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A giant garden that splits Munich in half. Plenty of room to be alone or mix in with other people around the Chinese Tower. Traditional food can be purchased at the tower or the fish restaurant, that sits next to a lake.
To say this garden is big would be understatement! In the middle on the hustle and bustle of Munich this garden gives you a place to sit back and relax. With crystal clear streams and plenty of places to have a picnic I would recommend...More
2h-walk in this garden among so many people... It might be nice during spring and summer, but nothing special to see during winter, apart from ducks on the partly iced lake.
Impossible to relax since it is too crowded... and you must also be careful...More
We visited in September so the weather wasn't the best, we did however stumble across the two surfing areas which kept us entertained for quite a while. There were numerous surfers and bother locations pulling some narley manoeuvres, Well worth the visit.
Almost a all season park. But nicest in summer, with all a places where you relax, have something to eat and to drink. If it is as hot as last summer it will be overcrowded and it´s maybe hard to find a place on the...More
Lovely situated - a beautiful and huge garden in the heart of Munich. Ideal for jogging, picnics, sports activities, lazying around reading a good book in summer. A quick swim in cold creek running through the garden. Famous surfing is a must to watch. Huge...More
Right in the middle of the beautiful city of Munich. Lots of greenery. Cold water flowing inside the garden, fantastic! Decent crowd. You can swim in the waters here. We went on a weekday afternoon. Take a book, sit back and read or the perfect...More