Hamburg

Although not appearing as rich or sumptuous as Düsseldorf or Munich, Hamburg is nevertheless expensive, and ranks first among Germany's shopping experiences. Some of the country's premier designers, such as Karl Lagerfeld, Jil Sander, and Wolfgang Joop, are native Hamburgers, or at least worked here for quite some time. Hamburg has the greatest number of shopping malls in the country—they're mostly small, elegant downtown arcades offering entertainment, fashion, and fine food.

All the big luxury names—Chanel, Versace, Armani, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Tiffany—are found in the warren of streets bounded by Jungferstieg, the Rathaus, and Neue ABC-Strasse. International chain stores, like Fossil, Adidas, and MAC, and European chains, such as Görtz shoe stores, Zara clothing stores, and Christ jewelry stores, and German department stores mingle on Mönckebergstrasse. Independent boutiques sell primarily distinguished and somewhat conservative fashion; understatement is the style here. Eppendorf offers miles of unique shops for shoes, clothes, home design, and housewares with quaint cafés sprinkled among them. Sternschanze offers a funky mix of stores selling cool home accessories and fashion, with dive bars and small restaurants for pit stops.

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    Neustadt

    A part of the ever-expanding H&M empire, this recent addition to Neuer Wall specializes in premium-brand yet alternative clothes, bags, jewelry, and cosmetics, designed to...Read More

  • 2. Alsterhaus

    Neustadt

    Hamburg's large and high-end department store is a favorite with locals, as well as an elegant landmark. A food hall and a champagne bar on...Read More

  • 3. Anita Hass

    Eppendorf

    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...Read More

  • 4. Antik-Center Hamburg

    Altstadt

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

  • 5. Baqu

    Schanzenviertel

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

  • 6. 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....Read More

  • 7. Europa Passage

    Altstadt

    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...Read More

  • 8. Flohschanze

    Schanzenviertel

    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...Read More

  • 9. Fräuleinwunder

    Schanzenviertel

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

  • 10. Hamburger Hof

    Neustadt

    The historic Hamburger Hof is one of the most beautiful, upscale shopping complexes in town, with a wide variety of designer clothing, jewelry, and gift...Read More

  • 11. Herr von Eden

    Schanzenviertel

    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...Read More

  • 12. Karstadt

    Altstadt

    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,...Read More

  • 13. Kauf dich glücklich

    Schanzenviertel

    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...Read More

  • 14. Kaufrausch

    Harvestehude

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

  • 15. Mimulus Naturkosmetik

    Schanzenviertel

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

  • 16. Neustadt and St. Georg

    ABC-Strasse in the Neustadt is a happy hunting ground for antiques lovers, as are the shops in the St. Georg district behind the train station,...Read More

  • 17. Pick N Weight

    Altona

    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...Read More

  • 18. Purple Pink

    Schanzenviertel

    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...Read More

  • 19. Stilwerk

    Altona

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

  • 20. Thomas-I-Punkt

    Altstadt

    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...Read More

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