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Is it high time to go on that wander around the shops? Do you just need a new pair of shoes, or simply want to browse through what's on offer? You can do all of that in Bremen! With its multi-faceted shopping streets, covered passageways and stylish shopping centres, colourful flea markets and authentic weekly markets, our Hanseatic city has an almost infinite variety of shopping experiences. Be inspired by our shopping tips and discover shops you never knew existed. You'll find eclectic boutiques and clusters of specialist traders alongside famous international stores.
Shopping in different city districts
Do you prefer shopping in creative, idiosyncratic boutiques or are you inspired by artisanal crafts? You're sure to find just the right unique, hand-crafted items and gifts in the myriad of unique shops located in Bremen's shopping districts, outside the city centre. Have a closer look at the diverse areas of the city!
Shopping with sustainability in mind is becoming ever more popular in our Hanseatic city. In addition to buying the regional products on offer at the weekly markets, you can also choose to shop in any number of zero waste stores or sell your clothes to one of the pre-loved clothing shops. You might even find a hidden treasure at one of the flea markets.
Shopping for something special
Are you searching for accessories for your bike or dumbbells for working out at home? Bremen has all the specialist shops you could need for your hobbies and leisure pursuits. Browse through the shelves in Bremen's independent shops or be inspired by the range on offer in our major stores. We've put together a few tips you might find interesting here.
Shopping arcades in Bremen
The Lloyd Passage is home to around 30 shops and two major departments stores. Today, it's only the name that is a reminder that these businesses occupy the former site of Lloyd’s North German shipping operations. Since 2003, many VIPs have left behind their hand prints (cast in bronze) as a memento of their visit to the Passage. Having a connection to Bremen was the requirement for this memorial, which is why you'll see hand prints from celebrities such as comedian Hape Kerkeling and satirist Jan Böhmermann.
If you enjoy strolling around shopping centres, a visit to Bremen's Huchting, Walle or Osterholz districts is an absolute must. In the centres there you'll find an excellent selection of shops, chain stores and a variety of food courts, all with free parking.