Coach Tours

Munich is a city with nearly 1000 years of history and has many stories to tell – there is so much to say, to see and to learn: founded by Duke Henry the Lion in 1158, it passed to the Wittelsbach Family in 1180 and they made Munich their residence and the capital of Bavaria….

City Walks

Munich is one of Germany’s most popular travel destinations – the main sights are “Marienplatz”, the square in heart of Munich, where the City Hall with its famous  “Glockenspiel“ (carillon) is situated, the nearby “Viktualienmarkt“ (food market) with culinary delights both Bavarian and international, the Isar river, the Cathedral and – last but not least…

Museum Visits

Guided tours in Munich’s museums – that means understanding paintings of different centuries in the many art galleries, experiencing the new Brandhorst Museum with contemporary art, visiting the antique sculptures in the “Glyptothek”; learning about Munich in the City Museum – and much more. So, whether you are interested in the old masters, like the…

Parks and Gardens

Munich is a very green city and thus an oasis for strollers.  Where? Along the Isar River there are pleasant walkways and meadow gardens; near the Residence and Nymphenburg Palace there are elegant formal baroque gardens, and quite near the old town there is the famous English Garden (which offers a planned landscape that gives…

Palaces and Churches

In the 17th Century Munich was called the „German Rome“ because of its splendid churches: the Cathedral with its onion-shaped towers that have become the landmark of Munich, Old St. Peter’s, the private Asam Church, and the Church of the Theatines – just to mention a few. They bear witness to centuries of religious feelings…

Theme Tours

Immerse yourself in the world of music: Richard Strauss, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Richard Wagner, Carl Orff – they lived and worked in the city and permanently left their mark — perhaps the biggest mark being that Munich must be considered one of the great music-loving cities of the world. Get acquainted with the elegant neoclassical…