you explore the Alte Pinakothek (old art gallery).
Learn your way around Munich by booking a 48-hour hop-on hop-off tour voucher today.