This tour takes in the pinnacle of the Third Reich’s (what in todays language you would call marketing) Global Talisman to their vision and Architectural achievements. Originally built as a ‘Tee Haus’ (English Tea House) for the Fuhrer to walk to, the building had a far more important role in impressing foreign dignitaries to the accomplishments and visionary of the Third Reich. After visiting you will see why this legendary place was so effective in what it was trying to achieve, that of a visual engineering master piece. Discover the history of its construction, use, legacy and how the Eagles nest slotted into the surrounding area occupied by the elite of the Nazi Party. Other things to see are the stunning lake Konigsee and the surrounding landscape.

Bavaria Tour at a glance


We are privileged to offer our customers:

  • Native English speaking guide
  • Private groups any size
  • Visit famous places and the hidden gems off the beaten track
  • Discover local customs and traditions
  • Start time and location at your discretion
  • Every tour is unique according to your individual interests
  • Longer combined multi trips can be arranged with overnight accommodation
  • All inclusive price

About Me

Well, they say that many people fall into their job and I think you can say that about me. Born in the UK, I spent my childhood being dragged to the deepest corners of the English countryside by my adventurous parents. This gave me my passion to travel and explore. The rest of Europe beckoned as I became older and a desire to see what lay beyond the English channel. On one of these numerous trips I discovered the delights of Germany.

I instantly fell in love with Germany especially  Bavaria. On one trip I got more than I bargained for! I walked into the world famous Hofbräuhaus in Munich and walked out with a German wife! (well, the telephone number of my wife to be). I loved the region and a particular person so much, that I packed my worldly possessions into my car and drove to Bavaria. Two years after moving to Bavaria I discovered my grandfather had cycled past my front door 70 years earlier! What a small world we live in.