Munich Shopping

  • Viktualienmarkt
    by mvtouring
  • General Shopping Tips
    by GracesTrips
  • Christkindl Markt
    Christkindl Markt
    by mindcrime

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  • 1. Downtown Pedestrian Zone

    The CD department on the top floor of Ludwig Beck's department store is the best place I know of in Germany to buy opera and classical music CDs. This last time I was looking for a particular...

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  • 2. Viktualienmarkt

    We saw everything from toys to clothing to flowers to cheeses to bags with logos to honey gummy bears to wines to wursts to plants to plastic thingy things. It's got it all. I do suggest you have a...

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  • 3. General Shopping Tips

    I found in my hotel a very nice shopping map of Munich. It is called Shopping Less Ordinary and it gives some recommendations about nice Fashion stores in Munich. Many of them are in the upcoming...

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  • 4. Delikatessenhaus Dallmayr

    Most naturally, Munich is full with food shops. But there is one which is special and which I highly recommend be it to pick up some snack, to buy food or to find special foodie gifts for special...

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  • 5. Munich Airport Shops

    The duty-free shop was reasonably good in its selection of perfumes, alcohol and also European and German souvenirs such as beer, sausages, chocolate etc. Since it was a couple of weeks before Easter,...

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  • 6. Christkindlmarkt (Christmas Market)

    We travelled to Munich in early december so the Christmas Market was already set on Marienplatz. It’s called Christkindl Markt with numerous wooden booths/stalls everywhere around the square but also...

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  • 7. Souvenirs (General)

    You must stop in to any one of the stores that sells beer steins. Germany is known for their beer steins and coo-coo clocks. I have a whole collection of them from different parts of Germany. We used...

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  • 8. Hofbräuhaus Gift Shop

    If you're looking to get some souvenirs, a good place to buy a Hofbrauhaus t-shirt is NOT from the in-restaurant store itself. I managed to get a really nice Hofbrauhaus t-shirt from a souvenir shop...

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  • 9. Hongkong Market

    Sometimes is must be hard to be Chinese, Japanese or from another Asian Nation and always eat the same stuff in Germany. Too much fat, too little spices, no chicken feet, no Asian mushrooms, no tofu...

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  • 10. Olympia-Einkaufszentrum (OEZ)

    The Olympia Shopping Center is located in the Northwest of Munich close to the Olympic Stadium. It is Munich’s biggest mall and good for bad weather shopping. You can find everything here from...

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  • 11. Münchner Oktoberfest

    be prepared to find all kinds of steins to drink your beer... Good taste seems to be out of question sometimes though .... These steins with the tin-cover on top were originally ment in order to be...

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  • 12. IKEA

    Ikea is the largest furniture store chain in Europe. Originally coming from Sweden, IKEA has made it to the USA, Japan, China etc. A visit at Ikea can be a family event or nice day if it is rainy...

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  • 13. Lodenfrey

    Loden Frey is a really big shop with a large variety of traditional Bavarian costumes for ladies and men on several floors. Dirndl - this is the traditional costume for the ladies, you will see them...

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  • 14. Fünf Höfe

    Munich being a big city certainly has the advantage to provide more bookstores than the “cultural backwater” town where I live does. The biggest bookstore is Hugendubel with several locations...

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  • 15. Riem Arcaden

    The Riem Arcaden is an excellent shopping mall at Munich Messestadt, which is the business/exhibition centre district of Munich. By subway train, it takes about 20 minutes to get there from the city...

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  • 16. Bottega Veneta Munich

    well....I mentioned this already as "on the beaten path" ...but for those who really like his designs...here is where to find his store...just in front of Hotel "Vier Jahreszeiten" ..... well, I don´t...

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  • 17. Bauer & Hieber München

    This is one of several fine music stores in downtown Munich. They have a good selection of books, sheet music and instruments. Second photo (update): It's now called Bauer & Hieber, but otherwise...

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  • 18. Freywille

    A Viennese designer and purveyor of expensive hand made jewelry, Frey Wille is always a stop on our European trips. Little known in the US where it has only one store in California, sales outlets are...

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  • 19. Foto-Video-Sauter

    Photo Sauter is - in my opinion - Munich's best assorted store when it comes to photography. You name it, they have it. Be it equippment for slides, black and white film, frames, books on photography,...

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  • 20. Hofbräuhaus-Kunstmühle

    A wonderful little shop, it seems like being forgotten during a big tidy up, modernisation of the city. All they sell is flour, many different types. also corn and wheat and mixtures, rice,...

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  • 21. Schwabing

    Want to go on a jeep safari through the Sahara desert? Climb K-2 in the Himalaya? Explore the Amazonas in Brazil or just hike in the Alps? Därr has it all. It is one of Munich’s best assorted small...

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  • 22. Stierblut

    Real cool selection of the avantgarde in fashion. Real authentic people with an excellent taste and a non-conventionell atmosphere. A must for all victims.. Middle to upper scale, less than in other...

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  • 23. Auer Dult

    Not a shop but a collection of market stalls fairground rides kiosks that appears for 10 or so weekends per year at the Mariahilf church. You name it, from antiques to donuts, including things you...

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  • 24. Geobuch

    This is the best bookstore in town for travel enthusiasts. The Geo-Buchladen (Geo bookstore) is quite small but books are stores up to the ceiling and in some storage rooms outside the store. This...

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