Shopping in Berlin

Shopping in Berlin

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Leaving the MEININGER Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz to the left and head down the road that seems to lead nowhere and you will reach the Winsviertel that has yet remained somewhat untouched by tourists and this is why we highly recommend it. Here SOEUR is hiding – and it’s a real gem. The vintage store is a great find for fans of eccentric pieces. Even designer fashion is sold here for reasonably prices. Take your time and discover clothes that you won’t find in any other vintage store in Berlin.
Soeur, Marienburger Straße 24, Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg: Take Tram M2 to Marienburger Straße or Tram M4 Hufelandstraße




Glücklich am Park

Drink some coffee, eat ice cream or homemade waffles and while you are waiting for the later to be ready, why not go upstairs and check out what their cute shops has to offer? They have nice funky fashion in the second floor! Inside this tiny spot it can be a bit packed – so if the sun is shining, try to get a seat outside enjoying some moments of hipster spotting who stroll down Kastanienallee. Oh, by the way, good thing is: if you have really bought that nice dress, it is just a quick walk back to MEININGER Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz, so you don’t have to “schlepp” it along, when you loose yourself in vibrant Mitte or Prenzlauer Berg.
Glücklich am Park, Kastanienallee 54, Berlin-Mitte: Walking distance to U-Bahn Station U8 Rosenthaler Platz and walking distance to MEININGER Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz


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Shops around the Hackescher Markt

Only one stop from MEININGER Hotel Berlin Central Station you will find one of the shopping meccas Berlin. The streets between Hackescher Markt and Neue Schönhauser Strasse will serve every shopping junkie just perfectly fine. If you can’t spend money here you might be simply immune to all those fashion stores, designer labels and all those individual shops. The further you leave from Hackescher Markt the more unusual and individual shops you will find.
Rosenthaler Straße, Hackesche Höfe, Auguststraße, Alte Schönhauser Straße, Berlin-Mitte: Everything between S-Bahn Station Hackescher Markt and U-Bahn Station U8 Rosenthaler Platz

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