Besides the large amount of attractions and activities, an afternoon of shopping is one of the most popular things to do in Berlin. Shopping in a foreign country is especially nice because there are different brands, shops and trends to be found. In our article about the best shopping areas you could already read that Berlin has enough to offer for shopping-fanatics. However if sale and discounts is what you are looking for you might want to consider visiting the designer outlet Spandau.

Sale in Berlin

Quite often we receive comments on this blog of people who are looking for the latest sale in Berlin. We all love buying expensive brands and products for a discounted price. In the normal shopping areas, you can find bigger sales two times a year: In September the summer is over and in January/February the winter-clothes have to be sold out. But if you love discounts and bargains, you should go and check out the outlet in Spandau as they have sale every month of the year.

Spandau Outlet Entrance
The entrance of the outlet Berlin

Designer Outlet Spandau

The designer outlet in Spandau is like a small city full with shops instead of houses. All the famous brands have their own shop here and the best thing is that you will only find products on sale here. The brands offer outdated collections or products which cannot be sold in normal stores for whatever reason. The sale mostly starts around 30% but can go up to 80%. Because all the large brands are represented in the designer outlet Spandau, you will have a great afternoon here if you love to go shopping.

Spandau Outlet
The outlet Berlin is like a small city of shops

Discounts on Nike, Esprit, Superdry and more…

Altogether you can expect more than 100 different shops in this outlet in Berlin. From sport-brands like Nike, Adidas and Puma to more fashionable brands like Superdry, Mexx, Diesel and Timberland. Besides clothing you can also find other products in the outlet: Häagen Dasz, Home&Cook, Rituals and Lindt are just a few examples. If you want to see a full list of shops in the designer outlet Spandau, you can click here.

Nike Store Spandau Outlet
Products on sale at the Nike store

How to get to the outlet in Spandau?

Probably you got the message: If you are looking for sale in Berlin, the outlet in Spandau will satisfy your needs. The only small problem could be that the outlet is located about 30km from Alexanderplatz. Here are the easiest ways to reach the outlet in Spandau:

By Car
In the end it is most easy to reach the outlet by car. It will take you about 20-25 minutes to drive from the center of Berlin and there is plenty of parking-space.

Free Shuttle Bus
The outlet Spandau is offering a free shuttle bus on Fridays and Saturdays. It takes about 30 minutes and departs from Kurfürstendamm. It leaves every day at 09.00AM and 01.00PM. The drives back start at 02.00PM and 07.00PM. Please check the link below for the most recent timetable and information.

Public Transport
You can also reach the outlet by public transport: From several stations (Südkreuz, Potsdamer Platz, Hauptbahnhof) you just have to take the regional train (RE4) towards Rathenow and get off at Bahnhof Elstal. From there you take bus 662 to the main entrance of Designer Outlet Berlin.

More information on how to reach the Designer Outlet Berlin, can be found here.

Spandau Outlet Berlin
Well organised and clean: Spandau Outlet

Practical Information

The opening-hours of the outlet in Spandau are from 10.00 – 18.00. Unfortunately the outlet is closed on Sundays so then you have to find your sale in Berlin somewhere else. The entrance is free (obviously) and also the parking does not cost anything. Personally I really enjoyed the designer outlet Spandau and found some great bargains there. The latest information, events and updates can be found on the website below.

Name: Designer Outlet Spandau
Address: Alter Spandauer Weg 1, 14641 Wustermark OT Elstal
Opening hours: 10.00 – 20.00 (Closed on Sundays)
Website: Outlet Berlin

Author

My Name is Job and originally from the Netherlands. In 2012, a girl I met in Australia motivated me to move to Berlin. I love to share the best places, activities and events in Berlin with you on my blog.

6 Comments

    • He Danny,

      I am not completely sure if there are always taxi’s waiting in front of the outlet. But you can always take a number or order one in advance for a specific time.

      Good luck!

  1. Which ticket is required to go there by bus? Does it come in C zone?

    • Job Reply

      Hey Kuzz,

      Yes, it should normally be zone C. But in the bus you can always ask the driver and pay over there if you want to be sure.

      Have fun!

      Job

  2. Hi Job,
    How far is the Spandau outlet from Gendarmenmarkt? We will be visiting in August for just half a day in Berlin (by cruise), so time is quite limited.
    Thank you in advance!

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