Munich is such a great shopping city. Along with many of the brands we all know and love (hi Zara and H&M), it also has its own German-grown stores which I feel like the UK are missing out on! If you’re ever here, be sure to visit these …

ButlersButlers is packed to the rafters with the loveliest homeware and interior details – and is very reasonably priced to boot. It’s honestly blog-prop-heaven! I really wish we had a Butlers back home.

Douglas. Douglas is a beauty-focused department store. I could spend hours in here (and I think collectively since coming to Munich, I may have). From high-street to high-end cosmetics (and their own range, too), perfumes, skin- and hair-care, it’s got something for everyone.

Galeria Kaufhof. Germany’s answer to the likes of House of Fraser and Debenhams, Galeria Kaufhof has a wonderful range of cosmetics, perfumes, leather goods, stationery and clothing, suitable for all budgets. It also has a grocery department with eateries throughout, and a wide selection of confectionery too!

Saturn. Like a bigger and better Curry’s, Saturn offers a huge range of technology, media and entertainment.

Tchibo. Tchibo is an interesting place. It’s a store and a coffee shop. I’ve only ever had a coffee there (and a very nice slice of cake, too) but they change their stock every week. From clothes, to homeware, to electronics, you never know what will be coming in next.