Clarion Congress Hotel Usti nad Labem
Spitalske namesti 3517
Usti nad Labem, 40001
Phone: (420) 270 004200
Fax: (420) 270 004255
A versatile shopping center, Kaufpark Dresden is located in the heart of Prohlis. A modern shopping mall, it houses 72 stores, which sell a variety of products, that range from clothes, accessories, home decor and furnishings. To a name a few, the mall includes brands like Deichmann, Street One, Thalia, C & A and Florentine. Apart from the massive shopping area, Kaufpark also offers a lot of options for dining, that are sure to please everyone's taste. Regular events and programs also take place at the mall, to keep shoppers entertained.
Bäckerei Möbius is a privately-owned chain of bakeries that is present all over the country. Located on Caspar-David-Friedrich-Straße in Strehlen district, this outlet is a charming place with tall windows and cute, cozy interiors. Offering a wide range of freshly baked, delicious goodies like cupcakes, cookies and doughnuts among others, Bäckerei Möbius is known for its high quality products. Apart from these, they also take orders for customized wedding and birthday cakes and customized cupcakes, that are not only drool-worthy but also fantastic to look at. Drop in for their frog-themed cupcakes, they're delish!
"Wochenmärkte" means "farmer's market" in German. The Wochenmärkte at Schillerplatz is among the most popular farmer's market in Dresden. It is located at the western foot of Blaues Wunder (Blue Wonder), a famous bridge over the Elbe river. This triweekly market is set up for the whole day on Tuesdays and Thursdays and only in the mornings on Saturday. It is a great place to sample typical local dishes and shop for ingredients for home cooking while basking in the warm sunshine. Its proximity to the Schillerplatz railway station makes it all the more attractive with locals.
A welcome addition to Blasewitz district of the city, Amely's is a kid's store with a range of products for babies and toddlers. You'll fid here a good selection of shoes, strollers, toys, books and even items like playpens, car seats and such. Many of the offered merchandise is previously owned and quite well-maintained. Apart from this, there is also a limited collection of baby clothes and maternity wear. The prices at this conveniently located store are pretty reasonable and the staff is quite helpful; a good place to shop before your bundle of joy arrives.
Konsum is a consumer cooperative supermarket with more than 30 outlets all over Saxony. It offers high-quality groceries, foodstuffs and essential household items at reasonable prices. At this outlet, customers can shop for grain, meat, fresh fruits and vegetables, varieties of cheese and premium wine. With a commitment to poverty reduction and environmental protection, it believes in organic products and fair trade practices and offers regional as well as imported food that has been grown or processed via sustainable methods.
Netto Marken-Discount is a major supermarket chain with over 4000 branches all over Germany. Unlike other discount supermarket retailers who sell their own line of products at low prices, Netto Marken-Discount offers concessions on well-established brands. One can shop for packaged food items such as fruits, vegetables, jams, sauces, baking powder, cooking fat, coffee, wine and cheese. Other merchandise includes household items such as soaps and detergents, travel accessories, school bags and water bottles, hair dryers, cosmetics and personal care products. You can even find higher priced gadgets such as cycles and electronics. Separate sections such as a drugstore and a flower shop sell specialty merchandise.
This unusually large bookshop stocks practically everything and is situated not far from the main university building. As well as the usual student books, BTU has comprehensive collections of law and economics books and also language aids, foreign language books, many travel guides and maps as well as magazines and even erotica. Don't forget cookery books, diaries, humorous books, romances and stationery too. Despite the name, there is plenty at Buchhandlung Technische Universität for non-academics.
Nürnberger Ei is a square and shopping district in Souther Dresden. Originally boasting of thick foliage, spacious villas and universities, some of its grandeur was ruined during World War II due to the 1945 air raids. However, it still retains numerous residential buildings standing proudly and exhibiting Art Nouveau architecture. Today, it has become a major district of suburban Dresden and has plenty of services and shopping attractions. There is an abundance of banks, post offices, pharmacies, health clinics, hair salons and travel agencies. One can shop for flowers, electronics, household products, watches, jewelry, accessories, stationery and gifting items. After engaging hours of shopping, visitors can savor local dishes at one of the plenty restaurants in the vicinity of this square.
Conrad Electronics SE is a retail chain that has more than 25 stores all over Germany. Their store in Dresden is located on Friedrich-List-Platz, in Südvorstadt district and it offers more than 500,000 electronic appliances and products belonging to brands like Samsung, Apple, Philips and Voltcraft, to name a few. The retail brand also offers several hobby products like camping gears, fitness equipments, gardening utensils among many other things. Open Mondays through Saturdays, between 10a and 8p, Conrad stores often offer heavy discounts and offers on their products, check their website for more information.
Located between Südvorstadt and Seevorstadt, City Center Passage is a multi-functional space that caters to a wide demographic. Although it may be considered a shopping center, primarily, given major brands and services like Conrad and Rewe that are located here, it also offers numerous business services and facilities. Here you will find event spaces available on rent, which are perfect for social and business events like high school reunions, formal meetings, conventions and symposiums. Apart from this, it is also home to Ampere, the Italian restaurant.
Sachsenmarkt is a weekly farmer's market, which is set up at Lingnerallee every Friday. A stroll through this market is a great way to acquaint oneself with the local food, cuisine and produce. This market is replete with colorful stalls selling bottles of honey, meat, cheese, fresh vegetables and fruits. It is popular for goat cheese produced in the German town of Rochlitz. Do not miss the counter selling tangy walnut ravioli pasta. Most of the food items here are organic and devoid of preservatives, artificial flavors and coloring.
Located at Prager Straße, the main shopping street of Dresden, this lovely little store is a paradise for coffee and chocolate lovers. Offering a huge assortment of quality products like teas, candies and coffee, Contigo is a great place to buy gifts for someone. Drop by to check out their amazing varieties of coffee, which range from the exquisite Ethiopian to the aromatic Rwanda.