A private walking tour, looking for vestiges of the past of Reformation and Counter-Reformation
Who doesn’t remember Munich’s skyline, dominated by so many catholic church towers.
But where did the first Protestants celebrate their services when they arrived at Munich 200 years ago following Bavarian Queen Karoline to her new home? To understand Protestant history at all, we have to reminisce to the 16th century and go on a search for traces in a town characterized by century old witnesses of counter-reformation.
This private tour will explain some buildings that are so typically Munich from the perspective of occurrences around Martin Luther, and we will try to forge a bridge into present age.
Furthermore, all personal stories of famous Protestants that lived in Munich will be shined a light on.
* Depending on the guide 19% VAT are either included, or not shown (§19 small business status)
Price for this tour:
|Group rate for up to 25 people: €180,00 up to 2 hours, each additional hour or part thereof €50,00*|
|Kind of tour: private walking tour|
|Length of tour: starting from 2 hours or by arrangement|
|Distance covered: ca 2,5 km|
|Max. number of participants: 25|
|Meeting point: Stachus|
|The tour is available in the following languages: