Shops and boutiques in Frankfurt am Main
Frankfurt am Main is a business and transport center of Germany, a dynamic modern city. Business people respect accuracy and composure, which is why shopping districts are compactly located in the city, streets flow smoothly into one another, which saves time and saves legs.
Popular retail outlets
- If you get off at the Hauptwache metro station, then the Steiveg and Goethestraße streets stretch to the west, and the well-known Zeil to the east. Parallel to the Zeil to the south, there is another shopping street - Töngesgasse. Kaiserstrasse is located not far southwest of the above-mentioned metro station, but you can get out closer - at the Willy-Brandt-Platz station or start exploring the shopping street from the Central Station.
- As for the most expensive brands, it is better to forget about them in Frankfurt am Main. Will be expensive and the choice is poor. If the light is not nice without Armani and D&G, and rest becomes meaningless, then welcome to the Goethestraße haute couture street. The Kaiserstrasse is not far behind in terms of glamor. More democratic brands can be found on the continuation of the Goethestraße - Steinweg and, of course, on the Zeil.
- The Zeil pedestrian street is full of mono-brand boutiques with a narrow specialization, as well as large department stores.. «Peak and Cloppenbur», «Karstadt»,«My zeil», «Zeilgalerie» save customers time, allow you to quickly familiarize yourself with the range of goods in the city, navigate local prices, make purchases and relax with a cup of coffee or something stronger.
- Kaiserstrasse is an old street with preserved sandstone houses, which is rare due to the massive destruction of the city during the Second World War. Here you can find a standard set of expensive retail stores - clothing, jewelry, accessories, interior design, photo and video equipment, art exhibitions and sales, antique shops. The most noticeable of the department stores is the BFG skyscraper. Three floors are allocated for exclusive boutiques.
- The Alt-Sachsenhausen area specializes in art and antiques. On the embankment of the River Main, a flea market is open on Saturdays until approximately 2 p.m..