Zeilgalerie (Zeil 112-114, Frankfurt) – located toward the center of Frankfurt, this indoor shopping center is housed in an architecturally unique structure that was built in 1992 (complete with a spiral-shaped interior with central escalators and a spiral staircase). Various retailers from fashion brands like H&M to Benetton, as well as high-tech names like Samsung, […]
Spandau Arcaden (Klosterstrasse 3, Berlin Spandau) – this shopping center has around 125 retailers within a four-story structure, offering everything from fashion to jewelry, multimedia, and food (from Apple, to Esprit, Foot Locker, Game Stop, H&M, InterSport, Jack Jones, Peek & Cloppenburg, Vyes Rocher, and other brands.
Ring Center on Frankfurter Allee (Frankfurter Allee 111, Berlin Friedrichshain) – this shopping center has various small shops, services and eateries. The Ring Center has around 120 specialist retailers covering all consumer needs. There is a huge choice of fashion, food, fresh produce, entertainment electronics, bookshops, jewelry, perfumeries, cafés, restaurants and much more.
Olympia Einkaufszentrum (Hanauer Strasse 68, Munich) – as the name implies, this shopping center (locally known as “OEZ”) was launched for the 1972 Summer Olympics, bringing into this part of the country (at the time) “all in one location” American-style consumerism. There are department stores here, along with 135 retail shops, cafés, restaurants, and various […]
Ingolstadt Village (Otto-Hahn Strasse 1, Ingolstadt) – located 80 km. outside of Munich, this shopping center has over 110 retailers, some of whom are well-known German and international brands – from Birkenstock to 7 for All Mankind, Desigual, Luisa Cerano, Escada, Gant, Bench, Wolford and kitchenware brand Le Creuset. Bavaria province’s proximity to ski-friendly countries […]
Goethestrasse (downtown Frankfurt) – this is Frankfurt’s answer to New York’s Fifth Avenue – high-end stores display the latest collections of international top designers (ranging from Armani to Versace). So that customers can adorn themselves with matching jewelry too, exclusive brands such as Cartier and Tiffany are also represented here. Furthermore, the shopping street, that […]
Friedrichstrasse (Berlin) – this is a popular shopping street that was bisected by the Berlin Wall during the Cold War period (Checkpoint Charlie is located in this area). Nowadays, it offers first class shopping facilities, exclusive offices and coffee shops in the heart of Berlin. High-end retailers like Galerie Lafayette, Quartier 206, Hugo Boss, Escada, […]
Einkaufszentrum Neuperlach (Ollenhauerstrasse 6, Munich) – this three-story shopping center has 125 retailers offering a great number of top fashion brands, cosmetics and personal care items, watches and jewelry, electronics and multimedia, flowers, books, confectionary, shoes and purses, gifts and much more. Numerous service providers, such as hairdressers, opticians, travel agencies, a pharmacy, drycleaners and […]
Allianz Arena (Werner-Heisenberg-Allee 25, Munich) – home of the FC Bayern football team, this stadium has a capacity of nearly 70,000 spectators. Visitors continue to be particularly impressed by the facade. 2,760 diamond-shaped cushions form the world’s biggest membrane cladding covering an area of 66,500 m². Even if it is not your first visit, it’s […]
Alexa Shoppingcenter (Grunerstrasse 20, Berlin Mitte) – this 56,000 M2 shopping mall has 180 retailers and 17 restaurants – making this one of Berlin’s largest shopping centers. Retailers there include Adidas, Billabong, Esprit, H&M, Lacoste, Mango, Quiksilver, Tommy Hilfiger, and Zara, among others.