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Plan your weekend full of shopping with our tips and highlights and stay in one of your city center hotels across Europe
Plan your ultimate shopping break in European cities and get insider tips
Shopping is a passion for most women - why not combining a shopping trip with a stay in one of our perfectly located city center hotels in the most beautiful cities across Europe. Park Plaza Hotels & Resorts and art'otels are the best starting point to explore the city and to relax after a day full of shopping in the most famous areas. Wander through the cities of Europe and find your favorite shops and highlights. Our collected European shopping tips may help and inspire you. Start planning your shopping weekend now!
Wander through the eight interconnected courtyards of the Hackesche Höfe and enjoy the silence and architecture in the heart of Berlin. You will find small and exclusive shops of designers and young creatives. Select the most suitable hotel in Berlin for you and relax after a full day of shopping!
Minderbroedersstraat in Utrecht
To escape from the busy streets, walk through the Minderbroedersstraat for a large diversity of shops, lunchrooms and restaurants but also children's clothing. You will find shops with tastings and chocolate making workshops or facial and body treatments. Park Plaza Utrecht is conveniently located next to Utrecht Central Station.
Covent Garden in London
The area around Covent Garden is famous for it's fashionable boutiques, theatres & restaurants and is recognized as London's premier entertainment destination. Explore the atmosphere of street art and exclusive shopping and stay in one of our luxury city center hotels in London.
Where to go on you next shopping break? Shopping streets, malls and boutique secrets
Kurfürstendamm (Ku'damm) From luxury boutiques to modern street wear, the boulevard offers it all a lot of possibilities for every shopper's purse
Amsterdam is undeniably the shopping capital of the Netherlands. From trendy to antique Amsterdam has everything to offer and what makes it even more enjoyable is the different personalities that emerge from each of the city's main shopping districts.
Dam Square Area De Bijenkorf, a popular Dutch department store somewhat comparable to the American Bloomingdale's. The many mainstream stores of the nearby Magna Plaza shopping center (behind the Royal Palace) are open seven days a week until 7 p.m. and until 9 p.m. on Thursdays.
Pieter Cornelisz (P.C.) Hooftstraat Amsterdam's mini Fifth Avenue, located in the Museum Quarter neighborhood, is home to high-end classics (Chanel, Gucci, Hermés, Louis Vuitton), jewelry (Chopard, Cartier) and lifestyle stores, as well as several boutiques selling more luxury labels. Azzurro at 142 is the city's only retailer of Christian Louboutin shoes.
De Jordaan Best for discovering hidden treasures in a funky Amsterdam area. It's fun to spend an afternoon getting lost in the maze of tiny streets in the heart of the bohemian-yuppie Jordaan neighborhood, where you'll stumble upon second-hand stores, artist's studios, small boutiques and galleries.
Kalverstraat This pedestrian-only street and its adjacent alleys and "Kalvertoren" shopping center feature a mix of chain clothing stores (Esprit, H&M, Mexx, WE, Zara), dozens of shoe stores, Dutch staple stores like HEMA and a pricey, chic department store, Maison de Bonneterie.