While traveling, most tourists love to go and check out the shops and stores that the city they are visiting has to offer. So get your credit card ready, because here are the 6 best shopping cities!
Home to many of fashion’s biggest names such as Versace, Armani, Prada, and Dolce & Gabbana, this beautiful city is full of glamorous people and shops. One of the best shopping experiences can be found at Quadrilatero della Moda (rectangle of gold), which many people in the fashion industry consider the world’s most important fashion district. The streets are lined with boutiques and jewelers, great for window shopping if you’re not looking to spend too much money. That being said, you should definitely check out Il Salvagente (“the lifesaver”), Milan’s most famous outlet. This outlet contains three floors of discounted goods, all organized by color and size!
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The Dubai Mall is the world’s largest shopping mall. With more than 1,200 retail outlets, 160 food and beverage outlets, and even an indoor ski resort, Dubai will keep you busy shopping for days! Not to mention theme parks, a waterfall, Olympic-sized ice rink, and an aquarium! The Dubai Mall also hosts the annual Dubai Shopping Festival in January and February, with fireworks, bargains, and discounts on electronics and clothing.
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Oxford Street is London’s most popular shopping destination, with one and a half miles of shops and well-known brands. You can also head to North London’s Camden Market, where you’ll find everything from emerging designers to vintage fashion and antiques! While shopping in London, it’s necessary to check out the department store Liberty. Liberty has a Tudor-style exterior and fireplaces, and you can find just about anything you desire inside!
From flea markets to high-end designers, Paris is full of shopping opportunities. This beautiful city’s most famous shopping street is Champs-Elysees. Filled with haute couture and high-end luxurious shops like Louis Vuitton, you’ll be in awe at how much money you can spend here.
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The neighborhood Shinjuku is one of Tokyo’s most famous shopping districts. Department stores, shopping malls, and skyscrapers will surround you as you walk around the city. Much of Tokyo’s shopping is also surprisingly affordable, which is a plus!
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6. New York:
Last but not least, the Big Apple is a prime city for some of the best shopping you will ever do. With so much style and diversity, you can find nearly anything in NYC. The city is famous for its shopping on 5th Avenue. With higher stores like Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany’s and Bergdorf Goodman and more affordable stores like H&M, Forever 21 and so much more, there’s something for everyone in Manhattan.
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