Virtual tours

Covid-19 makes travelling difficult right now. So why not taking a live-stream tour through Munich? You can take part without beeing present.

We start our stroll at your preferred time. Participation ist possible via zoom or MS teams.

Panorama Munich | Munich Experience by Franz Schega
Downtown Munich | Munich Experience by Franz Schega
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Individual Virtual Tour

We start our stroll at your preferred time. Participation ist possible via zoom or MS teams.

Munich at Night / Twilight

Munich at Night / Twilight

Welcome to this special Tour! Munich’s „oldtown“ offers a lot of historical buildings like Churches, Palaces and Beer Halls that are worth watching them at night or in twilight.

Join us at this walk along the major sights of Munich and get wonderful impressions as well as historical background and more fascinating stories on the way.
We appreciate your questions and are happy to answer them. Come and see….

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English Garden in Munich

English Garden in Munich

Munich, located in the heart of Europe. Even though the Ocean is far away, you’ll see people carrying Surfboards through the city! How come? Well come join this Live streaming Tour and find out!

The famous Englischer Garden is Munich’s main leisure park for more than 200 years. Encompassing 2 ½ square miles, it is one of the biggest city parks in the world! Even bigger than Central Park in New York.

It was started in 1789 when Elector Karl Theodor commissioned a public park. He called this new park the Englischer Garden because it was designed to look like a quaint English countryside, created by an American, born in Massachusetts.

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Munich today!

Munich today!

This live streamed stroll leads you along some of the coolest places of Munich. What’s Munich like today and why is the town listed for years to be one of the most liveable cities in the wold. We’ll cross one of the most vivid squares and come by a place where Freddie Mercury spend a lot of time in the 1980’s. We will end at the Market. On the way we’ll see great shops and galleries. Lot’s of information granted on this live tour

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Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial

Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial

On March 22, 1933, a few weeks after Adolf Hitler had been appointed Reich Chancellor, a concentration camp for political prisoners was set up in Dachau. This camp served as a model for all later concentration camps and as a “school of violence” for the SS men under whose command it stood. In the twelve years of its existence over 200.000 persons from all over Europe were imprisoned here and in the numerous subsidary camps. 41.500 were murdered.

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Munich – With Laptop and Lederhos’n

Munich – With Laptop and Lederhos’n

Because of Covid-19 travelling is more than difficult right now. So why not taking a live-stream tour through the old historic part of Munich. With a palace, beautiful churches, great beer and more.
Join us on a stroll along the most important sights of Munich old town.

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