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List of upscale shopping districts

This article is about leading shopping streets. For shopping malls, see List of shopping malls.

This page lists leading shopping streets and districts by city. Typically these are open-air street-side shopping districts that are destination locations in cities. Designer labels boutiques, haute couture, fashion houses and purveyors of specialty and/or luxury goods usually characterize these locations. They may be located along a designated street or clustered in mixed-use commercial area within the city. In major cities and metropolitan areas, there may be more than one leading shopping street or district.

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Africa

Cameroon

  • Yaounde: Avenue Kennedy
  • Douala: Avenue Ahmadou Ahidjo, Boulevard de la liberté

Egypt

Ghana

Morocco

South Africa

Asia

Bangladesh

Mainland China

Beijing

Chongqing

  • Jeifangbei
  • Guanyinqiao
  • Shapingba
  • Nanping

Fujian

Guangdong

Jiangsu

  • Suzhou: Ligongdi, Lake Jinji, Shiquan Street, Canglang, Pingjiang Road

Liaoning

Shaanxi

Shandong

Shanghai


Sichuan

Zhejiang

Hong Kong

India


Indonesia

Iran

Israel

Japan


Kuwait

Lebanon

Malaysia

Pakistan

Philippines

Saudi Arabia

Singapore

South Korea

Taiwan


Thailand


Vietnam

Europe

Armenia

Austria

Belgium

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bulgaria

Croatia

Cyprus

Czech Republic

Denmark

Finland

France


Germany


Greece

Hungary

Ireland

Iceland

Italy


Latvia

Luxembourg

Macedonia

Montenegro

  • Podgorica: Slobode Street, Džordža Vašingtona Boulevard

Netherlands

Norway

Poland

Portugal

Romania

Russia

Serbia

Slovakia

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Turkey

Ukraine

United Kingdom

England


Northern Ireland

Scotland

Wales

North America

Canada



Alberta

British Columbia

Nova Scotia

Ontario

Quebec

Costa Rica

Dominican Republic

Guatemala

Mexico

United States

Alabama

Arizona

Arkansas

California

Colorado


Connecticut

Delaware

Florida

Georgia

Hawaii

Illinois

Kansas

Louisiana

Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota

Missouri

Nebraska

Nevada

New Jersey

New York

North Carolina

Ohio

  • Cleveland: Mayfield Road, Cedar Road, Chagrin Boulevard
  • Cincinnati: 5th Street
  • Columbus: New Bond Street, Lane Ave, Polaris Parkway, Easton Town Center
  • Toledo: Monroe Street, Fallen Timbers, Levis Commons.

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Puerto Rico

Rhode Island

South Carolina

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Virginia

Washington

Washington, D.C.

West Virginia

Wisconsin

South America


Argentina

Brazil

Bolivia

Chile

  • Santiago: Alonso de Córdova Avenue[19]

Colombia

Paraguay

  • Asunción: Calle Palma, Villa Morra (Senador Long, Lillo, and Malutín streets), Manora (Shopping del Sol mall and surroundings), Recoleta (Shopping Mariscal Lopez mall and surroundings), Av. España.

Peru

Uruguay

Venezuela

Oceania


Australia

Queensland

New South Wales

South Australia

Tasmania

Victoria

Western Australia

  • Perth: Wesley Quarter

New Zealand

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