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Berlin Shopping

Among the great sights and attractions in Berlin, Germany, travelers to this famous city will want to take in the city’s fantastic shopping.

Shoppers shouldn’t miss the shopping district of Kurfurstendamm on the western side of the city. In this district, shoppers can find upscale department stores and clothing stores. There are also plenty of shops featuring designer goods. The Europa Center can be found in this region as well, which is Berlin’s most important shopping enclave. Kaufhaus des Westens is a large department store that offers a variety of shops and services. On the eastern side of Berlin, the Mitte area features shops with artsy goods, including furniture and clothing. Another exclusive shopping district is found at the intersection of Unter den Linden and Friedrichstrasse. This area is made up of newly converted elegant shops and boutiques.

East Berlin provides lots of shopping for any budget. This area is known for its flea markets and stores selling secondhand goods. Alexanderplatz is a shopping location featuring secondhand stores that offer great bargains. The streets of Uhlandstrasse and Bleibtraustrasse offer fashion shops for anyone looking for something out of the ordinary. They are known for their upscale, exclusive, and avant-garde clothing stores. Some of the most well-known boutiques in this area include those owned by Annette Peterman and Nanna Kubruck. Kempinski Plaza is available for shoppers who are seeking fashions and goods at more affordable prices.

Scheuenviertel offers antiques and artistic goods. The streets of Auguststrasse, Oranienburger Strasse, Grosse Hamburger strasse, Rosenthaler Strasse, and Ophienstrasse make up this district. In this region, there is also a flea market for bargain shoppers.

Book lovers can find just about anything they desire in Berlin. Foreign-language and specialty books are easy to find in the German capital. On Charlottenburg shoppers can find both Jewish and music booksellers. Shoppers can find book exchange shops on Kreuzberg.

Those who are looking for produce can find a variety of fruits and vegetables at Winterfeldtplatz, an open-air market. Beers can be purchased at Karl Marx Alle, which offers hundreds of options for beer aficionados. Anyone who is in Berlin during the holiday season can find wonderful Christmas gifts at Gendarmenmarkt.

Tourists to Berlin should make note of the typical shopping hours in the city, which run from 9am to 8pm during the week and 9am to 4pm on Saturday. Shops are usually not open on Sundays, with the exception of a few during the year.

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