Not only new objects, but also real vintage pots offered by junkmen and antique dealers.
Mariahilfplatz is reachable by public means of transport, such as tram 27 or bus 52. On Tuesday, children make purchases at a reduced price.
Grilled sausages, skewered fish, slices of meat loaf in rolls are available for the food-lovers amongst us.
For those with a sweeter taste, caramelised almonds and plenty of candy can satisfy your hunger.
The classic event of July, dating back to the beginning of the twentieth century, has been integrated with those of the end of May (Maidult) and mid-October (Kirchweihdult).
In those days, the Munich Tourist Office organizes a rich traditional market in Mariahilfplatz, on an area of about 20,000 square meters, close to the neo-Gothic church of Mariahilf.
A large space of the fair is dedicated solely to pots, ladles, lids and all kinds of pans.
Wir verraten, warum die Münchner so gerne auf der Dult einkaufen.
Dreimal im Jahr heißt es "Es ist Dult drunt in der Au! Straßenbahnlinie 18, Busse 52 und 62 sowie U1/2 (U-Bahn-Stationen Fraunhoferstraße oder Kolumbusplatz) Münchner Verkehrs- und Tarifverbund Gmb H (MVV): Tel.
Each of them runs for nine days and attracts around 100,000 visitors to its 300 stands. The name "Dult" is derived from an old German word meaning "religious observance".
Originally it took place before the front of a church during a religious celebration honouring a local saint. "Auer" refers to the location in Munich's borough "Au".