In this section, you will find suggestions for day trips from Munich that have proved rewarding for our international visitors in the past. These trips must be individually booked, so can be organised according to your wishes.
We have been working very successfully with an experienced travel agent and tour guide for many years now. Their minibus can take up to ten passengers for a total of around EUR 420 per day plus admission fees.
Other, more economical alternatives include renting a car or booking a scheduled bus tour operated by Autobus Oberbayern. However, the latter does mean travelling in a group, so without the flexibility to choose your own itinerary and time frame. There is also a train service to Augsburg, Regensburg, Berchtesgaden, Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Salzburg.
Two/three day tours
Please contact us for detailed information to these tours.
The picturesque Tegernsee region, known for its recreational value, is located approximately 50 kilometres southeast of Munich, around 747 metres above sea level. The name “Tegernsee” probably derives from the Old High German “tegarin seos”, meaning “large lake”.
Lake Tegernsee is about 6.5 kilometres long and 2 kilometres wide, with a maximum depth of 74 metres. Besides its recreational value, it serves as a major source of drinking water for Munich.
There are four communities on the shore of Lake Tegernsee, namely the town of Tegernsee, Gmund (am Tegernsee), Rottach-Egern and Bad Wiessee.