Bavaria Explorer

Explore Bavaria in its glory and be amazed by the beauty of German Alps and vibrant Munich together with ESN and students on exchange in Western Germany!
 

Dates: 4 - 7 June 2018
 
Departure points: Dortmund, Düsseldorf and Köln
 
Price: 169 Euro (174 Euro without ESN-card) 
 

Included:

  • Transport in bus
  • Service from Scanbalt tour manager
  • 2 Hostel nights 
  • 3 Breakfasts
  • Guided tour in Munich
  • Day trip to Salzburg and Berchtesgaden

 

Optionals

  • Cruise on Königsee about 10-16 Euro

 

Highlights

  • Enjoy a beer and a wurst in a Munich Biergarten
  • Experience stunning Berchtesgaden with alps and Königsee
  • See the fairy-tale castle Neuschwanstein 
  • Follow the footsteps of Mozart in beautiful Salzburg
Status:
Full

Program

Day 1 Home to Munich
We leave in the evening and travel south during the night.
 
Day 2 Munich
At arrival, we have breakfast at the hostel where we also leave our bags (check-in during the afternoon). We follow our guide who will show us the city and its surroundings on a walking tour. Later you can explore the city independently and maybe a beer and food in Biergarten! In the evening, put on your Lederhosen or dirndl, we meet and explore the city and make some visits to bars for some Bavarian size beers!!! 
 
Day 3 Daytrip from Munich to the Alps
In the morning, we leave the Bavarian capital behind and travel towards the Alps. We reach Berchtesgaden the very South East corner of Germany surrounded by mighty mountains. We start with stunning the Rossfeld road along the mountains, so you get some really spectacular views. We drive to Königsee the highest located lake in Germany where you can make a boat trip on the stunning lake or just make a small hike to some nice viewpoints. Afer, we continue to beautiful Salzburg in Austria where you can have dinner and walk around the old town before we go back to Munich. 
 
Day 4 Munich to home
After breakfast, we check out and had south West. We make a small hike to get some nice views of the world-famous Fairytale castle Neuschwanstein. If the weather is good you might get a view of Zugspitze, the highest peak in Germany. We make a stop in one of the historical cities on the way before arriving home in the late evening. Now we will continue North on what’s called “The Romantic Road” where we will stop in one of the picturesque historical cities for a break. We finish the trip in the evening.