Who knew Munich had so many festivals without ‘Oktober’ in the name? Today we hit the modestly-sized Auer Dult, a festival and market which takes place three times per year at Mariahilfplatz, a big square in the neighborhood of Au. There were a couple of carnival rides and a whole lot of carnival food, and even a beer garden or two, but the main claim to fame of the Auer Dult is the large kitchenware market involved. A friend told us that it’s even the largest kitchenware market in Europe. Impressed now, aren’t you?
While nothing to plan a vacation around, the Auer Dult was a fun way to spend a sunny afternoon. Plus we picked up a new spatula for the low low price of two euros.
Today is the last day of the ‘Spring Dult’, but if you missed it this time around don’t worry – the Summer Dult is right around the corner at the end of July.