There are all types of shops and boutiques lined up, with restaurants, cinemas, ice-cream parlors, and street cafes in between. Amongst all this, in the summer months, Schwabing artists put their work out on display-some quite remarkable, some not. As compared with the old part of the city, Schwabing is not interesting due to places of interest, rather it’s the people who live and work here.
Here again, there is a colorful range of tables and chairs for sitting outside. Moving in the direction of the English Garden there is a network of small roads and alleyways lit up with colored neon lighting and filled with fragments of music pouring out of the various pubs. You have now arrived at Munich’s hotspot for pubs, bars, amusement houses, discotheques, cabarets-it’s never-ending… Have a good time!
I read somewhere that Schwabing used to be Munich’s bohemian part of town, where tourist visit in every season, and for the people who live there, it’s a part of town where all the famous coffee shops, restaurants and clubs are. One other thing, which makes this part of town special, is that there is famous English Garden….or at lest I read about it somewhere… When in Germany, it’s one of the ” must see ” places.
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