Munich's grain market, also known as the Victorian market, is the largest and most popular open-air market in the city. It sells all kinds of fresh food and small commodities, pickles, cheese, meat, fruits, vegetables and so on. At the same time, there are many snack shops here, you can taste authentic German delicious snacks.
The market is open, there is no special rules of architectural layout, the square on both sides of the narrow road is flexible in the layout of some houses, canopies and display shelves. Huge pieces of cheese are waiting to be cut, seafood is carefully processed by the chef and placed behind the kitchen window for viewing. Flowers and plants are neatly planted outside the florist shop. Unknown vegetables have made me stop and study for a long time! __________
It's only a few minutes from Maria Square. It's not very big. It's open-air. Handicrafts, flowers, meat and bread. I especially like this group of fairies that can be planted in the yard. There are also some fast food restaurants, full of people at noon, in front of a large bunch of beer, really Germany. There are several fountains in the small market. Many people drink directly from the fountains, which is very characteristic.
At this time, I found that I seemed to enter a vegetable market, surrounded by stalls selling food and vegetables and fruits, which is my paradise, so I decided to play with myself no matter how many. It was the weekend, and the citizens were drinking beer and eating delicious food in the market. Unfortunately, I can't speak German at all, and I can't buy and taste delicious food. A very interesting device, and this particular device, let me check the information later, to determine that I inadvertently broke into Munich's most famous grain market. Munich's grain market (Viktualienmarkt), located in the city's most central location, has a history of more than 200 years since May 2, 1807. It is absolutely amazing that a city can have a lively and fragrant market with a history of more than 200 years. And this device, called "May Column", is the landmark of the grain market. It is said that in Germany, it is the symbol of the handicraft workers. The blue and white Bavarian stripes are very striking.
The grain market is one of the activities of Munich Beer Festival. It's the best interactive occasion. The hall was filled with temporary seats, wine and food. There are beautiful girls in full dress. Outside is where everyone laughs and takes pictures. The festival atmosphere is strong.
There are many kinds of commodities in the market, such as fruits, cheese, ham, wine, raw pulp and so on. The quality is very good. There are many delicious foods in fast food restaurants. The price is a little expensive, but considering the excellent quality, it is also worth the money. After visiting the old city, it's good to have lunch here, buy some fruit and wine and enjoy them slowly on the way. According to my experience, at least the fruit quality in big supermarkets such as Switzerland and Paris is far worse than here.
Viktualienmark, Munich, Germany Munich Grain Market, located in downtown Munich, adjacent to the Church of Old Peter. Tracing back to its history, as early as the early nineteenth century, the farmer's market of Marion Center Square in Munich was its predecessor, but because of the small size of the farmer's market at that time, it was ordered by the King to expand its area, and gradually developed to cover more than 20,000 square meters, with nearly 150 shops and stalls.
On the way to the city, I don't forget to walk around the grain market. Located in downtown Munich, it sells the freshest fruits, vegetables, cheese, meat, fish and so on every day. This is a busy beer Square in summer, where local people will join tourists to enjoy delicious wine and food.
The Viktualienmarkt is located in the south of Maria Square. The history of the grain market has a long history. At the beginning of the nineteenth century, Maria Square was originally used as a farmer's market. Because of its small size, the king of that time ordered the expansion of the market area. The nearest area was opened up into a new farmer's market, so there was the embryonic form of the grain market. Slowly developed into a large open-air market covering more than 20,000 square meters, 140 stalls and shops, selling flowers, fruits, vegetables, spices, cheese, and eating and resting. The grain market is marked by a delicate May Day style decorated with blue and white striped flags representing Bavaria. The patterns on it show what goods and services are available in the market. No sooner had I entered the market than I saw a vacant lot full of people eating. There are several restaurants around here that offer catering. Everyone buys food and finds a place in the middle. Dazha's beer is only 7 Euros. There are a lot of commodities in the market, such as flowers, crafts, vegetables, food and so on.