Munich City Tour: your orientation to the city

Our city tour is a great introduction to Munich and an ideal way to get your orientation and bearings. 

We visit the following must-not-miss sites:

The Frauenkirche

The New Town Hall and world famous Glockenspiel

new town hall

Marienplatz and Mariensäule

The Old Town Hall

“Alte Peter” and the Peterskirche

Viktualienmarkt

The Hofbräuhaus am Platzl

Max-Joseph Platz and the National Opera House

The Residenz

The Feldherrnhalle

Odeonsplatz

In addition you will also learn about:

Just why beer and pretzels are so important here

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Traditional food, dress and customs

The origins of the Oktoberfest

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Only here for the beer?

We can adapt your basic tour to include the best local beerhalls and bars. Not only will you get to sample delicious beers but you also learn about the history of the local brewers and styles.*

Cost:

€160, based on a group of 4.  5 or more, please ask for a quote.

Concessions – students (of any age), seniors (65+) and serving or ex-military and first responders: €10 off, up to to a maximum of 2 per group of 4.

*Beer – various options are available…. tell us what floats your boat and will give you a quote.

Tour is payable in local currency – Euros – after your tour.

How to book:

Interested in booking this tour? Send us an email with your preferred date(s) and we will get back to you within 24 hours. Bookings should be ideally made at least 24 hours before your chosen date.

Meeting spot:

If you are based somewhere central, the guide can meet you in your hotel. If you are staying a little further out, meeting either in the main station – Hauptbahnhof –  or the main square – Marienplatz – in the city centre makes sense.

Notes:

This is a walking tour – please wear suitable footwear.

What no “Free – tour“? …Do you know the expression “You pay peanuts, you get monkeys“? Dark History Tours pride ourselves on not having guides who do not qualify as Homo Sapiens Sapiens. Seriously, our guides are very experienced and knowledgeable when it comes to Munich – they have not just rocked up last week, memorised a script, and some bad jokes and then been declared an authority.