089 23338500     10 Sep 2018
The Elizabethmarkt was founded in 1880 and named after the beautiful Bavarian princess who later became the Empress of Austria. The famous Schwabinger market is made up of permanent pavilions, some of which have been around since the 19th century, like the famous ‘milk hut’ which sold milk to ‘keep the poison of the people (read: alcohol) in check’. Ironically, the milk hut is now a beer garden. The market’s wide range of products include, cheese, meat, fowl, wine and homemade beer.

Tram stop




OpenĀ 10:00-18:00, SatĀ 10:00-15:00. Closed Sun.


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