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Oberhausen Centro, Oberhausen
(4.1/5 based on 480+ reviews on the web)
Oberhausen Centro is a huge, modern mall packed with stores, food outlets, and entertainment activities. Browse Deichmann, Fossil, Apple, American Apparel, H&M, Superdry, Tommy Hilfiger, Zara, and much more. Just outside the main building, people less keen on shopping can be entertained at Legoland, a Sea Life center, and movie theater. Choose from a variety of restaurants serving tacos, hot dogs, pizza, curry, stir-fry, bratwurst, and more. See Oberhausen Centro and all Oberhausen has to offer by arranging your trip with our Oberhausen trip itinerary maker.
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  • The CentrO has many international shops, ample parking, interesting bars and restaurants. The Änbindung public transport is excellent. Again and again will be renovated and refurbished to keep up, it pays off. The H & M store has now also a Home Department what particularly pleased. Soon, top shop is a shop, the Inditex chain is represented with Zara, Bershka and pull & bear. There's a food court, a mail box, lockers, toilets (as far as I know no one is sitting there to the "cash" which I find very good), an information counter, cleaning staff is also constantly on the move. In November and December it is unbearably full in my opinion, the visitors are generally younger than 30. For me, this is the only point of criticism: the young audience is often rempelnd (all year round), pöbelnd and bad mood on the road, whether it's man or woman. I know this only from the CentrO.
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  • Large shopping centre with a spacious free car park. Outside the indoor centre there are many food and beverage outlets. Whether it is worth it to special sure to Oberhausen to drive let me in the middle. You can also find such centres (e.g. korterbij. Wijnegem).
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  • Nice, big clean mall. Lots of Nice shops to be found in Belgium have. many food and beverage outlets. Spacious parking which is free. Mammut, has a wide choice sportswear. Something more difficult to obtain in Belgium.
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  • It's simply too big - you can walk for hours here.
  • Groß, größer, Centro. Freies parken. Apple store, Saturn, galeria Kaufhof. Und eine Vielzahl von fashion Läden für groß und klein. Und essen kann man da auch 😀
  • They are marketing this shopping center as the biggest in the whole Western Europe, then I passed by Amsterdam and Frankfurt shopping area.... So, my opinion is adverse, I've seen bigger. Maybe if they are counting in the vaste promenades and the entertainment areas, yeah, it could be. Seen from Oberhausen Gasometer the whole area looks impressive. Inside is OK, but highly overrated. Also, avoid Nordsee in food court, the food is greasy and cold. The other one toward exit to bus station is far better. Many shopping options, anyway, with prices a bit high, but also many „Angebot”s.
  • Amazing shopping center, literally all the brands at one place
  • Great shopping mall, fantastic free parking (thousands of free spots) that should be an example to the rest of the world. And thankfully no disgusting dogs allowed in it, so you can shop in peace. Nice food court, and wonderfull things in the vicinity like a theme park, movie theater and sea world nearby. The only thing that could be more i guess is more variation in the type of shops, most of them are clothes shops, maybe more electronic and cooking shops would be interesting.