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Adidas Originals Store Berlin is a branch of the world-famous sportswear manufacturer. As Adidas is a German company, this outlet is one of the best places to shop for its original merchandise. This store is situated in a modern building with a polished glass façade and attractive visual merchandising. The German passion for sports is reflected in the sheer variety of sports clothing and accessories for the entire family. Men can shop for thick hoodies, polo shirts, training jackets, striped shorts, graphic t-shirts and track pants. The women's collection has fancier items such as tank tops in vivid pink hues and blouses with elaborate floral patterns. The children's section sells t-shirts with logos of popular football teams and colorful sneakers. Customers can easily find the products as they are categorized according to the particular games.
One of the biggest and most impressive shopping hubs of Berlin, Berlin Carré is just the ideal place for a fun evening. Located at Alexanderplatz, this center is a perfect blend of retail outlets as well as food joints. Visitors will be spoilt for choice; be it brands, eatables or household necessities. An initiative by the WMBH, the center is located in the heart of the city with the TV tower being in immediate proximity. The center is home to a huge event space, flexible in its nature in terms of hosting any type of event. Fashion shows, Drag shows, Theater performances and Live concerts are a frequent occurring here. The hours of operation differ for every component of the center, as also the events.
The Alexanderplatz 3 location of dm-drogerie markt is by far the most spacious one. This pharmacy houses a wide selection of cosmetics, beauty products, health and wellness supplies which are of high quality but easy on pricing. In addition, the place sells a variety of organic snacks and goodies. If you are planning to travel and looking for a place where you can stock up your cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and toiletries, dm-drogerie markt is a place for you to visit.
It all began in 1949 as a mail order service. The coffee was sent wrapped in towels and handkerchiefs which could then be reused. The strategy of selling coffee accompanied by useful little free gifts was so successful that Tchibo is now Germany's largest coffee shop and is represented on hundreds of high-streets throughout the country. The strategy has changed only slightly since the outset - and Tshibo's branches now sell an assortment of affordable household items alongside their freshly-roasted coffee beans. Plans are afoot to expand throughout Europe.