There's fabulous art & entertainment everywhere in Munich as long as you know where to look!
Englischer Garten / English Garden
Huge greenspace (3.7 km) on the Isar River. FREE!
Walk, jog, run, bike, surf. Yes, surf!
Mini Hofbrauhaus: English Garden, No costume necessary. Less crowded and less tourists but many dogs.
I dislike it but I attempted to drink a whole glass of beer but could only finish Half-a-weissen. 😂 LOL
Personally, I do not understand the appeal of beer gardens since I don't smoke cigarettes or drink beer or feast on dead flesh but apparently a lot of other people find it enjoyable.
I walked for several hours during my street art scavenger hunt today. Couldn't have done it without this helpful post/map. Like hunting for buried/hidden treasure as most of the murals are below street level and/or under bridges.
Three street art hot spots on the east side of the river.
Street Art Mecca is located at Burogebaude Viehhof / Outdoor cinema near Ludwigvorstadt-Isarvorstadt. www.viehhof-kino.de
The place was kinda closed and partially under construction but I found a way in anyways. Met a group of local guys about to start a fresh design.
Bikers, sunbathers, picnic blankets and book readers are scattered around the Rosengarten & Frülingsanlagen when the weather is nice.
Schwabing = University & Arts district & my favorite area.
Pinakotheken / Pinakothek der Moderne = Traditional & Modern Art in four buildings; one of the world's largest art museums.
Marienplatz: Full of tourists but you have to fight the crowds to see the old architecture.
Haus der Kunst | Contemporary Art Museum
Next to Haus der Kunst is the famous city surf spot, Eisbachwelle.
Dean&David: A chain with relatively cheap vegan/vegetarian food.
Munich is such a creative city! I hope to come back to paint my own mural here someday!