In plain parisian Berlin, which at the time was the area of french occupation after the war, you will find the Lafayette Galleries, which was built in 1996 by Jean Nouvel. The visit is interesting from an architectural point of view.
This mall, with over 100 years of history, is one of the most emblematic places of Berlin. It opened in 1905, was bombed in World War II and was restored in 1950. During the Cold War it was one of West berlin's symbols of capitalism. Its more than 60,000 square meters contain the best fashion brands, exhibitions, a gourmet supermarket and a restaurant on the top floor with spectacular views.
Under Hauptwache (http://www.Minube.Com/rincon/22722)'s an underground mall that it is worth knowing because it is hard to find supermarkets Frankfurt. It is a kind of El Corte Ingles, called Galeria Kaufhof, and there you can find everything you nedd! We took the opportunity to buy water, tea, and snacks for the trip home.
An exclusive 3-storey shopping center with more than 130 brand name stores, 2 supermarkets, as well as other retail appliance stores, jewelry, accessories and home goods. It offers various dining options, from cakes, ice cream to a pleasant cafe. The Christmas lights display is impressive.