Munich, Bavaria’s capital city, is known as one of the world’s best places to live. Fifty minutes away, the immaculately presented Ingolstadt...
Munich, Bavaria’s capital city, is known as one of the world’s best places to live. Fifty minutes away, the immaculately presented Ingolstadt Village, host to leading German and iconic internationally famous brands, has established itself as a fitting nearby addition to a city that enjoys an enviable international reputation.Reflecting the architecture reference points of textile mills and the late 19th century industrial heritage, Ingolstadt Village evokes a world away from the bustle of the city. These relaxing surroundings house over 110 outlet boutiques, showcasing a vibrant mix of contemporary and luxury brands with reductions of up to 60% on the former recommended retail price, all year round. Top German brands are well represented here, from the hard-edged glamour of lauded Munich designer Phillip Plein to respected names such as Schneiders, MCM, Hanro, Birkenstock and Strenesse. International collections include 7 For All Mankind, Desigual, Luisa Cerano, Escada, Gant, Bench, Wolford and kitchenware legend Le Creuset, as well as celebrated Italian designers 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, Napapijri, The North Face, Salomon and Helly Hansen. The Village’s restaurants and cafés include Stifl restaurant for hearty Bavarian cuisine and Kaimug offering healthy, authentic Thai dishes. The Ingolstadt Village Shopping Express runs to and from Munich. There’s also a free shuttle service from Ingolstadt’s main train station.