Shops and boutiques of Verona
Verona - a town in the north-east of Italy, is includedin the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites. Travelers come here to get acquainted with architectural monuments, churches and palaces of different epochs from ancient Rome to the Renaissance. Tourists tend to visit museums and places connected with the famous Shakespeare play of Romeo and Juliet - Romeo's house, the yard and the tomb of Juliet.
If there is time after the rich culturalprogram, you can go shopping. Shopping in Verona can be very enjoyable. Of course, the shopping mecca of this city can not be called, but things Italian designers, bought here are cheaper than in his native city, and raised in the beautiful memories of the soul.
In Verona itself is almost no large shopping centers, the format of its stores - it monobrand several narrow streets.
- Pedestrian street Via Mazzini stretches from the squareArena di Verona up to the intersection with Via Cappello. The street is narrow and picturesque, paved with marble tiles, decorated with lots of arrays. It is full of shops and tourists. Therefore, in order to study the contents of boutiques better be on it until the morning traffic peak. Here it is presented a lot of Italian and European luxury brands: Mont Blanc, Benetton, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Duca D'Aosta, Swarowski, Bulgari, Ferre, Gucci, Elena Mirò, MaxMara e Sisley. Prices are appropriate, but lower than in Russia. There are shops on the average purse in which it is possible to pick up clothes, leather goods and clothes.
- According to Via Cappello easy access to the Piazza areadelle Erbe, where you can sit in one of the restaurants and rest the legs. On the square are many street stalls with souvenirs. Corso Porta Borsari - street parallel to Via Mazzini. It is not as crowded, but no less interesting for shopping, and the seller is required to price a little lower than in the Via Mazzini.
- Via Pelliccial - good street of boutiquesunknown to the general public of Italian designers. Screw a certain amount on the brand in these shops does not work, so the prices are more than acceptable.
- Corso Santa Anastasia attracts lovers of modern art and antiques.