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, 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.
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.
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.
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!
Manufactum's marketing slogan is "Good Things Still Exist." Its first shop in Fünf Höfe along with a bread and butter shop has become quite popular amongst the locals. The range is the same as in the catalog, with a fascinating selection of original products. There are kitchen utensils, porcelain, knives, fabrics, bags, leather goods and much more. Their bread and butter shop offers a bistro service, oven fresh bread and other fresh items. Shoppers will love this place for the amount of products they store. Manufactum stresses on providing excellent service and good quality products to its clients and customers.
Non-residents will probably associate the name Dallmayr with coffee. Locals, however, think first of vol-au-vents, truffles, jam, confectionery and cold meats, and then of coffee. All these displays are enough to make anyone hungry, and the establishment offers you the perfect fix: the two Michelin star restaurant on the first floor, where there is some delicious contemporary fare to sample. If you want something lighter, you can always stop by the cafe-bistro for a coffee and light snacks. Operation hours for the restaurant, retail store and cafe vary.
Willy Bogner Junior is a multi-talented man - Olympic athlete from 1960 and 1964, actor in ski movies, such as Fire and Ice and Ski to the Max and stunt man in various James Bond films. Now, head of a major fashion line, his collections for men and women are fashionable yet functional, a mix of contemporary trends and timeless elegance. The quality-hungry shopper can choose from expensive ski gloves to even more expensive evening wear. Indulge the shopaholic in you!
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.