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  • Munich: Guided Tour of New Town Hall

    1. Munich: Guided Tour of New Town Hall

    Discover the New Town Hall on Marienplatz and learn the unique history of the city and building during this exclusive guided tour. Visit the neo-Gothic Munich Town Hall, which offers much more than the world-famous Glockenspiel. Stroll through the grand rooms and to the building’s balcony, the stage for FC Bayern’s championship celebrations. Walk through the reading room at the Law Library, which has been used as a setting for films such as “Cabaret” with Liza Minelli and the German adventure film “Bibi Blocksberg." During the tour, learn about the history of the Town Hall and the stories behind some of the city’s historical figures who adorn the Neue Rathaus’ facade.

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

    2. 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

    3. 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: Walking Tour

    4. Munich: Walking Tour

    Start in the very heart of Munich, at Marienplatz (St. Mary's Square) with its beautiful New City Hall and view to Frauenkirche (Cathedral of Our Dear Lady). Marvel at St. Peter's, the first and eldest church of Munich. Go inside to admire its precious interior.

    Head to Viktualienmarkt, Germany's biggest food and grocery market with many Bavarian delicacies, to get a feeling for Bavarian food and where you meet some of the vendors. Only some minutes away, visit the famous Hofbräuhaus with its numerous international tourists but also strict Bavarian traditions.

    Continue to Max-Joseph-Square to discover the Royal Residence, where the family of Wittelsbach (the Bavaria kings) lived, loved, and ruled. If there is time left, stop at Fieldmarshall's Hall, erected when the old city walls have been demolished. Discover the evolution Munich has experienced from a ...

  • Munich: 2 Hour Private Walking Tour

    5. Munich: 2 Hour Private Walking Tour

    The tour begins in the heart of Munich, Marienplatz, where you’ll meet your friendly guide and set off on a two hour sightseeing adventure. Follow your guide through the city’s charming streets and visit some of the most iconic sights and landmarks in the historic center. Marvel at the unique architecture of the buildings, mingle with the locals, and get a sense of life in this bustling city. You’ll also discover some of Munich’s hidden gems including beloved food markets, cafés, and restaurants. By the end of the tour you’ll have a better understanding of the Bavarian capital, as well as plenty of tips and recommendations to enhance your stay in the city.

  • Munich City & English Garden Walking Tour in English

    6. Munich City & English Garden Walking Tour in English

    Pulsating with energy and commerce, yet charmingly wedded to its historic past, Munich is an exciting city to visit and a charming town to walk around. On this 2-hour tour with an expert guide you will be introduced to many of its major attractions and told about some of the city’s legends. Start at the large open square of Marienplatz, dominated by the Old and New Town Hall. Stroll through the inner city and see sites such as the Frauenkirche and the former royal palaces of the Munich Residenz. Along the way you will learn about the city’s colorful 850-year history, stopping at sites that have witnessed events of not just local, but worldwide interest. See some of its famous beer halls and move on to its green attraction, the massive English Garden. Larger than New York’s Central Park, you will walk among oak and maple trees and discover where people can surf, despite being 6 hours f...

    Our guide was informative and knowledgeable. Also very pleasant, answered all our questions and was attentive to the group. The duration of the tour was just enough- any shorter would be too short, and any longer would be too tiring for this kind of experience (walking tour).

  • Historical Bus Tour of Berlin by VW Bus

    7. Historical Bus Tour of Berlin by VW Bus

    Experience an exclusive guided Tour through Berlin and learn the history and meaning of the most important tourist attractions. The city of Berlin is like an open history book, where important events in German and international history can be explored and understood firsthand. This tour starts in medieval Berlin on Mühlendamm, which linked the cities of Cölln and Berlin in the 13th century. Passing by the Nikolaiviertel, the Rotes Rathaus, and St. Mary's Church, head to Berlin Cathedral, which houses the impressive Hohenzollern Crypt. From here you can see the golden dome of the New Synagogue on Oranienburger Straße, located near the Scheunenviertel, the former center of Jewish life in Berlin. Continuing along Unter den Linden with its magnificent buildings, you’ll reach Gendarmenmarkt, one of the most beautiful squares in the city and the location of the German and French Cathedrals. ...

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What people are saying about Neues Rathaus

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 162 reviews

Highly recommend! You learn so much you wouldn’t know just sightseeing on your own! Our tour went over the 2 hours since we were such a small group and were able to walk to more places! Very interesting! Learned a lot!

Super scavenger hunt through Munich. Everyone from big to small had fun and we had a great time exploring the city with lots of background information on the sights. Was a fun alternative to a classic city tour.

Rainy but well entertained by Barbara She is a very knowledgeable guide and we discovered a few things we didn’t know about the city even after visiting so many times!

Corbin was an excellent tour guide, full of facts and helpful info. The tour was great and covered so much ground!

It was an excellent experience! A fun way to learn about Munich's history, culture, architecture, and art.