We visited the former Royal Bavarian Purveyors to the Court and did some shopping in the old town - from porcelain to perfume.
Second-hand, a local label, a traditional store and a hire service – we made our way through Munich's selection of traditional dress.
It's not just dirndls and lederhosen: We visited some traditional shops and young designers to explore their traditional accessories.
Second-hand designer fashion is not only easy on the wallet but also on the environment. We have the best addresses in Munich for shopping.
More and more sustainable fashion labels can be found in Munich. Good fabrics, local production and best of all: You can shop right away.
Oberpollinger, Ludwig Beck or Konen – anyone who wants to explore Munich's long-established department stores starts the shopping tour at Karlsplatz-Stachus or Marienplatz.
Explore Munich's elegant designer shops next to cafés, bars and restaurants in an extraordinary shopping ambience.
Finally opened again: Discover Munich's highlights from a very special perspective after just a few seconds in the lift!
Munichs official visitor cards at a glance.
Munich's districts through the eyes of Munich personalities: This time jewellery designer Saskia Diez shows us her Glockenbachviertel.
Is Munich’s fashion style different to that in the rest of Germany? A discussion about expensive handbags and the city's fashion consciousness.
The world-famous lamp designer Ingo Maurer was closely connected with Munich. Let us introduce his five most successful and stunningly beautiful lamps.
The fashion designer Rahmée Wetterich her sister run the "Noh Nee" label, tailoring clothes that combine both Bavarian and African influences.
There is no better place to relax and have fun than in Munich's green oases.