Munich (and vicinity), Germany Munich
Tue, Jun 30 - Tue, Jul 14 Jun 30 - Jul 14


  • Informative & concise tour across Munich's city center

  • Cultural & historical sightseeing along famous avenues

  • Modern stadium Allianz Arena, the home of FC Bayern Munich

  • Impressive venue that once held the 2006 FIFA World Cup

  • Souvenirs & memorabilia available in the club shop

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10 AM English Commentary Tour

Duration 3h 30m Free cancellation

$29.05 per adult

Total: $29.05Taxes Included

*Taxes included


This is a tour of 2 halves. Begin with an overview of the city, with its famous squares and galleries, before taking a trip to the striking Allianz Arena. Enjoy behind-the-scenes access to the facilities and trophy room of this arena built to host the FIFA World Cup.

Begin in the city center and journey along the famous Prinzregenten Street, 1 of 4 royal avenues, lined with famous museums and cultural monuments. Continue past galleries and significant sites while benefiting from the detailed narrative of your knowledgeable guide as you learn more about Munich's rich past.

Then experience the city's sporting side. Allianz Arena is home to FC Bayern Munich, the most successful club in German football history, and TSV 1860 München. Learn more out about the fascinating exterior panels that actually change color depending on which team is playing. Marvel at the magnitude of this 70,000-seat stadium and imagine the noise of rivaling, partisan crowds on match day.


  • Guided tour of Munich's top sites and Allianz Arena

  • Admission to Allianz Arena

  • Transportation

Know Before You Book

  • Children 3 and younger are complimentary.

  • On match days no visit to Allianz Arena is possible. As an alternative, you visit the VIP area of Olympic Stadium and Olympic Park.

  • Check-in is 20 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel free of charge until 4 days before your reservation starts. After that time, no cancellations, changes or refunds will be made.


Munich, Germany