Hamburg’s best kept Shopping Secret!

FullSizeRenderEppendorf has got to be Hamburgs best kept shopping district secret – a lovely tidy area just a few stops away from the centre of town – saunter down the pretty tree lined streets with Art Nouveau houses and simply enjoy one quaint boutique after another…image9-2 IMG_6250

To get there take the U3 to Eppendorfer Baum, once outside the station take a sharp left, walk under the bridge and keep walking down Eppendorfer Baum Str.

I loved Classico Eppendorf, notice now that they have an online shop but had not heard about them before. Tried on  some cute dresses:

Petra Teufel can be found in the concept store just next along as well as down Landstrasse. Her online shop is farfetch.com – we have all heard of that one right 😉

Picture from Petra Teufel.com

Evelin Brandt – a designer from Berlin has a super shop at the end on the corner – got my Mum to try on some cute stuff here 😉 Love the soft fabrics she uses!

From here  cross the road and walk back down. We loved the shop Aust and made friends with the most adorable shop assistant there – (thanks again for the coffee and great style advice).

Love the colour on my Mum…needless to say we did not walk out empty handed from here!

Walking under the train bridge – stop to take in the view of the Alster:

IMG_6243Then stop for coffee and cake at Leysieffer ( am getting hungry all over again just thinking about it)…

There is more shopping down Hochallee but we simply crossed the road and walked back to the U3 – stopping off at The P Cookery on the way back – a cute make your own jewellery shop – to make a little bracelet as a present to take back…

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All in all a successful days shopping and sightseeing – highly recommendable to anyone visiting Hamburg!

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