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Berlin Shopping Guide

Berlin fashion is much more than chic. It’s unique, irreverent, the kind of effortless cool most people can only aspire to pull off. Nonconformity seems to be the name of the game here, with funky patterns, mismatched shoes, and electric-colored hair everywhere you turn. This style is what makes the German capital a prime shopping destination. Whether you want top fashion brands, hyper specialized souvenir stores, or boutique stores where everything is handmade, if you wander around the city long enough, you’ll be sure to find it.


If you only have time to hit up one shopping spot, let it be Kurfürstendamm. Not only is this street Berlin’s most famous and largest shopping district, it is also where you’ll enjoy the most distinguished experience. Luxury hotels and high-end restaurants are complemented by the numerous designer labels found throughout the street. Ku’damm, as locals call it, is also home to KaDeWe, the largest department store in continental Europe; as well as Europa-Center Mall. But not everything in the district is geared towards those with bottomless pockets. You’ll also find more budget-friendly chains, small boutique stores, and specialty stores like the charming year-round Christmas wonder, Kathe Wohlfahrt.

Top Places to Shop in Berlin
Die Hackeschen Hoefe
1,805 reviews
This shopping complex is an interesting example of East Berlin architecture. But besides representing history, it provides a space for unique boutique shops, trendy small bars, and cozy cafes.
Kaufhaus des Westens (KaDeWe)
3,082 reviews
This high-end department store is one of the largest in the world. Its superb store selection is rivaled only by its restaurants, which represent sumptuous dishes from all over the world.
Mall of Berlin
1,343 reviews
One of the city's most well-known malls, this is a place where locals and visitors congregate for shopping, eating, and leisurely activities. Several international and national brands are represented.
Designer Outlet Berlin
370 reviews
If you love high-end clothing with a side of bargains, this outlet mall is a must. Located about an hour away from Berlin, it offers designer items from big name brands like Nike, Levi's, and Polo.
Turkish Market
206 reviews
Open twice a week, this market is known for its selection of Turkish food and spices. But besides these delights, it also has bargain clothes, home items, jewelry, fruits, and even live music.
Dussmann das KulturKaufhaus
249 reviews
The focus is mainly books, but this store offers so much more. Music, movies, board games, and even German souvenirs can be found in this alluring building. There's also a relaxing cafe.
Mauerpark Flea Market
936 reviews
This Sunday morning flea market is the perfect place for a weekend bargain hunt. Street food, vintage clothes, and handmade products abound, attracting tourists and locals looking for a unique plan.
Ampelmann Shop in den Hackeschen Höfen
194 reviews
The green and red men in mid-walk have become much more than street light figures. They are now ubiquitous symbols of Berlin that this popular chain store has turned into fun and unique souvenirs.
HUMANA Secondhand & Vintage
2 reviews
One of the most recognized chains for vintage and second-hand clothes in Berlin, Humana attracts an alternative crowd looking for a different way to do fashion or buy clothes with personality and flair.
Käthe Wohlfahrt
128 reviews
This charming store is for those with holiday spirit who wish Christmas were celebrated year-round. Wooden decorations, nutcrackers, and giant angels form part of the wonderfully festive ensemble.
Arkona Platz Market
14 reviews
This mid-sized weekend flea market has chill vibes and a wide selection of goodies. Fresh food, clothes, vintage items, and lots of wonderfully random items make an appearance in the market stalls.
Antique Jewellery Berlin
98 reviews
Every item in this antique jewelry store is an original, so if you love historical fashion, there is nowhere else to go. Find items to complement vintage outfits or a unique wedding ring with history.
244 reviews
This historic mall has been operating since the 1960s, and is perfect for mid-range shoppers looking for sleek yet budget-friendly outfits. A flowing water clock is one of the mall's main features.
Berliner Kunstmarkt an der Museumsinsel
33 reviews
Lovers of all things crafty and handmade flock to this weekend market for quality items made by local artists. You'll find work by photographers, painters, and artisans that you can't get elsewhere.
Galeria Kaufhof
267 reviews
This large department store has goods for all budgets. From Tommy Hilfiger to Lego, there's options for seemingly every interest. After shopping, treat yourself to their superb dining options.
Friendly Society Berlin
82 reviews
If well-known brands and chains don't appeal to you, head to this boutique shopping center where all shops are local. From coffee, to clothes, to jewelry, the selection is varied and always unique.
Bikini Berlin
480 reviews
This edgy mall attracts young and hip shoppers who want much more than the typical department store experience. Street fashion brands, boutique shops, and concept stores dominate the scene.
365 reviews
Named after Alexanderplatz where it's located, this mall has a wide selection of recognized brands like Zara and H&M. It's a popular place to shop whilst exploring or touring around the city center.
Dong Xuan Center
122 reviews
This large Asian market is full of trinkets, food, and ingredients you will be hard pressed to find anywhere else in the city. Visitors love perusing and taking in the smells of spices.
Galeries Lafayette Berlin
413 reviews
This French department store chain boasts interesting architecture, French-inspired decorations, and a variety of high-end brands and products. The lower-level food hall is bursting with pastries.

