The new winter experience at the Tollwood
When the Nymphenburg Canal is not frozen again because climate change and the heat of the city prevent it, we go to the Tollwood. Because there are four curling rinks there this winter that are operated without water and electricity. Instead of looking at the castle, you look at St Paul’s Church.
And choose your favourite warmer from the festival’s terrific range of hot drinks.
It is a wonderful ambience for this pleasurable sport, which not only promotes the circulation of the body but also, at least to the same extent, contact with the other players. Because in the struggle for the very closest place to the “Daubn”, competition often turns into friendship.
Tollwood’s Winter Curling Experience is particularly suitable for pre-Christmas company parties, which can be extended at will at the Christmas market after the competition.