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Exploring English Garden

Known as Englischer Garten by locals, this majestic green space in the heart of Munich is only a few hundred metres northeast of Marienplatz. As it stands today, the park is among the globe’s largest and most astoundingly pristine urban greens. Inside this sparkling landmark, there are several features worth uncovering. These include the Japanese Tea House, Apollo Temple, Chinese Tower and Kleinhesseloher Lake.


Accommodations near English Garden

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Munich is the Hotel Konrad Holzkirchen, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Hotel Residence Starnberger See in Munich as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near English Garden

- Marienplatz


Standing as the oldest and busiest city square in Munich, Marienplatz has been entertaining Munichers and visitors since the 12th century. It rests within the Altstadt district of downtown Munich, just a short walk from Munich Central Station.


- New Town Hall/Glockenspiel


Housed along Marienplatz, the Altstadt’s most illustrious square, New Town Hall is an incredible 18th-century structure that welcomes millions of visitors each year. The façade is simply breathtaking, and its tower spirals more than 80 metres into the air. For a small fee, tourists can climb this towering structure to take in 360 degree views of the Altstadt and Munich. However, the main attraction with this site is the Glockenspiel, which demands attention three times daily with its charming design and fascinating re-enactments.


Transportation near English Garden

Munich is a large city but it is still easily explored by walking or using the great excellent public transportation system. Visitors can use the same ticket to ride the U-Bahn (subway), S-Bahn (light-rail), trams and buses. The public transportation is extensive and can get you anywhere in the city.


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