The world-renowned Via Monte Napoleone is basically a heaven for shopping the designer stuff. This place is the capital of Italian fashion as it has renowned Fashion Quadrilateral Quadrilatero Della Moda delimited by Via Montenapoleone, Via Manzoni, Via Della Spiga and Corso Venezia. This golden square is an exclusive collection boutique, jewelers and high-end fashion shops which are just wow. To the more Milan’s Galleria Vittorio Emanuele is there which comprises of prestigious stores which are present next to historical shops.
Florence is basically the first capital of Italian fashion. This city has been a birthplace of the great names which are quite popular among the people. Among those famous brands, the two which are quite popular are Gucci and Ferragamo, whose museums are present right in the city center, collected all together between Via de 'Tornabuoni and Via Calzaiuoli. We cannot forget to quite about the glittering goldsmiths present around Ponte Vecchio.
Situated in between the sea and Mount Vesuvius, the volcano, the city of Naples is known for the fashion tour that has nothing to get jealous from other cities. We can begin from Via Toledo, going on along Via Chiaia, Via Calabritto and Via Dei Mille. Just in Riviera di Chiaia, there is a famous Marinella shop, a shop selling handcrafted ties which are loved by people all over the world. To the more, it has a great store of Louis Vuitton which basically has the best of collection.
Taormina is the hub of the best tourism in Sicily. The city is situated around Corso Umberto I which is a beautiful street where the shops of the most important fashion houses present. Opening the high-end brands here is the best deal to grab as all the brand enthusiast make it a point to must visit here to shop. This street is wonderful for a particular Italian 'passeggiata' walk. It also comprises of tourist shops, churches, coffee bars and restaurants to enjoy.
This is the best by far and is one of the most elegant avenues which is a must to visit. Along with the worthy palaces, gardens and parks, the street is also known for the Italian fashion heavyweights and international brands, making it a busy and lovable street for the shopaholics. From the famous menswear brands such as Henry Cotton’s, Brookfield, Burberry and Stone Island, the street is a must visit for the people who want to add the best-designed clothes to their wardrobe.
Thus, these are the best luxurious shopping places in Italy.