The famous cloth producer stocks a wide range of Bavarian wear and other top-end clothes. The Lederhosen and Dirndl outfits are a cut above the discount night-out versions and prices are accordingly high.
The largest camera and video shop in town.
Anyone with an admiration for top-quality design from Germany and further afield should make a beeline for this store. Last-a-lifetime household items compete for shelf space with retro toys, Bauhaus lamps and times…
This wacky toy store sells everything from penny candy to joke articles and wooden trains.
Female cool-hunters will be in seventh heaven (a translation of the boutique's name) when browsing the assortment of fashions and accessories by hip indie labels sold at surprisingly reasonable prices.
You'll find tons of English-language books, from secondhand novels to the latest bestsellers, at this excellent and long-established bookstore.
Get tooled up for the Alps at this sports megastore boasting seven shiny floors of equipment, including cycling, skiing, travel and camping paraphernalia.
Play urban archaeologist and sift through heaps of junk to unearth the odd treasure at Bavaria's largest flea market. It's located outside the city centre by the trade-fair grounds in Riem. Take the U2 to Messestadt…
Traditional and contemporary porcelain masterpieces by the royal manufacturer. Also in the Altstadt at Odeonsplatz 1.