Enjoy the taste of Bavarian beer with our B&B host or on your own, start at our B&B in Diessen.

The driver will stay absolutely sober and will safely chauffeur his guests to the different places.
We suggest the following 4 hour tour:
Will start around 10 am in the restaurant Donisl in the heart of Munich with a delicious Weisswurst
(white sausage) and a bretzel. Watch others drinking their beer and let’s stay with a alcohol-free beer.


By 11 am we leave this smoky place, and walk to the Viktualienmarkt to observe the ritual of Bavarian open-air grocery shopping.

By noon-time we gather the crowd in front of the Rathaus to watch the famous Glockenspiel (mechanical clock), a miniature tournement with enameled copper figures (barrel makers) moving in and out of the archways.

We had enough fresh air by now, let’s go straight to the Hofbräuhaus, the world’s most famous beer-hall, seating more than 4000 drinkers. Beer is served in steins holding one liter of beer (and foam). Take a salted radish, pigs‘ knuckles with dumplings and use the beer to drain the throat. Brass band music in the back and waitresses in Bavarian peasant dress guarantee a cosy atmosphere.

One stein might be enough so we leave the center of Munich and are heading for the Englische Garten and more specifically the Biergarten Chinesischer Turm (beergarden Chinese tower), where tables are placed under chestnut trees and nature lovers enjoy the sun with a light „normal“ beer or a Radler (half beer, half lemonade) or a Russe (half wheat beer, half lemonade). Oompah bands will often play famous beer songs, which will make you to stand up and to sit down and to stand up... and to salute with your stein to your neighbour.

In the early afternoon we will drive back home and on the way we will have a last stop in the ancient monastery Andechs, sitting high on a mountain overlooking the Ammersee. Monks brew delicious beer and produce good cheese. Pilgrims and beer aficionados are there to the thousands on a sunny day.

The tour can be stretched with some shopping in between to then last a full day, or we concencentrate on just a few highlights. Depends on the season, there are other beer events which we could include: during the Starkbierzeit (strong ale season) two weeks after Ash Wednesday beer with 18 percent wart is served on the Nockherberg. Or the most popular Oktoberfest, the world’s largest of its kind, from second part September to early October (beery 16 days) is attracting some 7 million people from around the globe.