- Address: Viktualienmarkt 3 80331 Munich, Germany
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +49-8989068205
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Market, Street Market, Family And Kids, Street Food
The clamoring Viktualienmarkt, Munich's open air marketplace, is spotted in the heart of the city's old town. The market has been operational since 1807 and it is the most seasoned ranchers showcase in Munich. The market got its name from the Latin word victualia, which implies "groceries".
The Viktualienmarkt is Munich's best place to shop for crisp produce, dairy, bread, and Bavarian fortes. Locals, vacationers, and the city's top culinary specialists come here to fill their bushel with everything from foods grown from the local fields, vegetables, meat and seafood, to baked goods, nectar, flavors, blossoms and juices.
- There is also a famous beer garden located nearby where people can spend their afternoon drinking and having fun.
- Entry is free.
- Public transport S-Bahn lines 1-8, U3 or U6, Bus 52 to Marienplatz, then walk towards Tal and turn right behind St. Peter's church.
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66.81% of people who visit Munich include Viktualienmarkt in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
34.52% of people start their Viktualienmarkt visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Viktualienmarkt
76.35% of people prefer walking in order to reach Viktualienmarkt
Nice place for a walk. I liked this. Shops are nice with friendly staff. Lot of local stuff. You must visit this place if you have time in Munich. Ideal place to buy sausages if you are a fan. And, do not forget Bavarian beer. Overall, fun place.
The Victuals Market can offer for travellers food and drink for different tastes. The prices are relatively cheap and the assortment is big. Also, you can find kitchens of different nationalities as for example apart of German-Austrian you can try some Hungarian or Italian tastes. For people who curious about culinary or food and drink in general.
This is a really cute market that appears local - lots of small stands for food, cheese, sausage, wine and beer. There are some restaurants, and small shops that sell various crafts. It's worthwhile to see while in Munich.
A must for tourist! Great food shopping and eating spot make sure you go hungry. Check out all of the market there are lots of hidden gems. The pickle man has great pickles. There is a great coffee place but be ready to wait.
The market is an amazing place, one thing I will recommend to tourists, get familiar with the German culture and when sitting down make sure you read the signs. Communal tables in the middle and the ones around are for service only, meaning do not buy your food and try to sit, sit and wait for the server. Service is great, food well I ate as much as I could.