The best cities to do shopping in Italy

There are multiple reasons why one should visit Italy at least once in a lifetime. But, in order to be able to create forever memories, one has to experience the best of shopping in Italy across some of the leading cities! Welcome to Italia, a country where fashion has become an institution!


In Milan you will feel like you are living a “fashion week” experience every day. People dressed in stylish attires walk up and down the urban streets.  Apart from the renowned Duomo Cathedral and the iconic Teatro alla Scala, Milan also shelters luxury local branded shops such as Prada, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Borsalino. Galleria Vittoria Emmanuelle II, the world’s oldest shopping mall named after the first king of the Kingdom of Italy, Vittorio Emanuele II is packed with sparkling jewellery, elegant designer clothing, shoes and bags.  You can stroll along Via Monte Napoleone streets to find other high-end shops.


On Sunday mornings, the meandering streets of Via Del Corso are easily crowded.  Many shopping addicts flock there for its local and international brand boutiques.  There is a wide range of choices from Benetton to Diesel. One can hardly resist to the variety of attractive and luxury items displayed in the windows.  According to some locals, Via Del Corso dates back to 220 BBC. For those who want to shop other things than clothes, it is also one of the best places to buy souvenirs and groceries.


The city of love promises an amazing shopping experience to all. Long time ago, Venice was known for cultivating the world’s finest goods. Even if time flies, it has kept its excellent reputation.  There is no doubt that its family-owned and luxury shops will leave you speechless. At Mercerie, an area of shopping boulevards and streets, you will discover a lot of unique works of art and interesting items such as costumes, jewelleries.


More affordable than other Italian cities, Florence does not only feature luxury boutiques but also many fashion outlets and craftsmen’s workshop. Even if you have a low budget, you can pamper yourself. Some people enjoy shopping at Lorenzo market, Melrose Vintage or in some Chinese stores which offer cheap but wonderful products. However, leather lovers who are ready to spend money can head to Via Giovan Battista Zannoni, a street which hides top quality accessories, bags and jackets.

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