The Rhineland

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  • 1. Beyond Studios

    A few blocks from the Kö, this concept store stocks mostly Scandinavian labels favoring minimalist design and neutral colors.  

    Stresemannstr. 8
    - 0211 - 600–1140
  • 2. Café Van den Daele

    Some of the best Aachener Printen can be found here, at one of Aachen's most beloved cafés, as can another tasty Aachen specialty, Reisfladen (a sort of tart filled with milk rice and often topped with fruit—pears, apricots, or cherries). Set in a 17th-century building, the café is worth a visit if for nothing more than its atmosphere and tempting aromas. 

    Büchel 18, Aachen, North Rhine-Westphalia, 52062, Germany
  • 3. Durfthaus 4711


    The original "eau de Cologne" was first produced in the city in the early 18th century from an Italian formula. It's made from a secret formula and aged in oak barrels. The most famous cologne is 4711, which derives its name from the firm's address. The building itself is equipped with a carillon, a museum, a "fragrance fountain," and (naturally) a gift shop. The scent, primarily derived from citrus, rosemary, and lavender, may seem old-fashioned to some, but it comes in an elegant bottle with a turquoise-and-gilt label, and makes a nice souvenir.

    Glockeng. 4
    - 0221 - 2709–9910
  • 4. Flohmarkt

    Bargain hunters search for secondhand goods and knickknacks at the city's renowned—and huge—flea market. It's held in Rheinaue south of the Konrad-Adenauer-Brücke on the third Saturday of each month from April to October.

    Ludwig-Erhard-Allee 20, Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, 53175, Germany
  • 5. Forum Mittelrhein

    Built in 2012, this spacious shopping mall offers a wide variety of stores, including well-known brands and smaller boutiques, plus a food court and plentiful parking.

    Zentralpl. 2
    - 0261 - 293–5870
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  • 6. Insel des Glücks

    The only gift store in Braubach, this tiny shop carries a selection of jewelry, tea, postcards, and souvenirs from the area.

    Oberalleestrasse 11, Braubach, Rheinland-Pfalz, 56338, Germany

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  • 7. Kö Center

    This shopping arcade houses clothing stores like Eickhoff, a Düsseldorf institution with more than 10,000 square feet of very high-end goods, many straight from the runways of Paris and Milan.

    Königsallee 28–30
  • 8. Kö Galerie

    High-end boutiques and restaurants line this luxurious three-story mall.

    Königsallee 60
  • 9. Kö-Bogen

    Designed by star architect Daniel Libeskind, this curvaceous shopping center at the north end of the Kö is anchored by the upscale German department store Breuninger and the city’s only Apple store, and also counts a number of chic restaurants and bars.

    Königsallee 2
    - 0211 - 4247–0600
  • 10. Marktstrasse and Bachstrasse

    You'll find most of the interesting shops and boutiques along the Marktstrasse and Bachstrasse, with some shopping near the train station as well.

    Marktstrasse and Bachstrasse, Remagen, Rheinland-Pfalz, 53424, Germany
  • 11. Neumarkt Galerie


    This bright, modern indoor shopping arcade has a web of shops and cafés (including the city's only Primark) surrounding an airy atrium. Just look for the huge sculpture of an upside-down ice cream cone above the entrance.

    Neumarkt 2–4
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  • 12. Peek & Cloppenburg


    This big clothing store is a highlight of Shildergasse. Designed by the architect Renzo Piano, the building looks like a spaceship, and its selection of fashions—for men and women, from budget to couture—is out of this world.

    Schilderg. 65–67
    - 0221 - 453–900
  • 13. Pfeffersack und Söhne

    A bit of a cult destination for German foodies, Pfeffersack und Söhne create their own dried herb and spice blends from regionally grown plants where possible, as well as dried produce from farther afield. You can buy the gorgeous ceramic pots the spices are sold separately; also on offer are various gourmet specialties such as mustard, oil, and tea. The staff are friendly, knowledgeable, and very happy to advise you on your spice purchases.

    Schenkendorfstr. 22
    - 0261 - 4509–9290
  • 14. RSA Antiquitäten

    Regine Schmitz-Avila specializes in antique German and some French furniture from the 18th and 19th centuries. The beautiful art deco, baroque, and Biedermeier pieces are lovingly displayed in her welcoming shop on Taunusstrasse.

    Taunusstr. 34
    - 0611 - 529–0570
  • 15. SCHEE

    Belgisches Viertel

    Pick up groovy affordable prints by German and international artists, as well as quirky gifts and stylish home accessories. 

    Maastrichter Str. 36
    - 0221 - 9955–4501
  • 16. Simon und Renoldi

    Belgisches Viertel

    This women’s boutique stocks an eclectic, well-curated mix of independent German and international brands at various price points, and there’s a friendly staff to boot. 

    Maastrichter Str. 17
    - 0221 - 9458–7031
  • 17. Wochenmarkt

    Bonn's Wochenmarkt is open every day but Sunday, filling the Markt with vendors of produce and various edibles. Things get really busy in springtime, when the locals flock to find the best asparagus.

    Markt, Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, 53111, Germany

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