At Marienplatz, Munich’s ambient central square, you’ll greet your guide, don a protective helmet and climb onto your bike. Set off at a leisurely pace and begin to explore significant sites associated with the Third Reich.
Stop at the former head office of Hitler’s initial political party, the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP), and pedal past Hofbrauhaus beer hall, where Hitler delivered one of his first speeches on Nazism.
During regular breaks, you’ll listen to history-rich commentary that details Munich’s turbulent history. Visit Odeonsplatz square, the historic site of a clash between Bavarian troupes and the Nazis in 1923, and quietly reflect at poignant memorials dedicated to those who fought against the Third Reich.
In a traditional Munich beer garden, you’ll revitalize with snacks (own expense) and then hop back on your bike to cycle to sites such as the English Garden Park (Englischer Garten), and St-Jakobs-Platz, the Jewish heart of the city and the site of the new Jewish Synagogue.
When your tour comes to a conclusion, bid your guide farewell at a central Munich location.