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Three stops to enjoy Munich’s city centre, shopping experiences for your look and your soul… with a coffee in the middle.
The Neuhauser and Kaufinger Straße in the center of Munich are a couple of the most frequented streets in Germany. They connect Marienplatz and Stachus, also called Karlsplatz. The Karlsplatz and Marienplatz are separated by 750 meters in length of great shopping opportunities. This route can be completed in 10 minutes or 2 hours. Depending on how often you get stuck. Every 10 Meters there is something new to discover. A shoe store here, a café there; hidden gems are mostly to be found in the small side streets. But keep your eyes open, something big is waiting for you.
Shopping deluxe has a name: Oberpollinger. It is the first address for the shopping experience of a special kind and belongs to the Munich institution, which is an integral part of the cityscape. You should plan one day to explore the entire department store. Located next to the beautiful Karlsplatz, it offers visitors seven shopping floors and 35,000 square meters of shopping space – from fashion, to beauty, to home accessories and furniture. The department store is representative for the capital of Bavaria, because it combines both Bavarian lifestyle and luxury under one roof. Many bars, cafes, and restaurants attract the gourmet foodies with a rich variety of delicacies. Bon Appetit!
The Kunsthalle of the Hypo-Kulturstiftung (Kunsthalle München) is the most important and well-known institution of the Hypo-Kulturstiftung. The foundation was founded in 1983 by the former Mortgage and Exchange Bank on the occasion of the 150-year company anniversary. Two years later, on 14 June 1985, the Kunsthalle opened its doors to the public. Located in the heart of Munich’s city centre, between Marienplatz and Odeonsplatz, the Kunsthalle organizes three exhibitions each year and has gained an international reputation. In 2001, the Kunsthalle moved into its present premises in the “Fünf Höfe” area, designed and realized by the renowned Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron.
Just making good coffee was the simple and convincing concept. But Kaffeerösterei was looking for a suitable location. In 1997, a small stand on the edge of the Viktualienmarkt was free and the application successful, that’s when the project “Espresso at the Viktualienmarkt” started. Finally, in 2014, the first coffee roaster on Viktualienmarkt could be realized. The owner made his dream come true. They offer some of the best coffee in town and, in my opinion, the best Espresso ever had in Munich. If you like sweets, try out homemade Fiorentina (typical Italian pastry).
Shopping de Luxe in the heart of Munich.
Whether painting, sculpture, graphics, photography, craftsmanship or design, arts and cultures all over the world find their splendid appearance.
Modern coffee roaster at the oldest market area of Munich.