Join us in the centre of Munich to get to know its culture, customs and History. You will never look at the Bavarian capital with the same eyes again…
The Munich Free Walking Tour will start at 10:45 am at the central Marienplatz, where we will tell you about the history of the square and the two architectural jewels that crown it: the Old and the New Town Hall. Before moving on, we will patiently await the greeting of the famous carillon of the city government and unravel the history of the figures that star in it.
Afterwards we will visit the Frauenkirche, the Munich Cathedral: an impressive building whose founding legend is linked to the devil himself…
At Odeonsplatz and Viscardigasse we will talk about one of the most difficult and controversial times in Germany, the Nazi period, and the traces of that era that still remain in the city today. Afterwards, at Max Joseph Platz, we will show you the former residence of the Bavarian kings and the magnificent Opera House, one of the most important ones in Europe.
Finally, we will go to the emblematic Hofbrauhaus brewery to learn about the city’s gastronomy and talk about its most international festival: the Oktoberfest.
During this Munich Free Walking Tour you will hear fascinating stories about the city and its inhabitants through its most famous streets and monuments. You will learn about the culture and traditions of Bavaria and get to know the stories behind each place we visit.
In addition, after your two-hour tour, our expert and charismatic guides will be happy to answer any questions you may have about Munich, one of Germany’s most fascinating cities.
A minimum of 4 people is required to guarantee the departure. This quota is almost always reached. If this is not the case, we will contact you to offer you an alternative.
Free cancellation. Places on this tour are limited. If you will not be able to attend, please cancel your reservation as soon as possible so that someone else can fill your place.
Tours especializados con un equipo de guías expertos que saben contar la historia con dinamismo sin perder el rigor histórico.