Sleepless in Metzingen, Germany

Before I enter Max Mara (my fave) i took a picture first

This shop full with Executive Stuff


September, 13, 2010

METZINGEN : 30 KM south of Stutgart

There are comprehensive and attractive cooperation packages with hotels, airlines and travel organisers, as well as promotional campaigns and top-level events that are jointly organised by retailers, outlet operators and catering establishments. So the fun does not just start in the shops and end at the tills. Strolling through the picturesque wine city, in which urbane architucture meets traditional buildings and piazzas is a real experience, as is indicated by the high demand for city tours from Japan and China.

And of course the consumer attractions can not be avoided, be it a question of souvenirs from the local Enzian soap factory through to the mother of all flagship outlets at this, the home of Hugo Boss. In between the labels that do not just attract fashion addicts from the Far East. These attractions include : Adidas, Bally, Bogner, Burberry, Diesel, Dyrberg, Escada, Esprit, Golfino, Hugo Boss of course, Joop, Lacoste, Levi Strauss, Marc O’Polo, Miss Sixty/Energie, Move, Nike, Pepe Jeans London, Petit Bateau, Pierre Cardin, Puma and WMF, with its unparalleled a two-floor dedicated store. Brands like Schiesser, Sigikid, s.Oliver, Strellson, Strenesse, Swatch, Tommy Hilfiger, with their largest shop any where, Windsor, Wolford and brand-new additions like outdoor specialists O’Neill, Quicksilver, and Oakley, Swarovski, Fossil, Max Mara (it’s my fave), Calvin Klein Jeans, Calvin Klein Underwear, Milka, Peak Performance from Sweden, as well as Otto Kern and Timberland.

No surprise then, that on many days it is as lively in front of the changing cubicles and outside the stores as in the alleys of Rothenburg or at the Munich Oktoberfest. The only difference is that in Metzingen, the Oktoberfest mood lasts throughout the year.


Not only that but….

Metzingen has much more to offer visitors than just outlet stores. The historical town’s welcoming atmosphere is probably largely down to its long history of wine making. Appropriately, the town’s seven wine presses are its most famous landmark. Other highlights in Metzingen that are well worth a visit include the late Gothic St. Martin’s Church and the Old Town Hall.


How to get there ?

From Zurich take train to Schaffhausen
From Schaffhausen take train to Stuttgart pay EURO 34
From Stuttgart take train to Metzingen (Wurtt) Station pay EURO 8,6
From Metzingen (Wurtt) Station we walk about 100 metres until the Outlet

From Outlet walk about 100 metres to Metzingen (Wurtt) Station
From Metzingen (Wurtt) Station take train to Stuttgart pay EURO 8,6
From Stuttgart take train to Zurich pay EURO 34

Other Infos
From Stuttgart to Airport take train pay EURO 3,3
From Stuttgart to Basel take train EURO 55

Gothic St. Martin’s Church as my back ground Behind

Hugo Boss

~ by keishinta on March 28, 2011.

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