Schloßstraße stretches for 1.5 km from Walther-Schreiber-Platz to Rathaus Steglitz. Here you will find a particularly high density of shopping centres and chain shops offering everything you need. Large toy and stationery shops, banks, cosmetics and grocery shops are also located on Schloßstraße.
At Walther-Schreiber-Platz is the Schloss-Straßen-Center with Berlin's first Primark, which is particularly popular with young people. Forum Steglitz was one of the first shopping malls in Germany with the "shop-in-shop system". Further along Schloßstraße you will find the Karstadt department stores' and next to it the next shopping centre: Boulevard Berlin. At the end of Schloßstraße is the fourth large shopping centre: Das Schloss. Here you will also find an important transport hub from where you can take public transport in all directions.
What's the best way to get to Schloßstraße?
The U9 stops at Walther-Schreiber-Platz and Schloßstraße. You can also take the U-Bahn and S-Bahn to Rathaus Steglitz, the station at the southern end of Schloßstraße. Busses M48, M85, 186, and 282 run along Schloßstraße. Drivers will find car parks at Forum Steglitz, Boulevard Berlin, and Das Schloss.