Shopping and entertainment close by Munich airport

International names and designer fashion can be found next to typical bavarian gifts and clothing such as Lederhosen and Dirndl. Discover a truely diverse shopping scene! Bavaria’s towns and cities offer a truly individual and unique shopping experience. Contemporary architecture and history teamed with inimitable Bavarian traditions make parting with your money an absolute pleasure! Fashion, design, culinary delicacies, regional produce, crafts and artefacts are all popular purchases for visitors to the state.
You will find advices for several guided tours through the hearts of the cities or to interesting places.

  • Fünf Höfe Munich (approx. 25 miles/40 km)
    The spacious Fünf Höfe shopping centre stretches from Marienplatz to Odeonsplatz and is bordered by Theatinerstrasse, Maffeistrasse, Kardinal-Faulhaberstrasse and Salvatorstraße. Stroll through the arcades and courtyards and enjoy the 21st century way to discover the historic city centre of Munich. The Fünf Höfe comprises some 14,000 m2 of space housing 54 retail premises and some 2,500 m2 of catering outlets comprising eight cafés and restaurants. The Hypo-Kulturstiftung art gallery is one of Munich city centre’s leading cultural attractions.
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  • Maximilianstraße Munich (approx.  25 miles/40 km)
    One of the representative boulevards planned by King Ludwig I, Maximilianstraße is one of the most exclusive areas in Munich. Sauntering between the Bavarian Parliament, Maximilianeum, and the Nationaltheater, the Bavarian State Opera, you can enjoy the flair of one of the boulevards that have rendered Munich the nickname "Italy's most northern city". Along rows of classicist buildings you will find internationally renowned luxury shops as well as a haute-couture phenomenon "Mooshammer", which can only be found in Munich.
    More information about the shops along Maximilianstraße (German only)
  • Olympia-Einkaufszentrum - Bavaria's largest shopping centre (approx.  24 miles/38 km)
    Everything was ready just in time for the 1972 Olympic Games. It was then that the Olympia Einkaufszentrum, called OEZ for short, opened its doors and presented what at that time was a completely new type of shopping. In the course of the decades Bavaria's largest shopping centre has been expanded even further and modernised. An innovative world of shopping established itself as an attraction for the region.
    The OEZ presents itself on two light-flooded levels as a multi-faceted shopping landscape. Department stores, 135 trendy shops, large clothing businesses as well as many attractive cafés and restaurants under the impressive glass roof turn a stroll through the centre into a relaxed shopping experience.
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  • Ingolstadt Village Outlet Center (approx. 45 miles/72 km)
    The Ingolstadt Village Designer Outlet is not far from Munich. The architecture of Germany’s very latest Chic Outlet Shopping® attraction reflects not only the decorative art nouveau style but also the more traditional industrial designs of the early 20th century. Amidst this elegant setting design and fashion brand names from both Germany and the international market can showcase their  wares in exquisite boutiques.
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  • City Tours
    The Tourist Offices of our recommended cities offer different sightseeing tours on foot, by bus, by bike or taxi. In Munich for example you can choose from 25 languages.

    Munich (approx. 25 miles/40 km)
    Guided city tours in Munich

    Freising (approx. 8 miles/12 km)
    Guided city tours in Freising

    Dachau (approx. 21 miles/33 km)
    Guided city tours in Dachau

    Ingolstadt (approx. 43 miles/70 km)
    Guided tours in Ingolstadt
  • Bavaria Filmtours (approx. 34 miles/55 km)
    For a great day out with your children visit the Bavaria Film Studios, where "Das Boot" was shot as well as many successful German films and TV series. The stunt show with its special effects is exciting entertainment for the whole family, children can have a ride on the dragon "Fuchur" from the "Neverending Story", while parents might be more interested in a walk around in the submarine of "Das Boot". Guided tours take about 90 minutes, and since you'll be walking inside the studios as well as outside, you should bring comfortable shoes and, should the weather demand it, wateproofs. Of course everything is accessible for weelchairs too, and dogs on a leash are welcome as well.
    More information about Bavaria Filmtours
  • Allianz Arena Tours (approx. 19 miles/30 km)
    Located in the north of Munich, the futuristically designed football stadium is the new home to Munich's two Bundesliga clubs, TSV 1860 München and FC Bayern München.
    English-language tours take place daily at 1 p.m., except on match days or days featuring an event. Individuals may join an Arena tour without prior reservation.
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