Half-Day Third Reich Historical Walking Tour In Munich

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 5 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    10:10 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Marienplatz
  • Return Details :
    Tour returns to Marienplatz
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

Explore the history of the Nazi Party and Germanys Third Reich on this half-day historical walking tour in Munich. Follow a guide through the streets of Munich, once controlled by Adolf Hitler and his powerful Nazi Party. Take in key sites of interest such as Hofbruhaus, Knigsplatz, and the Felderrnhalle where the Nazis first tried to take power and learn of the motivations which drove the Third Reich. Hear how art was used as propaganda and gain insight into life here under the old regime.

Highlights

  • Family friendly
  • Get inside tips from a local
  • Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour

Know More about this tour

Meet your guide in central Munichs Marienplatz in the morning, then set off into the city to begin your 5-hour walking tour. Along the way, listen as your guide sheds light on the history of the Nazi Party and the rise of the Third Reich.

Take in top attractions including Hofbruhaus where the Third Reichs first mass meeting took place Knigsplatz, and the 19th-century Felderrnhalle the location of the party's failed attempt to seize power.

During your tour, gain insight into the rise of Nazism in 20th-century Germany. See the location of the early party headquarters, and hear how the resistance to the old order grew slowly and steadily. As you explore, listen as your guide sheds light on the ways in which the Nazi party used art as a propaganda tool.

Afterward, finish your walking tour back at Marienplatz.

Inclusions

Guide

Exclusions

Lunch

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Wheelchair accessible

A moderate amount of walking is involve

Traveler Reviews

  • 15-Jul-2019

    Informative tour which would have been a LOT better but Munich was celebrating with parades, LOUD THUMPING music at almost every platz and it was raining intermittently. The guide had to constantly adjust where we could stand where it was semi-quiet and somewhat dry.
    That being said, the guide was experienced and was very informative explaining the early Nazi history in Munich. He did a very solid job answering questions and keeping the group together.

  • 03-Jul-2019

    Guide walks too fast for photographers to keep up. Seeing the sites was interesting, but could be done with a guidebook and city map. No entries aside from normally accessible places anyone could see. Ended in midst of nowhere since the was an add-on portion we did not do. We liked finding our way back, but some might be uncomfortable with it.

  • 22-Apr-2019

    The tour guide (I think his name is rick) was excellent, very knowledgeable of the history of WWII and ready to answer questions in a very nice and interesting way. Had a great time with him!!

  • 18-Mar-2019

    Knowledgeable friendly guide. Good conversation. Definitely knew his history. Tour seemed to go quickly.

  • 31-May-2017

    This like most Viators was absolutely excellent. The guide Anne was amazing. First, she loves Munich! unlike so many guides she did not walk ahead or too fast. She cared about everyone in the group. She provided historical context to each site and set the stage so that even those with little background into the chronology of the Nazi movement could put the sites into a logical framework. She is also very generous. As we had an enthusiastic and relatively small group she added what I believe to be extras to our tour we went to lunch at a place Hitler liked...we ate as a group. She then took us through winding paths in the University area and explained the importance of movements that were going on showing how some citizens tried to tell what was really happening.Since it was a beautiful day she added a stroll through some parts of the very large English Garden a very nice calm respite after grappling with such serious subjects on the tour this stroll even included the river surfing area seen on Rick Steve's shows about Munich. Anne is one of the best guides we have ever had. It happened to be a crazy day in the city as Munich had just won the Bavaria crown for socer..and the entire main plaza was closed for an evening celebration. Anne spontaneously planned various new routes for the tour to miss the crowds and see all -- and more__ than what was expected. She is simply excellent!