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Discover the Top 10 attractions to visit Munich with Irro Charter!

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The beautiful city of Munich is the capital of Bavaria, and with 1.5 million inhabitants, Munich is the largest city in Bavaria. Munich is an internationally known cosm opolitan centre for politics, art, culture, science, media and sports. Many major corporations are based in Munich, and the city is also home to numerous national and international authorities, universities and colleges, museums and theater. Munich has a significant number of buildings and monuments worth seeing. Many international sporting events, trade fairs and congresses are regularly held in Munich. Munich is of course also known throughout the world for the famous annual Oktoberfest, which attracts many thousands of visitors every year. Munich was first documented in in the year 1158 and became the sole capital of Bavaria in 1506.

Being one of the most liveable cities in the world, Munich is always worth a visit. If you would like to explore Munich and the countryside, a great way to do that is by charter bus in Munich. Irro Charter is a family-run bus company with almost 50 years of experience in the charter bus and bus rental Germany industry. Owning our own local Munich tour bus and airport shuttle depot, we are able to offer you an outstanding range of different charterered bus vehicles. Whether you require airport shuttle services or city transfers by charter bus, or maybe you would like to hire a bus and driver  for a few days of travelling around Munich and Bavaria, we would be happy to offer you our bus rental services. Our Coach Charter Europe charter bus booking team is always ready to assist you in planning your Munich trip.

If you need some advice as to what you should not miss to visit while in this great city, just have a look at our Munich Top 10 attractions:

Munich Victory Gate, Germany
  1. Frauenkirche

    The gothic cathedral and parish church "Zu Unserer Lieben Frau" from the 15th century is and remains the unmistakable landmark of the city. But not everyone knows that massive church is the resting place of emperors and even the devil is said to have come and gone here. The more than 500-year-old brick building is the seat of the Archbishop of Munich and Freising. One of the two almost 100-meter-high towers is accessible and offers a spectacular view over the city.

  2. Marienplatz

    The Marienplatz has been Munich's central square and the heart of the city since its foundation. It was used for markets and tournaments back in the days. In addition to the massive New Town Hall (Neues Rathaus) which fills one entire side of Marienplatz, you'll find the Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall) forming a gate at the far end. In the large open square you will see the Mariensäule, a tall column to the Virgin Mary erected in 1638, and the Fischbrunnen, a newer fountain that includes bronze figures rescued from an earlier 19th-century fountain. Marienplatz is popular for its many stores, boutiques, and restaurants and cafés. It is also the location of festivals thoughout the year. During winter, a large Christmas Market is situated here, next to many more in the city.

  3. Allianz Arena

    The Allianz Arena in Fröttmaning is one of Germany's most modern and spectacular football stadiums. As the home ground of FC Bayern Munich, it shines in red on home match days. Outside the match days, there are special illuminations on various occasions, e.g. on St. Patrick's Day the arena shines in green or during advent as a huge Christmas present. The Arena was designed by architects Herzog & Meuron, and it is an architectural landmark in the north of the city, which also attracts many visitors on match-free days thanks to the guided tours on offer and the FC Bayern Erlebniswelt..

  4. Englischer Garten

    One of the most beautiful sights in Munich is without a doubt the English Garden, located in the city centre. With an area of 375 hectares, the English Garden is the second largest park in Germany. Since its opening in 1792, the English Garden is one of Munich's most popular and beloved attractions, for locals and visitors from across the world alike. Karl Theodor pursued the goal of creating military gardens in every Bavarian city for the soldiers to keep them busy in times of peace.

  5. Nymphenburg Palace

    The Nymphenburg Palace was built to celebrate the birth of the Bavarian heir to the throne, Max Emanuel.With its magnificent gardens and spacious rooms, it quickly became the refuge of the Bavarian kings, many of whom were born or died here. The large Baroque palace of Nymphenburg, in the northwest outskirts of the city, was originally the summer residence of the Wittelsbach Electors in the 17th century. Extending more than 600 meters from wing to wing, this vast palace is surrounded on each side by the Nymphenburg Canal, which splits as it passes around the main buildings before reuniting again in a fountain-adorned pool in front of the main façade..

  6. Deutsches Museum

    The Deutsches Museum is one of the most visited sights in Munich. Every year, around 1.5 million visitors let themselves be carried away into the wonderful world of science. There are more than 30 exhibitions on over 25,000 square meters. The range of topics spans astronomy, chemistry, physics, mining, computer science, mathematics, photography & film, aerospace, metals, telecommunications, tools, musical instruments, machines of all kinds, robots and much more.

  7. Neuschwanste
    Neuschwanste in Castle, Germany
  8. Hofbräuhaus

    You know, beer is important to a city when there's a state-run beer hall. The famous Hofbräuhaus dates back to the 16th century and offers the quintessential German beer hall experience with a live brass band. Careful: Oktoberfest rules apply here: no service without a spot, so prepare to charm your way to the end of a table and share room. If possible, avoid Friday and Saturday nights; as one of the most popular tourist attractions in Munich, it may take more than 45 minutes to get a table and a beer. To get quicker service and a less frustrating experience, go on a Sunday night instead.

  9. Tierpark Hellabrunn

    The zoo Hellabrunn belongs to the best and most famous zoos in Europe and covers an area of 89 hectares. The zoo Hellabrunn, founded in 1911, was the first zoo in the world where animals were grouped according to their origin. Today, more than 19,000 animals from 757 species are kept in open-air enclosures that are modelled on the conditions in the wild, with animals that normally share habitats being kept together wherever possible. The zoo offers many attractions, for example the elephant house, the polarium and the monkey houses. Situated directly on the Isar river, Hellabrunn Zoo offers many beautiful walking paths, playgrounds and picnic areas.

  10. Oktoberfest

    The Munich Oktoberfest is the largest and certainly the most famous folk festival in the world. It was first held in 1810 on the occasion of the wedding of King Ludwig I and Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen. Today it is one of 1810 for the first time committed, it has become one of the absolute highlights of the Munich calendar. Over six million guests from all over the world visit the two-week festival on the Theresienwiese every year.

  11. Olympic Park

    The spectacular Munich Olympic Park, where the 1972 Summer Olympics were held, covers an area of around 2.7 million square metres on the Oberwiesenfeld, a former military training area of the Royal Bavarian Army. Today, this huge complex is an important recreation centre and hosts a number of important concerts and events, including the famous Tollwood Festival. The park offers many activities, especially for families, including climbing the stadium roof, rope slides and behind-the-scenes tours that show the magnificent architecture and design of the complex. The Olympic Tower, a 290-metre high television tower dating from 1968 and renamed in honour of the Games, has viewing platforms in the observation basket that offer a breathtaking view of the city.

Beautiful Munich is always worth a visit, and there are a great many places to enjoy in Munich. Our family-owned bus company Coach Charter Europe is your partner when it comes to providing exemplary bus charter services for your trip. Trust our decade-long experience in the bus rental industry to provide exemplary tour bus services fitted to your needs. Whether it's airport shuttle services, full-day bus rental services or event transportation, our modern charter bus fleet is state-of-the-art. Our Coach Charter Europe charter bus drivers and bus rental office staff are well-experienced, friendly and helpful. If you are planning to visit Munich any time soon, please do not hesitate to request your chartered bus offer today.

Hannes Heller

Hannes Heller - Author

Bus Charter Expert

Irro Blog

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