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If your idea of the perfect vacation involves perusing the aisles of a local mall, hunting for one-of-a-kind treasures, or splurging on designer goods, keep reading.
The USA is full of fabulous shopping spots, but these five destinations should be on any shopaholic’s bucket list of places to visit!
Minneapolis – St. Paul
It’s known for being home to the biggest mall in America. Coming in at an astounding 2.5 million square feet, the Mall of America contains more than 520 stores making it the perfect destination for a shopping getaway, Have fellow travelers who hate shopping? The Mall of America is also home to the Nickelodeon Universe amusement park, SEA LIFE Minnesota Aquarium, House of Comedy, Movie Theaters, the Amazing Mirror Maze, and the A.C.E.S flight simulation center.
Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills
Looking to indulge in designer goods, or simply channel your inner Pretty Woman? The high-designer shopping district of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills is the place to see and be seen. If your wallet won’t quite stretch to Rodeo Drive prices, hit up nearby West Hollywood which contains more affordable boutiques epitomizing California style.
Chicago’s Magnificent Mile is a shopper’s paradise encompassing 13 blocks and more than 460 stores. Best of all there is something to suit everyone’s budget and plenty of tasty food offerings allow famished shoppers to refuel along the way. Close by is the Streeterville District, containing the navy pier with its ferris wheel and children’s museum, along with other attractions for those who are all shopped out.
New York City
With its iconic department stores, New York City is a major shopping attraction for tourists from all over the world. For a truly memorable vacation, take a shopping trip to the Big Apple around Christmas and delight in the gorgeous window displays. Famous Fifth Avenue contains all the high-end luxury stores, whereas nearby East Village is perfect for perusing vintage goods, or something a little more eclectic.
For those who love to shop on foot Boston is the perfect city. Many of the shopping districts are located within walking distance of tourist attractions. Start your shopping extravaganza on Newbury Street and make sure you head to the Garment District for some funky, cool finds. Looking for a bargain? A short subway ride away will take shoppers to two excellent outlet malls.