Komm-Center Offenbach – a shopping experience on three levels
Offenbach recognised today’s trend to no longer build green-field shopping centers many years ago. In this compact city, the Komm has arisen in the center of the pedestrian zone, which, with its 50 specialist shops, well-known chain stores and original shops, has expanded the wide variety that the city center has to offer. The mix of industries from high-quality fashion, beauty, fiction literature and restaurants is very popular with both locals and visitors.
CentrO Oberhausen: Europe’s largest shopping and leisure center
Around 220 national and international brand shops on two levels with retail space of more than 100,000 square meters as well as 14,000 free parking spaces await the visitor in the CentrO in Oberhausen. In addition, more than 20 restaurants on the CentrO Promenade offer specialities from all around the world. Other recreational activities, such as a musical theatre, an adventure park, a marina and the landmark of the city, the 117-meter high "Gasometer", are located in the immediate vicinity and within walking distance.
Meissen Couture Joaillerie: Unique elegance in Dresden
Meissen Couture, founded in 1710 by King August the Strong, is Europe’s most traditional house of art and hand-crafted luxury. It represents stylish elegance, uncompromising quality standards and proven high intrinsic value. Each piece of jewellery is individually handcrafted for discerning customers and connoisseurs. Fine porcelain, jewellery, furniture, exclusive fabrics and accessories - discover the beautiful, unique world of brands in the Boutique, the Joaillerie and the museum shop in the Meissen establishment.
engelhorn: A traditional company in Mannheim with super-regional appeal
engelhorn is one of the best shopping addresses in Germany for fashion, accessories, bags and shoes, sport articles and fashion. The family business has shaped the history of the city since 1890, and has something for every taste on a sales area of more than 38,000 square meters. Competent, friendly advice and many service offers, complete the shopping experience. Culinary pleasures also promise an additional highlight: the OPUS V, le Corange and the Faces Lounge restaurants.
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.
Munster Arkaden – coffee break with Picasso
The trademark of the Munster Arkaden is its elegant, light-filled architecture. It combines modern design with the art museum (Kunstmuseum) Pablo Picasso Münster Behind the facade of a noble Westphalian palace. Under the glass dome of the Munster Arkaden, you can find more than 20 shops on three levels, together with a variety of restaurants, all in the immediate vicinity of Germany’s first and only Picasso museum. What is particularly pleasant: enjoying a coffee break on the covered square in front of the museum.
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.