Shopping and maritime flair in Rostock and Warnemünde
The Hanseatic City of Rostock offers a unique shopping experience between brick and sea. The best place for a saunter is the “Kröpeliner Straße” in the center, where you can find all that you could possibly desire: from shopping center to fruit and vegetable market. Nearby in the Old Town are museums and workshops nestled between medieval walls. Meanwhile in the seaside resort of Warnemünde eager shoppers will also find a wide range of both seaside souvenirs as well as sports equipment for getting the most out of their holiday.
Regensburg, UNESCO World Heritage
Experience a historic Old Town with a fascinating past in Regensburg! Be entranced by the charm of this unusual city. Head off on a shopping tour in the centre of the UNESCO world heritage site or visit one of the shopping centres of this cathedral city. Experience medieval flair combined with lifestyle and joie de vivre in a UNESCO world heritage site. Here there’s definitely something for everyone.
Ratingen – stress-free shopping in more than 150 shops
The historic Old Town of Ratingen and the surrounding neighbourhoods have an extensive range of shopping options on offer. Modern boutiques but also lovingly restored shops with decor accessories make for inviting strolls and shopping sprees along shop-lined alleyways. Your wish is our command. An absolute highlight is the market square right in the center, where goods have been exchanged since the middle of the 14th century. The market that takes place there three times a week is one of the most lively and popular far and wide.
Shopping in Potsdam’s historic center
Brandenburger Straße - the “Broadway” of central Potsdam – is surrounded by tasteful baroque houses. A detour into the side streets reveals small shops in which one can pick up handmade gifts such as silken flowers and headgear and tasty specialities including special sorts of tea and spices, culinary delights made of mustard or liquorice, and pralines from artisan chocolatiers. The nearby Dutch quarter beckons with its alluring antiques and crafts.
Shopping at arm’s length in the “Three Rivers City” Passau
Shopping with a small holiday on the side – no way? In Passau the impossible becomes reality! An atmosphere steeped in history is perfect for sauntering strolls. Along picturesque alleys, across secluded squares and through a pedestrian zone lined with calming facades that make it easy for visitors to be enchanted by the extraordinary charm. From the Ortspitze across to the Old Town and from the Neumarkt to the “Neue Mitte”, a visitor can find everything that is “in” and modern. Around 700 shops and culinary establishments in the city center can be reached on foot. Whether you’re after the most popular brands or unique products, shopping centres or bespoke tailors’, Passau won’t let you down.
Osnabrück – a short hop away from shopping and display windows
Osnabrück is a gem for shopping fans and treasure seekers. The distances are short and it’s easy to find your way around: the pedestrian zone links the different shopping quarters between modern flair on the Kamp-Promenade and the winding alleyways of the Old Town. Big markets and traditional shops complete the mix. Favourites for relaxing and browsing: at the Nikolaiort right in the center or on the Markt in front of the historical town hall.
Offenbach – a treat for shoppers
One of the smaller large cities, but with a lot to offer: in the town center around the pedestrian zone more than 400 specialist shops and the KOMM-Center make for an attractive stroll. Offenbach is considered a young centre of creativity and international flair, which is why individuals can also be guaranteed of finding something right for them. During or after a shopping tour take a break on the centrally positioned Wilhelmsplatz. On market days there is a distinct Mediterranean feel to the square. It’s also easy to park in Offenbach.
Shopping in Nuremburg’s Old Town
Power-shopping for fashion’s most sought after brand names, browsing the weekly market, experiencing workshop tradition, Nuremburg lets everyone go at their own pace. One of the oldest and largest pedestrian zones in Europe stretches across Nuremburg’s historic Old Town like a triad of fashion, lifestyle and luxury. The alleys are seeped in the flair of times past, where anyone interested can peer over the shoulders of hatters, knife grinders, or goldsmiths at work, or treat their palettes in the gingerbread bakery or coffee roaster. Visitors to Nuremburg’s streets are bound to discover something trendy and unusual, be it traditional or modern.