With an esteemed status for style, Berlin is a fascinating city for shopping. The range of styles, creative ideas and tastes it offers is quite appealing. Here is a list of places for the best shopping in Berlin.
If you’re visiting the center of Berlin, you can easily find
yourself wandering to Alexanderplatz. From there, it would not be hard to miss
the Alexa Centre. Also referred to as
simply “Alexa”, this shopping center houses more than a hundred shops. It is a
place where you can stroll, shop and treat yourself.
Being the first concept mall in Germany, Bikini Berlin continues its tradition of offering a venue where flagship stores, sensational boutiques and stimulating restaurants can showcase their specialties. Bikini Berlin is also has space for 20 pop-up boxes where startup businesses and small shops can display their products in the short-term. The mall also features a loggia where one can have panoramic views of the zoo and the shops below or rest at the sofa area or on the steps.
Here’s a way to combine culture trip with shopping: visit
Dussmann das KulturKaufhaus. Famed for being more than just a bookstore, Dussmann
is a great place to shop for books, stationery, music, board games, films and
Spending a Sunday in Berlin? That would be a good chance to
explore its several flea markets. The flea markets in Berlin are great spots to
find unique items at reasonable prices. One of the more popular flea markets is
at Mauerpark. There are
also flea markets at Arkonaplatz
and Nowkoelln. For
antiques, one can check out Ostbahnhof.
The trendy Hackescher Markt is a favorite among students –
thanks to its array of edgy shops. This shopping destination brings together
flagship stores, smaller retailers and remarkable restaurants. While there, it
would also be a good idea to visit the different courtyards in the area – Hackescher Höfe and Haus Schwarzenberg, as well as
the Neue Synagogue and Anne Frank Zentrum.
Those who have a thirst for vintage and pre-loved clothing
can head to any of the 16 Humana shops in Berlin. One of the most popular
outlets is on Frankfurter Tor
in the Friedrichshain district of Berlin.
Stylized as KaDeWe, Kaufhaus des Westens is a century old
department store in Berlin that offers an impressive variety of luxury and
designer brands. Its 6th floor is teeming with butchers, delicatessens,
grocers and other food shops. One can also find a glass-roofed restaurant on
the 7th floor that offers spectacular views of the Wittenbergplatz
To experience traditional local shopping in Berlin, one can
head to Markthalle Neun. This indoor market has a range of vendors and shops,
including international traders. Occasionally, community events take place at
Markthalle Neun. There are also regular events, like Cheese Berlin that
features several varieties of artisanal European cheeses and Street Food
Thursdays that run from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. every Thursday.
For contemporary clothing, footwear, household goods and accessories, one can head to Voo Store. This clothing store is set in what used to be a locksmith’s shop. There is also a café inside Voo Store.
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