Beer gardens should be visited and although they serve also food one is welcome to bring his own food but one have to buy the beer from the place.
A quick must see tour of 2 hrs can also be taken by the open tourist buses situated behind the main train station Munich Banhof and cost about €20
The locals who go to the Beer hall have their own beer steins safely stored for them. The tourists get the glass mugs, as they were being stolen too often. Not to worry, your stein will be ENOURMOUS! Try the sausage dinner with sawerkraut,YUMMY!
There is a traditional band with singing and dancing. Everyone is dressed up in traditional costumes.
in spring and summertime the most relaxing spot in town - mostly apart from street´s noises (not all, but many), usually excellent "native food" and at some places very good basic and high class kitchen!
Check out for SEEHAUS (English Garden), one of the hottest spots to see and be seen
Beer was invented ,it is written, by the monks who also founded munchen. Now this beer can be sampled in all its glory at any of the many beer halls around the city. The most famous of these is the hofbrauhaus.
Germany, famous for its beers and beer gardens. Hanna took us to a place in central Munich which was situated on an artificial lake. You can see me and Hanna enjoying a small glass of beer. Hanna's has lemon added causing a lighter color.
A beer hall. The hall we visited catered to tourists but we managed to have a good time! The beers came in two sizes – liter of 1/2 liter. I chose the former and was quite warm but the end of the night! We hoped on the stage and danced the YMCA with the oompah band.
Actually, more of a must do activity. Unfortunately, I didn't head to Munich during Oktoberfest but oh well, beer gradens are still set up on various locations in Munich.
More info will be written in a travelogue so check there.
Beer gardens. During summer when it's warm, beer gardens in Munich are the meeting point for tourists and people from Munich.
Sitting around, enjoy the beer and life and everything.
Visited on a frosty morning, great place for a walk. Sadly for us the huge beergarden closes in the winter, amused ourselves looking at the deer nearby.
Munich has some of the most famous beer halls. Beer drinking is a big part of the local culture and is highlighted every year during their Oktoberfest.
This place has good food and a good beer called Weissbeer which is made with wheat instead of hops and has a nice sweet taste. Incredible the taste is. I went through a few liters of this stuff.