Viktualienmarkt Tasting Tour

During the tasting tour through the Viktualienmarkt you will not only discover the most delicious delicacies of the city, but also learn all kinds of interesting historical facts about Munich's most famous food market with an official guide.

Since 1807, the Viktualienmarkt has been supplying Munich's residents with all kinds of delicacies. In former times it was the most important place for food supply, in the 1950s the market developed into a popular place for delicatessen. From the Leberkäsesemmel (typical bavarian food) to the oyster - there is something for every taste and budget to this day. In addition to the dozens of market stalls from a total of almost 150 companies, the Maytree, the several fountains and the beer garden are typical for the Viktualienmarkt. This beer garden is the only one in Munich that is operated by all breweries – so every day a different beer is served.

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The Viktualienmarkt covers a total area of 22.00 square metres, which can be divided into seven departments - including the butcher's street, the fruits market and the fish hall. On the tasting tour of Munich's most famous market you will not only discover the city's most delicious delicacies, but will also learn all sorts of interesting facts and historical facts: Where can you get the best coffee and the tastiest pretzels at the Viktualienmarkt? Which stand has been here the longest? Where do underground streams still flow?

from 30,00

Meeting Point: In front of the Tourist Information at Marienplatz
Duration: approx. 90 minutes

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



Photos: Frank Stolle

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München Tourismus
Herzog-Wilhelm-Str. 15
80331 München


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