Department Stores + Shopping Centres

Department Stores + Shopping Centres

In addition to being the political capital, Berlin is also the shopping capital. As such, it is no wonder that there are more than 50 shopping centres here. However, there is more on offer than simply shopping. Whether you are strolling through the largest department store on the European mainland, a one-time hangar for steam locomotives or a palace, the variety of different shopping centres and malls enable your shopping tour to become an unforgettable personal experience!

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Exceptional Shopping in heart of the New Berlin: Have a great time shopping at over 130 stores or enjoy full service dining.
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The new shopping destination with 300 shops, a wide range of high-end fashion labels and Germany's largest Food Court.
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Discover more than 100 designer brands with discounts from 30-70%. From fashion and lifestyle brands like Escada and Diesel to sporting labels like Adidas…
Gold-coloured canopies, sand arches, tasteful ornaments and wall decorations – the art déco design of the Alexa reminds of the 1920s, the glittering decade when...
The unique mall concept of Bikini Berlin offers everything other than what you would expect from a shopping centre. Germany's first concept mall combines fashion,...
Shopping in ‘Das Schloss’ is an extraordinary experience: the visitor is surrounded by gold, palm trees, sculptures, stucco and elaborate light projections. Whale song...
You can find all the great composers here: Bach, Mozart and Wagner, Tschaikowsky, Chopin and Rubinstein. The Dussmann ‘culture store’ on Friedrichsstrasse has the...
It is the classic one among the shopping centres of the City West. Diagonally across from the Gedächtniskirche, around 70 stores and numerous restaurants invite for...
One of the first shopping malls in Germany representing the "shop-in-shop-system", the Forum Steglitz is not only a shopper's paradise but hosts a number of events all...
The Galeria Kaufhof, located centrally in the eastern city centre, offers a distinguished range of goods aimed at an international clientele. It is the flagship of the...
After seemingly endless demolition, building, excavation and cleanup work, the Galeries Lafayette put the first spot of colour to the old and new shopping mile...
Looking for some trendy clothes, a new MP3 player, or maybe just a goldfish for your aquarium? The Gesundbrunnen Center has more than 100 specialist shops, offering...
Situated at Schlossstrasse underground station opposite "Das Schloss" shopping centre outdoor fans and travellers will find the greatest choice of equipment, sport and...
Where once steam locomotives rolled in and out, visitors now enter a shopping centre in futurist design. The French architect Claude Vasconi brought sensitivity and...
KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens – the ‘Department Store of the West’) is the best-known department store in Germany. It comprises 60,000 square metres of sales floors,...
The Karstadt department store near the Memorial Church offers state-of-the-art shopping in the best department store tradition. A fantastic selection and variety of...
In September 2014, the Mall of Berlin on Leipziger Platz opened its doors. Covering 76,000 m2 and offering 270 stores, this is the second largest shopping centre in...
The architecture is daring: the glass wall towers sixty metres high behind the traditional Kranzler Eck, stretching all the way to Kurfürstendamm. The Neue Kranzler Eck...
Opened in 1998, the three-storey shopping street with its glass roof dazzles with modern architecture, designed by the brilliant architect Renzo Piano. The arcades are...
This is one of the most exclusive shopping locations in the city, with a phenomenal range of international designer fashions and couture. Quartier 206 sets luxury...
This is a lively market place with a customer-friendly mixture of small shops, services and gastronomy. The Ring Center has around 120 specialist shops meeting all...
Schönhauser Allee Arkaden is located in the heart of the Prenzlauer Berg district, on the traditional shopping street Schönhauser Allee. There are about 100 specialist...
The Spandau Arcaden are a meeting point in the Spandau district for browsing and shopping, a place for leisure and entertainment – part of everyday life. Around 125...
This could be called the Harrods of furniture stores. The Stilwerk on Kantstrasse appeals with its exquisite selections and a huge choice of furniture and living...
More than a century ago, the warehouse on the Tempelhof harbour was one of the most modern storehouses of its time. In 2009, it was renovated and extended with a new...

Five minutes’ walking distance from Alexanderplatz. Huge hand-painted film posters hang on the sandstone façade of the postmodern building from the 60’s. Though its architecture is striking from the outside, the building’s most impressive features are found inside. With its magnificent chandeliers, retro eastern European style, red armchairs and huge glass front, the cinema’s foyer is a highlight in itself. Be it premieres or gay parties, this cinema hosts all sorts of events where glamorous VIPs mix with students, film lovers and party people.