Munich stands for pure recreation: its green parks and plazas are great hideaways from the daily hustle and bustle. One of the highlights of the city is the Isar river, with its gravel banks and flood plains – a veritable natural paradise in the heart of the city. Those who prefer to be more active might opt to discover Munich by bike, or even hire a rowboat to explore the lakes in the city centre.
00:01 Isar – Brudermühlbrücke | 00:02 Olympiapark | 00:04 Englischer Garten | 00:06 Isar river | 00:12 Hofgarten | 00:16 Skatepark at Hirschgarten | 00:18 Englischer Garten | 00:19 Eisbachwelle | 00:30 Lake Olympiasee | 00:38 Weißenburger Platz | 00:46 Hackerbrücke | 00:50 Isar – Flaucher | 00:58 Eisbachwelle | 01:10 Chinesischer Turm | 01:11 Seehaus in Englischer Garten | 01:19 Monopteros | 01:26 St. Lukas church | 01:31 Friedensengel
The City of Munich is also affected by the nationwide measures to contain the coronavirus. The good news: hotels and accommodation establishments, indoor and outdoor gastronomy and shops are open again. All other important information about the coronavirus and your stay in Munich can be found here.