Sunday shopping in Hamburg

Mellin Passage
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Explore Hamburg and go shopping on Sundays either in the city center or in one of the neighbourhoods!

On four Sundays a year, Hamburg's shops open their doors to welcome locals and guests. Usually, shops in Germany are closed on Sundays. But it is more than only shopping. Cultural events take place all over the city and make Sunday shopping in Hamburg special for the whole family!

The four shopping sundays will take place at the following dates:

  • January 07, 2024 - Sport and health
  • March 24, 2024 - Inclusion and integration
  • September 29, 2024 - Children, youth and family
  • November 03, 2024 - Culture

The shops will open from 1 PM to 6 PM. If you get tired of shopping in the city center, just pop by in one of the many neighbourhoods or shopping malls in Hamburg such as the Mercado Shopping Center in Ottensen, Alstertal Shopping Centre, Elbe Shopping Centre or the "Hamburger Meile".

We recommend to use public transport and hop on one of the many buses or metros in Hamburg to reach the city centre.

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Flohmarkt Flohschanze
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Flohmarkt Flohschanze
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