Take a look at the world from above and let yourself be enchanted: a day trip to the Zugspitze - Germany's highest mountain - with spectacular views, tobogganing opportunities and a ride in a historic rack railroad.
Included in the price:
- transfer from Munich to Garmisch-Partenkirchen and back to Munich, duration approx. 8 h
- travel by cable car and rack railway
- professional tour guide
- exclusively with us: City guide "simply Munich" and city map
- free cancellation until 24 h before tour start
You can take the bus from Munich Central Station to Garmisch-Partenkirchen. There the cable car takes you from Eibsee to the 2962-metre-high Zugspitze, Germany's highest mountain. From there you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the mountain landscape of the Alps and over 400 peaks. Of course, you can explore the impressive landscape even further on a short hike.
A professional guide will accompany you and answer all your questions about one of the most spectacular excursion destinations around Munich. The descent with the historic rack railroad rounds off the summit experience at the end. And afterwards, the bus will take you comfortably back to Munich.
Start: 10 am, every Sunday (12 May – 13 October)
Duration: approx. 8 h
Departure: Karlsplatz 21 / Sonnenstraße in front of department store Galeria Kaufhof
Route: Munich - Garmisch Partenkirchen - Munich
The live-moderation on the bus is done by competent tour guides in German and English.
After successful booking you will receive your tickets automatically by e-mail. Alternatively, tickets can also be bought at the Tourist Information at Marienplatz and at the main train station.
Photos: Tobias Schnorrpfeil
Health protection measures
Hygiene requirements and current regulations - you can help too!
- A well thought-out safety and hygiene concept applies to all tours
- Limited number of participants - book in advance online
- The minimum distance of 1.5 metres must be observed
- Please wear a mouth and nose protector in public buildings and shops
- Please note the cough and sneeze rules: turn away and sneeze and cough into the crook of your arm
- Until further notice, masks are also compulsory in the pedestrian zone (from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., including Schützenstraße, Stachus and Marienplatz as well as Sendlinger Straße with Sendlinger-Tor-Platz) and at the Viktualienmarkt