Meet your guide at Munich Central Station to begin your 2-hour tour of Old Town, Munich’s charming historical center that’s home to some the city’s most famous churches, monuments, beer halls and museums.
From Marienplatz, Munich’s central square since the 1100s, learn about the city’s long and eventful history as you stroll the medieval alleyways that wind through Old Town. Admire the architecture of the Old Town Hall, with its glockenspiel that re-enacts stories from the 16th century.
Take photos of Frauenkirche, Munich’s iconic red-roofed cathedral that was bombed during World War II, and see St Peter’s Church, the oldest church in Old Town.
Pass through the Viktualienmarkt food market and peer in the windows of Hofbräuhaus, Munich’s must-visit beer hall. Stop in front of the Munich Residenz, the former royal palace of Bavarian monarchs. Then pass through the large square of Odeonsplatz and see the Alter Hof, the former imperial residence of Louis IV, King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor in the 1300s.
Your 2-hour Old Town walking tour ends back at Marienplatz. Your guide will be happy to give you tips and recommendations for great local shopping, events and restaurants to enjoy afterwards.
Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche)
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