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#1 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
I went to the shop in order to have a look at their beautiful jewellery and fell in love with a gorgeous edwardian necklace which I ended up getting as a birthday gift.
The whole area is nice to go for a walk and shopping stroll... Unofrtunately I forgot to take a picture, I was just too overwhelmed!
#2 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
His knowledge spans political history, art history, German history, Street Art, and the best places to find artisan coffee in the city!
Unfortunately, Heidi was on maternity leave, but she kindly offered to provide our family with Ronen for our two day visit to Berlin.
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#4 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
If you like the art this shop is amazing because It has a lot art picture of differenrts imagine of most important places of Berlin.
I like to wander shops, parks, cafes, hop on and off the tram, stop for a coffee or an aperol spritz at happy hour.
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#5 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
Usually I order CDs, posters, and other K-pop merch online, and sometimes it can literally come direct from South Korea (AKA, very high shipping costs) or smaller online shops that I have to make sure are legit.
Great range of german, English and even other language books CDs, stationary and other gifts Friendly staff and lots of places to read and sit
#6 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
I was in the shop with my friend at lunch break and I was just accompanied by her.
What a beautiful shop!
#7 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
Heaven for chocolate lovers .. huge selection of chocolate in various shapes and sizes and selections Fruits nuts and you name it The highlight was the attached ice cream shop that sells some of the most creamy ye...
This chocolate shop and chocolate restaurant, yes you read it right a chocolate restaurant with so many chocolate running on table like sushi.
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#8 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
Beautiful shopping complex, with unique shops and unique architecture - it's a series of small courts connected by roofed passages, each decorated in a different style.
It's popular with both locals and tourists alike and has great transport links,the Sbahn to stop Hackescher Markt drops you off in this area that is most definitely well worth checking out.
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#9 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
Here, one must customize their own Rittersport chocolate bar on the ground level, where you can select 3 ingredients of your choice, ranging from nuts to even marshmallows.
Interesting place!We order custom made Ritter Sport chocolate!After that we go upstairs in cofee shop and try some yummy cakes!Overall good experience worth visit!Reasonable prices too!
#10 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
It's one quiet block off Kufürstendamm, the chic shopping avenue of Berlin, next to the Käthe Kollwitz Museum.
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#11 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
A former brewery which has been repurposed to include a movie theatre, grocery store, small shops, an Eastern German history museum (free, some parts in English), and lots more.
A favourite local xmas market
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#12 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
Also loved the fact you could look look out on to the monkey enclosure from Berlin Zoo and if you walk out out of the shopping centre from the top floor you have a view of a large proportion of Berlin Zoo which wa...
A well planned and thought out shopping experience full of small independent stalls and shop units with a panoramic view window through to the amazing Baboon enclosure of the zoological gardens next door.
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#13 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
There is so much to see here and so worth the visit if you love Christmas and especially if you wanna buy something for your friends and family while in Berlin.
Wonderful Christmas shop on the Kurfurstendamm, filled full with everything you could possibly need for Christmas, several working displays as well.
#14 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
The best way to start a lazy Sunday is strolling at the mauer park, buying old staff and eating great street food , they have great vegan options from the world .
This is a free market with great flea market stalls selling everything and anything new/used/broken ready for up-cycling, next to independent traders selling new clothes, hats, bags, jewellery, records, souvenirs...
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#15 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
Plenty of shops to choose from, up market, middle market its all there, The best had to be hot chocolate at the Lindt shop cafe, it was soooo tasty and you get a free Lindt chocolate Definitely worth a visit
..lots of brands, graet offers,nice and comfortable environment with cafes where you can smoke and relax after your shopping. .
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#16 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
Was in Berlin for a day and we went here, - Really really nice - lovely set up and it is set out well - brilliant designer clothes and nicely set out.
Located in the square it's set over 6 floors and there are innumerable shopping outlets to suit all tastes, there's even a floor dedicated to eating and drinking.
#17 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
There are a few other branches in Berlin, this one definitely topped off my experience (I went to the one in the ALEXA shopping mall at Alexderplatz).
The best souvenir shop
#18 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
Great place to go shopping and have lunch or dinner Fantastic food on the 6 floor great fresh seafood Cheese and chocolate Plenty of good wines Fruits and vegetables was limited Apparently because of construction...
Everything you'd expect from a high end department store in Europe - gorgeous displays, excellent product selection, and friendly, multilingual sales associates.
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#19 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
this is more than just a shop, it is a peek into the city's creative lifestyle, representing independent artists that would be otherwise missed.
It‘s a small shop but they have a huge selection.
#20 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
I loved walking in this market, enjoying the variety of specialty shops and ethnic foods.
Market hall with food stands and market stands.
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#21 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
In addition, this retail temple is a gorgeous, easy-to-navigate store with a breathtaking food hall below the ground level and several accommodating restaurants.
great shopping, we visited a couple of times, personally I preferred KaWaDe shopping centre but worth a visit
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#22 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
We stumbled across this shopping centre and was delighted with the variety of shops and eateries, its well worth the visit.
Prime location and variety of shopping outlets makes it a must visit place in Berlin.
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#23 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
Great market, with such a variety of fresh fruit, veg, flowers and amazing fabrics!
I love this market!It's huge and full with good quality food, nice people, also some local designers, especially a lot of unique jewelry!!
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#25 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
Although the thought of shopping on any holiday I take sends a cold shiver down my spine I must admit walking through this market was fun,the usual array of stalls selling all manner of fresh produce and stalls se...
Jewelry to albums.
#26 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
When you get to the end of the alley, it is worth taking the stairs to the 1st floor shop, which is a wonderfully curated and inspiring selection of street art prints, zines, books and curios.
Additional artwork can be found in the stairwells and shops located in the building.
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#27 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
Great area to get the most of the Berlin street art atmosphere.
In Fredrichshain, a hip part of town, showcasing local artists' work with a shop and bar to boot.
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#28 of 396 Shopping in Berlin
Brilliant shop, the Ampelmann has a great history, and they've then found ways to put him on pretty much EVERYTHING!
Fun, silly, and so Berlin!
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