The best part of travelling is shopping, and of course food, place, and people but shopping for a shopaholic. And by the time we reach those branded stores after visiting all the tourist places, there is barely any money left in our pockets. Here is a list of 10 Street Shopping Destination where shopaholic may find god.
But then, just like an answer to all our prayers, we find those amazing tiny shops having all the trendy shoes, clothes and handicrafts. And the best part- they are Cheap!
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So let’s take a look at India’s 10 most popular destinations for street shopping!
1. Commercial Street, Bangalore
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This destination has everything a shopaholic can think of. The most famous products to aim for are jewellery, fashion accessories, shoes, clothes, kohlapuri chappals and antique pieces. One can find things as cheap as 300 bucks. This shopping destination can improve one's bargaining skills and save a lot of money. It is very famous among the locals and tourists.
2. Arpora Saturday Night Bazaar, Goa
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This is a far-stretched shopping destination in Arpora for every Saturday night in the tourist season. From spices to clothes, antiques, jewellery, one can find everything in this lively environment. There is live music playing in the market too, which makes it very appealing to one's senses. Shoppers can find many gipsies coming to the market. Sometimes, they even sell different products in the market.
3. Fashion Street, Pune
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Pune’s Fashion Street has it all for a tourist to love. It has over 450 stalls and is located in one of the poshest areas of the district. This destination can definitely satisfy a fashionista. it has a variety of clothes, fashion accessories and foot-wears.
4. Colaba Causeway, Mumbai
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One can easily visit the market due to its close proximity with the Gateway of India. It is famous for imitating jewellery pieces. It also has many stalls for handbags, clutches, wallets, shoes, etc. One can buy products at very cheap prices by using their bargaining skills.
5. Bapu Bazar, Jaipur
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This ever-busy market is located within the old city area between Sanganeri Gate and New Gate. It has all the typical Rajasthani products, including suit salwar, bedspreads and jewellery. The products are specially designed with Sanganeri prints and Bagru prints, batik prints and bhandhej prints. There is also a great variety of lac bangles and Mojri jutis(these shoes are made from soft camel leather).
6. Sarojini Market, Delhi
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A very popular shopping destination for Delhites, Sarojini Market never fails to satisfy the trend-hungry shopaholics. One can buy clothes from top brands like Zara and Mango apparel at one-fourth its original price. It has got a wide variety of fashion accessories like handcuffs, neck pieces, bracelets, anklets, etc. Even hair accessories are getting quite trendy these days and Sarojini has everything loaded up to give it to the customers.it is also the best place to a friend’s bargaining skills.
7. Tibet Walk, Ooty
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The Tibet Walk provides its customers with a wide variety of winter wears. From sweaters to beanies, shawls, jackets, gloves, hoodies and monkey caps, there is everything one can think of for winter wears. There is no need to bargain here since everything is already cheaper than other markets. The shawls come in various designs, colours and embroideries or stones.
8. Charminar shopping, Hyderabad
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If someone has a love for jewellery and anything link, they must visit Charminar Market. It is famous for exquisite pearls embellished with gold and silver. One can also discover a wide collection of ethnic wears including, ethnic saris, sherwanis and traditional Hyderabadi khada dupatta which is generally worn for weddings.
9. New Market, Kolkata
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One can find anything imaginable in this market of Kolkata, whether it be electronic gadgets or exotic flower arrangements. It has more than 2000 stalls from which the shoppers can find anything they want. This maze of shops offers trendy clothes, fashionable apparels, shoes, saris, and even a collection of rare cheese.
10. Janpath, Delhi
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This gothic market has two distinctive lines. Beautiful handicrafts, handloom, bangles, etc are found in one lane, while the other one is filled with street vendors offering street style clothes and accessories. It is famous for its cheap prices. At the back of Janpath are a few stalls of people belonging to different states. They sell beautiful handicrafts from Rajasthan, West Bengal, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, etc.
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