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Third Reich Tour

A Historical Journey

Munich is the birthplace of the Nazis and remained their power base until the German defeat in 1945. With an iPad in your hands, you'll see films of Nazis marching on the streets you walk, the buildings of Hitler and Hitler standing in the spots you stand. You'll learn how Hitler brought Germany to greatness and ruin. Join Curt to view Nazi Eagles, Swastikas and other Nazi symbols still adorning the fascist buildings of Munich.
Free Munich history book with every tour
All tours Less than ½PRICE

This is the lowest price for excellent private tours in Munich

Third Reich Tour

iPad on Tour
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Approximately a 3½ hour tour
Complimentary city map with tour
Tours begin at 10:00 or 13:00
  • €195 €95 | Private Tour
    | 3.5h

It was in Munich (not Berlin) where Hitler rose to power. Here Hitler's shrapnel-pocked buildings still stand where you'll see Swastikas, Nazi helmets and the largest Nazi Eagles in Germany. Curt's tours are ongoing discussions of more than "when", but how and why it all began in Munich. He covers the military, economic and social aspects of Hitler's Germany.

You'll see sites of mass rallies, book burnings and the sites of Hitler's most famous speeches. You'll view historic photos on an iPad and see before-and-after pictures of the mass destruction of Allied bombings on the city.

Note: If Curt's schedule allows, many guests SAVE 20% by taking both the Third Reich and the Dachau Tour which gives a comprehensive view of Hitler's rise to power and the horrible conclusion of National Socialism. (Offer on private tours ONLY).

On your tour you will visit the Nazi buildings still standing in Munich and see photographs and films on the iPad that brings these places alive...

  • Konigsplatz (Site of the mass rallies and book burnings)
  • The Furhre Bau (Hitler’s Munich Office)
  • Honor Temples (Partially destroyed)
  • Nazi Documentation Center
  • Odeonsplatz (Site of The Beer Hall Putsch)
  • Sterneckerbau (Where Hitler first met the Nazis)
  • Hofbrauhaus (The Festhalle, where Hitler ignited the spark that soon sent Europe into flames)
  • Alte Rathhaus (Where Kristallnacht began)
  • Plaza for the Victims of National Socialism