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Where to stay near Viktualienmarkt

Exploring Viktualienmarkt

Munich’s most famous open-air market, Viktualienmarkt is a bustling bastion of trade and commerce, and has been so for numerous generations. The market is comprised of fresh fruit and vegetable stands, independent stalls and small shops which sell everything from used books to recently-made soups. Remember, the morning and evening rush hour periods see the market jammed with shoppers, so visiting during the midday hours is recommended.

Accommodations near Viktualienmarkt

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Munich is the Müller Inn Bed & Breakfast, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Pension am Jakobsplatz in Munich as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing near Viktualienmarkt

- Karlsplatz - Stachus

One of the more beautiful squares found in central Munich, Karlsplatz – Stachus welcomes thousands of locals and tourists each day. From the Karlstor gate on the square’s eastern side, to the Palace of Justice on the west, this spectacular meeting place is the ideal spot for an afternoon of people-watching or shopping. Tourists can walk from this square to Marientplatz via the pedestrian-friendly Neuhauser Strasse.

- Residenz

Munich’s opulent palaces invite exploration on chilly autumn days. Trace the 700-year Wittelsbach dynasty in the majestic Residenz Palace. A visit takes in the Antiquarium’s lavish frescoes, Bavarian insignia in the treasury and the Cuvilliés-Theater where Mozart’s Idomeneo premiered in 1781.

Transportation near Viktualienmarkt

Munich is a large city but it is still easily explored by walking or using the great excellent public transportation system. Visitors can use the same ticket to ride the U-Bahn (subway), S-Bahn (light-rail), trams and buses. The public transportation is extensive and can get you anywhere in the city.

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