Frequented daily by locals and tourists alike, the Elisabethmarkt, named after the Austrian Empress of Bavaria, is not only a wonderful place to shop but also a historic marketplace that has been around since 1880. The original market was located in Maffeianger, but is 1903 it was relocated to Elisabethplatz, which is located in the heart of Schwabing. During WWII the market was heavily bombed but managed to stay open throughout the war and was later rebuilt and repaired. Today, anyone can stroll through the market and shop for fresh meats, cheeses, produce and more, all while enjoying the rich history that the market has to offer.
Welcome to Munich’s oldest church. Known affectionately among locals as ‘Old Peter’ this house of worsh... Read more