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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.