This is possibly Munich
‘s most famous park, and if you only have time to visit one, head to this 364-hectare (900-acre) stretch of land. Far more than just a green space, there are many hidden corners of the park to discover. To get a great view of the city, head to the Greek-style Monopteros temple on the hill. Visit the Japanese teahouse at the southern end of the park for a traditional tea ceremony, which they’ve been performing here since 1972 – if you’re craving something stronger, the park has two beer gardens as well. The English Garden
is also home to one of the city’s six designated ‘Urban Naked Zones’, so if you want to sunbathe in true German style
, this is the place to do so.