Berlin Designer Outlet – Berlin Outlet

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Berlin Designer Outlet

McArthurGlen opened its Berlin Designer Outlet on June 18, 2009, having taken over from B5 Designer Outlet which has closed down.  Berlin has come up the ranks of the fashion scale, so it is not surprising that the McArthurGlen Group has decided that it is time to launch their designer discount outlet concept for this city.  Since reunification, Berlin is the top tourist destination in Germany and amongst the top destinations in Europe as well.  The good news is that there are another 11 outlets planned for Germany.

Right now there are over 100 brands in 80 stores at Berlin Designer Outlet including Ed Hardy, Desigual, Miss Sixty & Energie, Diesel, Eckô Unltd., Timberland, Mustang, Replay, Mango, Mexx, Möve, Nike and Tommy Hilfiger.

Practical Information

Getting to the Berlin Outlet is easy on public transport.  The outlet is closed on Sundays, but on special Sundays when it is open,  there is a free shuttle bus service between Bahnhof Elstal and the Designer Outlet Berlin.

Public Transport:

From Berlin (Ostbahnhof, Alexanderplatz, Friedrichstraße, Hauptbahnhof etc.) take the regional train RE 2 towards Rathenow and get off at Bahnhof Elstal.  In front of the train station, catch bus 662 in the direction Wustermark / Falkenrehde directly to the main entrance of Designer Outlet Berlin.

From Potsdam take the regional express in the direction of Wustermark to station Bahnhof Priort. In front of the train station catch the bus 662 in the direction Bahnhof Elstal directly to the main entrance of Designer Outlet Berlin.

From Havelpark
you can also take bus 663 in the direction of Nauen directly to the main entrance of Designer Outlet Berlin.

For Bus schedules refer to


From Berlin
Follow the Heerstraße (B5) outwards in the direction of Spandau. From the city fringe it’s about another 10 km (8 km from Havelpark).  From the B5 motorway take the exit “Designer Outlet Berlin” and continue straight ahead to the outlet.

From the region
Follow the Berliner Ring motorway (A10) westwards and exit Berlin-Spandau onto the B5, then take the first exit “Designer Outlet Berlin”, then continue straight ahead to the outlet.  There are 2,300 free parking spaces at the outlet.

Opening Hours:
Mon – Thurs : 10.00 – 19:00
Fri & Sat : 10:00 – 20:00
Sun & holidays: Closed

Alter Spandauer Weg 1
14641 Wustermark
Tel: +49 (0) 33 234 90 40

For more Designer Discount Outlets in other cities in Europe and the UK , see our Designer Outlet Directory.

For more Berlin Info, see HERE.

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