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  • Munich: Old Town & Viktualienmarkt City Walk in German

    1. Munich: Old Town & Viktualienmarkt City Walk in German

    Discover the sights of central Munich on an informative guided city walk. See Marienplatz, the Frauenkirche and the Staatliches Hofbräuhaus brewery. Visit the cathedral and Theatine Church. Get a glimpse of the endless shopping opportunities by popping into the Fünf Höfe shopping mall. Pass the Dallmayr store and Schuhbeck's restaurant and stroll across Odeonsplatz. Finally, visit the famous Viktualienmarkt. Enjoy the special atmosphere in one of the typical beer gardens or stroll through the stalls selling flowers, cheese, spices, and other produce. Listen to interesting stories and anecdotes told by your guide, and learn more about the state capital of Bavaria and its citizens.

    Michael was very informative. He took us to great places that we never would have found on our own.

  • Munich: Spooky Tour of Old Town in German

    2. Munich: Spooky Tour of Old Town in German

    Munich does not only offer vibrant life full of light and atmosphere, but also a different, darker side. On this city tour, you explore the uncanny places of the northern Old Town, between the posh Kreuzviertel district with its Promenade Square and the aristocratic Graggenau district with the world famous Wittelsbacher residence. The tour starts at the Frauenkirche, where you meet the devil himself right in the beginning. Learn how he, trying to impede the building of the cathedral, duped himself and left the infamous devil's footprint. But that's not all: Hear about a spooky encounter with a ghost wearing a pointed cap on the cemetery, a cold-hearted scrooge on the Promenade Square and the fat ghost of the gate Maxtor. Probably the most eerie spot of the tour is the tower Jungfernturm, where atrocious screams from those tortured to death were supposedly overheard. Look out for the s...

    It was a great experience! I love ghost stories and it was great to hear it in German so I could stretch myself.

  • Munich 2.5-Hour Segway Tour with Professional Guide

    3. Munich 2.5-Hour Segway Tour with Professional Guide

    A 30-minute training session takes place before you set off on the tour. Make the most of this 2.5-hour Segway tour of Munich to relax after an eventful day in the city or at work. Enjoy the fun experience of riding a Segway and discover Munich’s most beautiful places from a new perspective. Your experienced tour guide will help you get used to the Segway and how to control it. After a short introduction, you will set off on the tour of the city. The tour takes you past Königsplatz, the Pinakothek Museums, Odeonsplatz, and the old town. Your guide will introduce you to the most interesting sights in Munich and even true Munich experts will learn a lot.

    It was absolutely awesome. Greatest event in Munich for our family. A lot of interesting things about Munich history and other... The segway was easy to use and it was really fun. Guide Dan is real profesional, loves his job and clients. Recomend.

  • Glide Through History: Munich 3.5-Hour Segway Tour

    4. Glide Through History: Munich 3.5-Hour Segway Tour

    Make friends with Munich on a fun 3.5-hour Segway tour of the city’s main attractions. Following a comprehensive introduction to this highly intuitive self-balancing mode of transport, you will explore the historic city center. Groups are kept small so that all your questions will be answered, and you will benefit from the handy insider tips your guide will give you for the rest of your vacation. Starting in the Old City pedestrian zone, you will make frequent stops to admire the city sights and try some typical Munich snacks. Learn about the Munich’s development from a modest medieval town to today’s exciting city of science and technology, evidenced by the colossal Deutsches Museum. Admire the classical architecture of Königsplatz, modeled on the Acropolis in Athens. Glide past the palatial Maximilianeum, home to the Bavarian state parliament since 1949. Learn about Munich’s role dur...

    We are very regular segway users, finding it a great way to see a city when you have limited time there. Our guide was very pleasant and knowledgeable.

  • Classic 4-Hour Bike Tour of Munich

    5. Classic 4-Hour Bike Tour of Munich

    Get to know Munich on a bike with a 4-hour guided tour. Meet at Marienplatz 15 next to the Spielzeugmuseum. Here, you will be introduced to your guide and other group members, get acquainted, and hear you about the amazing history of Munich and the buildings closest to that part of the Old Town. After about 15 minutes, walk up the street to a garage location to get your bike. Once you are ready to roll, head out on the city, stopping at the iconic old town, discovering the English Garden, watching the Isar River surfers, and much more. About 2 hours into the tour, stop for a break in Munich's most popular beer garden. Here you will have a chance to eat, drink, and socialize for about an hour before carrying on with the rest of the tour.

    Our guide Ziggy was great. Born in Munich but raised in South Africa. Returned to Munich 20 years ago. Loves the city and it shows. We had 13 riders on a beautiful day. Old Town Munich is quite busy but Ziggy kept us all together and safe at a good pace. Provided plenty of information at each stop. Excellent bike tour.

