I would recommend spending a whole day here - bring a picnic lunch and bring your suit so you can swim in the Olympic sized pool where Mark Spitz won five gold medals. Bring your roller blades if you have them. Just plan to stroll and swim and enjoy the whole park.
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August 25, 2003
But nothing has brought the Olympic Stadium more fame than football has: it is the home of the famous "Bayern München" and of "TVS 1860 München" (although a new stadium will open in 2006 for the Soccer World Championships). This is where Gerd Müller led the German national team to victory as football world champions against Holland in 1974. The great international teams have all appeared as guests.
The park tower stands out over the city and you can go up to get a good look at the park and the city. The ride to the top costs 3 euro for an adult. It is an amazing building, reaching a height of approximately 290 metres, which is three times as high as the Frauenkirche. It is one of the highest towers in Europe.
You can get a fantastic view over Munich and on a clear day, you even can see the Alps. It is beautiful!
The tower also has a nice restaurant that rotates (360 degrees per hour). It´s an exclusive dining spot with a selection of local and international dishes. The food is good and fresh, although most people come here for the extraordinary view.
From journal Munich the capital of Bavaria
August 17, 2002
From journal Mad Kings, Munich and Mozart