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At the heart of Munich's gay and lesbian scene, the stores in Glockenbachviertel offers chic clothing and eclectic goods from a younger breed of designers. The biggest street in the area is Hans-Sachs-Straße where you'll find fun stores like "Artefakt" which employs designers to dye and paint their own fabrics to make incredibly exclusive and awesome clothes. This trendy neighborhood is absolutely packed with hip clothing, shoes, gorgeous jewelry, popular cafes and nightlife, and attracts young people from all backgrounds.

Shop for: Fun clothes

Cafe Stop: Café SAXS

Get here: City bus to Glockenbachviertel

Written by  Mary Kate Alfieri.

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