Weißwurst: a white veal and bacon sausage, dipped in sweet mustard and eaten as a midmorning snack
Bierwurst: smoked sausage flavored with black pepper, paprika, and mustard
Blutwurst: succulent blood sausage, usually served in slices
Munich Travel Tips
If you’re entering a packed restaurant or bar, feel free to grab those extra seats at an already occupied table. It’s customary in Germany for strangers to sit and share a table with other strangers. At first it may seem strange and a bit awkward but you will soon realize it’s perfectly comfortable.
Remember that most Münchners have been drinking beer practically since the day they were born. Try not to get into any chugging contests with the locals.
Munich’s museums are some of the best in the world, and big crowds are a symptom of that. Go as early as you can to miss the rush.