Shops and Hamburg markets
Hamburg takes a worthy place among the cities,attractive to make purchases. Connoisseurs of New York's Fifth Avenue or Oxford Street in London will not be disappointed in Hamburg. He is one of those cities where the passion for shopping poses a difficult choice, and sightseeing can go by the wayside. Although shopping malls in Hamburg - also a local landmark. They are here more than in other European cities. It seems to be on the streets, and the air is fresh, but from the weather is reliably protected.
- Street Neuer Wall impresses with its exquisiteshopping Hugo Boss, Giorgio Armani, Versace, Escada, Burberry, Hermes, Louis Vuitton. It also placed luxury jewelry boutiques, shops finest porcelain, decoration, business and writing utensils. On a set of boutiques street can be compared with the central streets of other fashion capitals of Europe.
- On Monckebergstrasse street and its companionSpitalerstrasse there are many department stores: Karstadt, Horten, Kaufhof. Brinkmann - a huge store, which is more like men as trading various technical devices. Who knows, maybe you'll get there a pneumatic, or small concrete mixer, and then lucky it home? Not necessarily to buy, you can just spend time while trying on dresses companion in a nearby department store.
- Eppendorf district is also famous for its trade. There is no snobbish boutiques, but there is a book, wine, gift, antique shops. Escape from the city to help the many restaurants and cinemas.
- The fish market is required to visit. He was more than three centuries. As in the old days it was called daylight - at 5 am and runs until 10 am. This early opening is due to tradition - before the church service, it is necessary to have time to sell. Fish and seafood are presented here for every taste and color. But the fish - not the entire range of the market. Most occupied by fruits and vegetables, sausages, and other goodies. Trade is conducted in the indoor pavilion and in the open air. On the second floor of the pavilion is a seafood restaurant.