Alstertal Einkaufszentrum (AEZ)

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The 240 shops in the Alstertal Einkaufszentrum offer everything from clothes, accessories and jewellery all the way to gastronomy.

This temple of consumption, with 59,000 square metres, is covered by a long glass dome that keeps visitors warm in the winter but still lets the daylight in.
240 shops offer everything from clothing, accessories and jewellery all the way to gastronomy – including internationally known fashion brands and boutiques such as Aigner, Lacoste, Hollister, Peek & Cloppenburg, Strenesse Blue or even Wolford and Zara as well as in-spots like Starbucks or Gosch Sylt.

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