Scenic helicopter flight carrying you over Munich & lakes
Admiration of city's many architectural landmarks from air
Flight over Frauenkirche & greenery of the English Garden
Bird's-eye views of 5 glistening lakes of Bavarian fame
Insightful commentary on everything to see from your pilot
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided helicopter flight over Munich and surrounding lakes
Live tour commentary provided in English or German
Headset for commentary
Transport to and from the airfield
Know Before You Book
Children aged 5 and younger are not allowed.
Maximum combined total flying weight is 575 pounds (260 kg).
If you are scared of heights, you should not take part in this activity.
This tour operates between the hours of 9 AM and 5 PM.
You will receive confirmation of your exact tour departure time when you call to confirm your reservation.
What you can expect
Climb on board a helicopter and fly south from Jesenwang airfield to see 5 lakes—Ammersee, Weßlinger See, Pilsensee, Wörthsee, and Lake Starnberg—before veering north towards Munich to spy its famous architecture. Admire Marienplatz, Frauenkirche, and the English Gardens.
Meet your pilot at Jesenwang airfield and board a helicopter to begin your aerial tour of Bavarian lakes and Munich's celebrated landmarks. The helicopter flies quickly, and soon you're able to spot the glistening hints of 5 gorgeous lakes. The shores of Ammersee, Weßlinger See, Pilsensee, and Wörthsee beckon for your attention as you soar high above them before heading east to Lake Starnberg, where Rose Island sits right in the middle of its watery expanse.
Circle back north towards Munich, which is awash with glorious landmarks of architecture and urban design. Your pilot helps you to identify the venerable Marienplatz, Frauenkirche, the Olympic Park, BMW headquarters, and the English Garden, as well as many government buildings. Nymphenburg Palace—the expansive summer residence of Bavaria's historic rulers—is a major highlight to scope out before returning to Jesenwang airfield.