Guided Seasonal Tours in Munich
People of Munich know how to celebrate their seasons. Let us show you how we do it!
Get behind the scenes of Oktoberfest, the world’s most famous beer festival, for amazing history and amusing facts, Munich beer and culinary treats. Please note that Oktoberfest 2020 has been cancelled, so we hope to see you next year!
In December, look out for our Christmas Market Walking Tour, an unforgettable journey along the Christmas lights of Munich, past tempting aromas and wonderful sounds to illuminated stalls offering handicraft and delicious seasonal food.
Let us take you to the world’s largest beer festival and fun fair. Enjoy tasty beer and traditional delicacies as we stroll through the festival grounds and learn about the stories behind Oktoberfest. Sign up for this tour now and we will inform you as soon as bookings start!
Munich Christmas Market Tour
Join us on a walk through Munich's festive center that will appeal to all of your senses. You will be surprised at the number of different Christmas markets. Try traditional Christmas delicacies such as mulled wine, grilled sausage and sweets.
Frequently Asked Questions
When is the best time to visit Munich?
Any time really! And when it comes to celebrating seasons, there are many festivities where you can participate. An all-time classic is definitely Oktoberfest. But please be aware that hotel prices will be very high then, also during the big international fairs.
How cold does it get in Munich?
In wintertime, it is usually very cold. There can be sunshine, there can be rain, there can be snow, there can be a mix of all three. Anything is possible, so if you pack for lows around freezing temperature, you won’t do anything wrong.
What should I wear in winter time in Munich?
On most winter days, you may want to wear winter clothes and a woolen hat, scarf and gloves. Put on a coat, warm pants and boots. Generally, we suggest you wear layers that can be taken off when we go inside for food and drinks.
How hot does it get in the summer?
Summers in Munich are nice and warm, sometimes even hot – over 30°C (in the upper 80’s °F). Be ready for occasional thunderstorms, bringing heavy rains and a sudden drop in temperature. But thankfully, these events never last long.
We’d like to mention another phenomenon that is typical for Munich: Föhn, a warm and dry wind that descends from the Bavarian Alps in the south. On those days, you get exceptional views from Munich up to the mountains as the air becomes very clear.
So what should I wear in the summer?
Summer in the city can be really hot, so light summer clothing should be fine, maybe with a light jacket to cover you as it gets cooler in the evenings. But even in the heat of the summer, an umbrella can come in handy in case of sudden downpours. A hat to protect you from the sun is always a good idea in summertime.
Tours we offer the whole year round
Beer and Pretzels
Learn how to peel your white sausage the Munich way, and have a refreshing wheat beer with your meal.
Best of Munich plus Haidhausen
This tour is all about beer, along with tasting scrumptious Bavarian delicacies!
2-Hour Munich Walking Tour
Get into the holiday spirit and join us on a walk through Munich's festive historic center.
The Tasty Side of Munich
Exploring a new city can make you hungry. Good thing Munich is heaven for foodies!
Have you checked our unique selection of private culinary walks?