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The Alsterhaus in Hamburg – Innovative and luxurious

The Alsterhaus in Hamburg – Innovative and luxurious

With over 24,000 square meters the Alsterhaus in Hamburg is one of Germany’s major department stores. The exclusive range of products, the classy sense of trends and the artful presentation have shaped the image of the Alsterhaus significantly. On six floors the premium department store presents many shopping highlights – from international luxury brands to home accessories and prime groceries – and therefore links tradition and modernity in terms of shopping culture.
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McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Neumünster

McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Neumünster

Only 40 minutes from Hamburg, you will find the McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Neumünster. Northern Germany´s largest outlet is offering 30-70% off RRP all year round and has become a shopping paradise for fashion lovers. More than 110 stores with your favorite designer brands such as Armani, Gucci, Hugo Boss, Polo Ralph Lauren, Adidas, Zwilling or WMF as well as a diversified gastronomy and the village-style, invite guests to linger. The location next to motorway A7, free parking and a shuttle from Hamburg Dammtor provide easy access.
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Alsterhaus

Alsterhaus

When the "Warenhaus Hermann Tietz" opened its doors to customers in 1912 on the glorious Hamburg boulevard, Jungfernstieg, it was the talk of the town. Now called Alsterhaus, it belongs to the Karstadt group and has lost nothing of its glory, despite several modifications. With 24,000 square metres of retail space, here well-trained staff advise customers on high quality goods in the areas of beauty, fashion, accessories and gourmet food. International designers such as Boss, Missoni, Barbour or Comptoir des Cotonniers have their own concessions. And physical well-being has also been taken into consideration: there is a restaurant with a view of the Alster on the fourth floor.
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Mönckebergstrasse

Mönckebergstrasse

Mönckebergstrasse is Hamburg’s major shopping mile. It has been the central link between the town hall and the central train station since 1909. The buildings on Mönckebergstrasse pay witness to the city’s merchants’ pride and economic stability. And even today, this boulevard displays an impressive variety of large department stores, fashion boutiques, retail shops, cafés and food stalls. The Levantehaus is among the city’s smallest and finest shopping arcades.
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Schanzenviertel

Schanzenviertel

Many bars, restaurants, small foreign traders, fashion boutiques and associated clientele dominate the streets in the centre. Just recently in " Schanze" (so the Hamburg natives say) a series of new shops have opened that make the area attractive and versatile for shopping. The selection in the fashion boutiques ranges from fresh labels such as Chica Bandita, Indian Rose, Diesel, Lee and Levi up to Hamburg cult label Derbe. But also hip hop and skate shops, vinyl shops and shops with colourful knick-knacks and fun gift ideas provide a shopping experience away from the mainstream.
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Eppendorf

Eppendorf

Eppendorf is one of the "chicest" districts in Hamburg. Your shopping trip in Eppendorf begins on one of the main roads: Eppendorfer Landstrasse, Eppendorfer Weg or Eppendorfer Baum. Cool and stylish Scandinavian fashion can be found at the "Grand Hotel of Sweden". At Linette you will find current collections by Chloé, Marc Jacobs, and Prada. Next you can move on to the quaint coffee roasting house Burg on Eppendorfer Weg: besides several varieties of freshly roasted coffees you can also buy cocoa, teas and chocolate.
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The Art of Hamburg

The Art of Hamburg

"On the Reeperbahn at half past midnight" like the old song goes? Everyone can claim this! More convincing is an "engineer's" shirt with genuine oil stains, sailor's underpants with an anchor printed on them or the Hamburg coffee service in fine bone china. These and other declarations of love from various artists and designers to the "most beautiful city" in Germany are sold in the tiny shop on Ditmar-Koel-Strasse. Right next to where the big ships are moored you can find a Hamburg souvenir that is worth showing the world.
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Alsterarkaden

Alsterarkaden

Just stroll under the arcades and enjoy the Mediterranean atmosphere and exclusive shops. Hungry? Then you shouldn't miss the Arabian cuisine at Saliba. Then in the old Mellin arcade - Hamburg's oldest shopping arcade today - leading to the Neuer Wall, you can admire the ceiling paintings and stained glass from the turn of the last century. Relax: just sit on the steps by the canal, feed the swans, watch the canal steamers at the locks - or walk along the canal through to the Elbe.
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Levantehaus

Levantehaus

Towards the sunrise - that is the meaning of the word "levante". Built in 1911/1912 by Franz Bach as an office building, the first major tenant of today's passage gave it its name, the German Levante Line. This atmosphere is complemented by exquisite shops of various kinds, ranging from cafés to fashion, from fragrant bakeries to gift shops that satisfy every wish. When entering Levantehaus you will also see the Park Hyatt Hotel, where at Apples Restaurant & Bar you can enjoy excellent creations by the house chef.
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St. Pauli Night Market

St. Pauli Night Market

The St. Pauli Night Market is not your average weekly market. It takes place at the heart of the Reeperbahn, on the Spielbudenplatz and has with its late opening hours (16:00 - 23:00) not only adpated to the neighborhood but also to the general shopping behavior of our time. The directly enclosed beer garden with its live music stage makes our weekly market an after work meeting point as well and offers residents as well as visitors an unforgetable shopping and enjoyment experience.
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