Combined Private Tour
The idea of this City Walk is to combine history with views on Munich today. Our tour offers an informative and entertaining walk through the old town. We start with a review of the destructions done by World War II at the vibrant main square. Then follow the footsteps of Adolf Hitler on his way to power, from the first mass meeting at Hofbräuhaus to the failed beer hall riot at Feldherrenhalle. On our way I tell you more about shopping malls, restaurants and the most impressing monuments of the city. We will see memorials of the war and remaining Nazi buildings at Königsplatz, often called the spiritual center of the regime. It will be a historically well-founded timetravel which includes the current city policy and insider tips for dining and places to go.
We will see buildings errected by the Nazis and monuments which are a reminder to the Nazi tyranny and the resistance against them. On our way you will see impressive sites of the inner city like Alter Hof, Hofbräuhaus, Odeonsplatz, Hofgarten and Haus der Kunst. We finally reach-Königsplatz, which is sometimes called the spiritual center of the Nazis. We can end the tour at the newly opened Nazi Documentation Centre nearby the location of the former party headquarters. Or I bring you to Karlsplatz into the inner city, where the shopping road starts.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Suggested by Guide: in front of the Tourist Information at main square Marienplatz, located in the new Townhall
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel
Duration: 3 hours 30 min.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 Euro - snacks or water or souvenirs
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Great tour in Munich! Ulrich (Ully)..was a joy to hangout with. Knowledgeable, smart, humorous..the total package. I Took the 3rd Riech Tour and THOROUGHLY enjoyed it. From "snake alley" to Hofbrauhaus ..it was touring with a friend. Ully is very flexabile..I never felt it was structured by time..we went where I wanted to go. I,be been on 16 tours worldwide and Ully is at the top of the list.