  • Munich by Bike: Half-Day Tour with Local Guide

    6. Munich by Bike: Half-Day Tour with Local Guide

    Starting from the Hauptbahnhof (Central Train Station), this half-day bicycle tour is a great way to see the city of Munich. Guides are local Munich residents who know the best routes, the best stories, and the best spots to stop for a quick drink. The first stop of the tour is the Neoclassical square, Königsplatz, often called Munich's Acropolis. A few minutes away is the impressive Odeonsplatz. Both are the legacy of King Ludwig I of Bavaria, a 19th-century monarch who wanted to make a grand city for kings. He actually succeeded in making Munich a great city for cyclists. From Odeonsplatz, you'll cycle through the picturesque royal gardens to the Englischer Garten, Europe's largest city park, where nudity happens to be legal. Then the tour stops at the famous Chinese Tower beer garden for refreshments. Cruise along the lovely banks of the river Isar, which leads back into the heart ...

    We loved the bike tour through Munich! Our tour guide (sorry we can't remember her name - young lady with brown hair who studied anthropology) was great! She gave detailed information about the city - we learned about the origin of Munich, explored important landmarks, and even stopped at a Beer Garden to re-energize. With this bike tour, you get to explore more areas than you would be able to on foot. Would definitely recommend!

  • Munich's Old Town by Segway 3-hour Tour

    7. Munich's Old Town by Segway 3-hour Tour

    All beginnings are difficult – not on a Segway! Before you start your tour of Munich, you'll learn how to ride the Segway and realize that it's actually very easy. Experience shows that every customer gets to grips with riding a Segway within minutes. After the initial training you can get on your way and start your tour of the city. The tour starts at Artur-Kutscher-Platz. From there you will head towards Isator. Ride through Tal towards Viktualienmarket and Marienplatz. See Königsplatz and admire its Neo-Classical buildings. Marvel at the impressive Neo-Gothic New Town Hall. See highlights of Munich's oldtown such as Feldherrnhalle and the Theatine Church. End your tour back at the starting point.

    A fun tour of all the key sites in Munich, covering far more ground than you could on foot. Our guide was very informative, with frequent stops to explain the history behind the sites.

  • Munich: Scavenger Hunt through the Old Town

    8. Munich: Scavenger Hunt through the Old Town

    Experience an exciting city tour through Munich's old town in a very special way. Solve puzzles and follow the clues from the numbered envelopes to discover Munich's next highlight. Get a lot of background information about the sights or the city's history. Start at the main station and explore the Karlstor at the famous Stachus, the citizen's hall (Bürgersaal) and the St. Michael's Church (Kirche St. Michael) on Neuhauser Straße among other places. Continue to the famous Frauenkirche, the Marienplatz with the old (Altes Rathaus) and the new town hall (Neues Rathaus) and the Viktualienmarkt. Puzzle your family and yourself through the whole city and get extensive information about the history of Bavaria's capital in a variety of ways.

  • Munich: 'Münchner Kindl' Guided Walking Tour

    9. Munich: 'Münchner Kindl' Guided Walking Tour

    In a tour that makes even the hearts of Munich's residents beat faster, the Münchner Kindl are official tour guides of the City of Munich, trained by München Tourismus. Your official Münchner Kindl guide will welcome you at the imposing City Hall and show you the most beautiful corners of the city centre, such as the Viktualienmarkt, Marienplatz, Hofbräuhaus and Alter Peter. A special focus of this tour is the the coat of arms of Munich, also called the Münchner Kindl. Together we will discover the story behind them, where they come from and the meaning of the figures. At the end of the tour, the Münchner Kindl will be put to bed - what exactly this entails is a little surprise for the visitors.

  • Munich: Customized Private Tour

    10. Munich: Customized Private Tour

    Discover the most important sights of the old town of Munich and take a trip through time from its origins to today with exciting and insightful anecdotes and stories. Wander down the classic route through the old town from Marienplatz, past St. Peter's Church and Viktualienmarkt to the Hofbräuhaus then further to the Alter Hof, past the Munich Residence to Odeonsplatz. Alternatively, follow your own wishes to see other highlights, with themes such as "Sayings and Myths," "Notable Nobility" or "Life in the Middle Ages." Should you prefer a tour through greenery, let your guide show you the English Garden along the Isar. Alternatively, head off the beaten path for a discovery tour of the Haidhausen, Schwabing or the colorful and lively Glockenbachviertel neighborhoods. Enjoy a city tour tailored directly to your individual wishes and interests and at a start time of your choice.

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What people are saying about Old Town, Munich

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 1,127 reviews

We loved the bike tour through Munich! Our tour guide (sorry we can't remember her name - young lady with brown hair who studied anthropology) was great! She gave detailed information about the city - we learned about the origin of Munich, explored important landmarks, and even stopped at a Beer Garden to re-energize. With this bike tour, you get to explore more areas than you would be able to on foot. Would definitely recommend!

Our guide Ziggy was great. Born in Munich but raised in South Africa. Returned to Munich 20 years ago. Loves the city and it shows. We had 13 riders on a beautiful day. Old Town Munich is quite busy but Ziggy kept us all together and safe at a good pace. Provided plenty of information at each stop. Excellent bike tour.

The slightly different city tour with creepy stories that you have certainly not heard since then. With a little luck you might see one or two ghosts or at least know when and where it is worth stopping by :). Have fun and just get involved - I recommend you.

The Segway tour combined with the sights was really good. You get on quickly, you see a lot! A small disadvantage is that you didn't hear the guide during the Segway ride. Otherwise all good…

Thorsten was cool and had fun showing us a part of Munich! Very well versed in the history of this beautiful city!