Shopping in Hamburg

Next to sightseeing, traveling to Hamburg is a great opportunity to go shopping. The main shopping area is located in the center of the city around the Binnenalster (lake of the Alster river). Starting from Mönckebergstraße, Spitalerstraße, Jungfernstieg, or Gänsemarkt, where you’ll find popular flagship stores from various well-known brands, you can also discover luxury brands in the side roads Neuer Wall and Große Bleichen, or smaller and partly owner-managed shops within the very charming shopping malls Levantehaus, Hanse-Viertel and Galleria. Hamburg’s shopping paradise can be best described as a multifaceted combination of various stores that are actually outside, in combination with several shopping malls of different sizes, each of them presenting a unique atmosphere and an individual up to exquisite store landscape. Most of them do also include gastronomic specialties.

Elbe Einkaufszentrum

Elbe Einkaufszentrum

Thanks to the center's balanced mix of industries with more than 180 stores, the ELBE is a shopping center for the top class. Their tenants include: Anson's, C & A, H & M, New York, Peek & Cloppenburg, Rewe-Center, Saturn and Zara. They offer the young visitors a variety of products including Hollister, Mango, Jack & Jones, Vero Moda, O'Neill, H & M and many other top brands. The sophisticated architecture, with spacious lighthouses and a unique rotunda, make shopping a very special pleasure.
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Europa Passage

Europa Passage

Europa Passage is a large shopping mall in the Altstadt quarter of Hamburg, Germany, located between the streets of Jungfernstieg and Mönckebergstraße near the lake of Binnenalster. It was opened on 5 October 2006. The center offers more than 120 shops specialising in fashion, food, and so much more. In addition to big names in retail such as Wormland, Hallhuber and Thalia, you will find unique offerings from stores like Desiugal and idee.
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Hanse-Viertel - Einkaufspassage

Hanse-Viertel - Einkaufspassage

The Hanseviertel was opened in 1980 in the heart of Hamburg's city center as one of the first passages in Germany. Shopping, feasting, strolling, lingering - here Hanseatic tradition meets a pleasurable lifestyle. The Hanseviertel has over 50 shops in a fascinating atmosphere. The Hanseatic Quarter is a shopping experience in the center of Hansestadt for people who are looking for something special.
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