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Private tours and guided tours in Munich and Bavaria

Sightseeing tours - To really get to know and appreciate Munich, we recommend hiring the service of our local partner: a professional and passionate tour guide to show you around the town, entertain you and share his knowledge. All partners in the cities presented by LatLon-Europe are expert tour guides and passionate about their job. Valérie Kieffer is in charge of the guided tours at Munich and Bavaria, so please, contact him directly to book your personal guided tour.

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City guided tours in Munich and Bavaria with Valérie Kieffer

Valérie KIEFFER  
Guia de Munich

                  Heinrich-Vogl-Str. 6
                  D- 81479 München
                  E-Mail: Valerie.kieffer@wunder-der-stadt.de
                  Web: www.wunder-der-stadt.de
                  Mobil: +49/ (0)170 437 89 48

"You don't even go somewhere else, I tell you, there's nothing like Munich. Everything else is a waste of time in Germany." - Ernest Hemingway

Follow the advice of Hemingway and come to Munich!

I propose you classic city tours by foot or bus or themed tours in and around Munich.
The history of the humble monastic settlement, for example, which later became the headquarters of the Holy Roman-Germanic Empire, the royal residence and the art metropolis, and finally one of the most important university town and business center of Germany. Discover the masterpieces of the pinacothecs and let yourself be inspired by richly decorated churches and palaces - a must for visitors interested by art and culture.

There are special prices and guided tours for school classes.

You can find some ideas bellow but the best thing to do is to get in touch with me.

 
     
 
860 years of Munich history - a walking tour of the old town

Discover the landmarks of Munich on this beautiful tour in the old town!

Munich - that's 860 years of history, with dukes, electors and kings. With numerous churches and historical places, with football, dirndls and white sausages... We leave nothing out on this tour of Munich's old town. We discover the different facets of the Bavarian capital: the Marienplatz, the "Alte Peter", the Viktualienmarkt, the Hofbräuhaus, the Residenz, the Odeonsplatz, the Fünf-Höfe and the Frauenkirche are just a few of the many faces of Munich.

The tour through the old town is ideal for exploring the most important highlights of Munich city center with a different view.


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Booking:

2 hours - Also suitable for school class

€ 210.00 Incl. VAT

+49/ (0)170 437 89 48 or
Valerie.kieffer@wunder-der-stadt.de

 
     
 
City guided tour in Munich:    The castles

The Munich Residence - 450 years of Wittelsbach history

The Residenz belongs to the most beautifull and interesting palaces in Europe. The construction started in the 14th century and lasted 450 years!

The city palace was the headquarters of the Wittelsbach family until 1919, the residence of the dukes, electors and kings of Bavaria, but also of Emperor Charles VII. German and French emperors, foreign kings, world-class artists and later important politicians visited this place. Completely destroyed in the Second World War and the Residenz was rebuilt in its entirety with lots of love and great attention to details and the help of Munich's citizens. The splendor of the once important building can be admired again today.

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Price:

Booking:

2 hours - Also suitable for school class

€ 210.00 Incl. VAT (tickets not included)

+49/ (0)170 437 89 48 or
Valerie.kieffer@wunder-der-stadt.de

 
     
 
City guided tour in Munich:    Nymphenburg Palaces

The birth of the long-awaited son brought the elector Henriette-Adelaide not only a legacy for the Bavarian crown but also a magnificent summer residence: Nymphenburg Palace was the gift of her husband for the birth of the prince.

It fulfilled a dream and brought the best artists, builders and architects of your time from Italy and France to Munich. They created one of the most magnificent palace. For 200 years, Nymphenburg became the summer residence of the Wittelsbach family. The landscaped park invites you to take a walk and the hidden park castles are just waiting to be discovered!
Photo: © Bayerische Schlösserverwaltung - J.Lutz

Duration :

Price:

Booking:

2 hours - Also suitable for school class

€ 210.00 Incl. VAT - (tickets not included)

+49/ (0)170 437 89 48 or
Valerie.kieffer@wunder-der-stadt.de

 
     
 
Munich and the National Socialism

As 1923 Adolf Hitler tried a military coup in Munich nobody could imagine, what would happened 10 years later. The so called “Beer Hall Putsch” failed but 1933 Hitler was elected chancellor and Munich became the capital of the “Mouvement”.

Our tour takes us to numerous places steeped in history from this period. We follow Hitler's footsteps, from his first appearances in the restaurant "Zum Sternecker" to the major rallies at Königsplatz. We walk to the most important places (Führerbau, University…) and we talk about the “White Rose” a student resistance organization.

And we do not only visit the politically significant places on this tour. You also try to understand how it could happen.

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Price:

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2,5 hours - Also suitable for school class

€ 250.00 Incl. VAT (tickets not in the offing)

+49/ (0)170 437 89 48 or
Valerie.kieffer@wunder-der-stadt.de

 
     
 
Memorial of Dachau

As the Munich police chief Heinrich Himmler announced the opening of the Dachau concentration camp on March 20, 1933, few suspected that this name would forever become synonymous with SS violence and National Socialist terror.

Almost 80 years later, the voice of the survivors slowly but surely disappears. The concentration camp memorial is a legacy for future generations. "It is designed to help save mankind from having to repeat a similar disaster," said General André Delpech, a survivor.

A tour of the memorial and the exhibition gives an idea of the conditions that prisoners had to endure in the camp.

Duration :

Price:

Booking:

2,5 hours - Also suitable for school class

€ 250.00 Incl. VAT (tickets not in the offing)

+49/ (0)170 437 89 48 or
Valerie.kieffer@wunder-der-stadt.de

 
     
 



 
     
     

  



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