An Autumn Stroll in Munich Parks

The weather is changing as well as the colors of the leaves on the trees. Now is exactly the time to take an autumn stroll in one of Bavaria’s capital’s great parks. Here you can enjoy some fresh air, a good beer and the last rays of sunshine before winter kicks in.

The Englischer Garten

Perhaps the most famous park in Munich is the Englischer Garten. This big park offers visitors to enjoy its secret hidden corners. You should check out the Japanese teahouse at the southern end of the park for a traditional tea ceremony. Otherwise, you can head to the Greek-style Monopteros temple on the hill, which offers a magnificent view of the city.


If you are willing to get a bit farther from the city center, you will surely enjoy this beautiful location. This rather small park is leading down to the Isar River and allows you to stroll at its banks. Don’t miss out on the 1871 Statue of Peace near the central part of the park.


This little park is a point of attraction for local photographers and painters and known for vivid colors and a calm atmosphere. If you are looking for a place to take some photos for your Instagram account, this is the place for you. Make sure you don’t miss the Nymphenburg Palace, a Baroque palace from the 17th century.