Berlin offers you numerous cultural institutions such as museums or theaters, but sometimes we have the need to make our shopping dreams come true.
With the huge selection of malls and department stores, we have put together our personal top 5. By the way, all of the centers we mentioned are very easy to reach with our Hop On Hop Off buses.
With over 170 shops, it is the largest shopping center on our Stop 1, Alexanderplatz and due to its size, its special shape, but above all because of its red color, it is hard to miss. The mall, opened in 2007, offers everything your heart desires on 56,200 m2 and 5 levels. Let yourself be surprised.
Located directly at the East Side Gallery and Mercedes-Platz, you will find the shopping center opened in 2018 in the middle of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg. On 3 floors you will find 120 shops to relax and enjoy. The food court also offers you a great culinary variety. Just Hop Off at our Stop 3 on Line 2.
The department store of the west (KaDeWe), opened in 1907, is probably the most famous department store in Germany. With 60,000m2, it is also one of the largest department stores in Europe.
Hop Off at our stop 13 to visit the delicatessen on the 6th floor which is a special attraction. With 34,000 items, you can find all kinds of culinary delicacies there.
Located in the heart of Berlin on Leipziger Platz, you will find the Mall of Berlin, which opened in 2014. A wide selection and an extraordinary shopping experience is given by the approximately 300 different shops. Interesting fact: The largest department store in Central Europe, the Wertheim department store, was located at the same location over 100 years ago. Due to the above-average high level of road traffic, Europe's first traffic light was created at the Potsdamer Platz next door. The best way to reach the Mall is to Hop Off at our stop 16, Potsdamer Platz.
You can find lifestyle shopping with the latest fashion trends in Friedrichstrasse 76-78 and only a few minutes away from our Hop On - Hop Off - Bus - Stop 19, Gendarmenmarkt. On 8000m2 and 5 floors you get to know the French way of life, and in addition to fashion, you will also discover French specialties and delicacies.