Aschaffenburg has a lot to offer - of course also for a relaxed shopping trip. Within walking distance there are numerous stores that invite you to stroll and store.
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Time for a shopping spree in northern Bavaria’s largest shopping centre
City Galerie has everything under one roof, with a total of 70 specialist shops offering everything you can think of. You really are spoilt for choice on a leisurely shopping trip in pleasant surroundings.
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Shopping in Aschaffenburg’s newest quarter
With its numerous shops, restaurants and service providers, generous parking facilities, and office space and medical premises on the upper floors, Dammer Tor Carré has everything you need close at hand. It’s only a short distance to the main train station through the underpass and to the town centre and Damm district.
Welcome to Rossmarkt!
At the heart of Aschaffenburg lies Rossmarkt, a traditionally popular shopping destination that has lost none of its original charm. A whole host of retailers and eateries line the street between Herstall tower and Sandkirche church. The mostly independent shops sell a wide range of products, and you can sit and watch the world go by in the nearby cafés, bistros and restaurants. And while you’re there, you can soak up the music, art and culture all around.
Take time out to explore this pretty shopping area.
This street between Scharfeck and Sandkirche church is another prime location for shopping and eating out. Further information on shops, directions and parking is available on the website of the Sandgasse marketing association.
The neighbourhood association is not a classic advertising association, as one focus of its work is also in the social and cultural area - but the appearance and attractiveness of the neighbourhood and thus the tradespeople are also important to the association. Let yourself be captivated from Frohsinnstrasse to Weißenburger Strasse and Heinsestrasse and experience the flair of the streets around the station. You can find out more about the association and its members on the homepage.