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Berlin shops and markets

Berlin shops and markets

    Berlin central street - Kurfurstendamm, also called Ku'damm is full of different shops - there are prestigious boutiques and small shops with cheap souvenirs. The most of Berlin citizens prefer to make shopping here, but the neighboring streets between Breitscheidplatz and Olivaer Platz are also popular.
    Another big shopping thoroughfare is Tauentzienstrasse, especially recommended if you are looking for fashionable women's wear.

    Usually the prices here are little bit lower than on Kurfurstendamm. Here you can find Europa Center -the main Berlin shopping centre. In the end of the street stands KaDeWe - classical supermarket, the biggest one in the continental Europe.
    Kurfurstendamm and Tauentzienstrasse together form the shopping boulevard 3 of 4 kilometers long.
    Kempinski Plaza a place for those, seeking for chic - here the most exclusive designers boutique are concentrated. Along Bleibtreustrasse one will find more avant-garde wear.
    For budget travelers it will be interesting and useful to drop into Wilmersdorferstrasse with its sales centers and a lot of discounts.
    Now the merchants and government are trying to develop the Eastern Berlin. Less than two decades ago it was a place where were nothing to buy. Now the situation has changed completely. On Unter den Linden and the main street of this district - Friedrichstrasse appeared elite boutiques with clothes and elegant porcelain. The famous but rather gloomy Alexanderplatz has more cheap shops. On the corner of the Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse and Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse stands the largest shopping centre of the Eastern Berlin - Berliner Markthalle.
    Art objects and books can be found on Charlottenburg, Savigny Platz and Bleibeustrasse.
    The most of the shops are open till 6 or 6.30 pm, on Saturdays - till 2pm.
    In Berlin there also more than 70 markets working several times a week.
    Some of these markets:
    Winterfeldplatz (Schoneberg) is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8 am till 2 pm. It's one of the cheapest markets in Berlin and is always overcrowded.
    Turkenmarkt. Landwehrkanal. The best day for visiting it is Friday. Here you can find exotic flavors, Turkish cuisine, fabrics and carpets.
    There are a lot of flea markets in Berlin where you can always find something interesting.
    Strasse des 17. Juni. The market is located near the railway station Tiergarten. The market works every Saturday and Sunday from 10 am till 5 pm. The market is popular among the art-lovers and collectors of art objects.
    Grosser Trodelmarkt. Open every Sunday from 8 am till 4 pm. Here you can find second-hand wear, old crockery.
    Berlinert Antik und Flohmarkt. Open every Saturday and Sunday from 11 am till 5 pm. For those, who are looking for jewelry and paintings.
    Privater Trodel Open every Sundayfrom 8 am till 3 pm. Old clothes, dishes - everything that can be found on the old Berlin garrets.


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