City tour by bike with stop at Opera in Munich
City tour by bike with stop at Opera in MunichCredits: Dorrit & Eichhorn Produktion
Day Tours

Guided Bike Tours in Munich and its Surroundings

On a day tour through Munich by bike

You are in holidays close to Munich and like to explore the environment by bike? You organize an event for your company and look for something special? The following guided bike tours are just a selection. Get in touch with me. You won't regret it.
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Green City

Close to nature and a recreational oasis for Munich residents - Englischer Garten, Munich

With its spacious parks and gardens the Bavarian capital is a green city. All over the city modern architecture can be found like the futuristic BMW World and the new Brandhorst Museum with its façade designed with motley ceramic stones. Just beautiful – that is our Munich.

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Rafting town before Munich - Isar, Bad Tölz

Munich’s lifeline is and has been the river Isar. It runs from the Karwendelgebirge around 300 km to the north and flows into the Danube in the city of Deggendorf. This fourth largest Bavarian river was once used as an important trade route by the raftsmen. We will follow the Isar for some time from Bad Tölz to Munich.

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The 5th largest lake in Germany - Starnberger See

The Würm, 35km long, is not only a river between the Lake Starnberg and the river Amper but it also is an eponym for the last big glacial in the Alpine forelands: the Würm – glacial period. It ended around 10.000 years ago and left us the Lake Starnberg, the lake Ammer (Ammersee) and the wild and romantic Würmtal (the Würm valley).

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Munich's Lakes

Idyllic lake in the north - Fasaneriesee, Munich

When you are fed up of swimming in an artificial pool:  Munich and its surroundings offer a lot of ways to cool down:  deep blue quarry ponds and ice cold and transparent lakes with vast lawns for sunbathing and lakes with heavily vegetated riversides. You will want to jump in each and every one of them.

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View of the formerly named Würmsee lake - Starnberger See

Lake Starnberg is one of the most popular places to visit for Munich’s natives. They will go there for a swim, a boat ride or grab a bite to eat at the local fish restaurant. They will enjoy the beautiful landscape and explore Starnberg’s history on foot and, of course, like us on a bicycle. Everything there is surrounded by a perfect forealp scenery.

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5.0 of 5 based on 5 reviews.
P. McNamara Homepage on 18-Jun-2024
Great tour! We had a group take part in the Munich's Hotspots bike tour in June. Thoroughly enjoyed the route and the guides were very knowledgeable! Highly recommend. Thank you!
A. Alff Homepage on 12-Oct-2023
Manfred is the best guide you could wish for. We were 6 women from Europe and had a fantastic 2 hours through Munich with wonderful weather. Manfred was super flexible and agreed to reschedule twice, which was incredibly accommodating. And then we were late and he was happy and relaxed and we had a lot of fun and learned something about Munich. If you're cycling sightseeing, then with Manfred! Your rock.
A. Wiggins Homepage on 26-Sep-2017
My husband and I loved our private tour with Manfred Platz Radlguide! Our guide was very knowledgeable, took us to the main tourist attractions as well as the local gems. It was a wonderful way to get familiar and see everything Munich has to offer. Lovely city, great tour, highly recommend it!

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