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Roll out the Barrels – Beer and Brewery Tour

Promenade along the sights of the so-called „liquid bread“ and find out about the question where beer stines come from. Why the strongbeer festival is celebrated during Lent and why chestnut trees are planted in beergardens? … many questions and many more answers …

Enjoy the tour – Cheers!


Star-shine and Gingerbread

Every year Munich‘s oldest Christmas market takes place at Marienplatz. Let‘s stroll along the alleys and walkways filled with the smells of Mulled Wine and gingerbread and taste some traditional Christmas goodies. Come along and get familiar with enchanting Christmas traditions.

English garden with city silhouette

Walk in the Park!

Those who love to get away from the hustle and bustle of town you can find many green places – from the banks of the Isar river to the Olympic Park, the English Garden to Nymphenburg or the gardens of the Royal Palace – we take you on a discovery tour to Munich‘s historical and modern gardens and parks.

Munich Oktoberfest

Welcome to the Oktoberfest!

Every year the Oktoberfest, the world‘s biggest beer festival, takes place in the autumn. But do you know how it all started and what is being celebrated? Why are locals referring to the „Wies‘n“? We‘ll introduce you to the colourful world of beer-tents, show-men and their attractions.

This tour does not include reservations for the beer tents!

Shopping in Munich

Shop till you drop!

On this tour we will check out the elegant fashion boutiques along Maximilianstrasse and Maximilianhöfe, the mainstream department stores in the pedestrian area, the amazing new shopping paradise „Hofstatt“ and little typical souvenir shops before we get to Viktualienmarkt where our feet and credit cards may have a rest.


Viktualienmarkt – The Market Square

The so-called Viktualienmarkt is one of many market squares in town. It offers a great choice of local groceries and delicacies from all over the world. Let us take you back to the good old days when horse carts delivered their fresh products to the market, beer and meat was stored in ice cellars and seasonal fairs took place.