For the sights, sounds, and tastes of traditional Germany, Munich, the heart and soul of Bavaria, is where you’ll find them. From its darkest hours to its brightest moments, Munich’s 850-year history is at times gruesome, often funny, but always fascinating. The independent guides with whom we work have your best interests in mind, while the usually includes the sites & Stories above and lasts about 3 hours, your tour may vary depending on what your guide thinks is best for your group!
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Hitler called Munich ‘Die Hauptstadt der Bewegung’ (the Capital of the Movement); the city and its surroundings were central to the rise to power of Nazi leader. On this three-hour tour, you’ll be able to examine the infamous streets where some of the darkest stories of human history took root and grew into Hitler´s dictatorship.
€15 REGULAR/ €12 STUDENT
Whether you choose to take the 35-minute tour inside the castle (an extra cost of €12) or decide to invest this time in exploring the foothills of the Bavarian Alps while your guide describes the lavish castle interior, this tour will leave you wanting for nothing in the epic story of Neuschwanstein Castle and ‘Mad’ King Ludwig in all its magic, romance, and absurdity.
€40 REGULAR/ €37 STUDENT / €15 CHILDREN (Under 14 years old)
Enjoy three samples of Munich’s finest beers in some of the city’s best beer gardens and beer halls. Surround yourself whit new friends, some of the world’s best beers, bratwurst and other classic German cuisines. Come and find out why beer is one of the elements that makes Munich quintessentially Bavarian and how it plays a significant role in its history!
€24 REGULAR / €22 STUDENT
This full-day excursion begins with a two-hour train journey with fantastic views from Munich Hauptbahnhof. After we arrive in Salzburg, we’ll lead you on a 2.5-hour orientation walking tour of the old town center, taking in some of the most beautiful and historic sites the city has to offer.
€40 REGULAR / €37 STUDENT / €15 CHILDREN (Under 14 years old)
In March 1933, Heinrich Himmler ordered the construction of one of Germany’s first concentration camps, just outside of Dachau ( small town near Munich ). Dachau went on to become the only concentration camp to remain active during the entire Third Reich period ( 1933 – 1945 ) At the time of liberation, over 200,000 prisoners from more than 30 nations had been imprisoned there.
€24 REGULAR / €22 STUDENT