Kleinhesseloher See


Sooner or later in the Englischer Garten you'll find your way to the Kleinhesseloher See, a lovely lake at the centre of the park. Work up a sweat while taking a spin around three little islands, then quaff a well-earned foamy one at the Seehaus beer garden.

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