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Very large park, best thing to do is explore by bike. Visit one of the beer gardens. Takes about 2 hours to leisurely ride from one to the other and back again, including picture and viewing stops. Beer time would be extra. Very much worth...More
A very large place to wandering and jogging.
Do not miss the point of the surf board!!!
Nice paths between the trees and even if it warm the breeze between the trees do the work. Suitable for kids of all ages
I quite liked the walk through the English Gardens. The only downside here was that it was completely impossible to place my location on their maps, so I never actually knew where I was at any point until I got out of it!
It is an extraordinary place to walk, run or just relax. Inside you can find very good restaurants and beer gardens, I highly recommend the Hirschau that although the person who serves the food is always in a bad mood can find the typical Bavarian...More
If you visit Munich and the weather is nice do have a stroll to the English Garden especially the Eisbach - the surf wave. The surfers there are very skilled and just a little bit crazy. The Japanese beer garden is also worth a look.
The park is larger than Central Park in NYC I am told. It is very enjoyable. There are many things to see- such as the surfers on the river and a Biergarten. Lovely paths around lakes and waterfalls. High platforms for views.
Spent an afternoon wandering through only part of the garden. It is very large but beautiful. (Kinda like Central Park in NYC). There are some small streams and a lake that is home to many birds (ducks and swans). There are some kiosks and restaurants...More
This is more of an open park than a Garden but on a nice day it’s a great place to stroll around, relax and enjoy the vast beer gardens. Lots of kids play parks, streams and massive pond with ducks, geese and swans. We even...More
Parking is difficult in all of Munich and it is not free. Most parking near old town including the English Garden is underground. Some of the places are small and larger cars are difficult to park. We parked at the... More
Parking is difficult in all of Munich and it is not free. Most parking near old town including the English Garden is underground. Some of the places are small and larger cars are difficult to park. We parked at the Contipark:
Oberanger 27, 80331 München, Germany
Read the reviews of all the parking in Munich before you choose. 3 euro per hour.