Shopping in Dortmund
Our recommendations for the best shopping in Dortmund
Dortmund is a vibrant city in the heart of the Ruhr region and offers numerous shopping opportunities for every taste. From trendy shopping centres to historic markets, Dortmund has everything your shopping heart desires.
For those looking for a unique shopping experience, Dortmund also offers many markets where you can buy regional specialities and handicrafts. The weekly market at the Alter Markt offers a wide selection of fresh food and flowers as well as art and antiques.
Whether you're looking for a new outfit, jewellery or souvenirs, Dortmund has something for everyone. Let yourself be inspired by the diversity and vibrancy of the city and experience an unforgettable shopping experience.
WESTENHELLWEG & OSTENHELLWEG
Westenhellweg and Ostenhellweg are the most famous shopping streets in Dortmund and offer a wide variety of shops and department stores.
Westenhellweg is one of the longest shopping streets in Europe and stretches for about 1.2 kilometres. Here you will find many well-known international brands, but also local retailers offering their unique products. On Westenhellweg you will find everything from fashion and shoes to electronics and household goods.
Particularly worth seeing is the city's largest shopping centre, Thier-Galerie, which is located at the western end of Westenhellweg. Here you will find a wide selection of international brands and local retailers on five floors. The modern shopping centre also offers a cinema and numerous restaurants and cafés.
Ostenhellweg is another well-known shopping street in Dortmund and stretches over a length of about 800 metres. Here you will find many well-known international brands, but also local retailers offering their unique products. A visit to the Karstadt department stores', located at the western end of Ostenhellweg, is particularly worthwhile. Here you will find everything your shopping heart desires on six floors, from fashion and household goods to cosmetics and jewellery.
Both shopping streets also offer numerous restaurants, cafés and snack bars where you can eat and relax.
Together, Westenhellweg and Ostenhellweg offer a wide range of shopping opportunities for every taste and every budget.
Kampstraße is a well-known shopping street in the centre of Dortmund. The pedestrian zone stretches over a length of about 500 metres and offers a colourful mix of shops, restaurants and cafés.
Here you will find many small boutiques and retailers offering their unique products. Kampstraße is known for its variety of shops specialising in fashion, jewellery, accessories and decoration.
Especially worth seeing are the numerous art galleries and antique shops along the street, which offer a wide selection of artworks and collectibles.
There are also numerous cafés, bakeries and snack bars that invite you to linger for a while.
A special highlight is the Thier-Galerie shopping centre at the western end of Kampstraße. Here you will find a large selection of international brands and local retailers on five floors. The modern shopping centre also offers a cinema and numerous restaurants and cafés.
Kampstraße is definitely a place for those looking for something special. The unique shops and the special flair of the shopping street make it an unforgettable experience.
The Rosenviertel is a trendy district in Dortmund and known for its unique shopping opportunities. The streets are lined with boutiques, galleries and small shops specialising in handicrafts, fashion and antiques.
Particularly worth a visit is the market on the red earth, which takes place every Saturday and offers a wide selection of fresh food, flowers and handmade products. Here you will also find many regional specialities and traditional treats.
The Rose Quarter is also known for its vintage and second-hand shops where you can find unique pieces at reasonable prices. Here you can go treasure hunting and find real bargains.
For art lovers, the Rose Quarter also has a variety of galleries and craft shops offering a wide range of artwork and handmade products.
In addition to the shops, the Rose Quarter also has many cosy cafés and restaurants that invite you to linger. Here you can relax and enjoy the atmosphere of the district.
The Rosenviertel is definitely a place for those who are looking for something special. The unique shops and the special flair of the district make it an unforgettable experience.
Kleppingstraße is one of the most famous shopping streets in Dortmund and a popular destination for shopping enthusiasts. Here you will find a wide range of shops, boutiques and department stores offering a variety of products and services.
A highlight of Kleppingstraße is the Galeria Kaufhof department stores', which covers an area of over 7,500 square metres and offers a wide selection of fashion, shoes, accessories, cosmetics, household goods and much more.
The Saturn electronics store and the SinnLeffers fashion store are also located on Kleppingstraße and offer a wide range of products and brands.
In addition to the large department stores, there are also many small boutiques and specialist shops that specialise in particular products and services. Here you will find everything from vintage fashion and antiques to arts and crafts and jewellery.
Kleppingstraße is also a great place to discover Dortmund's culinary delights. There are many cafés, restaurants and food stalls offering a variety of dishes and drinks. Here you can take a break from shopping and enjoy a cup of coffee or a piece of cake.
All in all, Kleppingstraße offers a diverse and exciting shopping experience for every taste and budget. Whether you're looking for fashion, electronics, jewellery or souvenirs, you're sure to find what you're looking for.
Thier Galerie is the largest shopping centre in Dortmund and offers an enormous selection of shops and restaurants on five floors. The shopping gallery is located at the western end of Westenhellweg, the city's most famous shopping street.
At Thier Galerie you will find numerous international brands such as H&M, Zara, Primark and C&A, as well as well-known German brands such as Esprit, Gerry Weber and s.Oliver. Local retailers are also represented here, offering unique products.
The mall is divided into different sections, including fashion, shoes, jewellery, cosmetics, electronics and household goods. Here you will find everything your shopping heart desires. A highlight is the large selection of sports and leisure wear available in the Puma, Adidas, Foot Locker and JD Sports shops.
In addition to the many shops, there are also a variety of restaurants and cafés in the Thier Galerie. From fast food restaurants such as McDonald's and Burger King to upscale restaurants such as Vapiano and Hans im Glück, there is something for everyone.
Another highlight of the Thier Galerie is the Cinestar cinema, which has 13 cinema screens on two floors and shows a wide range of films.
In summary, Thier Galerie offers a wide range of shopping and entertainment options to suit all tastes and budgets. With its central location and wide range of offers, it is a popular meeting place for locals and visitors alike.
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