Munich, one of Germany's most popular travel destinations, has much to offer. More than 6 million are visiting our famous beerfestival, the Oktoberfest. But Munich has much more to offer – lots of museums, events, sights like the palace of Nymphenburg, the Frauenkirche. And don’t forget to try the bavarian “Gemütlichkeit” . We will show you what it means and you will feel it when you are here. The Bavarian State Collections offer a great variety of fine art from antiquity up to modern-day art. Richly decorated baroque churches in Upper Bavaria as well as old medieval towns like Rothenburg along the Romantic Road invite to exciting excursions. Welcome to Munich!

We are looking forward to working out your individual program and to guiding you through Munich and its surroundings.

Please find here a few examples

A walking tour 2 h
Munich has just the right size to be explored on an easy walking tour. Starting from your hotel or at Marienplatz in the very heart of Munich, you will be made familiar with the city centre, get an overview and information on Munich’s many offerings and attractions and find your way to landmarks and shopping districts. You will stroll across Munich’s world famous food market, visit old St Peter’s Church have the opportunity to take pictures of the Cathedral Church of Our Lady. Of course you won’t miss Munich’s most famous landmark: the Carillon on the town hall tower. You will finally enjoy a first cup of coffee right next to the Royal Palace or a beer at the Hofbräuhaus, Munich’s best known beer hall – a relaxed prelude of your time in Munich.

Highlights of local baroque art
Explore the treasures of downtown Munich on an easy historical sightseeing tour. Munich’s churches like the Cathedral Church of Our Lady with its characteristic towers or old St. Peter's Church rank among the town’s most famous landmarks. Another highlight are the rococo masterpieces by the brothers Asam, who created small but unique jewels of local rococo like Trinity Church or the tiny Asam Church. Not only churches but also palaces and private buildings were richly ornamented in this overwhelming late baroque style of the 18th century. A most famous example is the old Cuvilliés-Theater, an opera house where Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart staged and conducted the premiere of his opera “Idomeneo”.


Shopping and lifestyle tour
A city as busy and cosmopolitan as Munich is, of course, bound to be the perfect shopping place. On an easy walking tour you will get to know the diversity and offerings of Munich’s most significant shopping areas, explore the familiar atmosphere of the open food market, taste some delicious specialties, walk over to “Dallmayr”, Munich’s most frequented hall for exquisite delicacies, famous for its coffee department, and continue to exclusive boutiques for local costumes or elegant evening wear. The catching ambiance of Maximilianstraße, Munich’s haute couture boulevard, will leave nothing to be desired.

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