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Welcome@TUM-GS Events | Program Summer Semester 2023

April 2023 | State Museum of Egyptian Art (SMAEK)

Date: April 30th, 2023 
Time: 3:30 p.m.
Number of participants: minimum 7 participants/ maximum 24 participants
Fee: € 11 p.p. (with minimum of 7 participants, fee will be less with more partipants)
Meeting point: SMAEK entrance
Important notes: barrier-free access available 

The State Museum of Egyptian Art (SMAEK) in Munich, though by far not one of the largest collections of Ancient Egyptian artefacts, has attained worldwide renown for the quality of its pieces, particularly in the area of sculpture. Many of the objects on display are internationally recognized masterpieces and are much solicited as loans for temporary exhibitions around the world. Join us on an exclusive guided tour through the museum to explore the ancient past of the Pharaos and Gods that shaped this diverse landscape for over 3,000 years.

May 2023 | Castle Herrenchiemsee

Date: May 7th, 2023
Time: 10:00 a.m.
Number of participants: 20 participants
Fee: € 20 p.p. (incl. ferry and entrance fee with guided tour)* 
Meeting point: Munich central train station 

Feeling the royalty? Join us on our visit to the beautiful castle Herrenchiemsee, situated on the Herreninsel in the middle of Lake Chiemsee- Bavaria's largest lake about 70 km south of Munich. The island was acquired by the famous Kind Ludwig II of Bavaria in 1873. The king had the premises converted into a residence and erected the New Herrenchiemsee Palace based on the model of Versailles. Top priority was given to copying the gardens of Versailles as an epitome of monarchic splendour, in the construction of the dream worlds of King Ludwig II of Bavaria. Herrenchiemsee New Palace was the largest, but also the last of his building projects, and remained incomplete. Don’t miss out!

*Participants shall be in possession of the "Deutschland-Ticket" 

June 2023 | Castle Neuschwanstein

Date: June 3, 2023
Time: 9:00 a.m.
Number of participants: 25 participants 
Fee: € 17,50 p.p.* 
Meeting point: Munich Central Train Station

Let’s continue with the exploration of Bavarian castles and join us on our visit and guided tour of what might be the most iconic castle of them all- castle Neuschwanstein. It was intended as a private residence for the famous King Ludwig II until his sudden and mysterious death 1886. Shortly after his death the castle was opened to the public which led to more than 61 million people visiting the kings’s most intense project up to today. 

*Participants shall be in possession of the "Deutschland-Ticket" 

July 2023 | Hike to Kloster Andechs

Date: July 15th, 2023
Time: 11:00 a.m.
Number of participants: 20 participants
Fee: Free
Meeting Point: Herrsching S-Bahn station

Come join us for our recurring hike to Kloster Andechs, the lovely monastery situated on top of a small hill between lake Starnberg and Ammersee in the south of Munich. Get to see breathtaking Bavarian landscape and get to taste all the Bavarian goodies the monastery has to offer once we reached its welcoming „Biergarten“. Let’s enjoy the beer, the food and the view. Don’t forget to take your swimsuit with you! The hike is suitable for beginners and will be mostly in the shade (as we will hike through a forest). 

September 2023 | Munich Old Town Tour

Date: September 23rd, 2023
Time: 10:00 a.m.
Number of participants: 20 participants
Fee: Free (costs covered by TUM-GS)
Meeting Point: Marienplatz Fischbrunnen

New in town? Then this is the perfect chance for you to get to know the city. Join us on a walking tour through the center of Munich led by one of the many official city guides. During the tour we will stroll through the city in order to get in touch with former historic hotspots of the Bavarian capital. After the tour we will take a rest together at a nearby Biergarten and - weather permitting - enjoy some drinks and food together.