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Munich and Nazi History Combination Day Tour

1. Munich and Nazi History Combination Day Tour

Come along and join this unique day tour experience starting from famous Marienplatz in central Munich. The tour starts at 09:00 AM with a visit to the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site, using the excellent Munich transportation system. Dachau is a place of remembrance, reflection, and education, a must visit location during your stay. Spend the whole day with a Dachau memorial licensed guide, who will be passionate about making your experience as factually rich and thought provoking as possible. A thorough tour of the site will be provided but you will also be allocated time to explore the excellent museum exhibit. Questions are welcome, and interaction with your guide encouraged, so as to enhance your experience. Return with your guide to Marienplatz, at which time you will have a short break during which you can get refreshments and something to eat. Your guide will have suggestions for eateries. At 03:00 PM, starting again from Marienplatz, part two of your day commences with a walking tour through beautiful Munich. Locations of relevance to the Nazi party and Adolf Hitler will be exposed, such as the location where Hitler joined the German Workers Party, the location where it was decided to carry out a pogrom against German Jews in November 1938, and where the Munich agreement was signed also in 1938. In addition to the locations pertaining to this specific period, you will see other places of interest such as the oldest parish church in Munich, one of the quaintest beer gardens in the city and the world famous Hofbrauhaus. The tour will finish at Königsplatz where the Nazis used to hold their rallies and the location of the infamous Führerbau and new documentation center of National socialism. At the end of this approximate 8 hour tour you will have the option of being escorted back to Marienplatz by train with your guide or pick up your own itinerary. Your guide will be happy to advise or help you in terms of restaurant suggestions or directions. This tour is a really efficient and easy way for visitors to Munich to get a real inside look at this very significant and dark period in Munich history, a history that is not glaringly obvious to the casual visitor to this magnificent old medievil landmark.

Munich: Third Reich Guided City Walking Tour

2. Munich: Third Reich Guided City Walking Tour

Trace back the political origins of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi movement on a guided walking tour in Munich. Discover Munich’s past as you visit the historical locations during the events of the Third Reich. Begin your guided tour in Marienplatz. From there, take a walk through the most important events of the Third Reich. After making your way to Odeonsplatz, visit the Hofbräuhaus and delve into the history of Hitler's putsch and the origins of the National Socialist German Workers' Party. Continue to the front of the Haus der Kunst, which was the first propaganda building in Nazi Germany. Hear stories from your guide about the influence of the regime on art and the banning of degenerate art. Discover the German Resistance Movement and learn about protagonists such as Georg Elser and the White Rose. Afterward, reach the Führerbau, the place where the Munich Agreement was signed in 1938, before concluding the tour at Königsplatz.

In the Footsteps of the Third Reich

3. In the Footsteps of the Third Reich

Discover and experience what traces the National Socialists left behind in Munich on a walking tour to the most important Nazi sites of activity. Understand when and why Adolf Hitler came to Munich, where he lived, how the NSDAP started, the most important Nazi buildings, the so-called Hitler coup and what resistance there was against the Nazi regime in Munich. Anyone seeking answers can find them in Munich, the cradle of National Socialism and where it grew into a movement. The tour begins at Odeonsplatz with the story of why Hitler came to Munich and where he lived and how he made a living. There you will exactly where the Hitler coup ended and see the former monument, which was erected for the deceased putschists. Afterward, you will walk through the court garden and explore a monument which was erected for resistance fighters. At the largest university in Germany the LMU you will hear about a well-known resistance group called "The White Rose" who created flyers and got beheaded at the end. In the Square of the Victims of National Socialism, you find out exactly who the victims were. At Haus der Kunst you will learn how the Nazis influenced art. In Galeriestraße you can still see where exactly the exhibition "Degenerate Art" took place. At the Karolinenplatz you will get to know the main sponsors of the Nazis. The last stop is the party center of the Nazis in Munich at Königsplatz, where you discover the Nazi headquarters the "Brown House" the Führer building (Hitler's office), the NSDAP administration and the NS Documentation Centre opened in 2015. You have the opportunity to visit the NS Documentation Centre after the tour (admission is not included).

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What people are saying about Führerbau

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based on 549 reviews

Out of 5 stars, I give 10 to Alun! Took the tour on July 19, 2021. It is open! Highly recommended! Alun will exceed your expectations! He is very well prepared and is open to respectfully engage in meaningful-educational dialogues. He provides the information in a logical, structured manner. I cannot urge you enough to take the tour with Alun. You will learn interesting facts about the Third Reich and the Nazis, while seeing the places where Nazism began and dreadful decisions were taken. Thank you very much Alun!

Brilliant tour guide! Alun was really friendly and organised a great tour. He was full of knowledge and made it so easy to ask questions. The tour was set out well with time for us to spend in Dachau museum and also some time for lunch at Marienplatz before the second part of the tour. Would highly recommend to anyone wanting to learn about the subject matter!

Absolutely loved that tour. It was the highlight of my trip. Thanks to the guide who was so VERY knowdlegeable and his explanations so clear given with passion. It was just unbelievable to follow the Nazi past and see where all those terrible events happened. I recommand that tour if you are like me interested in WWII.

was an excellent tour - My son is doing GCSE history and found it a very useful

great experience. Guide demonstrated knowledge with sympathy.