10 Best Shopping Malls in Berlin [with Map]

Top 10 Shopping Malls in Berlin

In Berlin there are about 70 shopping centers all over the city.

Here is a list of the most famous and largest shopping centers in Berlin.

International labels are represented in them as well as well-known regional brands and exclusive boutiques.

For the exact opening hours, please refer to the corresponding website; on Sunday, the shopping centers in Berlin are closed.

1. KaDeWe

KaDeWe - Kaufhaus des Westens - is the largest and most famous department store in Berlin. It opened in 1907 and now offers an appealing mix of upscale goods and luxury items in an area that now covers 60,000 square meters. In addition to affordable everyday clothing, brands such as Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Chanel, Prada, and many more can be found.

Since 1978, the sixth floor, also called the "gourmet floor," has huge gourmet assortment that is the second largest food department in any department store in the world.

International delicacies are offered at exclusive snack stands. The 1000-seat Oyster Bar is the largest restaurant in the city. KaDeWe is centrally located right by the Wittenbergplatz subway station, close to Kurfürstendamm and Bahnhof Zoo.

2. Mall of Berlin

Architecturally, the mall impresses with its simple elegance with light stone and glass roof. In the center is the large piazetta between two wings, where the boutiques and stores are lined up. In addition to Zara, H&M, and Douglas, a Saturn store and a Hertha BSC store, you'll find brands like Armani Exchange, Massimo Dutti, Karl Lagerfeld, and Tommy Hilfiger.

On the second floor, a huge food court, the largest in Germany, invites visitors to relax. On the piazetta, free tango, salsa, and standard dance workshops take place daily at 18:00, followed by free dancing until 21:00.

The logo "LP12" stands for the address, Leipziger Platz 12, near the Potsdamer Platz subway stop. It is only a stone's throw to the Brandenburg Gate, Friedrichstraße, and the Reichstag Building.


This concept shopping mall owes its name to the reconstruction years, when ready-to-wear fashion was produced there on 700 sewing machines. Large chain stores are not represented here, but many new, original stores, and stores that are often still unknown.

The 19 "Berlin Bikini Boxes" represent a special kind of showroom where new products are presented for a certain period of time. From the 7,000 sqm2 green roof terrace of the historically landmarked building, you can see the monkey enclosure of the Berlin Zoo.

Right next door, in addition to the zoo, the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and Waldorf Astoria await a visit. The nearest subway stop is called Zoologischer Garten.


Not Amazon's voice assistant, but a largely windowless Art Deco building complex with a pink facade is hidden behind the name ALEXA in Berlin. On 56,000 sqm2 in 180 stores, visitors are offered a mixture of branches of well-known chains such as H&M, Deichmann, Fielmann, Calvin Klein, etc, as well as smaller boutiques.

The Media-Markt in ALEXA is one of the largest in the city. The Berlin traffic light men, so popular as souvenirs, can be found in the traffic light man store, along with other typical Berlin souvenirs. The World Time Clock and the Berlin TV Tower are nearby. The nearest subway station is Alexanderplatz.

5. Das Schloss

Das Schloss in Steglitz, Berlin presents itself majestically to its visitors. The shopping center partially includes the Steglitz Town Hall; in whose inner courtyard its restaurants are located. However, one looks in vain for luxury brands here; there are branches of Gerry Weber, Calvin Klein, Street One, H&M, Anson's, REWE and Thalia, and more.

The center is decorated with brass and marble and images of the starry sky and ocean waves are projected on the ceiling every Friday and Saturday in turn, creating an incomparable shopping experience. This projection is one of the largest indoor projections in the world with a 1200 sqm2 of projection area.

The nearby Botanical Garden is one of the largest and most species-rich botanical gardens in the world. The nearest subway stop is Rathaus Steglitz.

6. Lafayette Gallery

Apart from Galerie Lafayette in Berlin, outside France there are branches of this chain of stores only in Dubai, Casablanca, and Jakarta. The glass cones inside, as well as the striking glass facade give Galerie Lafayette an imposing appearance.

French as well as international exclusive brands are at home here, including Boss, Dior, MCM, Ted Baker, Yves Saint Laurent, and Versage, just to name a few. In the Lafayette Gourmet Department there are mainly French delicacies.

In the LABOmode young up-and-coming designers have the opportunity to present and sell their creations. In the immediate vicinity is the Brandenburg Gate and the Gendarmenmarkt. The nearest subway stop is called Französische Straße.

7. Gropiuspassagen

Located in the south of the district of Neukölln, Gropiuspassagen is one of the largest shopping centers in Germany and is home to brands such as H&M, Esprit, Bijou Brigitte, Intersport Olympia, Douglas, and The Body Shop. Also integrated into the building complex is a multiplex cinema and a fitness club.

There is direct access to the shopping center via the Johannisthaler Chaussee subway station.

8. Europacenter

Directly opposite the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, the Mercedes star, visible from afar, shines on the roof of a glass and aluminum office tower. The Europacenter was opened in 1965 and is one of the oldest shopping centers in Berlin.

Common brands wait here for their buyers; luxury labels will be looked for in vain. The "Clock of Flowing Time" - a chronometer made of 12 large and 30 flattened small glass spheres extending over three floors - is considered the trademark of this shopping center. The "Die Stachelschweine" cabaret theater has its permanent venue here.

The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is directly opposite the Europacenter, and the nearest subway stop is Wittenbergplatz.

9. Eastgate Berlin

In the east of Berlin lies the futuristically designed Eastgate. It has an almost square footprint and is visible from afar thanks to its four light-flooded rotundas. Douglas, Body-Check, C&A, Garry Weber, Vero Moda, and Pandora are just some of the brands that can be found here. In addition, there is an open-air stage, fountains with water games, a children's paradise and a food lounge with 400 seats.

The Marzahn S-Bahn station is connected to the shopping center by a pedestrian bridge.

10. Tempelhof Harbor

Berlin's only shopping center located directly on the waterfront will captivate you with its charming atmosphere.

It’s located on the banks of the Teltow Canal and restaurants on the waterfront, as well as cafés in the harbor area invite you to relax. In the shopping center you can find brands such as H&M, New Yorker, EDEKA, and C&A. Also, there is a day care center for children. The nearest subway stop is Tempelhof.


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