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“Window Shopping at its best”
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Ingolstadt Village
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Ingolstadt Village Shopping Day Trip from Munich
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Owner description: Fifty minutes from Munich, Ingolstadt Village hosts over more than 110 outlet boutiques, showcasing a vibrant mix of luxury brands with reductions of up to 60% on the former recommended retail price. Reflecting the architecture of textile mills and the Germany’s late- 19th nineteenth century industrial heritage, Ingolstadt Village evokes a world away from the bustle of the city. Top German brands are well represented, from Wolford to Phillip Plein, to Schneiders and, MCM, Hanro, Birkenstock and Strenesse. International collections include 7 7 For All Mankind, Escada, Hackett, L’´Occitane en Provence, For All Mankind, Desigual, Escada, Gant, Wolford and Le Creuset, as well as celebrated Italian designers brands Baldessarini, Bally, Boggi Milano, Versace, Valentino, La Perla, Furla and Trussardi. Given its proximity to the Austrian and Swiss borders and the Alps, Ingolstadt Village also has a selection of specialist ski and performance wear brands, including Bogner Outlet, Napapijri, The North Face, Salomon and Helly Hansen. The Village’s eateries dining options include Stifl, which servesing hearty Bavarian cuisine and Kaimug offering healthy, authentic Thai dishes. The Ingolstadt Village Shopping Express® runs to and from Munich, and a. There’s also a free shuttle service operates from Ingolstadt’s main train station.
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“Window Shopping at its best”
Reviewed April 9, 2012

We arrived in Igolstadt at around 7pm so the shops were closed (many close at around 6 or 6:30) but it did not matter to us. We were waking around in circles for ages really enjoying ourselves. It was a little bit chilly so we did not have any of that wonderful Icecream from that parlor we passed a few times. It might be easy to loose directions :-)
On sundays all shops (except shops at gas stations which sell almost anything but in limited variation and with a higher price of course) in Germany (at least Bavaria) and Austria are closed. This is not annoying.

Visited March 2012
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“Nice place, nice prices, lot of boutiques”
Reviewed January 13, 2010

It is just like it is called: A village! The distance is 80 khm North of Munich. I don't remember the exact way to drive there, but we found it very easily, due to the many and good positioned labels, on the road. Big parking, outside. Please note, that it is completely seperate from the town of Ingolstadt, just at it's surroundings.
Over 70 brands, in seperate buildings-shops that they all are one next to the other. You enter the "village" which has a circle shape and a big fence around, so it's protected (at night). In the entrance, there is a very helpful tourist info office, where you can get maps, instuctions and leaflets for several activities, organized and running within the Ingolstadt area. Very helpful, is their website, where you can find all special sales running and a full lists of brands.
We spent more than three hours in it, finding many items (clothes, jeans and shoes) in really nice prices, reduced importantly from the initial prices. And all merchzandise was quite "fresh", just previous season, not rubbish of previous decade!
There are a couple of cafes so you can rest and have a beverage/snack.

Generally, if you are interested for shopping, I totally recommended as it is a nice trip from Munich, anda good change to visit Ingolstadt as town (and Audi factory) or Regensburg which is a little further

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