It is impossible to imagine a trip abroad without a visit to places that sell Souvenirs, clothes and traditional jewelry.
Such streets in every city are teeming with local culture and way of life, without them it is impossible to imagine a trip.
Khao San Road, Bangkok, Thailand. The streets of Bangkok, one kilometre, attracts tourists from all over the world. Here is an inexpensive souvenir shops and boutiques, restaurants, cafés and clubs, bookstores, and cheap hostels. (Photo: AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong).
Nanjing Road (Nanjing Road), Shanghai, China. This is a mandatory place to visit for fashion lovers. Over the last decade, the street has undergone significant changes — instead of the traditional big stores now there you can visit modern shopping, theaters and hotels. (Photo: Eugene Hoshiko/AP Photo).
The Boulevard Saint Germain in Paris is situated on the left Bank of the Seine. Curved in an arc shape, the Boulevard is one of the main streets of the French capital. Its present form it acquired in the second half of the NINETEENTH century in the framework of the reconstruction of the city under the leadership of Baron Haussmana. On this famous street of boutiques, cafes, hotels, bars, museums and old Parisian building with a characteristic balcony. (Photo: Xavier Francolon/REX).
King’s Road in London — street, where shoppers will find luxury boutiques, the flagship stores of exclusive brands and famous fashion designers. (Photo: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images).
Getreidegasse is a popular shopping street in Salzburg, Austria, which is known for its metal signs and shops, which sell traditional jewelry, clothing, Antiques and perfumes. In the house № 9 along this street Mozart was born, which now is a Museum. (Photo: REX).
Street Shary al Muiz in Cairo bears the name of Caliph of the Fatimid dynasty, who conquered the city in 969. Once there was about storytellers and jugglers, now is a place of hundreds of counter shops that sell traditional Egyptian goods. Prices there are so low that I want to buy skirts, pants and blouses wholesale. (Photo: Dana Smillie/Bloomberg News).
Grand Bazaar, Istanbul, Turkey. Consists of 60 streets and over 5000 shops, the Grand Bazaar is visited daily by 250 to 400 thousand people. This is one of the largest and oldest shopping districts in the world. (Photo: Kerim Okten/Bloomberg).
Another famous shopping street in Turkey Istiklal Avenue with many restaurants, cafes, bars and book shops, which usually open until late at night. (Photo: Izzet Keribar/Getty Images).
Friedrichstraße in Berlin, Germany, with buildings built in 20-ies of the last century and modern structures of glass and steel, with numerous shops, Department stores and cafes. (Photo: Ingo Jezierski/Getty Images).
Orchard Road, Singapore takes its name from the gardens, amongst which was this street in the early nineteenth century. Since that time it has changed a lot, becoming a prosperous place, with many shops, restaurants and hotels. (Photo: Bryan van der Beek/Bloomberg).
La Rambla, Barcelona, Spain. This spacious Boulevard, a 1.2 km long, was built in 1766 and since then has become a center of urban life of Barcelona. (Photo: Dragos Cosmin/Getty Images).
Ginza, Tokyo, Japan. This street with its many shopping centers, boutiques, restaurants and art galleries, is the most expensive district in the Japanese real estate market. Prices for one square meter here can reach astronomical amounts in $ 83500. (Photo: Paul Brown/Rex Features).
Canal street in new York is a real Paradise for bargain hunters, and the Kingdom of little stalls and shops. (Photo: Seth Wenig/AP Photo).
Chandni Chowk, Delhi, India. This 300-year-old street that once attracted merchants from Turkey, China and the Netherlands. Today there are shops with spices, perfumes, electronics, textiles and the famous street booths with food. (Photo by: Eye Ubiquitous/REX).
Via Condotti, Rome, Italy. There are shops of the most famous fashion brands — Gucci, Prada, Salvatore Ferragano, Bulgari, Louis Vuitton and Armani. (Photo: Image Broker/REX).
Night market temple street in Hong Kong. Here you can not only buy a variety of goods, but also listen to singers, and to learn about your future from fortune tellers. (Photo: Philipp Engelhorn/Bloomberg News).
The shopping street of Via Recta in Damascus, Syria, is so ancient that it is mentioned to find even in the Bible. (Photo: FlickrVision/Getty Images).
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