Munich Beer Gardens
Famed for their friendly atmosphere and historical roots, Munich beer gardens are the envy of people from all around the world. From small hideouts to some of the largest beer gardens in Munich, holidaymakers to the Bavarian capital have an unparalleled number to choose from.
Tourists wishing to indulge in the city's famous brews should stay at one of the well located hotels in Munich Germany
. The Park Inn by Radisson Munich East Hotel is situated close to an S-Bahn station to allow guests to easily reach the best beer gardens Munich has to offer.
What Munich Beer Gardens should you visit?
The law legalising Munich's beer gardens was passed two centuries ago and the city is now home to around 175 outdoor hotspots which can accommodate 180,000 locals and tourists.
The Augustiner Keller is one of the main beer gardens of Munich, with the tavern originally established in 1812. Tourists can enjoy the bar's traditionally stored beer and relax in its large garden before indulging in some Bavarian culinary delicacies.
Holidaymakers can visit the beer garden at the Olympiapark in Munich
to enjoy a drink with some of the finest views in the city. Host of the 1972 Summer Olympics, the stands, tower and lake are now open to energetic tourists.
The 16-day Oktoberfest is undoubtedly the most renowned Munich beer festival, with the annual event famous for serving six home-grown local brews at its bars during the celebrations.
Staying in Munich
The Park Inn by Radisson Munich East Hotel's excellent transport links allows guests to jump between beer gardens before enjoying a relaxing night sleep in comfortable and affordable rooms.