I have never seen this many beautiful Vespas in one place. So many colours, different shapes and different ages (from the 50s to the 90s). Some are very rare and expensive. It felt like being Alice in Wonderland (the male version for sure).
For me as a Vespa driver, it’s good to know I have a garage in the neighborhood. If I need parts or instructions, the staff helps me. They are very friendly, uncomplicated and know everything about Vespas. I don’t like the expression “Nerds”, but in some way they are, but I prefer to call them Vespa-Robots (does it sound better?).
Vesbar has also a small bar inside with an old espresso maker. As far as I can remember it was a Gaggia. It’s always worth going there. So if you don’t have € 3.000 in your pocket for buying a Vespa from the 70ies, then order a coffee and dream of driving around on a warm summer night in Italy’s most northern city: Munich!
My conclusion: rent a Vespa not a Scooter and discover Munich!