We’ve compiled the best of the best in Hamburg - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Anita Hass


    This impressive store covers several storefronts and carries the newest apparel, shoes, jewelry, handbags, and accessories, such as iPhone covers. It's a Hamburg classic that carries both international brands and several German designers.

    Eppendorfer Landstr. 60
    - 040 - 465–909
  • 2. Antik-Center Hamburg


    The Antik-Center Hamburg has a treasure trove of "antiques" from the 1950s, '60s, and '70s. The staff ship purchases anywhere in the world.

    Klosterwall 9–21
    - 040 - 522–5261
  • 3. Baqu


    The two storefronts here are filled with wacky knickknacks, useful home appliances, and modern home accessories, all at reasonable prices.

    Susannenstr. 39
    - 040 - 433–814
  • 4. Captain's Cabin

    St. Pauli

    Don't miss this Hamburg institution, which is the best place for all of the city's specialty maritime goods, including elaborate model ships and brass telescopes.

    Landungsbrücken 3
    - 040 - 316–373
  • 5. Europa Passage


    With 120 shops over five stories, a food hall, an ice-cream stand and even a Michelin-starred restaurant, this shopping mall slap-bang in the middle of town almost literally has something for everyone.

    Ballindamm 40
    - 040 - 3009–2640
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  • 6. Flohschanze


    Germans in search of a great deal love a good Flohmarkt (Flea market). These markets unfold every weekend throughout Hamburg, and the best of the lot may be the one at Flohschanze. With acres of clothes, furniture, books, CDs, records, home accessories, jewelry, and art, the market attracts both collectors and bargain hunters every Saturday from 8 until 4.

    Neuer Kamp 30
    - 040 - 270–2766
  • 7. Fräuleinwunder


    This small emporium sells trendy sportswear, shoes, accessories, and jewelry for women. There's also a small selection of casual clothing for men.

    Susannenstr. 13
    - 40 - 3619–3329
  • 8. Herr von Eden


    Fine tailored suits and everything else you need to look like a true gentleman are sold at this elegant and ultrahip store on the vintage-clothing paradise of Marktstrasse.

    Marktstr. 33
    - 040 - 6506–5200
  • 9. Karstadt


    Germany's leading department-store chain isn't as posh as the Alsterhaus, but it still has a good and varied selection of clothing, perfume, watches, household goods, and food.

    Mönckebergstr. 16
    - 040 - 30940
  • 10. Kauf dich glücklich


    With a name that translates to "Shop yourself happy," this inviting store—one of two in the Schanzenviertel—sells clothes and shoes for men and women, as well as sunglasses, jewelry, scarves, hats, and other accessories.

    Susannenstr. 4
    - 040 - 4922–2221
  • 11. Kaufrausch


    The upscale shop on the handsome suburban thoroughfare of Isestrasse carries mostly clothing and accessories for women.

    Isestr. 74
    - 040 - 477–154
  • 12. Mimulus Naturkosmetik


    The all-natural cosmetics and toiletries here, as well as the facial and body treatments, are available at surprisingly reasonable prices.

    Schanzenstr. 39a
    - 040 - 430–8037
  • 13. Oliver Grey


    Men in need of fine, sophisticated shoes have the chance to purchase pairs from internationally known shoemakers and from the store's own classic line, which are designed and constructed in Hamburg.

    Steinstr. 19
    - 040 - 4677–6388
  • 14. Pick N Weight


    The concept here is fairly simple: paying for vintage clothes and accessories by how much they weigh rather than a fixed price per item. The store has a huge collection of pre-loved jeans, jackets, bags, and belts, which cost between €25 and €85 per kilo, depending on their label and quality.

    Beim Grünen Jäger 16
    - 040 - 4319–3334
  • 15. Purple Pink


    The tiny shop sells a good selection of cool Scandinavian labels, such as Stine Goya, Carin Wester, and Minimarket. It's also great for jewelry and bags.

    Weidenallee 21
    - 040 - 4321–5379
  • 16. Stilwerk


    This ultrastylish shopping center next to the fish market is a one-stop source for contemporary furniture and home accessories.

    Grosse Elbstr. 68
    - 040 - 3062–1100
  • 17. Thomas-I-Punkt


    Occupying the entire five floors of a handsome Dutch Renaissance building in the middle of town, Thomas-I-Punkt has long been supplying the fashion-conscious with trendy brand and private-label clothes and shoes.

    Mönckebergstr. 21
    - 040 - 327–172
  • 18. Weide


    Primarily known for its funky wallpapers, handmade lamps, and retro-style furniture, this great little design store on the increasingly trendy Weidenallee also sells stylish modern clothes and accessories. The store was expanded in 2020 to include the space right next door and now has a location dedicated to furniture and another one focused on fashion.

    Weidenallee 23
    - 040 - 2878–1227

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  • 19. Wochenmarkt Blankenese


    This small but top-class food market in the heart of Blankenese manages to preserve the charm of a small village. It sells only fresh produce from what it considers environmentally friendly farms.

    Blankeneser Bahnhofstr.
  • 20. WohnDesign Così


    The most interesting pieces of contemporary design from around the world are on view at this home-furnishings store.

    Eppendorfer Landstr. 48
    - 040 - 470–670

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