Shopping & Services


Hamburg not only makes the hearts of culture lovers and architecture fans beat faster, shopping enthusiasts will also get their money's worth here. The city is characterized by numerous popular shopping districts full of exclusive offers.

Our Hamburg City Guide

What's that? 

The Hamburg City-Guide is a mobile-optimized website with tips and recommendations for all Convention attendees. The software for the Hamburg City-Guide is provided by PRODUCTMATE. The content has been specially compiled for Convention attendees. Users can find out about various categories such as restaurants, cafés, shopping, experiences, etc., where to go for a good meal or shopping in Hamburg, as well as cultural activities such as visiting a museum or a gallery.

All content (e.g. restaurants, shops, etc.) can be sorted by distance according to the current location of the device userr. In addition, Google Maps provides a direct route description to all content.

Where can I find the City Guide?

The Hamburg City-Guide is not an app and can therefore not be found or downloaded from the App-Store. You can access the Hamburg City Guide from any device (mobile phone, tablet, laptop, etc.) simply via the domain: www.hamburg.productmate.de

PRODUCTMATE will also be on site at the Convention. Go to the Hamburg City-Guide Counter, Messe Mitte entrance (Messeplatz 1, 20357 Hamburg)

 

Popular shopping areas: An Overview

  • Between main station and Rathausmarkt Two of Europe's most visited and best-known shopping streets stretch from Hamburg's Central Station to the Town Hall: Mönckebergstraße ("Mö") and Spitalerstraße ("Spi"). Both large department stores as well as well-known brands can be found here. An excursion to the district between the main train station and the town hall also makes for a lovely evening: in the vicinity there are several theaters, a program cinema and numerous restaurants and cafes. The popular Jungfernstieg is just a stone's throw away.
  • Jungfernstieg and Neuer Wall The Jungfernstieg Boulevard is considered the "Heart of the City Center" and is characterized by a particularly exclusive shopping - in the chic Alsterhaus as well as in the venerable Alsterarkaden. From the promenade you can take a boat tour on the Alster or through the canals. This way you can quickly gain new strength for the next expedition, to the noble Hanse Viertel for example, which is considered the most traditional part of the inner city and is located just around the corner, right next to the shopping streets Neuer Wall and Große Bleichen, which are unique thanks to their well-known designer Stores and the elegant traditional shops.
  • HafenCity Hamburg's youngest district is within walking distance of the city center and attracts visitors with its sweeping Überseeboulevard ideal for relaxed shopping. In addition to flagship stores, the modern district is also filled with many imaginative bars and a cozy tea room. A walk through the impressive HafenCity, home of the world-famous Elbphilharmonie, is well worthwhile: the district is growing and growing and growing.