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Munich: three cool places to cool down

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For weeks it’s just plain hot. Sightseeing is exhausting, even shopping. But there are a few spots in Munich where you quickly cool down to normal temperature.

1. The Fountain at Stachus
kindAt Stachus – right at the beginning of the pedestrian area in Munich – a fountain pleases downtown visitors with rippling water games. Now that it has more than 30 degrees, we also see the occasional passersby hurry through the fountain. Our tip: Just looking through the race. Ok, you will get wet down to the skin. But with the current temperatures, you will dry quickly. Ideal after a hot day of shopping.

How to get there by public transport:
all suburban trains (S-Bahn), Underground U4, U5: Stop Karlsplatz (Stachus)

2. The Eisbach River

English Garden in Munich, Eisbach

English Garden in Munich, Eisbach

Officially it is forbidden to swim in the Eisbach. Because the water in the Eisbach is not only cold, but also flows incredibly fast. Small children can be snatched away rapidly. However, at the time we repeatedly see adults stand in the water to cool off. The city administration is tolerating it. Just like the Eisbach surfers who demonstrate on an artificial wave their surfing skills – a true (tourist) attraction. If you want to to look at the Eisbach times, take the tram. It stops at the “Haus der Kunst”, right next to the Eisbach Surfers. There simply look out for the crowd.

How to get there by public transport:
Tram 17 or 18, stop: National Museum / Haus der Kunst
Bus 100 (Fine Line), Stop: Königinstraße

3. Maria Einsiedelbad
Who made all day Sigfhtseeing, should seek to cool off after the Maria Einsiedel Bad. It is Munich’s coolest bathroom – because right through the bath flows Isarkanal – with fresh river water AUSD the Alps. In addition, the Maria Einsiedel Bad uses no chlorine, but relies on biological purification of water. Super for the skin. And a real experience!

How to get there by public transport:
U3, city bus 135 (stop: Thalkirchen (Tierpark))
StadtBus 134 (Stop: Rupert-Mayer-Straße)
StadtBus 135 (Stop: Bad Maria Einsiedel or Floßlände)
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