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 these streets.
The new city centre on and around Potsdamer Platz has resulted in many new shopping opportunities in the heart of the city. Discover the unlimited options in the two major shopping centres: Mall of Berlin on Leipziger Platz and Potsdamer Platz Arkaden.
Potsdamer Platz Arkaden not only offers shops from well-known brands, but also a number of small, independent shops together with many restaurants and places offering snacks to satisfy your hunger and rest your feet.
The high-end Mall of Berlin, one of the largest shopping centres in the city, features an exclusive selection of 270 quality shops and boutiques and an extensive food court for the perfect place to take a break from all the shopping.
A number of other shops line the streets around the two shopping centres, including a large UNIQLO on Leipziger Platz. The Sony Center on Potsdamer Platz may only hold a few shops, but what it does offer is very special. The shop at the LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre is a proper paradise for all Lego® fans, no matter what age. Technology fans will want to check out the Sony Store, the only one of its kind in all of Germany. And avid readers, cineastes, and lovers of all things Berlin will want to check out the Dussmann bookstore and museum shop.
What's the best way to get to Potsdamer Platz?
Potsdamer Platz is easily reached by S-Bahn or by the U2 (Potsdamer Platz). Visitors to the Mall of Berlin might also want to get off at Mohrenstraße. Bus lines 200, M48, and M85 also stop at Potsdamer Platz. There are also parking garages at the Mall of Berlin, under the Sony Center, and under Potsdamer Platz Arkaden.