World’s 10 Most Famous Shopping Streets

What are the most famous and most preferred shopping streets in the world? In our article, you will find luxury shopping streets, where the heart of shopping beats and is home to the world’s most famous brands.

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1. Ginza Shopping Street, Tokyo, Japan

There are countless shops and boutiques on Ginza Street in Tokyo, the capital city of Japan. The area where Ginza Street is located is also Japan’s largest luxury shopping and entertainment district.

Ginza has been the center of attention of the Japanese elite and upper-class riches since the early 1900s, due to the large and well-established stores of Japan. Having a shop in Ginza is considered as an important status indicator for famous fashion brands operating in Japan. Most of the shops in the area belong to the leading brands.

Ginza stands out with its architecture, dining venues, tea rooms, art galleries, nightclubs and cafes, as well as entertainment and meeting places. A one square meter shop in the center of Ginza is worth about 90 thousand US dollars, and the most expensive real estate in Japan is located in this region. It is possible to find almost every brand within the scope of fashion and cosmetic products on this street where you can buy a cup of coffee for 10 dollars.

Most shops in the Ginza area are open every day of the week. Central Chuo Dori Street is closed to automobile traffic between 12: 00-17: 00 (April-September until 18:00) and the street becomes a large pedestrian zone.

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2. Bond Shopping Street, London, UK

Bond Street is a street full of fine shops that runs from Piccadilly to Oxford Street. The street is home to the most elegant and expensive shops in London. It is possible to find shops operating in almost every sector, from private brands to luxury products, fine jewelery, art and antiques.

Bond Street has stores of some of the world’s largest and best designers such as Donna Karan, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Armani, Gucci, Versace, Chanel, and Ralph Lauren. Central stores of Mulberry and Burberry, which reflect the original British style, are also located on this street.

Since its foundation in 1700, Bond Street has been the center of attention for the richest, most elegant and influential segment of society. Among those living on the street are Admiral Horatio Nelson, Lady Emma Hamilton, as well as many famous writers and poets.

Bond Street and the surrounding area are also home to numerous royal estates, and some of the world’s leading hotels and restaurants such as Claridge and The Ritz are also located in this area. It is also home to world-renowned organizations such as the Royal Academy of Arts and the Sotheby’s Auction House.

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3. Station Street (Bahnhofstrasse), Zurich, Switzerland

The world-famous Station Street (Bahnhofstrasse), stretching from the Station Square to the lake outside the main train station, is one of Europe’s most beautiful shopping streets.The street is full of restaurants, gift shops, department stores, luxury shops and boutiques.It is possible to find Switzerland’s best chocolate brands (for example, Läderach) on this street.In addition, several stores such as well-known Swiss shops COOP, Manor and Globus have shops on the street.

It is possible to find shops from almost every sector such as design, perfumery, jewelery and watch shops on the street: Bucherer, Gübelin, Cartier, Omega, Swarovski and IWC Schaffhausen.

The development of the street, which is home to famous fashion brands today, started in the 19th century. Once a moat with frogs, the mobility began in 1864. The horse-drawn tramway and then the electric tram and automobile road were built in the region, and it became a region with the busiest traffic of the city. Today, most of the street is closed to traffic.

Since the beginning of the 20th century, the region has become the most important place in Zurich in terms of finance and trade and the main center where exclusivity, quality and diversity meet.

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4. Strøget Shopping Street, Copenhagen, Denmark

Strøget Street, located in downtown Copenhagen, is the longest pedestrian street in Europe and the largest shopping district in Copenhagen. Strøget Street runs from Rådhuspladsen to Kongens Nytorv in the city center.It contains a number of interconnected streets and is filled with numerous boutiques, cafes, restaurants, tourist shops, and fun street performers.Strøget Street is the city’s main shopping area and is always busy.

If you are traveling in Copenhagen, you will definitely find yourself on this street at some point in your trip. The 1.1 kilometer long street encompasses the Frederiksberggade, Nygade, Vimmelskaftet and Østergade streets and runs from the Town Hall Square to Kongens Nytorv square. Strøget Street is the most famous of them for shopping.

At the end of the street facing Kongens Nytorv, there are shops of major international brands such as Prada, Max Mara, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Mulberry. If your budget is a bit more limited, you can find shops like H&M, Vero Moda and Zara in the area close to the Town Hall Square. Strøget Street offers an experience beyond shopping. Because while shopping, you can look down the side streets and enjoy the most beautiful views of Copenhagen and see the attractions and street entertainment.

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5. Montaigne Shopping Street, Paris, France

Located just outside the Champs-Élysées in Paris, the capital of France and one of the capitals of the fashion industry, the famous Montaigne Street has a special place among luxury shopping centers worldwide.

For more than a century, the street has been an ultra-exclusive area with an extraordinarily stylish structure. In the second half of the 20th century, the street, which gained fame with the influence of leading brands such as Christian Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Valentino, Chanel, Bulgari, Henry Winston, Salvatore Ferragamo and Calvin Klein, is now considered one of the most important shopping centers in the world.

