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Founded in 1807 as a small herb market, Viktualienmarkt has developed over the years into one of Munich's biggest markets with an exciting collection of fresh flowers, fruit, vegetables, meat, cheese, and fish. It has over 140 shops selling goods, as well as a selection of restaurants and a large beer garden. The products are known to be reasonably priced, and the entertainment includes a number of cultural events, including a popular summer festival, that takes place here regularly. Dine at the local eateries lining the streets, while you take in the local culture in this crowded market place.
A food market named after Empress Elizabeth of Austria, Elisabethmarkt has been serving Schwabing since 1931. Prior to that, it was located at Maffeianger, where it was established in the year 1880. Although the shift was necessitated by the planned construction of roads, the market has now found its permanent abode at Elisabethplatz. This daily market is the place to head to for food of any kind, right from poultry and vegetables to fruits, meat and delicatessen.
Munich's version of Rungis' mammoth wholesale market, Großmarkthalle is situated in the Sendling area of the city. In existence since 1912, this market hall is a favorite destination among retailers who flock here in droves in order to purchase food and flowers at great rates. Representatives from most of the city's restaurants can be seen here bright and early, purchasing their stock for the day.
Every Friday and Saturday, the Trabrennbahn München-Daglfing race course sees an influx of shoppers and tourists apart from the regular racing enthusiasts. This is thanks to the Antik-und Flohmarkt München Dagfling organized at this course every week. Buyers can purchase clothing, junk jewellery, antique collectibles, dolls, furniture, room adornments and more. Do visit this market, if only to browse through the collection on sale. For further information, contact the management at +49 8564 1665 or send them a fax at +49 8564 5154.
Find antiques, salvaged products, chinaware, accessories, utility articles, furniture and a lot more at Flohmarkt Riem, Munich's well-known flea market. Easily accessible, this market is stationed in the Rime district and is only a short walk away from the Messestadt train station. Held between 6a and 4p on pre-decided days, the market sees a throng of buyers and sellers. You can always get a good deal on several products if pull the right bargain. Keep a tab on the website to find out about the days of operation.