Hamburg's Shopping Arcades

Clothes, culture, culinary art: up to 20 shopping arcades in Hamburg enable visitors to shop in elegant, urban or hanseatic ambiance. Not only in bad weather these sheltered shopping arcades are worth being visited beacause of their many cafés, restaurants, exclusive stores and odd shops as well. There is a whole district of shopping arcades to discover between Gänsemarkt, Jungfernstieg and the central station of Hamburg.


(Hanseviertel / Christian Spahrbier)

You'll find some maritime ambiance in the Hanseviertel, a shopping arcade containing more than 60 boutiques and speciality shops. Visitors from all over the world come here to purchase concert tickets, accessory, furniture and leather goods. If you take the car you can use the parking deck next to the Hanseviertel. Thus you avoid a long search of parking space.

Große Bleichen 30 (Neustadt)
Tel: +49 (0)40 34 80 93-0


(Galleria / ibid.)

This shopping arcade appeals to visitors looking for a shopping tour in a stylish ambiance. The Art Deco style of the building is often associated with a visit to an ancient theater or to a vaudeville show. There are up to 20 retail stores, spa shops and luxury restaurants.

Große Bleichen 21 (Neustadt)
Tel: +49 (0)40 48 62 00-0

Europa Passage

(Europa Passage / Christian Spahrbier)

If you do not feel bothered by the city bustle, go visit the Europa Passage which connects the Mönckebergstraße with the end of the Jungfernstieg. The shopping arcade has a size of 30,000 square meters. Thereby it is Hamburg's largest inner-city shopping mall and in addition it is used to current trends and designs for cultural events.

Ballindamm 40 (Altstadt)
Tel: +49 (0)40 30 09 264-0

Mellin Passage

(Mellin-Passage / Sven Schwarze)

The Mellin Passage connects the Alsterarkaden with the luxury shopping street Neuer Wall. With the picturesque ceiling paintings the shopping mall is a real find for tourists alongside their shopping spree.

Neuer Wall 13

Mellin Passage


(Alsterarkaden / Andreal Valbracht)

Outgoing from the Inner Alster the Alsterarkaden on the Alsterfleet are creating a touch of Venetian flair and taking visitors on a journey into the 19th century: The over 100-year-old shopping arcade was built after the great fire of 1844. Today, it is standing next to modern shopping streets such as the Jungfernstieg or the Neuer Wall.

Alsterarkaden 10 (Neustadt)



(Kaufmannshaus / RFR Management)

The renovated Kaufmannshaus is located in the immediate vicinity of the Alsterarkaden. It is a typical Hamburg Kontorhaus in Hanseatic Wilhelminian style that lives up to its name: A concierge welcomes the guests of the Kaufmannhaus in the lobby so that they get a feeling of exclusivity and luxury in addition to specialty shops, restaurants and offices.

Große Bleichen 31
Tel: +49 (0)69 71 71 29 9-03


(Levantehaus / Sven Schwarze)

Hamburg fans can find the typical Hanseatic flair in the Levantehaus. The rising sun as a destination of sailors is still the symbol of the old office building. The shopping arcade includes a luxury hotel and a gallery that Hamburger artists can use to expose their works of art.

Mönckebergstraße 7
Tel: +49 (0)40 32 68 16

Hamburger Hof

(Hamburger Hof / Oxfordian Kissuth)

The Hamburger Hof connecting the famous Jungfernstieg to Post Street has a long tradition: in the mid-19th century another shopping arcade was build at the Jungfernstieg. In the 70ies, the building became the Hamburger Hof. Nowadays the façade of sandstone in the Neo-Baroque style recalls its long history.

Between Jungfernstieg 26–28 and Poststraße 12
Tel: +49 (0)40 35 01 68-0


(Bleichenhof / ebd.)

The Bleichenhofpassage near Rödingsmarkt is a great shopping arcade for visitors who like to get a lot of daylight during their shopping tour. Spice and carpet shops are creating a flair of foreign cultures. The shopping marathon in the Bleichenhofpassage can be finished with a cocktail.

Große Bleichen 35 (Neustadt)
Tel: +49 (0)40 80 80 54 90

Gänsemarkt Passage

(Gänsemarkt Passage / ebd.)

From the Bleichenhofpassage it is not far to the Gänsemarkt and the Gänsemarktpassage. Here trendsetter can discover international fashion trends, individual streetwear and some hip brands. In a bistro or an ice cream parlor shopaholics, friends and families can relax from the bustle of the big city.

Gänsemarkt 50 (Neustadt)
Tel: +49 (0)40 35 01 68-0


(Wandelhalle / ibid.)

Travelers cannot avoid the Wandelhalle in Hamburg Central Station. Shops, culinary offerings and various service providers are open all year round. A visit to the Wandelhalle is suitable for shopping tours, a short shopping after work or even for a small gift that visitors buy before the train leaves.

Glockengießerwall 8-10 (St. Georg)
Tel: +49 (0)40 33 12 13