1. Viktualienmarkt

    For a special experience, be sure to visit the Viktualienmarkt, founded in 1807. Formerly a farmers’ market, it has evolved into a shopping destination for gourmets. From Monday to Saturday, you will find daily offerings of fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, eggs, honey, and flowers, as well as exotic spices and other speciality foods. The market also features a small beer garden under the maypole and several fountains with sculptures portraying popular characters from Munich’s history.

    Statue of Roider Jackl, Viktualienmarkt
  2. Markt am Elisabethplatz

    Located in Schwabing, Elisabethplatz was named after the Austrian empress Elisabeth (Sisi). This market, which is closed on Sundays, has been here since 1903 and is the second-largest one in Munich. Along with fruit, vegetables, cheese, sausage, and wine, market stalls offer many homemade specialities. The small market café is especially attractive.

  3. Markt am Wiener Platz

    Many made-for-TV films shot in Munich use the permanent market stalls on Wiener Platz in Haidhausen as a backdrop. Local trades people and office workers drop by on their coffee breaks for a quick snack at one of the kiosks.

  4. Großmarkthalle

    Munich’s indoor Großmarkt (wholesale market) has a vibrant atmosphere. Opened in 1912, the complex features four large halls. Several excellent restaurants and pubs have established themselves in and around the market.

    • Thalkirchnerstr.

  5. Auer Dulten

    Church festivals, held here from the 14th century onward, evolved into popular annual fairs (Dulten), and eventually into three nine-day fairs: Maidult, in late April; Jakobidult, starting 25 July; and Herbstdult, in late October. As aromas of roasted almonds and grilled fish waft through the air, vendors loudly proclaim the virtues of their wares – dishes, candles, patent medicine, and, of course, knick-knacks.

  6. Antikmärkte

    For antique furniture, head to Antikpalast (Rosenheimer Straße 143). The flea and antique market in Daglfing (Traberstraße 1) has a large selection of glass, silver, porcelain, paintings, rustic furniture, and more. Many treasures can also be found at the flea and antique market in Munich-Freimann (Lilienthalallee 29).

  7. Second-Hand & Flea Markets

    Perfect for rummaging and strolling are the giant flea market on the Theresienwiese in April and the largest open-air flea market in Bavaria, on the grounds of the Neue Messe (Alfons-Goppel-Straße 3).

  8. Second-Hand Stores

    Perhaps a sign of the times, second-hand has gone mainstream, and “vintage” stores are springing up overnight.

    Städtisches Gebrauchtwarenhaus

    • Sachsenstr. 25

    Cindy’s Second Hand

  9. Weihnachtsmärkte

    Christmas markets are a long-standing and utterly charming tradition here. The largest is held on Marienplatz, while those located in Schwabing and Haidhausen offer the best atmosphere.

    • Marienplatz

    • Münchner Freiheit

    • Weißenburger Platz

  10. Magdalenenfest

    Fair and market around the feast of St Mary Magdalene in July.

    • Hirschgarten

Top 10 Munich Characters

  1. Julius Thannhauser

    Carnival entertainer (1860–1921), whose fame reached far beyond Munich.

  2. Elise Aulinger

    Popular actress (1881–1965), a pioneer of radio programming and creator of the Ratschkathl character.

  3. Hans Blädel

    Trained as a shoemaker, he became a popular comedic music virtuoso (1871–1937).

  4. Minna Reverelli

    Born Hermina Knapp (1892–1941), Minna was the Queen of Yodeling at Platzl.

  5. Ratschkathl

    Cabaret artiste Ida Schumacher (1894–1956) was the best Ratschkathl. She created the tram-track-crack-cleaning-lady character.

  6. Roider Jackl

    A farmer’s son (1906–75) famous for his spirited performances of Gstanzln – satirical rhymes set to music – and a master of barbed humour.

  7. Blasius

    Pseudonym of Sigi (Siegfried) Sommer (1914–96), author of a popular column in the Münchner Abendzeitung.

  8. Bally Prell

    Decked out in colourful costumes, she recited rhymes to delighted fans (1922–82).

  9. Walter Sedlmayr

    A home-grown talent and local favourite (1926–90), he was a successful stage actor and adman for Paulaner beer.

  10. Helmut Fischer

    Munich actor (1926–97), best remembered for his role as Monaco-Franze in the TV series of the same name.

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