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We're going gold - tips for the church fair weekend in the city


A wonderful weekend is just around the corner - suitable for the parish fair. Tips for the weekend: Here you can combine delicious food and a trip to the countryside.

A wonderful weekend is just around the corner - suitable for the parish fair.

Tips for the weekend: Here you can combine delicious food and a trip to the countryside.

A gscheiter Kirta lasts until the Irta ... that's the old Bavarian saying.

Kirchweih is traditionally celebrated on the third Sunday in October - and can sometimes last until Tuesday ... We have a few tips ready where you can enjoy roast duck or goose, Kirtahutschn and Kirchweihnudeln in town.

And because the weather is fine, we'll show you where you can go for a walk in the October sun.

We're doing gold - come with me!

Auer Dult and Museum Night

Antiques, dishes, delicacies or a carousel ride: the parish fair takes place around the Mariahilfkirche in der Au.

It starts this Saturday and ends on Sunday October 24th.

Sales start at 10 a.m., the rides spin from 10.30 a.m. - they are open until 7 p.m.

The best way to get there is by tram 28, bus lines 52 and 62 or the U1 / 2 (stop: Fraunhoferstraße or Columbusplatz).

But that's not all!

On this Saturday, another event has the city under control - at least in the late evening hours.

Because the long night of the museums takes place in Munich.

Over 70 museums, collections, galleries, art spaces and much more are open from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m.

The ticket costs 15 euros - you have to buy it personalized beforehand.

First forest management, then Isar

There's also a parish fair in the south of Munich.

In the Waldwirtschaft (Georg-Kalb-Straße 3) Saturday and Sunday from 11.30 a.m. to 9.30 p.m.: The quarter goose for 25.50 euros and the half duck for 22.50 euros - fresh from the oven with red cabbage and dumplings.

For dessert: Auszogne ​​for 5.80 euros, with vanilla ice cream 7.60 euros.

Reservation: Tel .: 089/74 99 40 30. The beer garden only opens when the weather is nice.

Tour: On the Isar, the food can be perfectly digested on a walk.

It's either up along the high bank, or down, closer to the water.


Duck and goose can also be found in the forest industry at church fairs.


Feast in the Franziskaner

Franziskaner Garten (Friedenspromenade 45): From Friday to Sunday there is the traditional goose and duck dinner for lunch and dinner.

A quarter of goose with potato dumplings, sauce, baked apple, red cabbage or celery salad costs 25.50 euros.

A quarter of a duck with potato dumplings, sauce and red apple cabbage 17.50 euros, half a duck 22.90 euros.

Reservations on Tel .: 089/430 09 96.

Tour: Off to the Ostpark!

The park in the southeast of the city, opened in 1973, has a lake, playgrounds, ball and table tennis courts.

You can park your car at the Michaelibad car park - you are right at the park and walk around 30 minutes to the inn.

Live music in the Bachmaier Hofbräu

Sunday from 12 noon in the Bachmaier Hofbräu (Leopoldstrasse 50): Half a 3.2 kilo duck from the Lugeder poultry farm in Pleiskirchen with apple and red cabbage, two potato dumplings and homemade port wine duck sauce for 28.50 euros.

You can order half a duck in pairs and eat together.

Plus live music from the IsarGroove band.

Reservation: 089/383 86 80.

Tour: The idyll is not far away.

It starts just a few meters further, the English Garden.

Whether on foot or by bike, in the direction of Monopteros or Kleinhesseloher See.

Here you can relax and enjoy the sun.

Parish feast in the Spatenhaus

On Saturday and Sunday, the Spatenhaus an der Oper (Residenzstrasse 12) has a parish fair for lunch and dinner: A portion of fresh parish goose with dumplings, red cabbage, chestnuts and mugwort sauce costs 36 euros.

Reservation: 089/290 7060.

Tour: The Hofgarten is about 500 meters away - quiet and ideal for a leisurely stroll through town.

Admire the twelve-sided Diana Temple with its famous bronze figure on the roof and the war memorial in front of the State Chancellery.

You can enjoy the sun on one of the many pews in the wonderful Renaissance garden from the 17th century.

Source: merkur

All news articles on 2021-10-15

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