If you look for a private guided tour of Munich’s castles and palaces: the Munich ‘Residenz’ with Treasury and Cuvilliés Theater, Nymphenburg Palace, Blutenburg Castle or the Schleissheim and Lustheim Palaces just outside Munich have much to offer.
Enjoy the palace of your choice with our dedicated guides in a vivid and profound way.
The tours usually take 2 hours. You can, of course, also book longer or shorter tours, just as you please.Our guides speak all major languages.
Experience the heydays of past eras while accompanying us on our exciting tour through one of the impressive Munich palaces .
The Residence, often called the heart of Bavaria, was home to the dukes, electors and kings of Bavaria for half a millennium. Join us on our tour of the most beautiful rooms of the Residence. Not enough?
Then look forward to also visiting the Treasury, donation of the first great patron and art collector, Duke Albrecht V., and/or the Rococo Cuvilliés-Theater with us.
Discover the "Pearl of feudal Rococo", the splendid Cuvilliés-Theater. Built on plans by Francois Cuvilliés the Elder, it was originally reserved only for members of the Court. Many lavish opera openings were staged here including Mozart’s "Idomeneo" in 1781. Destroyed completely in WW II except for the valuable Rococo interior which had been removed to a safe place, the theatre is breathtakingly shining again and has few equals in Europe.
When Henriette Adelaide, wife of Prince Elector Ferdinand Maria of Bavaria, finally gave birth to the long-awaited heir to the throne in 1633, her husband presented her with a large plot outside the Munich city gates. This is where Nymphenburg Palace was built, summer residence of the Wittelsbach family and birth place of the fairy tale King Ludwig II.
Opt for a guided tour of the palace, a walk of the park to the baroque pleasure palaces Amalienburg, Badenburg, Pagodenburg and Magdalenenklause and/or for a guided tour of the Marstall and Porcelain museums.
One of the most magnificent palace grounds is located not far from Munich - the Old and the New Schleissheim Palaces and Lustheim Palace.
We show you the New Schleissheim Palace with its famous ceiling fresco by Cosmas Damian Asam and, after a walk through the baroque palace garden, also the Lustheim Palace with its world-famous collection of Meissen Porcelain. It ranks among the largest collections of its kind.
Well worth seeing in Munich’s west: The moated castle Blutenburg, former hunting lodge of Duke Albrecht III., with its castle church, a distinguished jewel of late-Gothic art in Bavaria. Discover the changeful history of the "Pluedenburg" with us. Don’t miss a hearty meal in the castle tavern.