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Experience the best of Munich with our 48-hour Deluxe Ticket. This includes a 48-hour pass to explore Munich's must-see landmarks and attractions on our open-top bus tours, with access to all three route lines.
Hop on, Hop off
Discover Munich at your own pace.
Our hop-on, hop-off sightseeing tours give you the freedom to explore Munich your way. You can hop on and off the bus at any designated stop, as many times as you wish. Stops are conveniently located near Munich’s best landmarks and sights to make it easy for you to hop off and explore at your leisure. Simply hop back on the bus when you’re ready to rejoin the tour. Alternatively, you're very welcome to stay on board for the entire tour to relax and discover Munich from the top deck!
See all the Top Landmarks
Take in top-deck views of Munich.
With three different routes to choose from and stops near must-see landmarks and attractions, our Munich bus tours have been mapped out to show you Munich's most famous sights. You can see landmarks like Marienplatz, Nyphenburg Palace, Olympiapark, Oper, Stachus, Haidhausen and many more.
City Tour (Red Line)
Discover Munich's city centre
The City Tour (Red Line) travels through central Munich, from Hauptbahnhof Station in the west to the charming Bavarian village of Haidhausen in the east. Along the way, you'll see (and can hop off to explore) landmarks like Frauenkirche and the City Hall at Marienplatz, the grand buildings at Stachus square (Karlsplatz), the Deutsches Museum and the National Theatre building. This route features entertaining pre-recorded commentary in 8 languages. For more schedules and stop information, please visit our City Tour (Red Line) Page.
Available in 8 languages.
Tune into our pre-recorded commentary, available on all buses. Languages include: German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Arabic, Russian and Norwegian. Disposable wired earphones are available from your driver, or you are welcome to bring your own.
Nymphenburg & Olympiapark Tour (Purple Line)
See the baroque palace and the olympic village
The Nymphenburg & Olympiapark Tour (Purple Line) journeys west to the stunning baroque Nymphenburg Palace, and then north to Olympiapark, purpose-built for Munich's 1972 summer olympics. Hop off to visit Nymphenburg Palace, or explore Olympiapark's stadiums, tower and sportsgrounds. This route features entertaining pre-recorded commentary in 8 languages. For more schedules and stop information, please visit our Nymphenburg & Olympiapark Tour (Purple Line) Page.
Schwabing Tour (Blue Line)
Explore Munich's artistic quarter
The Schwabing Tour (Blue Line) travels slightly north of the city centre into Schwabing, a leafy area once distinguished as an artists' enclave and now known for its boutiques and cafes. Schwabing borders the expansive English Garden, one of the biggest urban parks in Europe. Hop off to explore the gardens, wander Leopoldstraße and visit the Alte Pinakothek Art Museum. This route features entertaining pre-recorded commentary in 8 languages. For schedule and stop information, please visit our Schwabing Tour (Blue Line) Page.