• Shopping Streets, Markets and Centers in Hamburg

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Mühlenkamp (Shopping Street) a view on the Mühlenkamp Near Gertigstraße, Poelchaukamp - located in the district of Winterhude South. Encircled by the pittoresquw Alster canals in one of the most expensive districts of Hamburg.

The "Mühlenkamp": modern and chic at once

Shops in the Mühlenkamp Street (Hamburg)The Mühlenkamp is located in one of Hamburg's most upmarket districts. And that's what you feel well, when you walk through the Mühlenkamp or adjacent streets (like the Gertigstraße or the Poelchaukamp). Large department stores and Malls don't exist. Even the classic chains such as Douglas are rather the exception. In return, exclusive boutiques and designer shops are strung together.

Who wants to shop here should already have the necessary budget. Designer fashion, exclusive products or craftwork characterize the supply-mix here. And all this in a typical, from the water and the Alster canals surrounded environment.

Shopping is just one possible thing

Concerning F&B you'll find yourself also at a higher level there - but the bandwidth here is less tight. Between fine dining you can also find the "usual" Asians and Italians and the sausage (although everything a bit more noble than in the "Osterstraße" or the "Schanzenviertel").

A special tip for the summer, is to visit one of the cafés directly at the waterside (eg, Café Fiedler's - at the end of the Muehlenkamp, or the beginning of the Hofweg). It is the proximity to the water that makes the Mühlenkamp so charming - so go for it!

Houses along the Alster FleetFor families with children the Muhlenkamp is reasonably suited. Although ther are no public toilets. But who stoppes by in one of the many local cafés and bars or restaurants around bypasses the problem. At the northern end of the Mühlenkamp, on the beautiful Goldbekplatz you also find a well-equipped children's playground.

The accessibility is a little bit tricky. The Mühlenkamp is reached best with bus line 6 and 25. There is no subway station nearby. If you don't want to take a bus,take the U1 from the city towards Norderstedt Mitte, get off at Kellinghusenstraße and change line to U3 direction Barmbek. From there it is two stops to Borgweg. From there on you have to continue by bus. Or from the central station: Take the bus line 6 (the trip will take a quarter of an hour).

Accessible by:

By public transport, for example, from the main station: Take bus 6 towards Borgweg (Station Mühlenweg / Hofweg).

Parking situation:

In the side streets you'll find some possibilities. But the Mühlenkamp is very busy, so we would recommend visitors to take the bus whenever possible.

Further informations:

At the end of the Mühlenkamp, at the Goldbekkanal the restaurant "Bootsmann" is located. Ideal for a good cup of coffee or something to eat

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