See all of Munich in just one day with a Private Guide, private transport and tickets to top attractions included. Discover Old Town highlights and visit St. Peter’s Church, Frauenkirche, Asamkirche, English Garden and the Residenz!

  • Discover Munich’s top attractions with a 5-Stars Private Guide
  • See Old Town highlights and learn about Bavarian history and culture
  • Visit the city’s top churches and English Garden (in 7 and 8-hour tour)
  • Admire the wonders of the Residenz (in 8-hour tour)
  • Take advantage of private car transport with a pickup and drop-off service

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  • 3 - 8 hours
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  • Live GuideEnglish, German, French, Italian, Russian, Spanish
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This original tour by car combines the comfort and efficiency of a private driver with the knowledge and personal touch of a private guide to show you the historical, cultural and architectural highlights of Munich in just one day. Discover the best the city has to offer!

The 3-hour tour is the easiest way to sightsee in Munich’s Old Town as it includes private transfers between the sites, so you won’t have to walk long distances. The tour will begin with a pickup from your accommodation in a clean, air-conditioned vehicle. You will first visit Marienplatz, the beating heart of the Old Town. See the magnificent New Town Hall as well as the 14th-century Old Town, the famous Fish Brunnen fountain and St Peter’s Church. Make a stop at the sprawling 200-year-old Victuals Market (Viktualienmarkt) and try authentic Munich food and beer (at your own expense).

See also the ornate Asamkirche and the restored, 14th-century city gate Sendlinger Tor, the Renaissance-style St. Michael’s Church and the Gothic-style Frauenkirche. Learn about the Munich’s dark past as the city where the Nazi Party first came to power and see the Odeonsplatz, where the fatal gu battle of Beer Hall Putsch took place. The final stop will be at the Residenz, which housed the Bavarian monarch from 1385 to 1918. At the end of the tour, you will be dropped off at the address of your accommodation.

Choose the 7-tour tour to enhance your experience with a visit inside some of these historical and cultural monuments! During this tour you will step inside St. Peter’s Church, which is the city’s oldest church, known for its beautiful high altar and a gem-studded relic of St. Mundita. You will also visit Frauenkirche (Munich Cathedral) to hear the story of its legendary Devil’s footprint, and Asamkirche to admire its lavish, baroque interior swathed in gold leaf, frescoes and stucco. This extended route also includes a stop at the English Garden, a beautiful urban park known for river surviving, beer and naked sunbathing.

Opt for the 8-hour tour to also visit the famous Munich Residenz, the largest city palace in Germany. Admire its spectacular architecture, room decorations, and displays from the former royal collections. Discover the antique collection of Duke Albert V in the renaissance Hall of Antiquities, beautiful art in the baroque Ancestral Gallery, the throne of the Kings of Bavaria in the neoclassical Small Throne Room, and so much more!

  • Private Car Tour of Munich’s Old Town and Top Attractions
  • Licensed Guide who speaks fluently in the chosen language
  • Free entry to St. Peter’s Church, Frauenkirche, Asamkirche (in 7 and 8-hour tours)
  • Tickets to the Munich Residenz (in 8-hour option)
  • Car transfers with a pickup and drop-off at your accommodation
  • Beer and snacks at the Victuals Market
  • Entrance fee to the Observation Terrace of St. Peter’s Church

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What you should know

  • Please check your email the day before the tour to receive important information
  • Please note that due to daily, Sunday and holiday masses at the churches, sightseeing inside may be limited to the outside