Please note: You must wear an FFP2 mask in the shops. For shopping, you also need a daily negative Coronatest - except for shops for basic supplies such as supermarkets and drugstores. Please adhere to the hygiene measures.
Due to the current situation you are currently obliged to wear a mask with mouth and nose cover on Aleanderplatz.
Combine sightseeing and shopping in the shadow of Berlin's famous TV Tower. There are several shopping centres, department stores, and shops on and around Alexanderplatz. The Alexa is probably the first that will catch your eye. Its red façade is a play on the Art Nouveau style. Inside, there are about 180 shops, including international brands not represented anywhere like Billabong and Bianco Shoewear.
The Galeria Kaufhof is a large department store in sandstone found on Alexanderplatz. Primark, meanwhile, draws in a primarily younger crowd with its popular discount fashion. Athletes' hearts love checking out Decathlon in the Rathauspassageshopping centre where just the right equipment for each sport is on offer. And, if you're looking for a fancy dress costume, you'll want to head to Deiters, also in the Rathauspassagen.
What's the best way to get to Alexanderplatz?
Alexanderplatz is well connected to public transport. Take the S5, S7, and S75 or regional trains to Alexanderplatz. The U2, U5, and U8 also stop at Alexanderplatz. You can park in the Alexa parking garage or in the Q-Park garage on Alexanderstraße.