wheelchair accessible highlights of munich tour

Highlights of this tour

  • Outside visits:
  • Nymphenburg
  • Olympiapark
  • BMW-Welt
  • Allianz-Arena
  • Siegestor
  • Königsplatz
  • Odeonsplatz „la dolce vita“
  • Viktualienmarkt
  • Marienplatz
  • Frauenkirche
  • Hofbräuhaus

Accessibility information

  • Use of adapted transport between the sights
  • Involves some walking/rolling
  • Some cobblestones
  • Stepfree route
  • The Hofbrauhaus is accessible via a lift (80cm door width) and there is a step of 6cm height to the terrace on the 1st floor. Door widths are 85cm

What is included?

  • Private tour
  • Tour duration: 5 hours
  • Very experienced English-speaking driver-guide
  • Private adapted vehicle
  • Tour adjustable to your wishes
  • Pick up and drop off from your city center hotel

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrances (when required)
Munich Frauenkirche
Munich BMW welt
Marienplatz Munich

About this wheelchair accessible highlights of Munich tour

Enjoy our Wheelchair Accessible highlights of Munich tour, and see the main sights and attractions. Together with your knowledgeable and experienced private driver-guide, you will get the most out of Munich. Your driver will meet you at your hotel, with private adapted vehicle, and together you explore the city. He will share more detail about the history, the various architectural structures, politics, through inspiring anecdotes, and personal stories. The order of the itinerary may change due to local traffic conditions. The tour is fully flexible and inside visits are possible. Take into account this may affect the total tour time. Ask us about the possibilities.

Nymphenburg Palace

One of the first stops on this accessible highlights of Munich tour brings you to Nymphenburg Palace. Schloss Nymphenburg is considered one of the most beautiful royal castles in Europe. Its garden and park are one of Germany’s most influential garden artwork. Enjoy the majestic sculptures, statues, and the stunning lakes scattered around the area of about 180 hectares.

The Olympic Park and the BMW-world

Next up are The Olympic Park and the BMW-world. The Olympic park is an elegant work of architecture of the 20th century. At the time of construction, the roof was often referred to as an architectural sensation. You will continue to BMW-world that combines design and function in equal measure. The imposing building with a 28-meter-high double cone is reminiscent of a hurricane. Find out why this building is the most visited in Bavaria!

Allianz Arena and the Victory gate

During your private tour, you also get to see the Allianz Arena. This is the local soccer temple, not only beautifully designed, but also tech-savvy. Spectators have the best view from all sides, and Phillips has installed more than 300,000 LEDs. You continue to the Victory gate. This triumphal arch, commissioned around 1840 by Ludwig I, is designed based on the Arch of Constantine model in Rome. Since the end of the Second World War, the southern side has been decorated with the inscription “Dedicated to victory, destroyed by war, a reminder of peace.”

Königsplatz and Odeonsplatz

Another highlight on this tour is The Königsplatz, that was built to symbolize the bond between the Kingdom of Bavaria and the Kingdom of Greece. Following on Odeonsplatz where you can experience ‘la dolce vita’ at Italy’s most northern point. The Odeon was once Munich’s most famous concert hall, located on the northwest part of the square, opposite Palais Leuchtenberg. Unfortunately, the concert hall fell victim to the war; the building was destroyed except for the facade.

Next up your wheelchair accessible highlights of Munich tour is Viktualienmarkt. This market, in the center of Munich, used to be a simple farmers’ market. Today it makes gourmet hearts beat faster and you can find exotic delicacies from all over the world, as well as traditional Bavarian products. Onward to the heart of Munich, where you find the famous Marienplatz. It is located in the center of the city, in the pedestrian zone, and is a critical traffic junction for cyclists and pedestrians, rickshaws, cabs and buses, the subway, and the S-Bahn.

New city hall and carillon

The New City Hall at Marienplatz in Munich is the lord mayor’s seat, the City Council, and the city administration headquarters. Under the top of the tower is the fifth largest and, at the same time, the first electromechanically operated carillon in Europe, the largest in Germany. All bells together bring it to a total weight of about 6.8 tons and a height of 65 meters. No wonder that the Munich City Hall with its carillon is one of the most popular photo motifs in the city.

Frauenkirche and Hofbräuhaus

Your last stops on this wheelchair accessible highlights of Munich tour include Frauenkirche and Hofbräuhaus. The Frauenkirche is the largest hall church in the world. The characteristic tower domes are modeled on the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. Located in downtown Munich at Am Platzl you find Hofbräu, one of two traditional Munich breweries. The brewery has remained in Bavarian hands to this day.

At the end of your private tour, your driver-guide will take you back to your hotel again.

What people say