Munich Food Walking Tour Including Viktualienmarkt

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Duration: 2 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    11:25 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Marienplatz, 80331 München, Germany
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

Hungry for an authentic Bavarian food and cultural experience? Then join this unique 2-hour guided walking tour through the citys historic district. Start with a typical Bavarian brunch, and continue to eat your way through the Viktualienmarkt, a daily food market in the center of town.

Highlights

  • Ideal choice for families
  • Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide

Know More about this tour

Meet your guide at the market to begin your tour through Munichs oldest open market and foodie paradise. Sure, you already know about the famous sausages and beer, but your guide will introduce you to lesser-known delicacies and fill you in on their delicious stories. You bring the appetite and they will provide the food and the fun.

There are more than 100 different food stalls on Munich's biggest market. You will stop frequently to taste different delicacies from different stalls. You will learn about what your are eating and how it was made from the producers themselves. Your local guide will talk about the role the 150+ year-old market plays in Munich's history. You will try different breads, sausages, pickles, exotic fruits, spreads and cheeses, just to name a few.

Inclusions

Food tasting

Professional guide

Exclusions

Drinks

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required

Wheelchair accessible

Stroller accessible

Service animals allowed

Near public transportation

Transportation is wheelchair accessible

Surfaces are wheelchair accessible

Most travelers can participate

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers

Social distancing enforced throughout experience

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination required for travelers

COVID-19 vaccination required for guides

Traveler Reviews

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  • 01-Oct-2022

    I accidentally signed up for the tour in German. Lucky for me there were two amazing people who were learning how to give the tour and spoke English so I was able to understand. So much information and food tasting. I really recommend this tour, just make sure you sign up for the correct language!!

  • 04-Sep-2022

    Excellent tour, it was a lovely introduction to the splendid food and drink that Munich has to offer. Our guide was incredibly informative and friendly, and made our tour very enjoyable. We walked around the market sampling a range of products including speciality pork sandwiches, artisan cheese, fishcakes, organic spread, pastry & more. Our guide wove together stories on the food and history of Munich, and I would recommend this tour as it provides a good introduction to the history of Munich, as well as a culinary journey.

  • 01-Nov-2019

    Wir hatten einen entspannten Mittag mit unserem Guide, der uns souverän führte und viele vergnügliche Geschichten erzählte

  • 27-Sep-2019

    We had Stephanie Anne as our guide who was lovely and knowledgeable but the tour was let down by the poor choice of food stops. We had white sausage (possibly the worst of all the Bavarian sausages you could have) and I think they would have been better off giving us a small selection of sausages not just one type. This was followed by a very bizarre selection of exotic fruits that were from the Far East - definitely not what I wanted or expected from a Bavarian food tour. Next up was some organic/homeopathic food stop, which again was so not anything typical about Munich or Bavaria.

    My advice to the tour would be have a better selection of sausages, add some pork knuckle or such like, perhaps a goulash and some apple strudel. If you are a true foodie this will very badly let you down as a tour I'm afraid

  • 27-Sep-2019

    We had Stephanie Anne as our guide who was lovely and knowledgeable but the tour was let down by the poor choice of food stops. We had white sausage (possibly the worst of all the Bavarian sausages you could have) and I think they would have been better off giving us a small selection of sausages not just one type. This was followed by a very bizarre selection of exotic fruits that were from the Far East - definitely not what I wanted or expected from a Bavarian food tour. Next up was some organic/homeopathic food stop, which again was so not anything typical about Munich or Bavaria. My advice to the tour would be have a better selection of sausages, add some pork knuckle or such like, perhaps a goulash and some apple strudel. If you are a true foodie this will very badly let you down as a tour I'm afraid

  • 26-Sep-2019

    I enjoyed going on this tour. The guide was very upbeat and informative and organized. Eat a light breakfast before you go because only one tasting was pretty hearty, the rest are light tastings. But this tour is a great way to see what’s in the market.

  • 25-Sep-2019

    Would not recommend. There were at least 20 people and the guide (I forget her name) was knowledgeable but we couldn’t hear her. I thought it was billed as Bavarian food tour, but other than the first stop with Bratwurst, the rest was a mix of “exotic” fruit (all of which I could get at home) and an organic place with some bread with toppings. We did end up with some traditional dessert of plum bread. Visiting the open market was nice. Too bad she didn’t talk about cheeses, spaetzle, sausages, different pretzels, etc.

  • 22-Aug-2019

    This walking tour and the food was ok. The tour guide was not inspiring but she did lead us to an interesting market area which I hadn't seen before.

  • 21-Aug-2019

    This walking tour and the food was ok. The tour guide was not inspiring but she did lead us to an interesting market area which I hadn't seen before.

  • 07-Aug-2019

    We ate at a street park area. Everyone was drinking wonderful beer in big steins. Ate the wurst & sourcrout along with big soft pretzels.all of this was outdoors on picnic benches with loud German music.

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