• Sunday shopping in Lüneburg
    Sunday shopping in Lüneburg ©Lüneburg Marketing GmbH
  • City-Shopping
    City-Shopping ©Stadtmarketing Mannheim GmbH
  • Baden-Baden – Exclusive shopping paradise at the foot of the Black Forest
    Baden-Baden – Exclusive shopping paradise at the foot of the Black Forest ©Baden-Baden Kur & Tourismus GmbH
  • Shopping spree at Lake Constance
    Shopping spree at Lake Constance ©Stadtmarketing Friedrichshafen GmbH
  • Studio Ludvik
    Studio Ludvik ©KölnTourismus GmbH (Andreas Möltgen)
  • Shopping on Freiburg’s Konviktstraße
    Shopping on Freiburg’s Konviktstraße ©FWTM (Duepper)
  • Cosy shopping spree through Husum
    Cosy shopping spree through Husum ©TSMH (Oliver Franke)
  • Castle
    Castle ©Braunschweig Stadtmarketing GmbH (Sascha Gramann)
  • Shopping in Nürnbergs Old Town
    Shopping in Nürnbergs Old Town ©Birgit Fuder
  • Shopping on the water
    Shopping on the water ©www.mediaserver.hamburg.de (S. Schwarze)
  • Art, Bits and Bobs
    Art, Bits and Bobs ©weimar GmbH (Klapproth und Koch)
  • City Shopping-Galeria Kaufhof
    City Shopping-Galeria Kaufhof ©CWE mbH
  • The Celle City Explainer dresses up anew
    The Celle City Explainer dresses up anew ©CTM (Celle Tourismus und Marketing GmbH)
  • Shopping experience in Trier
    Shopping experience in Trier ©Tourist-Information Trier (yaph)
  • Fressgass
    Fressgass ©Tourismus und Congress GmbH Frankfurt am Main
  • Munster Arcades - The perfect place for a break from shopping
    Munster Arcades - The perfect place for a break from shopping ©Claas Koenig
  • Fashion House L+T
    Fashion House L+T ©LundT
  • Fashion and Alpine Lifestyle in downtown Garmisch
    Fashion and Alpine Lifestyle in downtown Garmisch ©Garmisch-Partenkirchen Tourismus
  • Shopping in the Hundertwasser Building
    Shopping in the Hundertwasser Building ©MMKT/www.andreaslander.de
  • KaDeWe - Berlin's largest department store
    KaDeWe - Berlin's largest department store ©visitBerlin (Thomas Kierok)

City-Shopping

Pleasant Old Towns, lively pedestrian precincts and famous shopping districts: enjoy the unique atmosphere of German shopping metropolises. Get carried away and experience everything Germany has to offer, from exclusive to alternative. In Germany’s trendiest of cities every shopping trip counts as a one-time treat.
Shopping in Dresden
A Relaxed Shopping Experience in the Baroque City of Dresden

International brands, creative young designers, distinguished handicrafts: Dresden boasts the finest addresses for fashion, timepieces and jewellery, footwear, technology and interior. More than 400 businesses in the old and new towns are looking forward to your visit. Naturally Tax Free Shopping and options for free shipping are available. Enjoy the art and culture of Dresden together with a relaxing shopping experience around the Semperoper, Zwinger and Frauenkirche.

Mathildenhöhe, Darmstadt
Darmstadt – City of Short Paths

The city center of Darmstadt offers a multitude of attractive shopping opportunities. Small streets such as Schulstrasse with its owner-operated speciality shops as well as renowned brand outlets offer delightful options for wandering and discovering. The inner-city Luisencenter and numerous arcades such as the Boulevard make for a year-round shopping experience in the city center with its 480 shops. The city of Darmstadt boasts a compact design, meaning that this multitude of shopping opportunities all lie conveniently close together.

Königsallee
Lifestyle and Shopping in the Rhine Metropolis of Duesseldorf

The fashion city of Duesseldorf is a shopping destination par excellence. The elegant Koenigsallee or “Kö“ with its fine stores and arcades has acquired a new highlight: the Koe-Bogen building, brainchild of leading American architect Daniel Libeskind. What with Schadowstrasse, one of the top-selling retail strips in the region, the historic old town with its iconic boutiques, and the districts of Flingern and Unterbilk for creative youth fashion, this Rhine metropolis completes the picture of a colourful and thrilling shopping world.

City Shopping-Galeria Kaufhof
Chemnitz, the “City of Modernity” in Saxony

Well-known architects have designed a completely new and modern city centre in Chemnitz. This move paid off handsomely when in 2006 the city won the DIFA Award for inner-city design. The Chemnitz of the 21st century impresses inhabitants and visitors alike with its distinguished and architecturally ambitious shopping possibilities, including: -Galerie Roter Turm [Red Tower Galleria] (Architects Hans Kollhoff & Walter Brune) - -Peek & Cloppenburg Department Store (Christoph Ingenhoven) - -Galeria Kaufhof (Helmut Jahn)

The Celle City Explainer dresses up anew
The Ducal Seat of Celle – Shopping, Living, Enjoying

Experience a cosmopolitan city with atmosphere! Amble casually through the late-medieval alleys. Be inspired, for shopping in Celle is a diverse and original experience: behind memorial-bedecked facades lurk dozens of small but delightful stores, cosy cafés and authentic restaurants to satisfy virtually any wish. From regional specialities to international brands, you will find whatever you are looking for.

Bremen, market square
Soegestrasse – One of the Oldest Streets in Bremen

Soegestrasse earned its name in the 13th century. Derived from the word “Soege“ which means “pig”. This derivation is commemorated with a tableau of bronze pigs at the entrance to the street. The street today is a shopping strip as well as a major access route to the central train station in Bremen City. It offers visitors an extraordinary and diverse range of wares. International chain stores as well as local Bremen firms, rich in tradition, can be found in its stylish precincts.

Castle
A Shopping Adventure in the Lion City of Brunswick

Medieval alleyways and buildings, numerous small boutiques and owner-operated speciality shops sit cheek-by-jowl with international chain stores in the inner city of Brunswick. In bustling courtyards visitors can enjoy coffee, ice-cream or a delicious lunch in the numerous cafés, bars and restaurants in the open air. Various markets and performances form a unique backdrop. The city center is surrounded by individual districts, each with their own inimitable charm – here, too, there is plenty to explore!

Aerial Course of the Rhine
Shopping in the Narrow Alleys of Beethoven’s Lovely City, Bonn

The urban center of Bonn, at one time the electoral capital, offers one of the largest continuous pedestrian zones in Germany. Numerous shops line the narrow alleyways, interspersed with open courtyards boasting delightful street cafés. Muensterplatz, Marktplatz and Friedensplatz connect the shopping streets of the city center. A true diversity, consisting of a colourful multitude of retail shops, department stores and fashion houses as well as attractive dining options, guaranteed to thrill shopping enthusiasts. Bonn’s numerous speciality stores are a particular attraction.

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