Located in a hillside monastery, this isn't just any pub, this is the holy mountain of Bavaria! People don't just ... More
Located in a hillside monastery, this isn't just any pub, this is the holy mountain of Bavaria! People don't just come here to drink - it is more like a pilgrimage. However, it is difficult to avoid getting a bit tipsy, as the monks brew a very strong beer. The food is equally good and guests can choose from a tasty and reasonably priced selection. Summer is the best time to come as the beer garden boasts stunning views over the foothills of the Alps.
The Andechs is a wonderful experience for drinkers and nondrinkers alike. The food was the best I have had in all my trips and I go there each time I visit. I recommend the dark beer, sauerkraut, and shwinesheks (sorry for misspells. The hardest part is coming down from the mountain to the parking lot especially after a liter of the double bauch. It is a little pricey.
This is a wonderful place to spend a summer afternoon. The beer is incredible and the location could not be better. It is definately a break from the city and less than an hour from the center of Munich.
Built from 1896 99 and funded by the City of Munich, this monument celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Treaty
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