Explore The Best Shopping Streets Around The World
One of the best ways to treasure fond memories of a trip is to bring home clothes, chocolates, etc. from the city. We usually reserve the last day of our trip to go on a shopping spree to have a look at what the city has in store for us. TBD brings to you the best shopping streets around the world where you can splurge…
1) Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Causeway Bay has all the brands from Europe and USA. Being the most expensive street in the world, it has the A-Z of fashion. Here you can shop from the luxury malls and departmental stores at the west-end and at the same time bargain your way down the Jardine's Crescent street market. The average rent at Causeway Bay is about $3,000 per sq.ft.
2) Fifth Avenue, New York
Shop Till You Drop personified; Fifth Avenue in New York is the most well-known shopping street in the world. From the luxury stores such as Armani, Gucci, Prada, Tommy Hilfiger to the very old Tiffany and Co., it is the Mecca for every fashion person. The best time of the year to walk down the street is undoubtedly Christmas when you can have a look at the spectacular window displays of the various stores and boutiques.
3) Avenue Montaigne, Paris
Avenue Montaigne is where the Louis Vuitton Group first set its foot into the fashion industry. The street also boasts of high-end fashion stores such as Dior, Chanel, Valentino and Ralph Lauren as well as jewelers like Bulgari. It is also renowned for its colorful Mabille balls on Saturday nights.
4) Via Montenapoleone, Milan
The ultimate paradise for every fashionista, this street in Milan is named after Napoleon's Italian Republic. Forget the factory outlets ladies; a number of Italian brands choose Milan for headquarters. When you explore this street, do not miss a cup of coffee at Café Cova.
5) Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, L.A
Rodeo Drive is where the Hollywood stars buy their haute couture to show off at the red carpets. The charming Golden Triangle which extends from Wilshire Boulevard to Santa Monica Boulevard offers more than 100 stores to shop for an expensive and glamorous closet.
So where are you planning your next trip ladies? Embrace the shopaholic in you and share your confessions in the comment box below.