In May 1994, the Kaufingertor Passage opened its doors. Since then, Munich residents and guests from all over the world have been shopping here, week after week, in top specialty stores on 4,600 square meters of retail space.
Glass-roofed and around 70 meters long, the arcade connects Kaufinger Strasse with Fürstenfelder Strasse and is a showpiece of Munich’s pedestrian zone. With the right mix of shopping, eateries and recreational islands, the arcade is its own city within the city.
Relaxed and yet in the middle of life.
Open and yet a protected space.
Art on the building is a central element within the light architecture of the Kaufinger Gate.
Visible from afar, the balancing figure “Man with Arms Outstretched” by artist Stephan Balkenhol at the entrance to the arcade invites shoppers into the world of shopping. Since 2007, the artistic light show at and in the Kaufinger Gate has been a luminous attraction.
More than ever, it is now for all visitors:
Feel good, enjoy, linger.
Fürstenfelder Straße / Färbergraben
with 400 parking spaces