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How to do shopping in Munich

Munich doesn’t only invite for sightseeing, there is also a shopping paradise beside the beautiful sights. Far away from the usual clothing shops, regional and local designers, booksellers and restaurateurs invite you to an extensive shopping tour in Munich and make every shopping heart beat faster. Here we show you in which streets and quarters you have to shop when visiting Munich and their all around the TIMEHOUSE.


Not far from the TIMEHOUSE there is the Hohenzollernstraße with attractive shopping possibilities. Shops for daily needs such as hairdressing shops and drugstores or a city library can be found here. In addition to cafés and restaurants, there are also furnishing articles and beautiful fashion boutiques. Hohenzollernstraße offers just the right shop for every budget and impresses with its wide range of shopping offers.


Around the Gärtnerplatz in Munich every bargain hunter can find what he is looking for. In one of the many local stores or book shops there are all kinds of treasures to discover. The Gärtnerplatz is located in the heart of the Glockenbach district and can be easily reached by underground or S-Bahn. In addition to the beautiful landscaped roundabout, which invites you to take a shopping break with its splendid flowers, the quarter offers a lot to discover. Small boutiques invite you to coffee, Italian delicacies serve delicious lunches and sustainable ideas offer class instead of mass.

Sendlinger Straße

The Sendlinger Straße runs from Marienplatz to the Sendlinger Tor. A shopping and strolling paradise for tourists and locals. Recently, the state capital of Munich converted the street into a pedestrian zone and gave it a new splendour. From fashion shops, jewellers, shoe shops, furniture stores, restaurants and cafés you will find what your heart desires. Especially recommended is the Hofstatt, a small shopping centre in the middle of the city centre, with selected shops and sweet breathers.

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Food for body and soul

Most people know that delicious food is good for us. Not only for the body, but also for the soul. But where can you go for a casual lunch break or a chic dinner near the TIMEHOUSE? We have a few restaurant tips that will take care of those needs.


Casual and cosy

La Bohème

This casual but elegant restaurant has an international flair and a comfy living room style. It’s only a two-minute-walk from the TIMEHOUSE and awaits its guests with culinary variety. With middle range prices and a lunch menu, it is perfect for a lunch break.


Ristorante Cupido

Lovers of genuine Italian cuisine are in good hands at this small, cozy restaurant in the mid-price segment. The Ristorante Cupido enchants its guests with real Italian cuisine – homemade stone oven pizza, pasta as well as fine meat and fish dishes.



Modern, casual and trendy. With a Mexican style totem bar and international cuisine, the Katopazzo totally stands out. Cold and warm food bowls are particularly

Chic and elegant

L’Adresse 37

The modern French restaurant with an open kitchen brings Paris to Munich. Artfully prepared meals are served to the guests in an elegant and pleasant ambience. The delicacies of the Parisian chef Loïc Cantegrel are definitely worth the extra cost.


EssZimmer by Käfer

The club restaurant with its high-quality interior is located in the middle of the modern architecture of the BMW Welt in Munich. The two-star restaurant serves European gourmet cuisine and fantastic menus for the foodies among us. Make sure to take some extra cash – it’s a bit pricy.


Werneckhof by Geisel

 The Werneckhof is also awarded with two Michelin stars. Guests are welcomed in a beautiful Art Nouveau ambience. The small but fine restaurant serves creative, Japanese-inspired European gourmet cuisine and selected wines. Here, too, prices are in the higher range.



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Colourful variety in the Schwabinger Tor

The Schwabinger Tor – shops, restaurants, office, hotel and apartment, distributed in nine buildings on a 4.2 hectare area. The idea of sharing is what makes the Schwabinger Tor so special. We introduce you to the neighboring city quarter with all its advantages.

The city quarter

Where once the goods station Munich-Schwabing and later the leisure and shopping centre Schwabylon were located, you can now see the Schwabinger Tor in the immediate vicinity of the TIMEHOUSE. Today there are nine buildings on the large site, designed by various renowned architects. With its own station, the Schwabinger Tor is easy and quick to reach, but for TIMEHOUSE guests the walk only takes just five minutes into the colourful life with varied green spaces.

The versatile offer

The Schwabinger Tor offers a lot – from super modern apartments and offices, to a sports club and indoor-cycling studio, to restaurants and shopping facilities. The residents are also pleased to have their own car sharing fleet, which is waiting in the underground car park to be conveniently booked via an app. And speaking of which, the Schwabinger Tor has its own platform, which provides all offers and activities of the Schwabinger Tor. The guiding principle “sharing economy” runs through the entire city district. The Schwabinger Tor is not only a name for private persons – modern office space for around 50 companies is also located in the buildings.

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