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.
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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