I wanted to experience the most marketable life in Munich, and after walking around Marienplatz, I walked directly to the grain market. Seeing the bell tower of the sacred church from a distance, I knew that the grain market was here. But my heart is faintly uncomfortable, this is too deserted ~ sadly discovered that we chose to come here on Sunday, and Sunday is the rest day of the grain market! The usual lively food and fruit stalls are gone, so I can only look through the window with regret.
This is a huge open-air market in Munich, Germany. The environment here is also very good. You can see a lot of local goods, and there are also some places where locals trade goods. [Scenery] The environment here can also be [Interesting] There are many things to choose from
The market is open, and there is no special architectural layout. The squares on both sides of the narrow road are flexibly arranged with houses, tents and display stands. Large chunks of cheese are waiting to be cut, seafood is processed by the meticulous chef and placed behind the kitchen window to be watched. There are a lot of colorful flowers and plants outside the flower shop neatly, and the unknown vegetables have made me stop and study for a long time!