Shopping-Center

A wide range of choice at arm’s length: enjoy the sensational shopping facilities, gastronomic delights and exciting entertainment all under one roof in Germany’s finest shopping centres. Whether at the airport, out of town or in the middle of the city – get ready for a fun-packed day of shopping.
The Shopping and Adventure World of Hamburg Airport

In a vibrant atmosphere characterised by an international flavour, foreign language and trendy brand stores make shopping an adventure. Hamburg Airport’s advertising material invites exploration of its numerous shops and culinary alternatives – all open seven days a week from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm. Our suggestion for successful shopping: enjoy a coffee on one of our visitors’ terraces, with a view of the apron.

Levantehaus
Noble passages and large shopping malls in Hamburg

Framed by the Alster canals, you can find a uniquely wide range of shopping passages in Hamburg, whose architecture and easy accessibility by foot invite you to visit them. In addition to designer shops, specialist shops run by their owners and offering high quality products attract people to the five exclusive shopping arcades. A genuine Hamburger attraction is the Europa-Passage, with five floors and 120 shops. The Levantehaus invites you to shop, enjoy and relax – it offers everything to make your visit into a real feast for the senses.

Postgalerie Shopping Center in Karlsruhe
Karlsruhe: Pure shopping pleasure

Situated right in the city center, the “Ettlinger Tor Karlsruhe”, Southern Germany’s largest shopping center, offers a great shopping experience. On three levels, the galleries have a total retail area of around 33,000 m2. 130 shops with a wide range of fashion, trends and accessories, cosmetics, beauty and wellness await the visitors here. Restaurants, cafés and bars invite you to stay a little longer. The “Postgalerie” in the listed neo-Baroque building on the Kaiserstrasse also offers great shopping pleasure.

Forum Allgäu- Family Center, where shopping and entertainment meet
Kempten/Allgäu Forum – family center, and meeting point for shopping and events

The Allgäu Kempten Forum lies at the heart of the city center of Kempten – the largest shopping center in the region, and even more popular as a lively meeting point. 90 shops, cafés and restaurants are waiting to provide you with a fun-filled day. Stroll around and enjoy yourself in a pleasant atmosphere on three levels – Monday to Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. And to ensure that the shopping day can start in a relaxed way, 1,000 parking spaces are ready for you

Koblenz/Rhein: Castle Stolzenfels on the Rhein
Welcome to the shopping city of Koblenz!

Koblenz has two shopping centers available: The new Forum-Mittelrhein on the Zentralplatz with around 80 shops, restaurants, cafés and service companies offers a wide range of products and services from all sectors. But the Löhr-Center in the Hohenfelderstraße also leaves no wish unfulfilled, with 130 shops. Through their rich diversity, they both make shopping into a real experience. Forum: Zentralplatz 2 – 56068 Koblenz Mon.-Sat.: 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. LC: Hohenfelderstraße 22 – 56068 Koblenz Mon.-Sat.: 9.30 a.m. – 8.00 p.m

Bach memorial in front of the St. Thomas Church
Leipzig – from fashionable trendy to classically elegant

In the promenades in Leipzig Main Station, you can pursue your shopping fun as soon as you arrive by train: 142 shops are open every day until 10 p.m. from Monday to Saturday, and many of them also on Sunday. Another shopping paradise is not far away - the “Höfe am Brühl”, with a large range of offers and an unusual mix of architectural material. The fashion houses Peek & Cloppenburg and Breuninger can be found in the city center, with a wide selection of luxurious designer labels, as well as to department stores such as Karstadt and Galeria Kaufhof.

Holsten Gate in Lübeck
Heick & Schmaltz in Lübeck

Fashion instead of salt: The Salzspeicher (salt store) directly next to the Holstentor (Holsten Gate) are two of the landmarks of Lübeck. Its transformation into a fashion house documents how this Hanseatic city has succeeded in combining tradition and innovation through public spirit and inventiveness. The Heick & Schmaltz company has preserved the ancient building from decay, and presents clothing for men, women and children, as well as underwear and accessories, on three floors.

Shopping Fun
Shopping experience by wind and weather in Magdeburg

The Allee–Center is centrally located in the heart of the City of Magdeburg. You can stroll through the shops to your heart’s content or relax in one of the coffee shops on the glass-roofed promenade with more than 150 shops. The City Carre, with more than 50 shops, is also located in the city center. Regular events ranging from midnight shopping, through fashion shows up to dinosaur exhibitions turn shopping into a real experience.

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