The History of Munich’s Beer Tour 

Munich is the world’s most famous beer capital with a history of brewing going back over 800 years and on our 3 hour walking tour you can explore the story of how Munich and beer became so entwined. From religion to politics, to science, to art, the beer and brewing traditions of the city have helped shape Munich to become what it is today. And of course it goes without saying there will be beer tasting involved on this tour. Three free drinks are included in the admission. 
On the tour discover: 
The sites of many of Munich’s oldest breweries. 
The origins of Oktoberfest. 
The beer hall culture in Munich. 
The history of Munich’s famous beer gardens. 
How art, science, politics and cultural life in Munich revolved around it’s beerhalls. 
And much, much more 
Our Prices: 
All tours include three free beers (Or soft drinks for non-drinkers). Under 16’s come free. 
1 person: €65 
2 people: €110 
3 people: €150 
4 people: €170 
4+ people: Price on application. 

The History of Munich’s Beer: Die Volle Mass! 

Die Volle Mass tour covers everything the usual History of Munich’s Beer Tour does but it also takes in the famous Beer and Oktoberfest Museum located in Munich’s oldest building. For only an extra €10 pp! 
(Please note the museum is only open Tuesdays –Saturdays, 13.00-18.00. It is closed on public holidays) 
This tour will include: 
Many incredible original antiques in the museum exhibitions. 
A short film about how beer is brewed in Munich today. 
Seeing the inside of one of Munich’s oldest surviving medieval houses, still with many of its original features. 
1: Person: €75 
2: People: €130 
3: People: €180 
4: People: €210 
4+: price on application. 

Nymphenburg Palace 

Join us on an excursion to what is often called the Versailles of Munich. Nymphenburg is one of Munich’s true jewels, an architectural masterpiece set amongst some of the most beautiful gardens in Europe. On our tour you will see all of this and learn about the struggles of the powerful Wittelsbach family in the age of glory against kings, emperors and tyrants. 
See the magnificent baroque palace and learn about court etiquette, art and daily life 
Walk through the gardens and discover the hidden palaces within 
From Marlborough to Napoleon, learn about the triumphs and disasters of the Wittelsbach family 
The scandal of its day; marvel at Ludwig I’s famous gallery of beauties 
See Ludwig II’s, the famous ‘fairy tale king’s,’ birthplace 
Available only from April 1-October 15th. 
Prices. (Incl. Transport and entrance to the main palace and four garden palaces) 
1x adult: €110 
2x adults: €190 
3x adults: €250 
4x adults: €300 
Larger groups please email for more details 
Children under 18 free 
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