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5 Luxury Shopping Destinations

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Many people appreciate a moment of shopping. It is a chance to purchase essential and luxurious items and pamper yourself and your loved ones. There are, however, areas around the globe where only the richest can afford shopping. These are five places to shop for luxury:

1. Grafton Street

It’s not as luxurious as some of its international competitors, but Grafton Street in Dublin is awash in urban charm and charm. It also boasts many shops just next to the popular top-of-the-line brands. Even the street performers are in a class of their own. Damien Rice used to play on the other side of Grafton Street to try and make some money from passers-by before he rose into fame on his hits such as Cannonball. The year 2008 was when Grafton Street was the fifth-highest cost retail street worldwide.

2. Bond Street

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If you’re looking to spend the rest of your London time in the city’s luxury, visit Bond Street, which has been a thriving spot for the rich and well-known since the late 18th century. From extravagantly expensive and attractive jewelry to the latest in fashion, the trendy neighborhood within London offers everything, provided that you’ve got plenty of cash in your banks. Many of the most famous hotels are situated on Bond Street, including the Dorchester and Claridge’s, the Ritz, the Claridge’s and others.

3. Causeway Bay

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The city’s main shopping district is the second-highest priced retail destination around the globe, just behind Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue. The rates are likely to rise even more as a new high-end mall opens in 2012, which will be as big as 12 American football fields; not that Causeway Bay doesn’t already have a variety of boutique stores offering top-of-the-line clothing and electrical products. Time Square also forms part of Causeway Bay, and the shopping mall covers 16 floors and includes over 200 stores on the premises.

4. Fifth Avenue

New York, in general, is an ideal shopping destination, and it is possible to spend an enormous amount in a matter of minutes within the area around Fifth Avenue. Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Prada are among the top designer stores found in this particular area of central Manhattan and numerous legendary department stores such as the flagship Saks store. After you’ve finished shopping:

  • Unwind and relax at one of the posh restaurants or bars.
  • Go towards the summit of the Empire State Building, situated on Fifth Avenue.
  • Take in the Big Apple in all its splendor.

5. Champs-Elysees

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In the city that is a love-fest, you could easily fall in love just by walking by the shops that line some of the more recognizable streets in the world. You can eat, shop, or even sleep at the Champs Elysees, and you’re likely to pay quite a bit to enjoy the privilege. Many specialized manufacturers of watches, such as Cartier, have taken pride in being in the famous Paris popular spot within the shadow of the Arc de Triomphe and other famous tourist attractions in Paris.

 

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