This being Germany, there’s no embarrassment whatsoever about the fact that everybody is naked - the park is named the English Garden because of the original style of the horticulture, not as an ironic way of poking fun at traditional British prudery” says nudist travel site
At Cafe Bavaria, we celebrate the fun side of all things Bavarian.
Yes, the "Reinheitsgebot" purity law of brewing sounds very serious, but it gave the world some of its finest biers to be enjoyed in large vessels while singing and dancing in grand bier halls and outdoors on leafy biergartens. Whether you're a fan of heavy bock bier or a tall, refreshing weiss bier, we've got something new for you to explore.
Buchsee The Buchsee is a tiny lake to the east of the more popular Starnberger See, in Münsing. You can lay down on a grassy slope (there’s plenty of room and people are nicely spread out), and the water’s deliciously warm.
After you’re done swimming, head to the beer garden next door for homemade Bavarian dishes.
Toilets are available, changing rooms are clean and the cafe sells savory dishes and plenty of ice cream.
The water’s pretty shallow for a good few metres, meaning it’s great for kids, and it’s lovely to swim around the yachts and watch the steam boat puff around the lake.Germany's third largest city, Munich, has legalised public nudity.Statewide laws controlling nude sunbathing in Bavaria expired last autumn, and Germany's third largest city has had to decide for itself whether or not to allow sun-seekers to strip off in public.It does take over an hour to reach the lake from Munich – perhaps more a weekend activity with a picnic, than a quick after-work cool-off.Feldmochinger See Just north of Moosach, the Feldmochinger See‘s easy to reach by bike.The southern part of the lake is dedicated to naked swimming, the western part is great for BBQs and volleyball, and families have plenty of space to relax on the western side.