We're not sure how to pronounce Viktualienmarkt. But that's no problem as long as you like food and enjoy a drink.
Munich isn't a huge city, so it's really not that hard to get there. The market is really near the centre of the city walls. It’s just a fun place to stay for few hours, have some food and drinks with lots of people around!
The farmer’s market that is really popular for gourmets has a bit of everything you can imagine. You will find cheese, fruits, flowers, good wine, sausages, traditional German food, non traditional German food and, of course, lots of beer.
We arrived there after a day walking around the historic old town then we had a kind of late lunch or early dinner and it was surprisingly really affordable since it’s very touristy.
We loved the ambience and the charming surroundings which made it easy to enjoy ourselves with brats, sauerkraut and a good beer. People in general seemed to be having lots of fun.
If we had more time in Munich, we would definitely return. Our schedule just didn't allow for it. On that note, we recommend that you visit this place !
I loved this place, I could be around for 3 days in a row !!! :-)))