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Enjoy a picnic in one of the picturesc Munich parks


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Englischer Garten

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Englischer Garten - Südteil
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Surfen auf dem Eisbach

Englischer Garten

History: In 1789, at the height of the French Revolution, the Electoral Prince Karl Theodor ordered the construction of a public park on the banks of the river Isar, in oder to reduce the dissatisfaction among the people. The populace were enthusiastic about the spacious garden, laid out in the English style, imitating the natural flora without decorative plants and trimming. Today, covering approximately 4 km², it is one of the largest urban public parks in the world. From early morning until late at night, the park is filled with joggers, horse-back-riders, bikers, baby carriages, dogs, and lovers. Especially on sunny days, the southern part of the garden is full of life: sunbathers make themselves comfortable on the meadows alongside the stream, the "Eisbach", or refresh themselves by taking a short swim. In the south, surfers train on - and in - the cold water. One can watch the lively scene of musicians, ice-cream-vendors, ball- or frisbee players, Brazilian capoeira dancers, and jugglers on foot, in a horse-drawn carriage, or on a rickshaw-tour. The small, round temple "Monopterus" stands out. Further to the north, one can join tourists and locals around the Chinese tower, to enjoy a "Maß" of Bavarian beer to the sound of a traditional brass band. Those who prefer a more elegant atmosphere, can visit the beer garden at "Seehaus" or feed the swans, geese, and ducks from a rowing boat. The northern part of the English Garden is more peaceful, making it ideal for those who prefer to simply take a quiet walk or relax on the grass.

Address

80538 München


Hirschgarten

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Hirschgarten

Hirschgarten

The Hirschgarten ("deer garden") was set up in 1780, as a hunting ground. Today the park attracts families, joggers, and cyclists, who often make a short detour to its popular beer garden. For younger visitors, there is a large playground with a carousel and , of course, the two-hectare enclosure, where the native game (deer) can be admired.

Contact

Phone: 089 179 991 19
Website: www.hirschgarten.de/


Luitpoldpark

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Luitpoldpark

Luitpoldpark

In 1911, the citizens of Munich gave this park to the Prince Regent Luitpold for his 90th birthday. The 33-hectare park, with its many linden trees, is defined by the Luitpold hill - previously a mountain of rubble. Refreshments can be taken in the Bamberger Haus, the little palace in the park, which has a café-restaurant and an art gallery "Cartoon-Caricatur-Contor".


Olympiapark

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Olympiapark

Olympiapark

The 3 km² Olympic park was built for the Olympic Summer Games in 1972, on a former military drill ground called "Oberwiesenfeld" that had also been used as Munich's first civil airport. Over a four year period, thousands of craftsmen worked to turn the rubble left by the second world war into an attractive, hilly landscape with an artificial lake, paths, and impressive buildings. The idea that the area should also be usable after the Olympic games, was well-implemented. You can do a lot more than just take long walks in the Olympic park - rowing boats on the Olympic lake, concerts, sport events, conventions and balls in the Olympic hall, roller- and ice skating, free climbing, and the beautiful indoor pools make this park one of the most well-loved recreational areas in Munich.

Contact

Phone: 089 306 70
Website: www.olympiapark.de


Ostpark

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Ostpark

Ostpark

The Ostpark is characterized by its man-made hills and many small canals. The grassy areas lend themselves to ball games or simply to lying down and relaxing. The wide paths are ideal for skaters, cyclists, and joggers. Afterwards, take some refreshment in the beer garden on the picturesque lake, or go for a swim in the neighboring Michaelibad.


Südpark

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Südpark

Südpark

This romantic, woody park with its wide gravel paths is the ideal place for relaxing walks or open air sports: ball games, cycling, jogging, table tennis, or a run on the "Fitness Trail" will soon make you forget your daily hassles.


Westpark

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Westpark

Westpark

The Westpark was constructed 1983 for the International Landscape Show. The beautiful flower beds and humid biotopes inhabited by rare animals can still be admired. During the summer months, plays, concerts, and movies are shown on the open-air stage. Wide walking- and cycling paths, large meadows, as well as beer gardens and cafés offer a wide range of recreational activities.