There are few other cities where urbanity is so successfully and naturally combined with the rural as in Frankfurt. Modernity meets history. At almost every corner. And there are few other streets that so unmistakably stand for the development of the urban landscape as the world-famous shopping street in Frankfurt’s city centre – the Zeil.
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Hardly a visitor leaves Munich without being strolled through the pedestrian zone of Neuhauser and Kaufingerstrasse at least once – not least because here you can find famous sights such as the Frauenkirche and the Munich City Hall. All major brands from Saturn to H&M and Svarovski are based here, in addition to souvenir stalls, street musicians and young artists who accompany you on this relaxed shopping stroll from Stachus to Marienplatz.
Souvenirs are a tricky thing: The mandatory shot glasses, cups, key holders and postcards are often not only very tacky but most of the time just end up in a dusty corner of your apartment. Souvenirs Frankfurt has a totally different approach: What began as a pop up store on the high street is now a store in famous Zeilgalerie and offers cool and stylish gifts that are in the same time very typical for the city.
Leaving the MEININGER Hotel Berlin Prenzlauer Berg to the left and head down the road that seems to lead nowhere and you will reach the Winsviertel that has yet remained somewhat untouched by tourists and this is why we highly recommend it. Here SOEUR is hiding – and it’s a real gem. The vintage store is a great find for fans of eccentric pieces. Even designer fashion is sold here for reasonably prices. Take your time and discover clothes that you won’t find in any other vintage store in Berlin.
Often art pieces in galleries are nice to look at but for anyone on a budget simply not affordable. Luma is the kind of gallery that offers unique art from low to high prices. And the gallery’s director will gladly walk you through it.