Verkaufsoffener Sonntag in Parsberg, Bavaria

April 25, 2010 was the Verkaufsoffener Sonntag in Parsberg, a town in Bavaria, Germany. It is like a Sunday Shopping because there was some sort of trade shows from the different companies and businesses in the local. German shops don’t usually open on Sundays except for some shops and stores you can find in the train station, airports, Autobahn or highway shops and cafes, some gasoline stations and other establishments that are allowed to open during Sundays.

We went to Parsberg last Sunday to make a bit shopping. We went to one grocery shop called Netto Discount Shop because they are offering 10% discount of most of their goods. We also went around the town to see what products and companies who were there participating the said Verkaufsoffener Sonntag. Different establishment such as insurance companies, car and auto dealers, travel companies, Technique shop, flower shops, clothing stores, hardware store, coffee shops, Driving schools and other businesses were there to promote and sell their products and services

I also went to a clothing shop and ended up buying new clothes for summer my outfit. Hubby also bought a new pair of Fila shoes. We are quite contented with the said activity. Here are some pictures I took from Parsberg.
a Merry go round for children to play. You can see Parsberg Castle and the tower of the Church in the background.

that yellow building is the Hirschen Hotel in Parsberg.

 
 

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