Munich Jewish: München City Guide, Bayern, Oktoberfest, Schloss Neuschwanstein, Dachau

  • Munich City Tours

    In Munich, so beautifully located on the banks of the river Isar and close to the Bavarian Alps, modern progress unites with traditions of the past. It was Emperor Frederick the Red Beard who in 1158 established Munich. For more than 730 years, until the end of World War I, the aristocratic family Wittelsbach ruled Bavaria. From 1933 to 1945, during the 12 years of the National Socialist regime, Munich was named Capital of the NS Movement. From 1945 onwards, Bavaria, then US Military occupied zone, and its capital Munich rose again from chaos and rubble with the help of the US Military Government.
  • Stadtführungen in München – Touristikguide München
  • The prosperous town of Munich counts about 1.4 million inhabitants (in 2014). Many world famous firms have their place of business in Munich. There are about 80 museums and art galleries. Bavaria’s famous “liquid bread” is sold in the Munich traditional restaurants, the big beer halls, the beer gardens and at the “Viktualienmarkt” together with local and international delicacies. In the surrounding picturesque rural area, lakes, charming old fashioned villages, historic palaces and castles invite excursions. From Munich, located in the heart of Europe many attractive destinations are within easy reach, e.g. Salzburg, Vienna, Strasbourg, Zurich, Budapest and Prague.