Monday to Sunday
Our offices in Munich
Our offices in Munich
You will start with this walking tour from the offices of Radius Tours near the Hauptbahnhof central train station, right next to platforms 32-34, you will leave at 10:15 AM, once you know your local guide will take you through from the historic center. It is recommended that you arrive 15 minutes early so you do not miss any time of this unforgettable tour.
As a first point, you will visit the historical center of Munich where the local guide will explain everything about the history of the city, you will know the main monuments such as Marienplatz and the Glockenspiel, Viktualien Market, Royal Residence, Opera House and other places.
You will also know many secrets and admire beautiful churches in the city. The guide will explain to you every detail, you will know the Nazi history of the twentieth century and the history of the third Reich, at the same time you will learn about the most famous breweries.
You will finish the tour at the same starting point and so the guide can provide you with the necessary information to return to your hotel.
Tour Tickets (may vary by date)
|Adults (P/P)||15.00 (EUR)|
|Students (with ID)||13.00 (EUR)|
|Children (from 6 to 13 years old)||8.50 (EUR)|
- Comfortable walking shoes.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you simply turn up without a reservation?
Mostly, yes, but not always. For most of the year, you can go up 15 minutes before the start of the tour and buy a ticket without prior reservation, especially for afternoon excursions.
Keep in mind that it is better to have a reservation or advance purchase of tickets for morning excursions, especially the Dachau Memorial 9:15 AM tour and the day trips to Neuschwanstein and Salzburg during the busy summer months. For example, if you simply show up without a reservation 15 minutes before the Neuschwanstein tour leaves in July, we can not guarantee that you will get a place on the tour. If you are not sure, just give us a call.
Are the routes suitable for people with mobility or walking difficulties?
Most of our tours are walking tours, and although they go at a normal pace and are not strenuous, there are some that may not be as good for people with mobility difficulties.
Please feel free to call us or send us an email about mobility and access for wheelchairs for specific tours.
Should you tip the guide?
Yes, please, if you think they have worked hard for you and have earned it.
Munich tourism is highly competitive, and this is great news for visitors, since it means that the prices of the tours are cheap. There are some other places in Europe where you can get a 10 hour trip per day, including the cost of your train ticket for less than € 40.00 EUR. However, this is not good news for our guides, since competitive ticket prices impose a limit on the amount we can pay them. For many guides, the advice of satisfied customers can make a difference. If you like the tour, do not hesitate to show your appreciation by inclining the guide.
Please note: do not tilt your guide inside the Dachau memorial site. Doing that goes against the rules of the Memorial.