The Top 5 Shopping Streets in Europe

As the home of Western fashion, it comes as no surprise that Europe is adorned with shopping streets that put America to shame.

As the home of Western fashion, it comes as no surprise that Europe is adorned with shopping streets that put America to shame.

From Milan, the home of fashion itself, and Paris, ever famous for its high class designs, no matter where you go, a row of the best clothes, shoes and jewelry money can afford is always nearby. During your next trip, be sure to visit at least one of these highly praised locations.

Avenue Montagne, Paris

The 8th arrondissement of Paris is more than just the famed site of the Champs-Élysées, the Arc de Triomphe and the Place de la Concorde, it is home to only the best names in fashion, including Dior, Louis Vitton, Ralph Lauren and Chanel. The jewelry featured there is also an impressive array with Bulgari bringing in the majority of traffic.

Oxford and Bond Street, London

Stretching from Oxford to Piccadilly, this West End shopping houses not only high class stores but also the most expensive bits of realty in all of Europe. A center of fashion since the 18th Century, Bond remains one of England’s busiest streets. If you happen to find nothing of interest, another famous street, Sloane, is only a few blocks away.

Bahnhofstrasse, Zurich

Not content to be an expensive street by Europe’s standards’ Bahnhofstrasse is arguably one of the most exclusive addresses in the world. Tough the main road through the heart of Zurich, it remains a pedestrian friendly row of haute couture, Swiss watches and the world-famous Confiserie Sprungli. One of the area’s most noted feature is the lining of the street with trees, a visual splendor that adds to its overall appeal.

Via Monte Napoleone, Milan

Nestled in the center of Milan’s fashion district, the Quadrilatero della moda, Via Monte Napoleone is a fashionista’s paradise. Highly praised for its collection of fine fashion and unbeatable jewelry shops, this stretch of extravagance also serves as the headquarters for the world’s most prestigious brands.

##Stroget, Copenhagen

Entirely car fee, Stroget is the longest stretch of pedestrian-friendly shopping in all of Europe. With six streets making up the location, it has understandably grown to be Copenhagen’s top tourist attraction. All of this comes together to create an eclectic mixture of high fashion, popular chains and an unbeatable atmosphere. When tourists need a break, numerous fine cafes line the streets, allowing shoppers to take in the beauty.

Whether on vacation or looking to set up shop, the pull of these economic magnets cannot be ignored. While the prices might be expensive, it’s the name that draws in the crowds. Manage to find a way to place your business on any one of or close to these streets and you’re virtually guaranteed an explosion of growth.

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