Shopping Eldorado

Open 365 days a year

Internationally recognized brands

At Munich Airport, a new dimension of shopping awaits passengers 365 days a year. At Germany´s second-largest airport, passengers and shopping enthusiasts will find an extensive variety of wares from duty free articles, electronics, fashion and accessories to trendy gift items. A mixture of local, national and international brands are available in more than 150 shops. Stores are located in both the public and non-public areas of the airport.

Such as Hugo Boss, Marc O´Polo, Max Mara, MacCain, More & More, OLYMP and René Lezard, are creating a unique blend of international flair and local colour. Alongside the well-stocked Travel Value and Duty Free shops, elegant shops replete with splendid luxury and designer brands – from Bvlgari and Montblanc to Hermès and GUCCI – present an unparalleled shopping experience.

Despite the strict regulations on shopping hours in Germany, which keep retailers' doors shut in the evenings and all day Sunday, the shops at Munich Airport are open seven days a week from 7:30 am to 9:00 pm. And the supermarket is open even from 5:30 am until midnight. At Munich Airport shoppers will find downtown prices which make shopping even more attractive – for transit passengers as well as local visitors.

Why do shopping divas find Munich Airport sensational?

They can choose between Burberry, Cartier, Rolex, Ralph Lauren, Bottega Veneta, Ferragamo, Aigner, Ermenegildo Zegna, Victoria's Secret, Emporio Armani, Etro, Versace and many more. A beautiful handbag and sunglasses are quickly found at Picard, BREE or LOOK. Shoppers can find bargains from well-known make-up brands like Bobbi Brown, Jo Malone, MAC or Kiehl's. They can locate the perfect perfume at the Duty-Free shop and find the most beautiful shoes at Navyboot or Shoeport.

New Stores

PORSCHE DESIGN opened a 78 square meter store in Terminal 2, where customers will find, among other items, high-quality leather goods, accessories, luggage, writing utensils, watches, active sportswear and shoes.

Opening of the new Ferragamo shop in Terminal 2 means conversion of Level 05 into a "small Maximilianstraße", the Munich boulevard renowned for chic establishments, has been completed for the time being: The 58 square meter boutique now joins luxury brands such as Gucci, Bottega Veneta, Rolex, Versace and Ermenegildo Zegna and rounds off the select shopping street for passengers with money to spend.

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Corinna Born

Corinna Born

Director International Media Relations