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For more than 60 years Indra Trachtenmoden has been delighting locals and especially tourists with their collection of traditional German outfits. Women can choose a colorful drindl, the original dress for women, with puff sleeves and an apron wrapped around their waist. Lederhosen (leather breeches) and tyrolean hats are available for men. If you are in a dilemma, let the amicable sales people guide you with your selection.
The best way to remember a trip or a place is looking at the souvenirs that you had gotten from there. It takes you through a nostalgic trip and makes those memories come alive as if it just happened today. No trip to Munich will be complete without its souvenirs and Bavarian dressed bears, dolls, beersteins and much more. And the best place to buy is the Orlandostraße and other streets around the Hofbräuhaus, one of Munich's oldest beer halls. You will find a line of shops selling local or traditional products along with souvenir items like flags, picture postcards, music boxes etc.
Rosenthal has been gracing the tables and homes of people across the globe for over a century now. The brand has its own products, and also has those from several other brands like Versace and Hutschenreuther. Items for sale include cutlery, plates, vases and candleholders. Their stuff is definitely highly priced, but also know that to shop here is not to buy any ordinary item, but to buy a piece of art in itself!
In business since 1557, this boutique has sustained through the centuries because of its notorious traditional souvenirs. The shop holds a variety of Bavarian products such as beer steins, carved angels, and figurines. Most notably, there are numerous crafts made from pewter - a metal that was extremely popular at the shop's opening because of its ability to be formed into baroque forms. Stop by to buy a souvenir from Munich's rich past!
Founded in 1807 as a small herb market, Viktualienmarkt has developed over the years into one of Munich's biggest markets with an exciting collection of fresh flowers, fruit, vegetables, meat, cheese, and fish. It has over 140 shops selling goods, as well as a selection of restaurants and a large beer garden. The products are known to be reasonably priced, and the entertainment includes a number of cultural events, including a popular summer festival, that takes place here regularly. Dine at the local eateries lining the streets, while you take in the local culture in this crowded market place.
Founded in 1926, this shop specializes in all types of souvenirs and memorabilia related to the Bavarian metropolis. They have a good stock of the sorts of products tourists absolutely love to cherish and treasure, such as hand-painted figurines, pretty music boxes, quaint cuckoo clocks and plenty of exotic beer tankards and glass ornaments. Most products are of high quality, and the staff are friendly, and speak very good English.
Nestled in the nerve center of the city, Herrmann Geschenke has been delighting its customers with their traditional wares for more than 50 years. The store offers a variety of products, ranging from nutcrackers, cuckoo clocks, porcelain figurines, Erzgebirge Christmas pyramids and wooden figures called Smokers. Beer canisters made of glass, clay or porcelain, make for wonderful gift items for friends and family back home.
Complete your visit to Munich by picking out souvenirs and keepsakes at Servus Heimat. This shop sells stationery items like pens and papers along-with clocks, wood carvings, cookie cutters and bottle of spirit. The gift items suit all groups from babies to adults so that one can have bags full of goodies for everyone at home. Drop by to browse through the collection.
Only in Germany will you find original beer steins, and to get your hands on these ornate mugs come down to Ludwig Mory in Munich. They have been in business since the 1830s and continue to manufacture and sell handmade pewter steins, casseroles, trays and ceramic ware. These Bavarian pieces of art are a must have for every art collector, enthusiast or beer snob.