A walk through Haidhausen does not feel like being in a big city. The walk starts at Wiener Platz, where the historic weekly market takes place during the week and on saturdays, and leads past the Friedensengel, Villa Stuck, the French Quarter, Preysingstraße with its small houses, and Bordeauxplatz. Other waypoints are the Ostbahnhof, the Mariahilfplatz and at the end of the walk, Muffathalle. A cozy beergarden is also waiting there to review the impressions. Here you will find detailed information about the walk through Haidhausen.
Nymphenburg Palace Park
In additon to the main paths, the Nymphenburg Palace Park many small winding paths with hidden buildings and pleasure places. The castle park has two artificial lakes, where benches invite you to linger. Gondola rides are even offered on the Nymphenburg Canal in summer – Venice feeling included. At the northern end of the palace park is the botanical garden with the palace café and beergarden. Here you find more information about the Nymphenburg Palace Park.
In the Olympiapark you can not only marvel at sights such as BMW World, Sea Life or the Olympic Tower, but also go for wonderful walks. If you combine the two, it quickly becomes a day trip. On the loop, starting at the Olympiazentrum train stop, you will pass all the sights of the park. At the end, the 56 meter high Olympiaberg awaits – from its summit there is a fantastic-romantic view of the Olympic Stadium and the great tent roof architecture of the entire park as well as the silhouette of the city and the Bavarian Alps. The Olympiaberg is also a popular place to admire the sunset.
You can walk through the Westpark without any plan or destination, because there is something to discover everywhere. Asian flair can also be found in abundance at the Thai temple, the Napalese pagoda, the Chinese garden of “fragrance and splendour” as well as the Japanese garden. If you are looking for relexation, the Westpark is the right place for you: with lots of greenery, lakes panoramic hills, valleys and sunbathing lawns, you quickly forget the hustle and bustle of the city. Culinary delights are provided with the Wirtshaus am Rosengarten, the Café Gans am Wasser, the Hopfengarten beer garden and a kiosk. There are also several barbecue areas. The Westpark is also a nice place for children: with several playgrounds scattered throughout Westpark and even a water playground. Here you can find detailed information about the Westpark.
Northern English Garden
It is much quieter in the northern part of the Englischer Garten than in the southern part. Idyll, tranquility and secluded places await visitors in the northern part. The walk through the English garden can be started from anywhere. This description starts at the Hirschau beer garden, leads via the Mini-Hofbräuhaus, on to the Aumeister beer garden, past the Munich summer amphitheater. The small walk ends here, for those who want to go further, can now continue via the Emmeramsbridge and the middle Isar canal to the St. Emmeramsmill with beer garden. We continue to the Oberföhringer weir and from there back to Hirschau. Here you find a detailed overview of the walk.
This beautiful walk starts at the Großhesseloher bridge and leads along the Isar canal to the idyllic Hinterbrühler lake. At the Großhesseloher bridge there is already the first kiosk for a little refreshment before before continuing downstream along the Isar canal. In summer you can also watch the rubber boats that set off from Wolfratshausen in the morning and are on their way to Thalkirchen in the canal in the afternoon. After a short walk you reach the Hinterbrühler park with the lake. There is a rowing boat rental available, a kiosk and a pub with beer garden. You can find more information about the walk and the different variants here.