Munich shopping varies from high-end shopping districts to open-air markets stocking giftwares, souvenirs and second-hand goods. You’ll find designer brands like Prada and Tiffany on Residenzstrasse, or shop in the many gorgeous boutiques of Maximilianstrasse. Browse Stachus Passagen, Europe’s largest underground shopping centre, or head to Schwabing for jewellery you’ll be able to treasure for years to come. Whatever you’re shopping for, you’ll find the right places to browse and buy.
There are a number of shopping districts in Munich to try, whether you’re searching for boutiques or you’re keen to see what Munich fashion has to offer. The city centre, Maximilianstrasse and Glockenbachviertel are hotspots to unearth fashion from new designers. Meanwhile, the bohemian district of Schwabing will delight with boutiques, jewellery stores, and vintage shops.
If a little holiday shopping is what your heart desires, Munich shopping centres will happily oblige. Visit Stachus Passagen for clothes, gifts, delicious foodie treats, and more. The Hofstatt, in the heart of Munich, is filled with fashion retailers, as well as many cafes and restaurants to satisfy any palate.
Visiting one of the Munich markets is a fantastic way to experience a little bit of everything. Viktualienmarkt, once a casual farmers’ market, has now become one of the most popular markets for food, including fresh vegetables and fruit, small goods, and wine. Munich Christmas markets, in Marienplatz, are a beautiful tradition that simply must be experienced if you’re travelling in Germany during December.