Picnicking in Munich is fun in these places
You can picnic in these places in Munich. Picnic is trendy. You don't have to travel for that. Nevertheless, you can spend a few nice hours in nature with it. That is also in big cities like Munich possible. Get everything you need for a snack on Viktualienmarkt or at the bakery and butcher around the corner. Pack your picnic blanket and a picnic basket and drive to one of the places we suggest here. So you can enjoy your weekend in the sun.
What do you need for a picnic?
The English garden
A place that everyone in Munich knows and likes to use for a time in the park is the English Garden. Picnicking at what is probably Munich's most famous picnic spot. You don't necessarily have to go to the Chinese Tower or the Monopteros for a few hours of enjoyment. There are many ways where you can spread your blanket away from the hustle and bustle. Why not get on your bike and cycle to the northern part of the park? There you will find good places where you can enjoy your snack away from the crowds. We have near from Freising Court discovered beautiful places where you have the park almost to yourself.
At the Isar
- Not only the Flaucher between the Flauchersteg and the Wittelsbacherbrücke is often used for a few hours of sunshine on the river bank.
- Swimming and Grilling you can also go from Marienklausensteg to Thalkirchner Brücke.
- Swimming is prohibited at the Wittelsbacherbrücke due to some dangerous spots. But a little further downstream to the Reichenbach Bridge you can swim in the Isar.
- The Isar is particularly shallow between the Marienklausensteg and the Großhesselloh railway bridge. Children can also go into the water safely there. We especially like this region because not so many get lost for a swim in this region.
- The same applies to the Isar in the north of Munich. From the Max Joseph Bridge to just before the weir in Oberföhring, trees offer plenty of shade. Here you can always find a quiet spot in the shade for a barbecue or a picnic in Munich.
Picnic on the Olympiaberg in Munich
If you prefer to enjoy the view of Munich, then the Olympiaberg is ideal. The best thing to do is to pack a picnic basket and cycle it all the way up to the top of the mountain. Above - and along the paths - there are benches from which you have a view of the city center and the mountains on one side and the Olympic Center on the other. Here you can picnic in Munich and you are spoiled for choice which view you prefer. If you want something quieter, you will usually find plenty of space for your picnic blanket on the meadow below the viewpoint.
A Munich picnic in the Westpark
There are two lakes in the Westpark, the Westsee and the Mollsee. The Asian part of the park with a China and a Japan garden is worth seeing. There is also a Nepalese pagoda and a sala from Thailand with a Buddha statue. The park offers barbecue facilities and several restaurants with beer gardens.
A somewhat quieter picnic in Munich's Luitpoldpark
Luitpoldpark is less well known. This is located between the English Garden and the Olympic Park. You can unpack your snack on the benches in the park or in the meadow and enjoy the shade under the trees. There are ping-pong tables for those who feel like exercising. What we like best is the view of the city - including the mountain panorama.
A picnic in the deer garden
A good place for a picnic in Munich is the Hirschgarten. This park is not as central as many of the other green spaces. But it is so big that everyone can find a place for their picnic here. Incidentally, it rightly bears its name. You can also watch deer in the deer garden.
On the Fröttmaninger Berg
In the north of Munich, right next to the motorway to Nuremberg and opposite the arena, is the Fröttmaninger Berg. Many have seen this mountain. However, only a few use it for excursions. The more space there is here to unpack your picnic utensils. You can enjoy your picnic in Munich either with a view of the arena and the landscape in the north of Munich or with a view of the city.
Basically, the following applies to picnics in Munich: the further you move from the city center, the more space you have for yourself and your picnic. During the week you can also find picnic areas in the city center in the parks of the city without many people. At the weekend it usually looks different. It can be difficult to find a quiet picnic spot in the city. With these tips you can do a little Country life in the city treat.
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