When travelling on business, make sure to visit these renowned shopping streets, a first-rate opportunity to pick up whatever you need: souvenirs, clothing, personal items, chocolate. The good people at Cheapflights.ca have put together a list of streets, districts, markets and experiences around the world that make shopping a treat.
Bond Street, London, England. The West End of London is a pedestrian’s delight. Add in Bond Street and you’ve got a little taste of consumer heaven. The most luxurious shops in the world are slotted between Oxford Street and Piccadilly, giving visitors a chance to explore the city’s impressive history and retailers at the same time.
Fifth Avenue, New York City. The most luxurious boutiques on the globe cram into a few blocks of prime real estate on this Manhattan stretch. But make sure there’s plenty of room on your credit card, because the prices are steep.
Strøget, Copenhagen, Denmark. Europe’s longest pedestrian shopping area offers a wonderful spectrum of stores (from high-end boutiques to souvenir shops) and people (from street performers to magicians to eager-to-buy tourists). Linking Town Hall Square in the west with King’s New Square in the east, the car-free streets include everything from international luxury brands – including Prada, Louis Vuitton and Hermès – to local, more affordable retailers.
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