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Weisswurst, Oktoberfest, trade fairs and the Olympics are terms that most people think of when they think of Munich. However, the Bavarian capital combines the traditional, such as the Oktoberfest, with the modern, such as BMW’s innovative car manufacturing. The offer for tourists is immense: in addition to the English Garden, which invites you to take long walks, and the Pinakothek art galleries, where art lovers can spend days, the Hofbräuhaus is a rustic place. The Olympic Park, where the 1972 Olympic Games were held, now offers a wide range of leisure activities and the Christmas markets in December are particularly atmospheric. Munich is an experience at any time of year.

Guided tours in the heart of Bavaria

A guided tour of Munich is an excellent way to start your visit to the capital of Bavaria. A classic guided tour of the old town will introduce you to places steeped in history such as Marienplatz and architecturally relevant buildings such as the Theatinerkirche. In addition to the historical developments of the city, entertaining anecdotes are not neglected here and the city guide will introduce you to the most important sights in a competent and entertaining way. The wide variety of tours also includes city tours that take you to less well-known places where you can experience the real Munich charm. You will love Munich!

The most important sights

The English Garden has always delighted young and old alike, as it invites them to play, walk and linger. With an area of 375 hectares, the landscaped garden is one of the largest parks in the world and is a green oasis in the middle of the city.
Part of Munich’s pedestrian zone begins at Karlsplatz or “Stachus”, as the people of Munich call it. The circular buildings that border the square and the fountain, which is illuminated at night, are particularly eye-catching. The “underneath” is also interesting: beneath the square is a spacious shopping center.
Marienplatz is home to both the Old Town Hall and the New Town Hall, where the mayor of Munich has his official residence. The square is not only particularly interesting from a historical point of view and due to the adjacent buildings, but you will also get your money’s worth here in terms of gastronomy.
The old word for food is “Viktualien”, so it quickly becomes clear where the Viktualienmarkt got its name from. The permanent market offer is already wide-ranging. However, additional special offers are also available seasonally. There is a wide range of restaurants around the Viktualienmarkt, making it a great place to take a break.

Whatever the weather: a visit to the museum

Kandinsky and Marc loved the color blue, Marc liked horses, Kandinsky liked riders. So the name Blauer Reiter came about by itself “at the coffee table”. It has gone down in art history as an association of important German and Russian painters who lived and worked in Munich under an expressionist concept. A visit to the museum is therefore a must in Munich.
The Deutsches Museum exhibits marvels of nature and technology. Between artificial lightning and the star show in the planetarium, topics ranging from astronomy to time measurement can be experienced in an excellent way.
The painting collections in Munich are so extensive that they are divided into the three Pinakothek museums: The Alte Pinakothek, the Neue Pinakothek, and the Pinakothek der Moderne. From da Vinci to Rembrandt and Rubens, paintings from the Middle Ages to the mid-18th century can be found in the Alte Pinakothek. The Neue Pinakothek houses the subsequent eras up to the beginning of the 20th century, so lovers of Goya, Spitzweg or Klimt will find what they are looking for here. The Pinakothek der Moderne spans the arc into the 20th century and shows the diversity of modern art through countless different artists.
The Jewish Museum in Munich was opened in 2007. The various exhibits, spread over three exhibition levels, are places of encounter with Jewish history and culture. The fragmentary collection is frequently supplemented by temporary and changing exhibitions. A small study library serves as a source of information to answer further questions about Jewish life and aspects of religion. In addition to the numerous museums in Munich, there are many other entertaining activities.





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Did you know?

Born in Lower Saxony, Frank Wedekind not only went to law college in his first winter as a student in Munich, to which he was anything but enthusiastic, but also went to the theater 84 times – his lifelong passion was awakened here and with his main occupation as a commissioned poet for Simplicissimus, he was able to keep his head above water between cafés and theaters.


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Munich Guided Tours

On tours through Munich, you can experience both the exciting history and the modern world of the Bavarian capital.

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