Everything your heart desires!
In Kleve a special shopping experience awaits you - tradition is very important here. Let yourself be inspired!
But also Dusseldorf is not far away - here you will find everything you are looking for. Whether luxury items, designer brands, or small playful stores.
Shops where service and quality are of the utmost importance!
The shop where her great-great-grandmother had her knives cut, the pharmacy where she got her aspirin, the shop where she picked out a new handbag and found the right shoes to go with: All these shops still exist! Likewise, the store where your great-great-grandfather took measurements for a new suit and found a suitable hat a few doors down, or the place where her great-grandparents bought the first furniture and where her grandfather ordered books. In all these shops you can still buy almost the same products today, often even with the same family! Did you know that? That's more than 200 years of tradition and quality in Kleve - and we're really proud of that.
Shopping Complex in the town center
In the city center, the shopping center New Center was built. The covered passage offers attractive wholesale and retail shops on 9000 square meters of floor space. There are also cultural events and innovative ideas of the business world make for unusual shopping experiences.
Around the New Center, the selection and quality of the purchase offer has grown steadily and become more attractive. Numerous cafes and restaurants invite you to socialize.
Modern shopping wishes are fulfilled here
In the upper Klever district, the Tönnissen Center and the EOC meet the modern shopping needs. There are department stores, clothing and specialty shops, drugstores, discounters and cafes.
[30,000 m² Elephant Upper Town Center
In the Oberstadt area, customers can find over 30,000 m2 of supermarkets and large chains in the EOC, the elephant-Oberstadtcentrum. Here, the famous elephant shoes were made for years. Nearly 600 free parking spaces allow for quick shopping and if you still feel like a little trip into the past, you can visit the shoe museum in the former administrative building of the factory.
Every day another market
Every day of the week there is a market in Kleve. At 16 districts not surprising. The central markets are the Saturday market at the Linde car park and the farmer's market at Haus Riswick, which offers the products of local producers every Thursday.
Transport for a comfortable shopping trip
The long shopping street is connected to the city bus, which transports customers from the EOC through the pedestrian zone to the station.
Weekly and flea markets
Visit the market on Carlsplatz: Here you will find regional specialties and goods from all parts of the world, as in all markets in Düsseldorf. Old books, records, pieces of furniture and other treasures are offered by the numerous flea markets and flea markets.
Shopping in the City South - Friedrichstraße
South of the Königsallee begins the quarter around the Friedrichstraße, the appropriate point of contact for the daily errands: close together are super and drugstores, pharmacies, bakeries and flower shops - also the largest and bestsortierteste bookstore in the city.
Unterbilk und Flingern
Urban scene district for explorers
Off the well-known shopping miles Königsallee, Old Town and Clarstadt urban neighborhoods have established themselves in some parts of the city. Especially on the Loretto street in Unterbilk and between Acker- and Birkenstraße in Flingern, lovers of individual trend products will find what they are looking for. From furniture to jewelery and clothing to the art of young, up-and-coming designers as well as vintage highlights. The mix of residential districts, trendy bars, restaurants from snack bars to luxury class and countless small and large boutiques, factories, second-hand shops, galleries and agencies make up the charm of the two districts.
Short ways on the north road
From designer furniture to bridal wear and corsetry to gift and jewelry studios, Nordstraße, which is not far from the old town, pampers its shoppers with an offer that leaves nothing to be desired. Cosmetics, hairdressers, pharmacies, bakers, butchers and catering companies ensure that the Pempelfortern in their district lacks nothing.
Little Tokyo - the Immermannstraße
More than 7,000 Japanese live in Dusseldorf. The Japanese district is located around the Immermannstraße. From Japanese food and books to kimonos and vases you will find almost everything the Japanese heart desires for your daily needs.
From Art Deco to weekly market - around Carlstadt
The shopping district for art lovers is directly adjacent to the old town: the Carlstadt offers historic flair and a large collection of exclusive antique shops, jewelry shops, galleries and art shops.
Avant-garde and trends - the old town
The old town offers much more than bars and restaurants. In addition to souvenirs, you will also find boutiques and avant-garde shops with curious and trendy. The Old Town is the city's premier address for fashion trends, art and design. The combination of museums and galleries, boutiques and gastronomy makes shopping in the Old Town extremely varied.
Large offer - the Schadowstraße
If you like it less expensive and just want to fill up your wardrobe, is on the Schadowstraße in good hands. It is one of the top-selling and most visited shopping street in Germany. Numerous department stores and shops line both sides of the street, which connects directly to the Königsallee. The well-known fashion chains, department stores and especially shoe stores offer a huge selection.
Pure luxury - the Königsallee
It is considered the most exclusive kilometer of Germany, a trademark of Düsseldorf and is a must for every visitor: the renowned Königsallee, also affectionately called "Kö". On the splendor boulevard are the branches of all renowned noble designers at home, even high-class jewelers, perfumeries, porcelain and antique shops leave hardly a luxury wish unfulfilled. In the shopping malls on and near the Kö can also be window shopping on rainy days. Conversely, on sunny days: just out! Sitting in one of the sidewalk cafes, you can easily watch strollers. In addition to shopping, the Kö also stands for: "See and be seen".