The Zeil, Frankfurt’s main pedestrian promenade, is also one of Germany’s most profitable shopping streets. Here, numerous department stores and retail chains attract shoppers. Tourists interested in luxury brands would find the best deals in the nearby Goethestraße. Berger Straße in Bornheim is a great place for a leisurely shopping spree. There are also the wares on offer along SchweizerStraße in Sachsenhausen, and the trendy boutiques on Brückenstraße, which feature the latest creations of up-and-coming Frankfurt fashion designers. Another highlight is the new Skyline Plaza shopping center, which opened its doors in the new Europa Quarter, right behind the fairgrounds, in autumn of 2013. The many malls and shopping centers outside of Frankfurt’s city center also provide an excellent shopping experience. Arts and crafts and other forms of miscellany, meanwhile, may be found on offer at the weekly flea markets down along the riverside. And for culinary excursions, there’s the Kleinmarkthalle, the city’s famous central market, a popular destination for locals and visitors alike.