Organic Luxury Spa offers patrons the chance to escape for a few hours from the chaos and stress of daily life, made especially exclusive by the use of organic products and treatments. With a choice of options from the usual Eyebrow shaping, Waxing, Manicures and Pedicure; the Spa also offers treatments like the Crystal Scrub, the Cleopatra Anti-Ageing Body Treatment and Julisis Gold Facial Treatment amongst others. Indulge your senses in a variety of luxury brands and treatments. Patrons can even buy their favorite products at the Spa. Especially interesting is the Beauty Fresh-Up treatment for a night out at the Opera at the National Theatre, just around the corner.
Fondato nel 1807 per essere un piccolo mercato delle erbe, il Viktualienmarkt si è sviluppato nel corso degli anni fino a diventare uno dei più grandi mercati di Monaco, con un'impressionante offerta di fiori freschi, frutta, verdura, carne, formaggio e pesce. Il mercato ha più di cento negozi che vendono prodotti freschi, oltre a una selezione di ristoranti e a una grande birreria all'aperto che ogni sera attira la gente del posto. I prodotti sono venduti a prezzi ragionevoli e l'intrattenimento include una serie di eventi culturali, tra cui un famoso festival estivo che si svolge qui regolarmente. Cenate nei ristoranti della zona che si affacciano sulle stradine per gustare le prelibatezze locali, mentre ammirate la cultura locale in questo vivace mercato.
Located in Munich's city center, LodenFrey is an outstanding department store and offers six floors of apparels for men, women, and children. This high fashion department store features top designers such as Armani, Valentino and Ralph Lauren. If you're in Munich for Oktoberfest, or just want a Bavarian costume as a souvenir, then be sure to stop here for the world famous loden outfits. The fourth floor is dedicated to the children's section.
Referred to as one of the four royal avenues of the city, the street is the brain child of Maximilian II, King of Bavaria. Construction of the street began in 1850. On a trip to Munich, a walk down this avenue of glitter and glamour is a must. Along the Maximilianstraße, you will find stores of some of the biggest names in fashion as well as the city's upscale cafes and eateries. Some of the designer labels you can find here include Chanel, Gucci and Versace.
Featuring a rustic facade, this market regales with a host of stalls, each of which entice with different Italian specialties. Eataly has turned into a household name, and its trade here lives up to its reputation by offering delightful products. These range from breads and pastas to sausages and savory snacks. Drop by to sample delicacies cooked to perfection or simply to peruse and admire.
Olympia-Einkaufszentrum is a shopping mall that features stores stocked with everything you could possibly require. One of the largest shopping centers in Munich, it is home to all kinds of stores, from Desigual and Vero Moda, to Levi's and Yves Rocher. If you want to find everything in one place, you could stop by department stores like Galeria Kaufhof.
Karl Pfefferle Werkstatt für Rahmen und Restaurierungen or Karl Pfefferle Workshop for Frames and Restoration is renowned for making the best frames in Southern Germany. The intricate designs and artistic workmanship have bordered many beautiful pictures, photographs and paintings. When at this place you can learn to make the frames or just watch skillful hands carve out interesting frames in front of you. Their impressive collection can be seen at the Galerie Karl Pfefferle.
This family-run jewelry store has been in business since 1903 and remains more popular than ever! All the pieces here are of the highest caliber and exemplify luxury at its finest. Concurrently, the jewelry stay true to the themes of modernity and magnificence with a perfect blend of severity and sensuality. Hemmerle was the go-to designer for the Royal Bavarian Court of Ludwig II, so be sure to stop by if you want to dress and feel (and spend) like royalty!
Kids are going to love it at Brauseschwein, a specialty toy store located in Neuhasen. The colorful outdoor beckons customers into a small boutique that is closer to a toy gallery than a showroom. From dolls, mechanical toys, soft toys, games, accessories, stationery and gifts, you will find everything that makes kids happy. Most of the toys are designed to aid healthy growth during early years; so it's fun and learning at the same time.
Situated in the heart of Maxvorstadt, La Belle Epoque offers unique collections of rarest collections in history that you will find. The store features lamps, antique furniture, clocks, mirrors and knick knacks that are absolutely worth having. Information on different countries and their history also attract many tourists and locals of the area. For a detailed information, visit the website.
If you are looking for some authentic antique collectibles that you would want to own, CZYGANOWSKI is absolutely the place to be at. The collection offered here consists of ceramics, glass, interior decor and arty home design items, paintings and lots more.
'Art is a way of life', is the motto upheld at Christina Haubs. This little store-gallery by the eponymous owner, specializes in antique objects that are exquisite pieces of art from the 1800s as well as mid-1900s. Beautiful decorative items, art works like paintings and sculptures, collectibles and furniture form part of their huge collection. The store is splendidly decorated in a 19th-century style to create a period ambiance. An ornate chandelier or vase from this store, will elegantly adorn your home.