Place to eat
Lovely traditional market, a great beergarden in the middle (you can bring your own food, but you have to buy the beer there), free tasters in market huts...
A historical square with booths selling food, flowers etc. Right next to Marienplatz, you can combine it.
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…
It is Munich's largest market and for quite a few long-established residents the "good room of the city". The 22,000 square metre Viktualienmarkt offers a huge range of fresh produce and much more than "just" fruit and vegetables: bakers, butchers, fishmongers, delicatessens and flower stands have…
“The English Garden is stunning, all year long! It is the biggest city park in the world, even bigger than Central Park in NYC. In Summer the locals will take a bath here and hang out. Take a long walk and have a break at Seehaus (Biergarten). Another Biergarten is “Chinesischer Turm”, it is a little touristic though.”
“Also in this case we find ourselves in front of one of Munich's bivalent attractions, as the Hofbrauhaus is not only the oldest pub / tavern in Munich but also a super place when it comes to eating and drinking excellent beer! Apart from being a gigantic estate, with an immense ground floor with decorated roofs, it enjoys a large courtyard with trees and balconies used as a restaurant. All the rooms to run are full of customers at every hour! Here we ate delicious food and drank excellent beer, open for both lunch and dinner! Not to be missed! Among other things, the Hofbrauhaus is right in front of the Hard Rock Cafe in Monaco, you won't want to miss a ride around here!”
“The city hall of Munich is probably the picture you found online when checking out Munich. Locals avoid the Marienplatz (square) because it is full of tourists. However, it is a must do if you visit!”
“The Olympic Park is one of the most impressive and popular places in Munich. Created on the occasion of the 1972 Olympic Games, it is home to some of the state capital's most important buildings: the Olympic Stadium and the Olympic Hall with its world-famous tent roof construction and the 290-metre-high Olympic Tower with its viewing platform. In addition, the 850,000 square metre park offers a varied range of leisure activities with concerts, spectacular events, festivals and a variety of sports activities.”
“Absolute must do! You might have read about it. This is a wave in the lake Eisbach (English Garden) where locals surf all year long, even in winter. An absolute favourite of visitors. Go, stay for a while and watch the cool kids (and grown ups) surf the Eisbachwelle!”