MunichCopyright: City of Munich
Munich’s oldest market, originally a farmer’s market, is now a favourite shopping area for gourmets. The wide range of produce, which includes Bavarian specialities and exotic delicacies from around the world, gives the historic square its special flair. This is a great place for a lunch snack.
- More Info: Viktualienmarkt
- Phone: +49 89 233 234 73
- More Info: www.viktualienmarkt.de
- Opening House: Market stalls: Mon-Sat until 8pm at the latest.
- More Info: Marienplatz
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Perhaps most people associate Munich with beer, and there certainly are a lot of breweries and beer halls in the city. But don't miss Munich's classic high-calorie everyday cooking. Schweinshaxe is a roasted ham hock or "pork knuckle," and it goes well with sauerkraut and Knödel, which are boiled dumplings. We also recommend Apfelstrudel (apple strudel) and custard or a Dampfnudel (a kind of cream bun with chocolate or vanilla custard) for dessert.