Munich Tourist Information
 Day Trips from Munich
For a wider view of Bavaria take a day excursion out to the lakes, castles and mountains of the beautiful Upper Bavarian countryside. Many of them can easiely be reached by train from Munich. Alternatively there are   organized bus tours that take to all main sights.

The Bayern-Ticket (Bavaria-Ticket) offers a cheap way to explore Bavaria by train. It is avaiable as Group Ticket up to 5 persons or as Single Ticket.
 Conditions Bayern-Ticket

See our proposals:
Wasserburg on the river Inn
The idyllic 850 years old town with its Upper Italian style houses is situated on a peninsula surrounded by the river Inn. 50 kms away from Munich. From a hill you will have a fantastic overview.
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The Herzogstand mountain
From the favourite mountain of king Ludwig II, a fine view of two lakes, Lake Kochel and Lake Walchen is offered. By train to Kochel, from there by RVO-Bus to the "Herzogstand" cable car .
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Weltenburg Monastery at the Danube river
From Kelheim a ship takes you through the spectacular Danube gorge to Weltenburg Monastery with its famous Rococo church by the brothers Asam.
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Violin-making village Mittenwald
The charming village with its colourful lüftl-painted houses is situated between two mountain-ranges. You can reach it by train starting every hour from Munich.
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The Partnach Gorge
The gorge as a natural conduit for the Partnach river runs almost 1 km between 80 meters high limestone walls. By train to Garmisch-Partenkirchen every hour from Munich.
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Bad Toelz
The marketplace of the old town with its colourful painted house facades is considered to be the finest in Upper Bavaria. By BOB-train every hour from Munich.
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Burghausen Fortress
Visit the old Ducal Town of Burghausen and see the world's longest fortress (1,051 m) dating from the 13th century set on a hill above the town. It spans a trail of six linked courtyards.
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Altötting · Bavaria's most important pilgrimage place
More than one million pilgrims per year visit the Chapel of Grace with the Black Modonna and the urns with the hearts of the Bavarian prince electors and kings.
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Lindau at Lake Constance.
A part of Lake Constance belongs to Bavaria. The lovely Bavarian small town Lindau situated on a peninsula can be reached from Munich by train several times per hour.
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