4 Days trip in Germany

Budget: 0 USD - 800 USD City sightseeing Festivals/events Food exploration Outdoor adventures Shopping
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Germany is a diverse and prosperous country in central-western Europe with a rich history, vibrant culture, and modern economy.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to EUR
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Marienplatz

    60 minutes

    Start your day at the heart of Munich, Marienplatz. Admire the beautiful architecture, watch the Glockenspiel show at the New Town Hall and grab a cup of coffee at one of the cafes nearby.

  2. Viktualienmarkt

    90 minutes

    Stroll through the colorful stalls of Viktualienmarkt, an open-air market that sells fresh produce, cheese, meat, flowers, and more. Pick up some snacks for a picnic lunch or souvenirs to take home.

  3. English Garden

    120 minutes

    Escape from the city bustle and enjoy nature at the English Garden. Rent a bike or take a stroll along the trails, watch surfers ride the wave in the artificial stream, or enjoy a cold beer at the biergarten by the lake.

Day 2

  1. Neuschwanstein Castle

    360 minutes

    Take a day trip to the fairy-tale Neuschwanstein Castle, the inspiration for Walt Disney's Cinderella Castle. Hike up to Marienbrücke for stunning views of the castle and the surrounding Alps.

  2. Hofbräuhaus am Platzl

    120 minutes

    Recharge with a hearty Bavarian lunch at the famous Hofbräuhaus. Try the traditional Weisswurst with sweet mustard and a pretzel, and wash it down with a liter of beer. Prost!

  3. Oktoberfest

    240 minutes

    Experience the world's largest beer festival at Oktoberfest (if it's in season during your trip). Dress up in a dirndl or lederhosen, ride the carnival rides, listen to live music and of course, drink beer!

Day 3

  1. Nymphenburg Palace

    120 minutes

    Explore the magnificent Nymphenburg Palace and its vast gardens. Walk by the ponds, fountains, and statues, and take a boat ride in the canal. Don't miss the elegant Marionette Theater inside the palace.

  2. Eisbachwelle

    90 minutes

    Watch surfers ride the wave at the Eisbachwelle, an artificial river wave in the heart of Munich. Brave the cold water and try it yourself if you're feeling adventurous!

  3. Sendlinger Straße

    180 minutes

    Shop for unique souvenirs or trendy fashion at Sendlinger Straße, a vibrant and colorful street lined with boutiques, vintage stores, and jewelry shops. Don't forget to haggle for a better price!

Day 4

  1. Deutsches Museum

    180 minutes

    Discover the wonders of science and technology at the Deutsches Museum, one of the largest and oldest science museums in the world. From aviation to space exploration, from energy to communication, there's something for everyone.

  2. Schneider Bräuhaus

    120 minutes

    Treat yourself to another traditional Bavarian meal at Schneider Bräuhaus. Try the roasted pork knuckle with sauerkraut and potato dumplings, and sample different dark beers made by the brewery.

  3. BMW Welt

    180 minutes

    Get up close and personal with the sleek and shiny cars at BMW Welt, a futuristic showroom and museum of the famous German car manufacturer. Take a test drive, admire the design, and learn about the history of BMW.

Estimated Cost (USD)


15.00-35.00 per night
Budget Hotel
50.00-80.00 per night
40.00-100.00 per night


Public transportation (Munich S-Bahn, U-Bahn, bus, tram)
3.00-8.00 per day
30.00-50.00 per ride
Bike rental
10.00-20.00 per day


Street food
5.00-10.00 per meal
Traditional Bavarian food
10.00-20.00 per meal
Fancy restaurant
30.00-50.00 per meal


City Sightseeing
10.00-25.00 for a bus tour
0.00-20.00 depending on the event
Outdoor adventures
10.00-50.00 for outdoor tours

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