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, fruits, vegetables, meat, cheese, and fish on offer. It has over hundreds of shops selling fresh produce, as well as a selection of restaurants and a large beer garden that brings in the local patrons every evening. 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 for local delicacies, 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.
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.
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.
'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.
A one-stop shop for designer wear, head to Marc O'Polo on Theatinerstrasse in Munich. Located inside the Fünf Höfe mall, this brand that has caught the attention of the city with its spectacular designs and fine collection. The outlet offers exquisite clothes created for both ladies and men. Jackets, T-shirts, shirts, trousers, blouses, and tops in vivid colors and new prints are on display here. The friendly and knowledgeable assistants will help you out with your sale.
Baby Ansorge is one stop shop for all the baby products you need. They have an extensive collection of cute baby clothes, bibs, car seats, milk bottles, accessories and much more. This store also undertakes orders and custom makes all baby tables, chairs, strollers, and other products. To know more, check out the website.