Munich: Touring - Driving holiday
Folklore and age-old traditions with sleek BMWs, designer boutiques and modern people
There is no better way to explore what Munich and the surrounding province has to offer, than by car. A touring and driving holiday in Munich offers visitors maximum freedom, and is ideal for those who want to visit the surrounding Bavarian villages or other cities in Germany. For those that have their own car or have chosen to hire one, it is worth bearing in mind that when visiting Munich, traffic can be heavy, especially during rush hour (between 07:00 to 09:00 and 16:00 to 18:00), and parking can often problematic.
Drivers should note that trams always have priority in the city, although driving on their tracks is permissible and usually unavoidable. Buses have priority when leaving stops. For those on a Munich touring and driving holiday, the city is well connected thanks to the numerous autobahns. Visitors can take the A9 to Nuremberg, and the A8 to Salzburg and Stuttgart.