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You could spend an entire holiday in Munich's Westpark. It's a vast, avante garde, public space that spans two sides of the Garmischer Straße. It has played host to fabulous garden shows and humble family picnics. With its rose garden, Asian gardens, playgrounds, and pathways, Westpark has something for everyone. An outdoor cinema shows movies most summer nights. If you're in Bavaria for the beer, you'll be delighted to learn that Westpark has two beer gardens. There are plenty of accommodations close to this green, vibrant space, but they do tend to be pricey. The best way to land in a great room in Munich is to use Hotels.com; visit Hotels.com, and search for hotels around Westpark, Munich. It's fast and easy, and you can search by price.

What's Westpark, Munich Like?

The Westpark area of Munich has a family-friendly, bedroom community feel to it. No matter the type of activities you enjoy, from exercising on the paths to watching model boat enthusiasts race on the Mollsee Lake in the eastern park, you'll enjoy your time in the park itself. There are numerous food vendors and attractions inside. You could say this is a local's park, where the people of the community gather on their days off. It can get crowded on weekends, holidays, and when the weather is especially delightful. Cinema and show-goers take their libations seriously. They pack lavish picnic spreads and cushions on which to feast in the open-air theater. Don't bring glass, but do bring some munchies when you attend the shows.

Tips for Getting along with Locals in Westpark, Munich

Knowing some German words and phrases is very helpful. Some older Germans do not speak English, so you may feel left out of conversations. You should have no trouble finding younger locals or staff who speak English, though. Many of the movies shown in the park will be English with German subtitles. Be polite and let locals approach you for the most part, except in the shops. Westpark is only a few minutes' ride to the city center, so it's very convenient to stay in the area and use it as a base to see the museums and other attractions of Munich. If you arrive at the wrong entrance to the park, you might have a long walk. Hotels.com has maps on their site of the Westpark area, and of Munich proper. Book your rooms on Hotels.com and you'll know exactly where you're staying before you even arrive in this graceful, warm, Bavarian city.