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Accessible city tours in Munich

Accessible City Tours Munich

We offer barrier-free city tours in Munich and day trips in Bavaria all year round. Our wheelchair accessible vehicles (minibuses equipped with a wheelchair ramp or lift) can accommodate up to two people in wheelchairs and five other passengers or up to eight passengers without wheelchairs.

We currently offer the following city tours (not only) for wheelchair users in Munich – of course we adapt the tours to your individual needs:

Old Town Munich

Frauenkirche – Cathedral of Our Lady in Munich’s old town

Where Munich’s old town is today, i.e. around Marienplatz, there were huge forests and the raging River Isar in the Neolithic Age. Monks settled on the Petersbergl. They built a small church and a monastery. Today the “Old Peter” church stands on this spot. The village was called “apud munichen”, i.e. “by the monks”. This is how Munich got its name.

The Munich city tour takes us starting from the River Isar to the historically most important points of Munich: from the Isartor to the town hall at Marienplatz, over to the Alter Hof, over the Odeonsplatz past the Feldherrnhalle, then on to the Frauenkirche and via the pedestrian zone to the oldest church of the city, Old Peter. The end of the old town tour is the Viktualienmarkt, which offers delicacies as well as a small but nice and shady beer garden. This tour is combinable with a beer tasting and typical bavarian snacks like the “Obatzter”

Residence & Nymphenburg Palace

Nymphenburg Palace, Munich © Bayerische Schlösserverwaltung

The royal city tour takes us first to the Munich Residence. For centuries it was the political and cultural center of the country. Afterwards we walk through the nearby courtyard garden.

After a short break in a nearby Cafe we drive via Königsplatz to Nymphenburg Palace. There you will discover the beauty of the summer residence of Bavarian electors and kings.

Art City Munich

Modern Art Collection @ Pinakothek der Moderne

Experience the most famous museums in Munich! We will introduce you to the individual houses and their most famous works. The program includes the Alte Pinakothek, the Neue Pinakothek, the Pinakothek der Moderne, the Brandhorst Museum, Glyptothek and antiquity collections on Königsplatz, the Lenbachhaus, the Egyptian Museum and the Haus der Kunst.

Third Reich & National Socialism in Munich

The decisive course for the rise of National Socialism was set in Munich. Our historic Munich city tour takes us from the founding place of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party (NSDAP) via the Feldherrnhalle to Königsplatz.

This historical city tour can be combined with a visit to the Dachau concentration camp memorial.

Olympic Park Munich, Olympic Tower, Allianz Arena, FC Bayern Museum

Olympic Park Munich

Visit with us the Allianz Arena, the temple of the German soccer record holder FC Bayern Munich and the FC Bayern Museum! Afterwards experience one of the most beautiful and elegant works of architecture of the 20th century – the Munich Olympic Stadium! The tent roof construction by the renowned architect Günter Behnisch was an architectural sensation then as it is today.

Beer Garden tour Munich

We would be happy to take you on an unforgettable and barrier-free beer garden tour through Munich! Experience Bavarian cosiness, taste the delights of beer from various breweries and the delicacies of Bavarian cuisine. The approached beer gardens and restaurants are of course barrier-free.

Botanical Garden

Botanical Garden Munich

With an area of ​​21.2 hectares, the Munich Botanical Garden is one of the most important botanical gardens in the world. Over 19,000 species and subspecies are cultivated. Join us for a tour of the outdoor area and accessible greenhouses, and discover exotic plants and over 45 species of native birds!

Munich Zoo Hellabrunn

Munich Zoo

Visit with us one of the most animal-rich zoos in Europe! Discover with us over 500 animal species with a total of around 18,500 animals!

Lake Starnberger See

Lake Starnberger See

Lake Starnberg is the second largest lake in Bavaria and the favorite destination of Munich residents! The “bathtub of Munich” is located less than 20 kilometers south-west of the city. The view of the wide lake and the panoramic view of the mountains is fantastic!

Combine your trip with a unique boat trip on Lake Starnberg with a visit to the Buchheim Museum, the Museum Empress Elisabeth, the Museum Starnberger See or Sissi Castle Possenhofen, a fish meal in the Fischmeister restaurant in Ambach, a long walk along the beach promenade or take a break at the lido or in the beer garden!

*Münchner Marienplatz © München Tourismus, Redline

How can you book us?

We have set up a 24-hour service hotline for your barrier-free vehicle reservation:
Phone +49 174 / 192 71 06 or via eMail