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.
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.
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.
A food market named after Empress Elizabeth of Austria, Elisabethmarkt has been serving Schwabing since 1931. Prior to that, it was located at Maffeianger, where it was established in the year 1880. Although the shift was necessitated by the planned construction of roads, the market has now found its permanent abode at Elisabethplatz. This daily market is the place to head to for food of any kind, right from poultry and vegetables to fruits, meat and delicatessen.
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.
Located in Munich's most popular shopping district - the pedestrian zone between Marienplatz and Karlstor, the Galleria Kaufhof, though presenting a simple exterior, offers an unrivaled choice of goods. Spread over seven floors, this huge department store contains almost everything, ranging from clothes to consumer electronics and caters to one and all. There is also a wine, gourmet and confectionery section for all your food-related needs. For refreshments, head over to either of the two restaurants situated within the store, and enjoy Bavarian delicacies after a day of merry shopping.