NO MORE: Hugendubel's English-language bookstore on
Salvatorplatz closed in 2012. Booooo!!!!!!
Hugendubel’s dedicated English-language bookstore sadly closed down in 2012, but multi-storey branches still can be found on Karlsplatz and Marienplatz, both boasting humble collections of English-language titles. At the Marienplatz branch it’s on the second floor.
This also offers great views over Marienplatz and of the Glockenspiel opposite.
There's a cafe on the top floor and lots of comfy red armchairs. English-language travel guides are mixed in with the German titles – look for the word Reiseführer (travel guide) on the directory signs.
The English language section Karlsplatz branch is on the ground floor, around to the left past the entrance.
Details -Website: www.hugendubel.de Open: Monday to Saturday 10am to 8pm
COSY: Inside the Munich Readery, which has many books in English.
MUNICH BOOKS: Part of my embarrassingly
large collection of books covering Munich.
QUICK STOP: Pick up your newspapers and books
in English at this Hauptbahnhof shop if you're
in a hurry.
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