Beer and Food in Munich
By Viator, November 2013
Timing your visit for the annual Oktoberfest (held in late Sept/early Oct) is the most atmospheric way to discover Munich’s beer-brewing and sausage-eating heritage, when Munich’s historic brewers set up shop in the city’s Theresienwiese Park. If you can’t join the millions at Oktoberfest, a visit to the world famous Hofbrauhaus, Munich’s legendary 1,200-seat beer hall, comes a close second, where traditional cuisine is served to a soundtrack of live oompah bands and local beer is presented in 1-liter Masskrüge (traditional beer glasses). Alternatively, a beer and food tour of Munich will give you the inside scoop on where to sample the city’s best brews and tuck into the tastiest Weisswurst (veal sausage).
Still want to know more? Head to the celebrated Beer and Oktoberfest Museum, join a food walking tour and visit the 200-year-old Viktualienmarkt food market, or take a guided tour of the world renowned Paulaner Brewery, where you’ll get to peek behind the scenes before tucking into fresh beer and pretzels.
Tours & Tickets
Prost! Munich is the beer capital of the world. Home of the beer-halls, beer-gardens, beer-cellars and the legendary Oktoberfest. They've been brewing 'liquid ... Read more
Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
Passing by the beautifully illuminated monuments, fountains, and buildings of Munich, you will arrive at the Hofbrauhaus. At the world famous Hofbrauhaus you ... Read more
Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
Sightsee by bike in the morning and swig beer in the evening, on a Munich Super Saver tour that combines two best-selling experiences at a discounted price! ... Read more
Duration: 6 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
Whether you’re in Munich for Oktoberfest or just want to experience its famous beer scene, this behind-the-scenes beer tour will give you the inside scoop of ... Read more
Duration: 3 hours (approx.)