Best Shopping Centers in Berlin (I)
There are countless shopping centers in Berlin. Each district has at least one shopping center, inviting guests to while away some time. There is a wide selection to choose from, including Hackeschen Hofe in Mitte, the arcade on Potsdamer Platz and the Kurfurstendamm shopping strip in Charlottenburg, each of which has its own charm. As well as the large shopping centers, there are also a lot of smaller streets ideal for shopping, such as Bergmannstrasse in Kreuzberg, for example. Here you will find fashion boutiques and second hand shops and may also be able to pick up gems from the past.
1. Best Shopping Centers in Berlin: KaDeWe – Kaufhaus des Westens (Galleries & Malls)
At around 60,000 square meters, KaDeWe is the largest department store in Europe. Over its 7 floors one will find everything that they need, or also don’t need for that matter. From the top floor where the restaurant is, one has a magnificent view over Berlin.
2. Best Shopping Centers in Berlin: Arkaden am Potsdamer Platz (Shopping Miles & Districts)
This shopping center at Potsdamer Platz which has, among other things, outlets of well known clothing brands, is open Mondays to Saturdays from 10am to 10pm. Be it fashion, accessories, beauty or food, one will find everything that the heart desires in the over 130 stores on three levels.
3. Best Shopping Centers in Berlin: Hackeschen Hofe (Shopping Miles & Districts)
A visit to the Hackeschen Hofe is worth if not just for its typical courtyard architecture and old Berlin flair. In addition to the offices, apartments, restaurants and the cabaret theatre one can find numerous trendy boutiques and designer stores around the eight courtyards.
4. Best Shopping Centers in Berlin: Kurfurstendamm / Tauentzienstrabe (Shopping Miles & Districts)
Kurfurstendamm is one of the most important shopping areas in Berlin, and one can best find their way there from Zoo station or Wittenbergplatz. In addition to the faouns Kaufhaus des Westens (KaDeWe), you can find countless fashion stores with all different kinds of labels, as well as shoe stores and bookshops. The famous Café Kranzler also has its home here.