Montaigne Street is one of the streets where the shops of famous designers of Paris are located. Located in the heart of Paris’s Golden Triangle, the street is full of world-class shops, from French brands to Italian designers. The street, which hosts two stores of the famous French fashion brand Chanel, also houses world-famous brands such as Louis Vuitton and Fendi.Besides the shopping stores, Hôtel Plaza Athénée and Maison Blanche restaurant are also located on the street.

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6. Rodeo Shopping Street, Beverly Hills, USA

Although the shops and boutiques on Rodeo Street are located within just three blocks, it is the most famous shopping area in the United States. It is also one of the most expensive shopping areas in the world.It is possible to find leading brands such as Prada, Gucci, Valentino, Armani, Dior and Cartier on the street, which is home to world-famous fashion houses.

Rodeo Street is undoubtedly the most important center of the world-famous Beverly Hills with its fountains, bistros and interesting cobblestone walkways, reminiscent of European boutiques.Giorgios, the star boutique of Beverly Hills today, was the first store to be established in the region. Rodeo Street has started to become a shopping center since the 1970s and has taken its current form over time.

The business district from Wilshire Boulevard to Santa Monica Boulevard is also a special shopping area and a major tourist attraction.The Rodeo Street business district includes businesses on streets that are a few blocks away in either direction.

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7. Monte Napoleone Shopping Street, Milan, Italy

Milan is considered by many to be the world’s most important fashion capital. Monte Napoleone Street is located in the heart of Milan’s fashion district, Quadrilatero della Moda.The best designers of Italy and the world are located in this region with their haute couture and ready-to-wear stores.

The street is also home to the headquarters and offices of many of the world’s best fashion brands. Known as Milan’s luxury fashion district and one of the most prestigious in the city, the Montenapoleone district alone generates 25% of the city’s international shopping revenue. The history of Monte Napoleone Street reflects, above all, the history of Italy. Following the path of ancient Roman walls along the Seveso riverbed, Monte Napoleone Street was named after a bank that was closed in 1786.

At the beginning of the bourgeois revolution, the aristocrats from Milan decided that Milan needed more space, although it only made up 9% of the population, and the monasteries that previously comprised two-thirds of the city were converted into boutiques in the 19th century. Upon this, the big names of the jewelery industry such as Buscellati started to develop on Monte Napoleone Street.

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8. Fifth Avenue, New York, USA

The world-famous Fifth Avenue of New York, the capital of the finance, culture and business world of the USA, is a shopping center that hosts the best known brands of world fashion.

One of the most recognizable and most expensive shopping streets in the world, New York’s Fifth Avenue is iconic like world-class museums, Empire State, Rockefeller Center, and Apple headquarters, as well as prestigious stores such as Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Versace, Tiffany and Co, and Saks. It is located between 39th and 60th Streets, which contain a mix of landmarks.

Fifth Avenue, which will later form the backbone of New York in social terms, first appeared on a Brokers Map in 1811. The street, which was only a state road to Yorkville at that time, could not go beyond being an ordinary boulevard under normal conditions. However, as the city grew and developed, Fifth Avenue has become synonymous with stylish living, mansions, cultural and social institutions, and restaurants and shops catering to the elite.

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9. Pieter Cornelisz Hooft Street, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Located in the Museum District, Pieter Cornelisz Hooft Street is home to high-end fashion (Chanel, Gucci, Hermés, Louis Vuitton), jewelry (Chopard, Cartier) and specialty (Mont Blanc, Henckels) stores.People who want to shop at more affordable prices can also find reasonably priced products in stores such as Mexx and Benetton.

If you have a full wallet and are thinking of buying nice gifts for your loved ones, then Pieter Cornelisz Hooft Street is for you. All major brands and many fashion designer shops are located on this street.Pieter Cornelisz Hooft Street also offers excellent opportunities for car lovers. Because it is always possible to see impressive high-end cars parked along the street.

The street got its name from the famous Dutch historian, poet and playwright Pieter Corneliszoon Hooft (1581–1647).In 1883, an equestrian service was launched on the street to connect Amsterdam with Willemsparkweg, one of the new upper class neighborhoods in Amsterdam-Zuid. It was replaced by an electric tram line in 1903. These transportation possibilities have made the street busy and popular. Over the past decade, Pieter Cornelisz Hooft Street has become one of the most expensive shopping streets in the Netherlands.

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10. Calle de Serrano Street, Madrid, Spain

There are many shopping streets in Madrid and many independent and branded stores offering a wide range of products are located in these streets. Madrid offers you the best options if you are looking for designer clothes. There are also more affordable options available. Madrid’s most popular shopping streets are located in the city center and in the nearby Salamanca District.

Discounted prices are valid throughout the year in the Spanish capital, but the best times to shop in Madrid are January-March (for winter sales) and July-September (summer sales). Certain days such as “Black Friday” (the last Friday in November) also offer suitable options for shopping.

Calle de Serrano Street is an almost 3 km long street in the Salamanca district just north of the city center.The southern half is home to shopping malls, watch and jewelry stores, designer stores, and many international luxury brands such as Gucci and Louis Vuitton.It also offers very good dining options found in malls such as Serrano 43.

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