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The Königsstrasse is the main shopping area in Kassel. It's approximately 1.5km long and one shop neighbors the next.
There are two shopping malls (although by no means comparable to an American mall), the City Point and the Königsgalerie. Both are worth a visit, but I prefer the latter as there's a nice ice cream place to relax.
If in Kassel in December, you will find the Königsstrasse altered completely, as the local Christmas market takes place there. At Whitsun, the Stadtfest turns the street into a 1-mile party area with music, food and entertainment.
What to buy: Shop for clothes - what else?
An interesting shop is located in the Königsgalerie: It sells handicrafts from Third World countries. Furthermore, there are several good bookshops, for example Hugendubel in City Point. Unfortunately, good CD shops basically don't exist. You may try Saturn Media Store in City Point or Müller just next to Königsplatz, but both will probably only have the mainstream stuff.
What to pay: the same as everywhere in Germany
Updated Jul 26, 2007