Guided tour through the Grossmarkthalle

The Munich Grossmarkthalle (wholesale market) is one of the largest in Europe – fresh food and flowers from all over the world are delivered here every day. Discover the market halls with an official guide!

Walking through the Munich Grossmarkthalle is a real experience! Only twice a month the city invites with an official guide to a guided tour through the market halls, where goods from all over the world are sold exclusively to traders. With its large selection of regional and exotic food and fresh flowers, the Grossmarkthalle München has been one of the largest in Europe since 1912. Although it is called the "belly" of Munich, traders from Tyrol to Aschaffenburg also shop here every morning – from small fruit traders to large companies such as Dallmayr.

Video: simply fresh

During the guided tour you will not only learn everything about the well-known and unknown delicacies offered in the Grossmarkthalle, but you will also experience the very own rhythm of this place, which is always the first to awaken in Munich. In addition, your guide knows exciting information about the supply of the city, how it once was and what it could look like in the future. On top there is all sorts of curious knowledge, like about the last functioning paternoster in Munich.


Due to the current situation we unfortunately cannot offer any tours at the moment.

You want to buy a voucher for this tour? All information can be found here.

Meeting Point: Entrance Westtor / Thalkirchner Straße (height of bus stop Bus 132 "Großmarkthalle")
Duration: approx. 1,5 - 2 hours

Tickets are also available at the Tourist Information at Marienplatz. This tour can also be booked as a group tour. Further information

We take care of you!

  • A mouth and nose protector is available at our tourist information offices
  • All employees are trained and wear a mouth and nose protector
  • All contact surfaces are regularly disinfected
  • Distance rules are observed
  • We take action to ensure the traceability of contacts (e.g. during guided tours)
  • Restricted access and appropriate visitor guidance to avoid crowding

Hygiene requirements and current regulations - you can help too!

  • Please also show solidarity. Help us and protect yourself and other tourists by following the precautions
  • Please keep a minimum distance of 1.5 meters
  • Please wear a mouth and nose protector in public buildings and shops
  • Please note the cough and sneeze etiquette: turn away and bite the crook of your arm and cough



Photos: Frank Stolle, Daniel Schvarcz

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From May 30th onwards, holidays in Munich are finally possible again! Hotels and guesthouses can welcome guests, museums and galleries are open, guided tours are possible, and gastronomy is allowed to serve guests inside and outside. Strict hygiene regulations apply to all attractions and service providers. All important information about the coronavirus and your stay in Munich can be found here. See you soon in Munich!