Munich - Shopping
München Tourismus, Foto Christian Kasper

Alter Hof / Platzl

Dallmayr’s, also well known through the television commercials advertising its coffee, is situated immediately behind the New Town Hall, from where it tempts shoppers to buy its delicacies. It’s worth discovering the adjacent areas "Alter Hof" and "Platzl" with shops for jewellery, clocks and watches, delicatessen, kitchen utensils, furniture and clothing, a vinotheque, the Hofbräuhaus and the Infopoint of the Museums and Palaces in Bavaria, which also offers attractive and unusual souvenirs.
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Viktualienmarkt / victuals market

The Victuals Market, only a few steps from the Marienplatz, displays its fruit, vegetables, herbs, bread, cheese, wine and many other tasty titbits from all over the world, extending an invitation to enjoy its wares with all the senses. Beer gardens, cafés and flowers in a blaze of colour do their best to beguile the visitor. Next to the Viktuals Market there is the “Schrannenhalle”. It was built under King Maximilian I and was originally a market hall where grains were sold. In 1932 it burned down but was rebuilt with the original wrought-iron frames and reopened in September 2005.
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Sendlinger Straße / im Tal

The streets around the Victuals Market, a few corners further on along the Sendlinger Strasse and the street called the Tal in the direction of the River Isar, are full of a wide range of shops offering antiques, junk and jewellery, fashion, furniture and home accessories, leather goods, cigars and cigarettes, clocks and watches, fancy chocolates and much more besides. It’s worth making a detour to visit the streets and lanes north of the Tal in the direction of the Hofbräuhaus. Souvenir hunters, music lovers and football fans feel very much at home here.
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Turning back across the Marienplatz, you come to the high-class shops in the Theatinerstrasse. In delightful passages, arcades and courtyards you will find tasteful boutiques. The latest destination for the lovers of select consumer worlds: the “Fünf Höfe”, five courtyards between Theatinerstrasse and Maffeistrasse, which are also impressive for their prize-winning architecture. Besides fine shops, cafés and offices, here you will also come across the newly-designed premises of the Hypobank Cultural Foundation, an art gallery famous for its spectacular exhibitions.
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