If you love shopping then sit back, relax and read through our list of the 10 best cities for a shopping spree. From the classic New York to the luxury shops in Dubai, we have all the information you need.

New York

Fifth Avenue, NYC Fifth Avenue, NYC New York City is home to so much. Fashion, art, history, architecture, the list is endless... If you're visiting for the first time or maybe it's your 10th time, you can't deny how fantastic the shopping is. There's a variety of shops, from shopping malls to outlets and of course the famous 5th avenue, Times Square, Union Square and so much more. Some of the popular shopping malls include the Time Warner Centre, Manhattan Mall and Canal Shopping Centre Inc. The Time Warner Centre is located next to Columbus Circle. It has a variety of shops, from luxury brands like Swarovski and Michael Kors to Bose and Bebe. You'll find everything you need here. Other top spots for shopping are of course found down Fifth Avenue, Broadway, Times Square, Herald Square and Union Square. Fifth Avenue runs straight through Manhattan; the main shopping area is from 14th street to 59th street. You can find all kinds of shops here, from huge department stores, to designer boutiques. Broadway is another popular spot for shopping, it runs from northern Manhattan to lower Manhattan, filled with a variety of shops from American Apparel to Bloomingdales. Be sure to visit Herald Square to shop at Macy's! Outlets can be found in New York, The Outlet Collection Jersey Gardens and The Woodbury Common Premium Outlet are both popular outlets.

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Oxford Street, London Oxford Street, London London is a wonderful city bursting with history and culture, it attracts millions of tourists every year. Some of the popular shopping streets are Oxford Street, Regent Street and Bond Street however there are plenty of other favourite shopping spots, Covent Garden and Camden both have a range of shops, quirky bars and restaurants too. There are two Westfield shopping centres, one in Shepard’s Bush and one in Stratford. You can find a variety of shops, from luxury brands like Louis Vuitton and Chanel to your favourite high street brands like Next and Topshop. Not only is there a range of shops, there's a long list of restaurants to fulfill your needs after a long day of shopping.


The Dubai Mall The Dubai Mall This luxury country has plenty to offer, from modern architecture to extravagant hotels and a lively nightlife scene, Dubai would make an unforgettable trip. One of Dubai's many attractions that interests many tourists is the Dubai Mall. The Dubai Mall is the largest Mall in the world by total area. Not only is there over 1,200 stores, the mall also has an ice rink, cinema, aquarium and underwater zoo. You will definitely find everything you're looking for here!  If you want to know more, click here.

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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele in Milan, Italy Galleria Vittorio Emanuele in Milan, Italy There's a bunch of places to shop in Milan. Some of the top shopping centres are the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Centro Piazza Lodi and Centro Commericale Bonola. The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II has stunning architecture from the 18th century, a range of cafes and restaurants plus many luxury brands from Versace to Prada. There are also some famous streets in Milan to shop at, Quadrilatero d’Oro, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Duomo are just a few to name. There is also The Brera district and Corso Buenos Aires. Corso Buenos Aires has around 350 shops, making it one of the busiest streets in Milan.


Aviapark shopping mall, Moscow Aviapark shopping mall, Moscow GUM in Moscow is a popular shopping mall, selling everything you need from luxury brands like Dior to trendy high street stores like Zara. Tsvetnoy Central Market is also a favourite spot for shopping, full of high street fashion brands like Topshop and American Apparel. Vnukovo Outlet Village is an outlet shopping mall, here you can find a range of brands like Adidas, Guess and Nike. One of the biggest shopping centres in Europe is the Aviapark shopping mall, located in a central location it's easy to access. Izmailovsky Market is a popular spot for shoppers, from antiques to Russian souvenirs, it's open daily from 9.00am to 18.00pm. Old Arbat (Stary Arbat) is another favourite spot for shopping. Running about one-kilometre-long and existed since the 15th century, it's full of attractions and shops for tourists.


Lafayette department store of Paris, France Lafayette department store of Paris, France Recently renovated, the Forum des Halles is a fantastic shopping mall. It is built underground and includes many high street brands like Zara and Forever 21. Beaugrenelle Paris and Carrousel du Louvre are also two popular shopping malls. Both shopping malls have a variety of shops and restaurants, Beaugrenelle Paris also features a cinema. Some famous streets for shopping 'til you drop are Avenue des Champs Elysees, Rue de Passy, Rue de Rennes and Boulevard Haussmann. Other well-known spots are Avenue Montaigne, Avenue des Ternes and Rue Saint Honore. The Avenue des Champs Elysees is one of the most famous shopping streets in Paris, there's a variety of shops plus a picturesque view of the Arc de Triomphe.


Rome, Italy Rome, Italy There's some beautiful places in Rome where you can browse in the shops, stop off for a coffee and admire the view. Via Condotti and the Spanish Steps is a popular place for shoppers and tourists. You'll find luxury brands down Via Condotti like Gucci and Prada. Other streets where you can find great clothing stores are Via Cola di Rienzo and Via del Corso. Porto Portese Flea Market interests many locals, here you can find rare books, MP3 players, just make sure to haggle and dig deep to find everything you're looking for.


Tokyo Tokyo Ginza is a popular shopping district in Tokyo, here you will find designer brands and electronic stores. Shinjuku is one of the busiest shopping and entertainment districts. There's plenty of department stores, small boutiques and underground shopping arcades. Shibuya is a large shopping area, known for trend setting clothing stores. Nihonbashi has a lot of traditional goods and delicious foods to try. There's the first big department store, Mitsukoshi, located in Nihonbashi plus other smaller historic shops.


Los Angeles, USA Los Angeles, USA The Grove has everything you need from restaurants to cafes and a variety of shops from Apple to GAP to UGG there's something for everyone. The Beverly centre is another popular shopping mall, it has big department stores like Bloomingdales and Macys. It's located on Beverly Boulevard in LA. Santa Monica Place is located in Santa Monica, it’s a huge shopping complex filled with shops and rooftop dining deck.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong is an incredible city, bright lights, busy streets, there's so much to see and do. Admiralty, Central and SoHo are very popular shopping districts. Here you can find high-end fashion brands and luxury goods. Soho is full of boutiques, some more expensive than others. The nightlife is buzzing; with a selection of bars it attracts partygoers. Causeway Bay has everything you need, from shopping malls to department stores and even market stalls. You will find everything you need right here but expect to spend at least a day making your way around everything Causeway Bay has to offer. Other shopping malls in Hong Kong include; Fashion Walk, City Plaza and Design Gallery plus much more.

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