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Shopping in Berlin

Berlin is the perfect location for a day or more of shopping in Germany. There is plenty to choose from: luxury shops and shops where you pay for the clothes by the kilo. Designer boutiques and vintage markets. You can go crazy. Fortunately, there are no extra costs for taking it all back with you on the train!
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Shopping in Berlin

The city's best-known shopping street is Kurfürstendamm, where you will find luxury boutiques, such as Gucci, among lower-priced shops like H&M. On Weinmeisterstraße, you will find shops from larger chains and local entrepreneurs. You will also find pleasant terraces where you can relax with a cup of coffee.

Are you looking for unique garments from often unknown designers? Then visit the concept stores at Mall Bikini. The collection changes several times a year, so every visit will offer surprises.

© VisitBerlin - Dagmar Schwelle

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Other suitable locations for shopping in Berlin

Want more shopping after a visit to the above mentioned shopping streets? Then you can go to the following locations:

  • Alexanderplatz: a square with small shops and a department store Galeria Kaufhof with an area of 35,000 square metres.
  • Friedrichstraße: a shopping street full of designer shops and Art Deco-style arcades.
  • Schönhauser Allee: a shopping street outside the centre of Berlin in the Prenzlauer Berg district.
  • Schloßstraße: a 1.7 kilometre long shopping street in the Steglitz district.

Shopping in KaDeWe, Berlin's largest department store

In the centre of Berlin, you will find Berlin's largest department store, which is also the second-largest in Europe. The KaDeWe has been around since 1907 and is located a few minutes' walk from the Kurfürstendam. The department store is so big that when you enter, you are given a map of the shop to help you find your way around the more than 380,000 different products.

Vintage and bargain shops in Berlin

Bargain shopping in Berlin is possible in one of the many vintage shops and flea markets. Here, you can find unique items of clothing for surprisingly low prices. We recommend a visit to:

  • The flea market on Boxhagener Platz, open every Sunday
  • Vintage shop Jumbo Second Hand, which is especially known for its large collection of second-hand shoes (Wiener Straße 63)
  • Second-hand shops Humana, where you have a wide choice of attractively priced clothes (three locations)
  • Vintage shop Sing Blackbird, whose collection of unique clothing items is curated by the owner (Sanderstraße 11)
  • Vintage kilo store PICKNWEIGHT, where you do not have to pay per garment, but per gram (four locations)

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    Shop opening hours in Berlin

    Most shops in Berlin are open from 10.00 to 20.00 hrs on weekdays. Some shops stay open an hour longer, and on Fridays and Saturdays, the big department stores often stay open until 22.00 hrs. To be on the safe side, find out the opening hours of your favourite shops on the internet in advance.

    Shopping in Berlin on a Sunday

    According to the law, shops in Berlin are not allowed to open on Sundays, unless it is a special day. Exceptions to this law are regularly made, but still, shopping Sundays in the city are rare. Are the shops open on a Sunday? Then you can shop between 13.00 and 18.00 hours.

    A weekend of shopping in Berlin

    In Berlin, you will find more fine shops than you can visit in one day. Therefore, book two nights in a hotel of one of our partners. With our Train and Hotel package, you can stay two nights in a conveniently located three- or four-star hotel and book your train tickets at a special price.

    Travel to Berlin by train for less

    The sooner you book your train journey or Train and Hotel package, the lower the price. You can book your train ticket for the intercity between Amsterdam Central and Berlin Hauptbahnhof up to six months before departure. For a weekend Berlin, you are best of booking your outward journey on Saturday and your return journey on Monday. Read more tips to book your train tickets at the best price.
    Tip: visit one of the many museums in Berlin during your weekend shopping.

    Shopping in Berlin

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