Mönckebergstraße is Hamburg’s largest and most famous shopping mile, located right in the centre of the city. But where else can you go shopping in Hamburg?
Here you will find all our shopping tips!
If you leave the ARCOTEL Rubin Hamburg and follow Danziger Straße for approx. 5 minutes, you’ll end up in Lange Reihe, the best shopping street in the district of St. Georg. In addition to historic buildings and a rich cultural and restaurant offer, what you’ll find here are lots of small boutiques and shops that have nothing to do with the big-name brands. Kaufhaus Hamburg, for example, is full of regional products, cards and living accessories as well as all sorts of local wares from the many city neighbourhoods. And at Lagerhaus, you’ll be sure to find that special, extraordinary gift from Hamburg in a shop that invites you to linger. At the end of Lange Reihe is the Mutterland flagship store, located in the historical Bieberhaus. This place will make your heart skip a beat for local delicatessen that have absolutely nothing to do with industrial mass production!
U-Bahn station: Lohmühlenstraße U1
Europa Passage is situated between Mönckebergstraße and Jungfernstieg. Stroll through more than 100 shops on five floors plus the Food Sky with 15 eating establishments on 3,000 square meters on the top floor. If you’re looking to stay dry on a typically rainy day in Hamburg but don’t want to miss out on the shopping pleasure, then Europa Passage is the place for you. For anyone who doesn’t want to go shopping directly in the city centre, Hamburger Meile in the district of Barmbek-Süd offers everything your heart desires. In the 1970s, this shopping centre was the largest inner-city shopping centre in Germany. Would you like to get to know Hamburger Meile in advance? No problem – just click here and start your virtual tour!
Europa Passage: U-Bahn station Jungfernstieg
Hamburger Meile: U-Bahn station Hamburger Straße or Mundsburg
Calling all flea market fans! Every Saturday from 8 am to 4 pm, the famous Flohschanze flea market is held around the old cattle slaughterhouse at Feldstraße. Once a local neighbourhood flea market, today the second-hand fashions, bicycles, jewellery and antiques attract a colourful mix of young and old, tourists and residents alike. A must during any visit to Hamburg: a picture taken in one of the typical Hamburg photo booths! Our tip: after a visit to the flea market, check out Rindermarkthalle St. Pauli across the way which until 1950/51 served as the city’s central cattle market hall and today is a popular culinary hotspot in Hamburg.
U-Bahn station: Feldstraße U3
In the district of St. Pauli, between Feldstraße and Karolinenstraße, you’ll find the Karolinenviertel. Together with the Schanzenviertel, this is THE place for lovers of second-hand articles and designer goods. Marktstraße is full of local designers who will gladly engage in a little conversation with their patrons. But you’ll find no haute couture here – these designers fit right in with the Karolinenviertel and its garish and extravagant fashion. There’s something here for every budget and every fashion taste!
U-Bahn station: Messehallen U2 & Feldstraße U3