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Every year, department stores offer great deals in the days leading up to Christmas. So bargain hunters, keep your eyes open for the best 'strasse' to go shopping!
Not only is Munich one of Germany’s most beautiful cities, it also has some of the most beautiful shopping streets. There is something here for everyone, from big-spenders to shoppers on a budget. But all are united, come the winter sales: Everyone is looking for the best bargains, and we’ll tell you where to find them.
The Reichenbachstrasse is a street lined with bookstores, clothing and furniture shops, in Munich’s hippest district, the Glockenbachviertel. Starting at the outdoor market known as Viktualienmarkt, this shopping street cuts across the Gärtnerplatz roundabout and ends at Fraunhoferstraße. If you’ve had enough of shopping, treat yourself to a bite to eat in one of the many cafés and restaurants here.
One of the most famous shopping streets in Germany, possibly the world, is Maximilianstrasse. So frequent are luxury limousines here, that this is probably the only street in the world where you’d see two Rolls Royces collide. You can find all the top luxury brands on this street, from Dior, Versace, Moncler to Fendi. Bargains here are hard to come by, as prices never drop too low, so most goods will remain unaffordable to the common mortal folk.
Located in the popular Schwabing district, Hohenzollernstrasse stretches from Nordbad to Leopoldstrasse and is always worth a visit. The small boutiques here offer anything your heart desires, and it would be wrong to leave this street with empty shopping bags. Comfortable shoes are recommended as this shopping street is approximately 1.5km long.
The Oberpollinger department store is located at the end of Neuhauser Straße, the city’s busiest shopping street. With over 34,000 square meters of retail space, it’s best to plan a whole day to explore all seven floors of this immense store.