- Official guide of the Bavarian state capital of Munich
- Member of the Munich guide society
- Member of the German guide society
- BVGD certified according to DIN-EN-standards
Phone: +49 162 894 45 41
Near enough is not good enough – I, Barbara Mailos missed being a Münchner Kindl, Dachau hospital had a more beautiful view and thus I was born in Dachau. But Munich never released me. I always returned: from Kassel as well as from Dublin or Córdoba/Argentina. The obviousness of living tradition is too attractive, the every evening range at theatres and concert halls is too extensive.
I started working as a guide, when I was studying at Munich’s Ludwig-Maximilians-University and August Everding’s theatre academy. I always remained faithful to my first stations: joyfully guiding children and adults, locals as well as guests from abroad through Munich’s National Theatre and Prince Regent’s theatre.
The liaison between the House of Wittelsbach and these theatres, grown over the centuries is harboring true treasures. Thus the step out of the theatres into the city was not a big one, once I had the qualification as a guide. In fact every new topic is opening a new window to even more exciting facettes. This continued education is an important part for getting the DIN-EN-certification, which is keeping me busy right now.
The strictest auditors are my children and their friends, which enjoy examining all my words during an old city tour, every walk through the Olympic parc or a visit to Nymphenburg Palace, when acting as a guide for them.
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