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Schrannenhalle in Munich

Schrannenhalle in Munich invites for shopping, strolling and taking a rest.

In 2011, the sleeping beauty Schrannenhalle, or just “Schranne as the Munich locals call it, woke up from her 100-year-sleep and opened its gates to the public once again. Ever since, the hall in the heart of the city has been complementing the offer of the Viktualienmarkt and inviting residents, tourists and incomers for shopping, strolling and taking a rest.


Schrannenhalle in Munich leaves nothing to be desired
A sudden rain splash or an unexpected storm is not able to ruin your market stroll in Munich. As the name already implies, Schrannenhalle is a hall in the city centre and, with its wide range of products, it offers exactly those things you would hope to find on a market – and even more than that.


Wine and dine, have a taste and take some delicacies home


From pastry to fruit and vegetables, meat, fish, cold meat and cheese, and even to homemade pasta and flowers - Schrannenhalle offers everything that makes Munich locals happy every day. There are around 30 market stalls on the basement floor that form a true delicacies mile which doesn’t only invite people to shop but also to take a rest. Enjoy a glass of champagne at the booth of Champagne & More, a quick cappuccino at the espresso bar or a fine chocolate candy at Confiserie Amai. All of these little things will sweeten your shopping day – no matter how long it is - and give you energy for another round.


The focus is on the products at Schrannenhalle


If you stroll through the exclusive Tantris store, the Steierladen or other market stalls - that are all kept in uniform, warm wood tones - you will quickly notice where the main focus of attention at Schrannenhalle lies: on the high-class products. Those are put in the spotlight by the interior predominantly made of natural materials like oak, steel and hurdling in a discreet but also very effective way.


There are cultural delicacies as well


Besides numerous delicacies from the Alps and other exclusive food, Schrannenhalle also offers many things for culture vultures. As the market hall hides many cultural treasures, the operators try to pick them up and develop them further. The culture concept of Schranne therefore contains a lot of formats that are meant to put together pleasure and music, as well as pleasure and literature.


On the internet: www.schrannenhalle.de


Opening times: Mo to Sa 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.