Spending time travelling in the summer is great as long as you have plans in place to make memories that you will always remember. But visiting some of the worlds best shopping districts could be the perfect way to make the most out of the summer and get yourself something nice. So before you begin organising your Esta America visa or EHIC card for your next trip, allow us to give you some insight into some of the best places in the world to go shopping.
New York City, New York
New York is known for a number of things but the most noticeable is their shopping district. With a number of the world’s leading fashion houses all setting up shop here, you can visit a number of stores to get all your favourite items all along the same street. In addition to this, there are a number of food courts and parks for you to relax in allowing you to shop till you drop and still have a place to relax.
With shopping districts such as Via dei Condotti and Via del Corso with some of the biggest shops in the world, you can have all the luxury clothing and items you could ever want all in one city. Whether you subtle upon a shopping district by mistake or you spend your time scouting some of the best shops in the entire city you can by some authentic pieces without having to wander too far from the city centre. In addition to this, why not take some time out of your shopping to visit some iconic landmarks such as the Forum or the Colosseum.
Rodeo Drive – Los Angeles
Another popular international shopping location is Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles. This is where the stars come to shop as there are a number of high-end retailers such as Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel And Luis Vuitton all ready and waiting to welcome you and your credit card with open arms. Whether you decide to take a stroll down the drive with the family or you and your significant other head out shopping, you can enjoy some valuable time as you treat yourself to some brand-new items.
The final location on this list is London, England. This location is full of amazing shopping locations such as Oxford Street, Bond Street and Covent Garden that have been open to the public for a number of years. With a number of shops scattered all around this historic capital, you can use the underground to your advantage to get to as many shops as you can in one day. Whether you are visiting the Lush store on Oxford Street or the Cartier jewellery store in Bond Street, you can be sure you will have the perfect shopping experience regardless of where you choose to go first?
Whether you are visiting a shopping location in the US or you are exploring some of Europe’s best shopping locations you can shop till you drop in some of the worlds leading retailers. Which of these shopping districts will you be visiting first?