Day Tour

Green City

Munich bike tour and city sightseeing

With its spacious parks and gardens, the Bavarian capital is definitely a green city. Modern architecture can be found all over the city, such as the futuristic BMW World as well as the new Brandhorst Museum with its façade designed with motley ceramic stones. Simply beautiful – that is our Munich.
Duration 8 hours
Starting time Between 8am and 10am - to be coordinated
Meeting point Munich - to be coordinated
Type Guided bike tour in the centre and West of Munich
Distance 45 to 55 km
Rise Gentle
Price 290 € basic price (first 4 participants)
50 € for every additional participant
except Saturday, Sunday and public holidays:
390 € basic price (first 6 participants)
50 € for every additional participant

Price for larger groups (10+ participants): on request
Bike rental Bike rental from 17 € (optional)
Upon request, the bicycles can be delivered to your hotel and picked up at another location.
Bicycles may be rented for an entire day.

Munich’s Hofgarten is where it all began. The baroque park was built by the German elector Max I at the beginning of the 17th century. Other parks soon followed such as the English and the Botanic Gardens. Later, the Olympiapark and the Westpark were added, the first because of the Olympic Games in 1972 and the second because of the International  Horticultural Show 1983.

All these so-called Green Lungs await you on our relaxed and cozy bicycle tour through Munich  - on cycle-, gravel- and parkways. As always, an exciting experience accompanied by fascinating facts about Munich awaits ...

What was the cost of the construction of the BMW World? How many deer live in the Hirschgarten (the “Deergarden”)? How large is the Bavaria? And why is there a Japanese pavilion in the Westpark?

After our cycle tour you will be an expert about the green city of Munich! In addition to your thirst of knowledge, you will also satisfy  a more literal thirst, as we will conclude the tour with a stop at a traditional Bavarian Inn for local beer.