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Elisabethmarkt

A buzzy street market off the beaten track

Named for Austrian Empress Elisabeth, who was born in Munich, this permanent street market at the heart of the city’s fashionable Schwabing neighbourhood hosts a cosy collection of purveyors whose wares span fresh produce, spices, delicatessen and even homemade beer across some 3,000 square metres. A fantastic alternative to city centre market Viktualienmarkt, which is normally teeming with tourists.

 

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