Tram 19 - The sightseeing line
You want to do sightseeing without aching feet? The Tram 19 passes many tourist attractions and is ideal for a short tour. As it is a regular line of the public transport system, the ticket does not cost more than any normal tram ride.
A lot of sights in only one ride
Tram 19 starts in Pasing, a district in the west of Munich, which was an independent city until 1938 and has retained its small-town character to this day. From there, the tracks follow Landsberger Straße towards the city centre. You should get on the tram at the Central Station at the latest if you don't want to miss any important sights!
From the Central Station to the National Theatre
From the Central Station the tram passes the impressive building of the Palace of Justice, crosses the Stachus, one of Munich's central squares, and travels to Lenbachplatz, where you can see the gate to the Old Botanical Garden. Via Promenadeplatz it goes through the pedestrian zone to Max-Joseph-Platz (stop: National Theatre). Here you will find the Residence and the Opera House, but also Marienplatz and Odeonsplatz are in the immediate vicinity. If you like, you can get off here, stroll a little and then get back on one of the next trams.
From the National Theatre to Berg am Laim
From the National Theater, Tram 19 travels down one of the most magnificent streets in Munich: Maximilianstrasse. If you keep your eyes open, you might see one or two celebrities shopping - you never know. Passing the Maxmonument, you will go straight to the Maximilianeum, where the Bavarian Parliament is located. Don't miss the wonderful view of the Isar river while crossing the bridge! Above the Maximilianeum, the tram travels across the Max-Weber-Platz and on through the Grillparzer- and Einsteinstraße to the final stop Berg am Laim Bahnhof.