Maximilianstrasse in Munich - Luxury shopping
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Maximilian Street

Maximilianstrasse is one of the most important avenues in the Bavarian capital. It starts at the Max-Joseph-Platz and then runs in a southeasterly direction to the Old Town Square. This crossing leads to something and then widened to the banks of the Isar, in which it passes into a park. With the bridge, Maximilian finally crosses the Isar and ends before the Maximilianeum. 

In addition to the King Avenue in Düsseldorf, the Maximilianstrasse is now considered the most prestigious shopping street in Germany. All known, noble and fashionable brand labels from around the world are represented here - especially in fashion and jewelry and watches. Here are some examples of famous brand stores in Maximilianstrasse: Dolce and Gabbana, Versace, Dior, Jil Sander, Cloe, Valentino, Hugo Boss, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Omega Watches, Cartier and many more. Whose heart beats for designer clothes, who comes here to its full cost, provided the necessary cash. 

On the numbers 13 and 15 also in 2003, the Maximilianhöfe were opened. It is a shopping gallery, which contains only fine shops of famous designers and brands. 

Who goes shopping on Maximilianstrasse should, so bring enough cash. This is true not only for fashion, jewelry and watches, but also for mobile phones. Here is a flagship store of the precious mobile phone manufacturer Vertu, in which a mobile phone can already cost several thousand € 

Maximilianstrasse Munich
Maximilianstraße
80539 München

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