New Years in Munich
New Years in Munich
Independent Tour-Land Only
December 29-January 1
4 Days/ 3 Nights
Price per Person:Please Call or Email for prices.
Package Includes:3 nights first class hotel accommodation with private facilities
Round trip Munich airport or rail station transfers
Buffet breakfast daily
Regular City tour of Munich with the "Express Circle" English-language audio guide
New Years Eve dinner at hotel
2 buffet dinners at the hotel-drinks not included
Hotel taxes and service charges
Day 1 Munich
Upon arrival transfer to your hotel. The rest of the day is free to spend at your leisure. Munich is a city that combines modern infrastructure with Bavarian hospitality and tradition. The historic buildings, streets and parks contrast with the modern BMW Museum and the symbol of modern German architecture, the Allianz Arena stadium of Bayern Munchen. Enjoy a buffet dinner at your hotel. Accommodation at the Maritim Hotel Munchen.
Day 2 Munich
Explore Munich on a regular city tour. You may hop on and hop off at the stops of your choice and take your time getting around the city. Visit attractions such as the Marienplatz Square with the City Hall, the Frauenkirche Church and the bustling Viktualienmarkt. Accommodation at the Maritim Hotel Munchen.
Day 3 Munich
In the morning take the opportunity to do some last minute shopping (most stores stay open until 2 pm). Then get ready to ring in the New Year with a buffet gala dinner at your hotel. We recommend going to the Marienplatz square where one of Munich's largest outdoor New Year's celebrations takes place. The bridges across the Isar River are also great for watching the fireworks. Accommodation at the Maritim Hotel Munchen.
Day 4 Munich
After breakfast you will be transferred to the airport or rail station. You can extend your stay in Munich or continue to the Romantic Road, Salzburg or Vienna.
Additional nights are available.
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