Fun and plenty of space to relax and unwind in the middle of Munich

The creation of the park goes back to a birthday present to the Bavarian Prince Regent Luitpold. In 1911, he was 90 years old and planted 90 linden trees in his honor. Around this grove they put on the 33-acre public park. After the Second World War, a 37-meter-high pile of rubble from the bombed-out remains of the city was piled up in the northern part of the park. A bronze cross on the summit of the so-called Luitpold hill recalls the victims of the bombing raids since 1958.
With its 37 meters the Luitpoldhügel determines the picture of the park of the same name in Schwabing. In sunny weather and above all with Föhn the alpine chain can be admired from here. Likewise, the Luitpoldhügel offers a good view of Schwabing's roofs. To the "summit" lead several paved paths.

Every Day :

24 Hours

Park Area: 330000.00 SQM

Foundation Date: 1/1/1911

Intertainment Elements

Sitting places



This informations from published sources and pending the approval of the official authorities


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