Jardín Inglés de Múnich
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Consejos de residentes locales
This is an absolute must-see in Munich! English garden is full of German culture, with its ice river, where people are floating during summer? It’s surfer wave where people are surfing throughout the whole year and the Chinese tower beer garden you can spend a whole afternoon there.
This place is marvelous. In summer or in winter it's the perfect place to have a chill or do sports.
It is a huge park where you find a famous beer garten around the Chinese tower and the Eisbach surfers in the south end of the park. In summer it is nice to have a bath into the Eisbach.So don't forget your swimming clothes,
One of the largest public parks in Europe (bigger than Central Park in NYC) with an artificial surfing wave and the second largest beer garden in the city.
Historic and picturesque park in the center of Munich. Visit the beer garden or the Christmas Market at the Chinesischer Turm.
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Point of Interest
“With all this going, you will have the mouth watering, also because this area is teeming with small kiosks that offer delicious sausages and good beers at all hours. Crossing the road you will find yourself at the Viktualienmarkt, an indispensable part of the list of things to see in Munich in 2 days. This is precisely the most famous permanent food market in Munich, and collects thousands of visitors every day between tourists and locals, who enjoy the atmosphere and the products offered in this place.”
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