A great place to eat, drink beer and discover some new ingredients. Go through the different shops as most of them will let you try samples for free. Dome people are still dressed as the old customs.
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Love the traditional beer garden, the historic maypole, and all the modern stalls and touches too. Just a great place to stroll through any time of day and get any food or drink you can imagine.
There is a market at the Marienplatz with vegetables and fruits. Can also eat in local restaurants. I highly recommend going there
We bought some wine from a shop in here and to be honest it was quite awful. I also tried my first curry wurst and couldn't eat it. So those 2 negatives definitely affected our perception of this market. There are a bunch of little...More
All sorts of food purveyors have shops here. There are fruits, vegetables, cheese, meats, a honey shop as well as some household goods. There ar numerous prepared food options, with a self-service beer garden. Walk around, select your meal, and pull up a picnic table...More
I LOVE this market. What a great selection of food and a fun way to see the locals kick back and enjoy their beer and food. I visited several times during my 4 night stay in Munich. It's located right by tons of shopping and...More
It is a traditional German market with food galore! Beer lovers can drink beer, there are lovely shops selling cheese, bakery products, meats, fruit, dry fruit, you will see a lot of people wearing traditional clothes. There is often music in the air. Make sure...More
Viktualienmarkt is a nice square with the most delicious food joints you can imagine. Not cheap, but quality costs. The square is surrounded by restaurants where you can eat fantastic seafood and meats - and sip (or gulp) the good German beer and wine. Must-go...More
This market is a great shopping place close to Marienplatz. There are plenty of restaurants around and lots of places serving some great beer and great food. Its a great place to shop local food and Bavarian delights.We bought a lot of local cheese from...More