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Tips and places to go for unforgettable shopping experiences in Frankfurt

An exciting shopping adventure full of variety and surprises awaits you in Frankfurt! From trendy shopping centres to charming shopping streets, the city has everything a shopper's heart desires.

Immerse yourself in the colourful hustle and bustle of the Zeil pedestrian zone and discover an exciting mix of well-known international brands and charming local shops. The MyZeil shopping mall, for example, will not only delight architecture lovers! Here, you will find an almost endless selection of boutiques and restaurants that invite you to linger and explore.

For an authentic shopping experience, you should definitely plan a visit to one of the weekly farmers' markets! Fresh produce and regional specialities await you here to enchant your senses. The Kleinmarkthalle is a real treasure for gourmets! Be inspired by the time-honoured market hall's variety of delicacies and fresh ingredients and enjoy the lively atmosphere.

Take a break at one of the city's countless cosy cafés and bistros and enjoy the hustle and bustle of the metropolis on the River Main. Here, you'll have the chance to soak up the atmosphere over a coffee or a snack.

And don't forget to pick up a special souvenir of your time in Frankfurt! Numerous shops and stalls offer individual souvenirs that perfectly capture the flair of the city and will remind you of your shopping experiences for a long time to come.

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Shopping centres in Frankfurt

The Skyline Plaza impresses with a mix of well-known brands and spectacular views of the Frankfurt skyline. MyZeil not only impresses with its architectural beauty, but also with its diverse shopping and dining options.

The Nordwestzentrum is a popular meeting place for shopping in a pleasant atmosphere. And the Main-Taunus-Zentrum in Sulzbach, the largest shopping centre in the region, offers a colourful selection for the whole family.

And last but not least: The Hessen Centre is yet another retail highlight, delighting visitors with its diversified range of shops and entertainment options for young and old. Immerse yourself in the world of shopping and experience Frankfurt at its best!

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Shopping streets in Frankfurt

The city offers a wealth of charming shopping streets that attract shopping enthusiasts from all over the world.

Frankfurt offers a wealth of charming shopping streets that attract shopping enthusiasts from all over the world.

The Zeil, one of the most famous shopping streets in Germany, attracts shoppers with a fascinating mix of international brands and local boutiques, while Berger Straße in Bornheim enchants with its charming flair and a variety of cosy shops, cafés and restaurants.

In the Westend district, Leipziger Straße awaits you with exclusive boutiques and elegant shops, while the Freßgass' (officially Grosse Bockenheimer Straße) delights foodies with delicatessens and a variety of restaurants and cafés. The adjacent Goethestraße is the epicentre of luxury shopping, featuring exclusive luxury brands and high-end boutiques. The luxury experience is complemented by Neue Rothofstraße, which runs parallel to Goethestraße.

In the Sachsenhausen district, Brückenstraße attracts visitors with its alternative flair and creative boutiques, while Kaiserstraße in the lively Station District offers a colourful selection of restaurants with international and national cuisine.

So whether you're looking for fashion, jewellery, culinary delights or just a relaxing stroll, Frankfurt has something special for every taste and every budget.

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Weekly farmers' markets

Experience the vibrant heart of the East End at its weekly farmers' market, where local farmers and traders not only offer fresh produce and culinary specialities, but also promote sustainable shopping. The Bornheim weekly market attracts shoppers with its charming flair and a variety of handmade treats and local delicacies. At the weekly market in Schillerstraße, you will not only find fresh food, but also a touch of culture and history for which this historical neighbourhood is so well known. 

Immerse yourself in the picturesque setting of Höchst at its weekly market, which is surrounded by historical buildings and a colourful range of fresh, regional products. Bockenheim's weekly market on Kurfürstenplatz offers a lively atmosphere and a variety of regional delicacies in one of the city's liveliest neighbourhoods. 

The farmers' market at the Konstablerwache is a weekly meeting place for locals and visitors alike that is definitely not to be missed. Every Thursday and Saturday, local producers offer fresh produce that reflects the diversity and quality of the region. It's the market where people meet without having arranged to meet beforehand.

Finally, Sachsenhausen's weekly market enchants with its relaxed atmosphere and an abundance of fresh ingredients and regional specialities, set amidst the hustle and bustle of the district. So make sure to come by and discover the unique charms and flavours of Frankfurt's weekly markets! You'll be glad you did.


Kleinmarkthalle, a 1,500-sq/m indoor market hall, is a culinary paradise beyond compare.

Every day, with the exception of Sundays, the Kleinmarkthalle attracts visitors with 156 market stalls selling not only a variety of fresh foods, but also flowers, herbs, spices and more. In addition to local specialities, including the famous Frankfurt Green Sauce, you will also find imported delicacies hailing from all over the world. For those who work up an appetite while strolling around, numerous stalls offer the opportunity to enjoy their varied delicacies freshly prepared on the spot.

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Frankfurt Souvenirs

An even larger selection of gift ideas from Frankfurt is available at our Tourist Information Office Römer!

Snuggle Jug

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Snuggle "Gerippte"

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Miniature "Bembel" keychain

with shopping trolley chip

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