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Fluxus Temporary Concept Mall Stuttgart

Fluxus Temporary Concept Mall Stuttgart

by european travelblogger Lisa


The Temporary Concept Mall Fluxus in Stuttgart offers space for 14 shops and 2 café, true to the motto “Fashion, Design, Vintage, Zeitgeist”. But, the time is almost counted as the Fluxus Temporary Concept Mall will close to the end of the Year. The Mall is located inside the Calwer Passage that was once built from 1975 – 1978, with the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele in Milan in mind. Consequently classy and sophisticated the Calwer Passage presents itself, with the Fluxus that went into operation in November 2014.

Just a few meter away the station “Stadtmitte” you can reach the Fluxus Temporary Concept Mall Stuttgart easily. The 14 Shops are mainly focused on Design, Fashion, Gifts and regional delicacies. My favorite was the “Design Kiosk West” where you get so many nice little treasures and gifts (for yourself) and others. To rest a little after the Shopping I went to Café Boheme and had a Cappuccino to sit down, instead of to go. The Mall was quite full in the afternoon hours, but I could easily get a seat at Café Boheme. Unfortunately it will close at the End of 2015 as well.

If you are looking for a shopping experience with quality time, you should definitely visit Fluxus Temporary Concept Mall Stuttgart, as long as you can. I can highly recommend to visit the Christmas Market in Stuttgart, and right before you can go to Fluxus as it’s within walking distance.

Address Fluxus Temporary Concept Mall

Calwer Passage
70173 Stuttgart
Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Opening Hours: Monday – Friday: 11 am – 7 pm – Saturday: 10 am – 6 pm

EDIT: Fluxus, the Temporary Concept Mall in Stuttgart, will stay open until the End of 2016 !

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