First mentioned in a document around 808, Haidhausen is much older than the core area of Munich.

Guided tour for groups

District tour for groups

Bogenhausen, Lehel, Haidhausen or Giesing? Dive into the quarter of your choice together with an official guide and learn exciting background information and anecdotes!

How different Munich is in every corner can be seen in the more than twenty quarters. And none of them is like the other. There is the historic old town with its sights, the prosperous Bogenhausen with its villas and parks, or the alternative Haidhausen, which changed from a "shattered glass quarter" to a cosy family district, but has retained its creative charm to this day.

Discover the diverse Giesing, which has become famous not only for its beer and soccer. Or Maxvorstadt with its renowned universities and museums. Right next door is Schwabing, which with its Schwabing bohemian flair has become known beyond the borders of Germany as an artists' quarter. For years now, the Westend has been an up-and-coming district, with more and more cool restaurants, bars and cafés opening not far from the Theresienwiese.

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And then of course there is the hip Glockenbachviertel with its famous Gärtnerplatz, small boutiques and the colorful LGBTQ* scene. If you like it more dignified, take a walk through the Nymphenburg Castle Park in Neuhausen or discover the probably most central and quietest quarter - the Lehel. No matter which district you choose, our guides will tell you everything exciting and informative.



Photo: Frank Stolle, Illustration: Julia Pfaller

Take part!

Book this tour with München Tourismus, Guided Tours

Phone: +49 89 233 30204
Fax: +49 89 233 30319

Duration 1,5 hours | fee from 135 € plus VAT if applicable | in a foreign language from 140 € | for groups up to 14 persons | dates, meeting point and individual wishes by arrangement

Price list as PDF download


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