Traveling to Munich and Bavaria;
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let me help you plan your travel holiday as your private tour guide
on several day trips, in Munich & Bavaria.
On this tour we will make a Private Walking Tour in Munich at your personal pace.
I will be your guide, translator and driver using a comfortable car when needed.
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Imagine, your own driver, guide, translator!
Experience Bavaria through the eyes of an insider.
This Munich Historical Tour takes 2 or 4 hours with many options include. Door to Door service is yours with all my tours, beginning and ending at your Munich Hotel. Relax and enjoy your holiday with me as your private tour guide in Munich.
We will depart your hotel in Munich at earlier arranged time of your choosing visiting the Munich Olympic tower first.
For Example some places of interest in Munich:
Feldherrnhalle (Field Marshal's Hall), Hall of Fame and Statue of Bavaria, Munichs famous Nymphenburg Palace and Park, Amalienburg, Badenburg, Pagodenburg und Magdalenenklause (Hermitage) or Marstallmuseum (Museum of Carriages and Sleighs in the former Royal Stables) and the Munich Museum of Nymphenburg Porcelain.
There is much time needed to visit all of the above, but several of the Munich locations maybe visited during either a two or on a four hour Munich city tour.
At the end of this Munich Historical Tour you may like to visit Munichs Residence Museum, Cuvilliés Theater, and the Treasury.
Please inquire for more tips during our Munich Historical Tour.
Please ask for more details, each tour will be planned individually according to your interests here in Munich and Bavaria.
Munichs Newest Architectural Wonder! (BMW Welt)
Only in December: Christmas Markets in Munich and Bavaria!
Every year we have new and interesting Christmas Markets that can be visited. Some are very limited time wise, and may only be one day or two weekends. The smaller the better, I find.
Within the city of Munich are many as each area has its own.
Munich's Christmas Market, or Christkindlmarkt, is almost as old as the world-famous local breweries. Originally called the Nicholas Market, the festive tradition dates back to the 14th century.
The town's annals first mention Christmas activity near the Frauenkirche (Church of our Lady) in 1642.
"Oberammergau goods, Nuremberg Lebkuchen (ginger bread), cotton children's-wear, crib figurines, and chimney sweepers made from plum and almonds" were among the wide range of exciting products on display.
In 1806 the Nicholas Market altered its name and it wasn't until 1972 - after several changes of address - that the Munich Christmas Market found its final home in the city centre.
Be sure to plan in advance with me so as to get the most out of the season.
Ask about our special Medieval Markets which are very unique.