- 2.5-hour private walking tour of Third Reich Munich, led by a history-expert guide
- See historical buildings linked to Nazi Germany such as the former Gestapo headquarters
- Pay your respects at the poignant Memorial to the Victims of Nazism
- Hear lesser-known tales about Adolf Hitler and his rise to power in Munich
- Upgrade to a 4-hour tour to see Hitler’s former apartment at Prinzregentenplatz and the district of Schwabing
- Enjoy a flexible itinerary with personalized attention from a private guide
What You Can Expect
Stroll around Munich Old Town, and see a collection of historical sites associated with the city’s Nazi era, from the building where Hitler first joined the party to the poignant Memorial to the Victims of Nazism. Discover where the former headquarters of the Gestapo is located and visit the place where the infamous ‘beer hall putsch’ of 1923 took place, an event that propelled Hitler to the public eye.
As you walk, listen to historical tidbits and tales about the rise of the Nazi party and look at black-and-white photos of the city taken during the Third Reich. Your guide has detailed knowledge on the social issues and events of Nazi Germany, so feel free to ask questions and chat about sites of particular interest.
After 2.5 hours exploring the streets of Nazi Munich, make your way back to the start point where your walking tour finishes. If you have more time spare and want to learn more about the city during the Third Reich, upgrade to the 4-hour tour and enjoy another 1.5 hours exploring Munich.
Head to Hitler’s former apartment at Prinzregentenplatz, from where he was often known to wave out of the windows, and explore Schwabing, once a repressed Nazi neighborhood but now a vibrant and bustling district. Visit Schwabing’s Schelling Salon, a favorite drinking hole of the leader, and sit down for a drink and refreshments before returning to the start point where your 4-hour tour finishes.