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    Munich's Most Popular Beer Gardens - Our Top 5Munich's Most Popular Beer Gardens - Our Top 5

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    Spring has finally sprung - and with it the beer garden season. A trip to a beer garden is not just a stop, but a lifestyle and sociable time-out from everyday life. What could be better than enjoying a cool beer and fresh pretzels under chestnut trees on a typical beer bench? Find out here where you can do this best in Munich. Get to know our 5 favourite beer gardens in Munich.

    “Augustiner Schützengarten”: For your Palate, Eyes and Ears

    Despite its huge space, the “Augustiner Schützengarten” manages to remain familiar and cosy. On Sundays from 5pm, a small stage is played by a Bavarian band and guests can shake a leg if they feel like it. This programme is only topped by the landlady Gigi Pfundmair herself: She is a professional opera singer and performs Bavarian songs and hits on Thursdays and Sundays.

    Regional Delicacies in the "Hirschau" in the “English Garden”

    The idyllic “Hirschau” beer garden is located directly in the pittoresque English Garden, making it a popular destination for locals and holidaymakers. The culinary offer is based on sustainability and regionality: Vegetables and herbs are home-grown, and everything from the animals is used. Another highlight is the cosy winter garden with lots of greenery in the form of plants and herbs.

    Between Trees and Water: The “Michaeligarten” Beer Garden

    Hot and cold dishes with regional ingredients and, of course, freshly tapped Helles can be enjoyed in the “Michaeligarten” with a view of the “Ostpark” lake. Large chestnuts offer cool spots on sunny days and the swans swimming their laps in the water make the place particularly idyllic. Children can let off steam in the accompanying playground.

    Royal Setting in the “Hirschgarten” Restaurant & Beer Garden

    In the immediate vicinity of the beautiful “Nymphenburg” Palace you'll find the “Hirschgarten” beer garden. Here you can enjoy typical and hearty beer garden delicacies with your lager. It's best to explore the numerous walking paths around the beer garden before you stop in. On cooler evenings, you can stop by the associated restaurant, which offers the perfect setting for a cosy evening with its quaint but classic décor.

    Right in the City: “Viktualienmarkt” Beer Garden

    As the most central of all beer gardens, this place - as its name suggests - is located directly on the famous “Viktualienmarkt”. You can bring your own snacks here, but you can also take advantage of the numerous stalls offering roast pork, pretzels or other delicacies. The unique thing about this location is that six different major Munich breweries take turns supplying beer every six weeks. So at “Viktualienmarkt” beer garden you'll be delighted with different producer varieties over the spring and summer.

    Our Adina Hotel Munich is centrally located in the “Werksviertel-Mitte” near the train station “Ostbahnhof” and is therefore the perfect starting point for your explorations of the beer gardens or the city. There is also plenty to discover in the hip “Werksviertel-Mitte” itself: The area is transforming from a former industrial area to a vibrant meeting place for art, culture and lifestyle. See for yourself: Book direct and enjoy the best available rate.