Affectionately referred to as the “Kö”, Königsallee is a magnificent avenue, a top fashion address and a festival ground all in one. Divided by the long town moat and at the same time bound together by decorative bridges, sculptures and fountains, it is counted among the world‘s loveliest boulevards. While the west side is firmly in the hand of banks, the east side, with its upscale, exclusive shopping palaces and arcades, extends an alluring invitation to go shopping. Here you will find everything that is aristocratic and expensive and has a big name. Not only are there stores selling ladies‘ and men‘s clothing, shoes, jewellery and antiques, but also auction houses and eating places.
More than 60 exclusive stores on 7 floors under one roof: multimedia, young fashion, accessories and interior design.
Königsallee 56, Tel. 0211 8632760
Everything about design and living, trends for solid interior decoration. 43 stores with the newest designs for living and ambience.
Grünstraße 15, Tel. 0211 86228113
Three-stroey central forum with a large ornate glass dome, four malls and one upper gallery on approx. 15000 m². More than 100 stores, boutiques and speciality stores.
Königsallee 60, Tel. 0211 867810
Shopping mall with approx. 70 stores and offices, the Ristorante La Terrazza (see under restaurants) is located here.
Königsallee 30, Tel. 0211 1715717
Aigner, Königsallee 60,
Tel. 0211 3230955
Escada, Königsallee 86,
Tel. 0211 131700
Giorgio Armani, Königsallee 72,
Tel. 0211 866300
Gucci, Königsallee 40,
Tel. 0211 8632810
Jil Sander, Königsallee 62,
Tel. 0211 328444
JOOP!, Königsallee 56,
Tel. 0211 8681441
Louis Vuitton, Königsallee 20,
Tel. 0211 323230
Prade, Königsallee 34a,
Tel. 0211 865780
Swarovski, Königsallee 82-84,
Tel. 0211 324077
At the end of the “Kö“-Graben is not only the Kö’s landmark, the Tritonenbrunnen. From there you can also turn off to Schadowstraße, one of the top-selling and most-visited shopping streets in Germany with a vast variety of goods.