Tours

The Germans have this amazing word: Wanderlust. It means a very strong, irresistible urge to travel. Chances are you know what this feels like. Treat your Wanderlust to one of our many guided day tours. The whole region is crawling with castles, gorges, monasteries and more. Our English-speaking tour guides get you to all the can’t-miss spots. And, you’ll enjoy the ride in comfort and style on our smooth, chauffeured shuttle busses.

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This is what you think of when you think of a fairytale castle. Neuschwanstein Castle is a majestic icon recognized the world over, and it’s just a few miles away, just waiting for you to see in person year-round.
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This mystical, charming natural wonder is a must-see on any trip to Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Enjoy it all year long, with a torchlit tour in the winter or hike in the summer.
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This mystical, charming natural wonder is a must-see on any trip to Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Enjoy it all year long, with a torchlit tour in the winter or hike in the summer.
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Bavaria is beer country. Only, here it’s called bier. Learn more about it direct from the cradle of beer civilization at this classic Bavarian brewery tour.
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Beer and cheese. It’s an epicurean’s delight with a helping of history and culture mixed in.
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Check out life in the slow lane for a change. Taking a horse-drawn carriage ride is a quaint, but quintessential way to check out the sights around town.
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Visit a tiny but mighty palace near a fairytale village with woodworkers, frescos and historic charm.
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You’ve read about it, but some things you just can’t learn in books. It’s even more striking when you experience it firsthand.
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It’s like a roller coaster built into a mountain. It’s fast-flying fun and full of beautiful sights the whole way up and back down.
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Spend a day down the road in Austria, exploring the city center and old town. Check out old stomping grounds of Mozart and the storied von Trapps.
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The heart and soul of Bavaria is arguably its capital city of Munich. Roughly an hour north of Garmisch, this fascinating destination is a must-see for travelers looking for the sights, sounds and tastes of traditional Germany.
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Not far from Garmisch lies the Austrian city of Innsbruck, capital city of the federal state of Tirol in northern Austria and home of the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics.
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The rural mountain village of Mittenwald rests along the Isar River at the border of Austria and Germany. Known as "The Village of a Thousand Violins," it has been ranked on multiple sites as one of the most authentic and scenic small towns in Europe.
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Travel to the Obersalzberg area to view one of the most interesting and historic buildings from WWII in all of Germany.