My Guide Website?
Maximilian Street is one of Munich's three prestigious 19th century streets, starting at Max-Joseph-Platz and running southeastwards to the Isar river, ending at the Maximilianeum. This major through road, conceived and constructed by architect Friedrich Bürklein in 1851-53, is the link between the old town and the districts of Lehel and Haidhausen.
The impressive boulevard is known to be one of the most exclusive areas in Munich. Along Maximilian street you can find the Bavarian State Opera, and one of Munich´s most expensive hotels: The Kempinsky 'Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten'. Come and enjoy the flair of a street that has rendered Munich the nickname 'Italy's most northern city'. Along rows of classicist buildings you will find internationally renowned luxury shops as well as a haute couture boutiques and don´t be surprised to meet Munich`s celebrities when pursuing one of their favourite amusements: Shopping!
When spending your money on Maxiilian street, one thing can be guaranteed: No matter if you decide to purchase arts, cultural matters or culinaries, you will only get the very best.