Whether you are European or just a traveler, whether you are traveling for work or vacation, Europe is an exciting continent and a super safe playground to visit. Apart from its geological diversity which has a lot to offer, Europe has been the mother of culture and fashion for centuries. Museums, palaces and castles are common in this part of the world and since the existence of these things, fashion trends have also made their appearance.

The Most Famous Clothing Centers; Paris and Milan have grown at a tremendous speed over the decades, hosting every eccentric designer. Today we're going to walk you through moving to some of the best cities in Europe for shopping.

We will try to help you avoid the more common areas and move to the more luxurious parts of Europe to discover something very special.

  1. Paris, France
    Writing about where to shop in Paris can take forever as it offers a wide variety of options. Starting with Avenue Montaigne, arguably the most expensive place to shop in Europe, you'll find the Christian Dior, Givenchy and Channel brands to buy not only fragrance and beauty products, but accessories as well. Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré is a large street with collections from Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen and Tom Ford. Also, keep in mind that we're only talking about retail. Of course, you have not been to Paris if you have not been to Avenue des Champs-Elysées for shopping. Starting at Arc du Triumph, walk down the street to Luxor Obelisk to buy Luis Vuitton, Cartier and Guerlain, only to get excited about meeting the chic French brands. All of these brands have been active in the industry since taking their prestige to an even higher level forever.
  2. Milan, Italy
    Milan is one of the world leaders when it comes to fashion and design. What we love about Milan is that the city is practically designed for shopping, as all the upscale shops are in a relatively small area. Your shopping day should start at Via Della Spiga, Via Montenapoleone, Via Alessandro Manzoni and Corso Venezia. All these streets form the Quadrilatero d & # 39; Oro, which means the golden quadrilateral. It would also be nice to buy something nice for your home, as Italy has a history of ceramics. For Richard-Ginori porcelain and Fornasetti home decoration. Last but not least, at Galleria Vittorio Emanuele you will meet perhaps the oldest shopping center in Italy to meet your favorite Italian designers such as Versace, Armani, Dolce & Gabbana and Gucci. The area is also suitable for walking to admire Milan's architecture and Opera House.
  3. London, United Kingdom
    The UK's capital is a more trendy place to shop. England has always been known for its differentiation in style and fashion and it is still a must to see the alternative fashion proposition in Europe. Brands from other countries appear in London in a more stylish and authentic version.

    Fashion Shopping

    Bond Street is where you want to start. Tiffany, Burberry and Jimmy Choo are available among other expensive brands. Another street for shopping is Mount Street in Mayfair. Beauty products, art and antiques, and clothing stores can all be found here. Marc Jacobs and Balenciaga are two of the luxury brands to visit on this street. Harrods is a famous 330-department mall that combines everything from fine dining proposals to clothing fashions and home goods.

  4. Zurich, Switzerland
    Zurich, the second largest city in Switzerland and because of its unique aesthetics you can only wait for a stricter yet stylish approach to fashion. Bahnhofstrasse is the main road for exclusive shops. Now Switzerland is mainly known for its watches. Couture Watch Rolex Used, Blancpain and Vacheron Constantine are the three main stores to buy watches on this street. Switzerland is the main country of luxury watch manufacturers and therefore the prices of these gemstones in Zurich are expected to be cheaper compared to other European cities. Living fashion aside, remember that exclusive chocolates will make you want to live there.
  5. Rome, Italy
    We left Rome before the end, not to downplay its importance, but to underline shopping would be a big mistake. Rome is the capital of Italy and somehow also the capital of shopping, for its accessibility and overall beauty. First of all, we would like to draw your attention to Femme Sistina, where many celebrities have shopped for the past fifty years, which is open. Via Condotti is quite a popular street and the boutiques of famous designers give the street an elite note. Via di Monserrato has become synonymous with wealth, with boutiques from acceptable world designers such as Fabio Salini.

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