The World of BMW and Panoramic Munich By Private Vehicle
Tour Participation Requirements
On a daily basis, the Munich plant builds over 3,000 engines and 950 cars. Every time a new BMW vehicle is manufactured, it will be promoted at Munich’s BMW Welt (World of BMW) and BMW Museum. Both attractions embody the brand experience and are open to visitors. Regularly hosting events, BMW Welt is a multi-use exhibition center that presents programs for children and an on-going large-scale exhibition – 100 Masterpieces BMW Group: 100 Years of Innovation and Enterprise.
The brand celebrated its 100th birthday in March of 2016. To mark this centenary, masterpieces that demonstrate the company’s transformation since its inception have been highlighted in the Museum Bowl.
As your guided walking tour of BMW Welk and Museum end, join your guide in your private vehicle as you travel from the city surrounds towards her center for an overview of the city that incorporates its most important sights and must-see icons. Travel past the Bavaria Statue at 60-feet in height, and the area of the world-renowned Octoberfest, where there’s time for pictures.
Then your driver takes you to Nymphenburg Palace, once the summer residence of past Bavarian rulers for a photo stop. Head next to Munich's "Church of our Lady", the very symbol of the city, before reaching the Town Hall and charming Viktualienmarket. Your guide will be sure to take you by Olympic Park, home of the 1972 Olympic Games 1972. You will be picked up at your hotel or any other point of your choice in Munich and spend an entertaining and unforgettable 2-hour journey through BMW World and 3-hour ride within the Bavarian capital before returning to your hotel in Munich.
Things You Didn’t Know about BMW
It may be one of the world’s most acknowledged brands, but what do you really know about BMW? Well for starters, BMW is an abbreviation for Bayerische Motoren Werke, which was established in March of 1916. In the beginning, BMW focused on making engines for planes but soon after, speed and altitude records led to this brand becoming a master on worldwide racetracks. An honor to the company’s heritage is its headquarters and contrary to popular belief, the logo doesn’t depict a propeller in a spinning motion - it actually represents the national symbolic colors of Bavaria.
Non-refundable if canceled within 30 days of requested services.