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If you love art works and vintage objects, head over to Flohmarkt Freimann, which is a pure delight for collectors. This is a weekly market that is conducted from Thursdays to Saturdays at the Zenith Cultural Center. Exquisite works of art like sculptures, pottery and paintings, vintage mirrors, guitars and ancient gadgets can be found here. Scour through the stalls to find utility goods like bags, footwear and clothes.
Situated in the commercial area of Euroindustriepark, AntikPalast München is a dream come true for lovers of antique objects. This center, the largest such complex in Munich, is home to around 40 antique stores, giving you plenty of options from which to choose. You can drop by these stores to pick up anything from antique jewelry, clocks and toys to musical instruments, ceramics and paintings. The center's cafe, with its menu of light snacks, is a good place to take a break from all that shopping.
Hallhuber's discount outlet is located in a street which runs parallel to the Frankfurter Ring, and is thus slightly difficult to find. But it's still worth the trip here, as the outlet offers quality fashions (seconds and last season's collections) at discounts of up to 50%. Well-known brands like Armani, Chevignon, Joop and Virmani are represented, as are other brands of jeans, shirts, blazers and accessories.
This place is not your average shop. It sells wacky clothes for both sexes from the seventies and eighties, including flared cords, PVC suits and glitter shirts. There are also outlandish accessories like feather boas, studded belts and shoes which look like they ought to be in a museum rather than a second hand shop. Predictably, the shop blares out loud electronic music all day. The assistants themselves are walking proof that clothes like this are not just for browsing through, but can look good too.
This shop loves to change its image. It used to stock punk and new wave clothes, then came hip-hop and techno gear. Nowadays they just stock anything and everything in fashion. Whatever the trend, the clothing will be comfortable, glamorous and sexy. As you'd expect, cool labels like Stüssy and G-Star, Tommy Hilfiger and Vans, Dickies and Carhart are stocked. Despite its high prices, this place has always been extremely popular.
Every Friday and Saturday, the Trabrennbahn München-Daglfing race course sees an influx of shoppers and tourists apart from the regular racing enthusiasts. This is thanks to the Antik-und Flohmarkt München Dagfling organized at this course every week. Buyers can purchase clothing, junk jewellery, antique collectibles, dolls, furniture, room adornments and more. Do visit this market, if only to browse through the collection on sale. For further information, contact the management at +49 8564 1665 or send them a fax at +49 8564 5154.
A must visit for any lover of antiques, Galerie Christel Reuther promises to be a sheer delight. Mirrors, frames, furniture, sculptures, paintings and home adornments form part of their exquisite collection. Vintage and artistic works of varying prices are available here; you will definitely find something that will suit your taste and fit in your budget. Though the store opens its doors to the public only twice a week, you can also schedule an appointment and visit this place as per your convenience.
Lehmkuhl has been a byword for polite service and specialist knowledge since 1903. The stock includes fiction, picture books and children's literature. The atmosphere is always pleasant: being a small shop rather than a chain store, the emphasis is on personal service. Lehmkuhl also provides a courier service, book binding, a children's play area and also organizes readings by authors, notice of which can be found on the website or in the shop itself.
Started in 1967, Daisy of Jonas was one of the first few boutiques to have started. The store was reputed for its excellent clothes and accessories. Even today, the store continues to live up to its name of presenting its customers the finest in design and texture. Top of the line clothing adorns every rack and customers are pleased with what they see. A great place to stop by, Daisy of Jonas will not disappoint you.
Kunst und Spiel has a wide range of wooden and educational toys, as well as practical household accessories made from natural materials. There is wide range of kids clothing by brands like Sigikid and DIY. Most of the goods are available at reasonable prices, however some high-quality natural goods certainly have their price.
A must for lovers of all things ethnic, Africa And House sees itself as an ambassador for African culture in Germany. The fresh stock each month adds to the tasteful collection of home adornments, jewellery, furniture and handicrafts. The range of traditional tapestry and furnishing is still relatively small, but demand is growing steadily. Readings, concerts, exhibitions and other events are organized here.
Has the tour around the city burnt a hole in your pocket? Left you with barely any money for some extra shopping? Then Classic Outlet is your ideal destination. Nestled on Leopoldstrasse, this store offers a range of designer labels at discounted rates. Dolce & Gabbana, Daks, Burberry, Lacoste, Cavita, Ed Hardy, Cipriani and Guess are few of the many brands on offer. Classic Outlet is a great place to purchase an outfit by your favorite brand at budgeted rates.