Located on Hermannplatz, where Kreuzberg meets Neukolln, Karstadt was one of the most revolutionary buildings to be ... More
Karstadt am Hermannplatz
Located on Hermannplatz, where Kreuzberg meets Neukolln, Karstadt was one of the most revolutionary buildings to be constructed in Berlin before the War. Opened in 1929 as Europe's biggest department store, it had its own underground station and art deco twin towers that were strikingly reminiscent of a Manhattan skyscraper. Wartime bombs left little of its original grandeur intact, yet it was promptly rebuilt and is still one of Berlin's most pòpular department stores. The interior which is sorted according to themes like fashion, living and personality. In the personality section, you'll come across items such as rubbers. The basement contains a gourmet food hall - a great contrast to the gastronomic environment outside on Hermannplatz, which is dominated by dodgy doners, greasy sausages and the inevitable BigMac.
Karstadt Hamburg Wandsbek is the largest of its kind in Europe. No matter what discipline you need equipment for, the
store has it all on its four floors. Everyone from golfers and swimmers to joggers can find something here. ...
Known as 'Wulle' to the locals, who make good use of Berlin's 24 branches, Germany's first Woolworth was established in
Bremen in 1927. This American warehouse set out to conquer the German market as a discount store in the ...
This branch of the famous Parisian department store helps add a touch of Mediterranean elegance to the somewhat austere German
capital. Situated in Friedrichstadt Passagen shopping center on Friedrichstraße , eastern Berlin's premier shopping street, the store offers the ...