The Free Tour is the ideal tour to understand the history of the city of Munich. We will explore the old town for around 2 and a half hours discovering the most popular places so that you get a much broader view of Bavarian history and culture.
In 1935 Adolf Hitler names Munich as "Hauptstadt der Bewegung" (capital of the movement). He names it that way, because in 1920 he founded here the NSDAP, the National Socialist or Nazi party. The streets and beer gardens of Munich were the preferred setting for rallies and parades of the Hitler regime.
In its more than 860 years of history, Munich has been the protagonist of wars, fires, contagious diseases, sieges, natural disasters. If its cobblestones and streets could speak... more than one would be surprised!
During the National Socialist regime the rights and freedoms of citizens were totally restricted. Many followed the doctrines marked by the regime, but many other courageous ones revealed themselves from the shadows.
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Munich, capital of the Federated State of Bavaria, north of the Alps, is one of the most important cities in southern Germany. Munich has become a key destination, for all those interested in German culture, traditions, history and gastronomy.
What to see in Munich? Yoorner, if you think this city does not have much to offer, beyond Oktoberfest, wait, because its beauty is impressive. Book our Free Walking tour Munich with guide tour in Spanish, visit Marienplatz, this square is the nerve center of the city, where you can climb the Neues Rathaus Tower and offers one of the most spectacular views of the city and do not miss the Residenz , the palace of the former royalty. If you travel with children, visit the Spielzeugmuseum, it is located in the Altes Rathaus, and offers a huge collection of toys.
Explore with our excursions and free tours St Peter's Church, the Church of San Pedro, is the oldest in the city dating from the 11th century and let yourself be delighted by its frescoes and stained glass windows. As well as the Asamkirche, the Church of San Juan, one of the best examples of Rococo. And if you've been wanting more Rococó, don't miss the Cuvilliés Theater located inside the Residenz. If you have a fondness for cars, you must visit the BMW Museum, which is located right next to the BMW Tower, it is one of the most visited museums in Munich, you will be able to see all the cars and motorcycles of the most advanced German company on the market German.
Yooners, where to eat in Munich? The best place is Viktualienmarkt, one of the best Gourmet markets in the city, always lively, you can buy both fresh products and prepared meals, at an economical price and without losing authenticity, from a bratwurst to a cheese board accompanied, with a good bavarian beer.
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