Munich Greeter

Meet a Greeter

Would you enjoy being welcomed to Munich by one of our Greeters? Just fill out the form below and give us as much data as possible. We shall then try to find the perfect match from among our team of volunteers. Hint: The more you write about you and your thoughts, wishes and (maybe) experiences about Munich, the better we can match you and a Greeter.

Please submit your request 1 to 6 weeks in advance:





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Which country are you from?

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Names of participants:

Where are you staying?

When would you like to meet a Greeter?

What language should your Greeter speak?

What do you expect from your Greet in Munich? The more details you tell us, the easier it is to find the Greeter that matches best:

And, finally, please tell us how you learned about us:

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Here are just a few of our Greeters:

I was born in Munich in 1955 and spent most of my live here. Very early my interest in historical events, the roots and the structure, and eminent personalities of my home town, but also in the modern city of Munich started. Since 2015 I’m glad to explain to friendly and interested guests the Munich way of life and climate, the Isar river (Munich’s lifeline), the beer and the churches, very important institutions of the town.

For 35 years I’ve been living in our beautiful town and I’m still enthusiastic about it. It’s history and many stories characterize it, as well as the mixture of a metropolis on the one hand and a relaxed and comprehensible regional capital on the other hand. It is always exciting to show this to our guests. Seeing our town through our guests’ eyes during our walks is an always interesting opportunity.


The neighbourhood I know best is Maxvorstadt, but I take every opportunity I get to explore other parts of the city too – and of course I’m always willing to share my big and small discoveries with others. What I like most about Munich is the unique combination of tradition and cosmopolitanism.


I was born in Munich and grew up here and I have always loved my native city. Quite some time ago – when I was little – I used to live in the city centre. Later on I tried the north and south, west and east. Nowadays I live outside of the city centre, in the east, surrounded by large green spaces, but still in the city. My hobby is the history of Munich.


I was born in Munich and grew up in a suburb. Since it was near the city centre, I have been familiar with it since my childhood. Nowadays, I live in Neuhausen but I also know other districts of the city very well. I’m interested in the history of Munich and urban development, especially in the context of tradition.


I came from the Rhineland to Munich eighteen years ago and immediately fell in love with the city. Since I lived in the inner city right from the start, I should be happy to show you around the following quarters: Maxvorstadt, Alt-Schwabing and the historic city centre. There you can experience the typical Munich mixture of magnificent buildings, a lively urban atmosphere and an attitude to life reminiscent of Italy (Munich is called the most northerly city of Italy).


Although I was born and grew up here in Munich and therefore should know all the nice places, I am always gaining new impressions of the city. Since I have retired, I like to explore Munich on foot – especially on historical walks through the city. I love history and historical stories.


I grew up in a Munich suburb and spent my student days and early professional years in various cities in Germany and other parts of the world. Fifteen years ago I came back home and settled down in Sendling. This is a lively neighbourhood which is gradually changing, so it is always worth a walk; the same goes for Giesing and the Schlachthof area. Nevertheless, I like to explore the whole town, because there are exciting anecdotes to be told about every corner of Munich!

It’s now more than 30 years that I’m living in Munich. According to our former mayor I am allowed to call myself a real Munich citizen after such a long time. That means I am accepted as if I was born here. I like to show you around the known and lesser known corners of Schwabing, where I am living. I am interested in the history of the city, in people and in their stories.


I’ve been living in Munich for over 10 years now. I like meeting people from abroad and talking about everyday things. My neighbourhood is Neuhausen/Nymphenburg, which has beautiful houses and small hidden spots. Currently you will find me in in child-friendly restaurants/attractions or enjoying a good Craft Beer .


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  2. Hallo Greeter Freunde,
    was meine Frau und ich am 14.+15.10.2013 in München mit unserer ” Greeterin ” Christine erlebt haben, ist mit Worten kaum zu beschreiben. Ein professioneller Reiseführer aus der Buchhandlung ist eine Farce gegen das, was uns Christine über München in 1,5 Tagen erzählt hatte. Und am Schluss war sie immer noch nicht fertig, weil dauernd neue Sehenswürdigkeiten auf uns einprasselten. Sie hat uns ” Aloysius ” vom Himmel geschickt. Sie ist einfach eine Perle. Sie ist lustig, verständnisvoll liebenswert und fast allwissend, was München angeht.
    Ich kann und muss sie einfach weiterempfehlen.

    Etwas besseres hätte uns in München nicht passieren können………..

    Viele lb. Grüße auch an Christine sendet euch aus dem schönen Niederrhein

    Angelika und Dieter Ziechaus

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  4. Durch Zufall lasen wir im Testheft der Stiftung Warentest von der Organisation global greeter network. Da es in München die Munich greeters gibt und wir (4 ältere Ehepaare) ohnehin schon München gebucht hatten und außerdem für alles Neue aufgeschlossen sind, haben wir (etwas kurzfristig) unser Glück versucht.
    Mit Christine und Manuela, die sich in ihrem historischen und aktuellen Bezug ideal ergänzten, hatten wir zwei Greeterinnen, die ihre Liebe zu München auf uns übertragen konnten und die uns mit Informationen versorgten weit über das hinaus, was man beim Rundgang sehen konnte. Wir können nicht oft genug danke sagen an die beiden und werden die Munich greeters all unseren Freunden epfehlen.

  5. Yesterday my friends (from Mexico) and I spent a wonderful time while we were walking through Munich, guided by Dr. Frank Esslinger.
    Even for me, who has been living in Munich for more than 30 years it was an afternoon full of interesting news, historical aspects I had never heard before and detailed information about the history of our beautiful city. And after all we had a lot of fun with our charming guide. I can highly recommend this tour!

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