Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Luxury Shopping in Monte-Carlo Monaco

If the ultimate in luxury shopping is what you are seeking, then you will find Monaco to be one of the luxury capitals of the world.

In what some consider the heart of the principality of Monaco, the Carré d'Or, otherwise also known as the “Golden Square” which starts on Avenue Monte Carlo and around to Avenue des Beaux Arts then towards Les Allées Lumières and beyond exists nothing but the best in sumptuous goods.
This is considered to be the prime area to indulge in some heavy retail therapy. Service here is top notch and there is never a rush or a pressure to purchase. It is Monaco after all, a place known worldwide for its unique blend of leisure and opulence.

Perhaps you don’t have a royal title, but in this prestigious part of Monte Carlo, you will certainly be treated as though you have one.

You’re only problem may be where to start your shopping experience? And quite frankly it doesn’t matter, just make your way towards the Hotel de Paris and on either side of this majestic hotel you will be surrounded by a plethora of famous boutiques such as Louis Vuitton, Hermès, Cartier, Prada, Dior and the list goes on and on.
You’ve likely heard of these high-end brand names before and you’ve probably shopped in several of these boutiques but what makes these places in Monte Carlo that little bit different is the types of shoppers that frequent these establishments.

Many of the residents of Monaco (and a great number of the visitors) have an almost unlimited spending potential, meaning you will find your usual lavish pieces here, but they also make available the very hard to get, one of a kind items for purchase so you are going to be able to select from a much larger range of products, far more than what a normal spending demographic can afford

Overall, even if some of the prices for these various goods are beyond your limit, this is still a fabulous area to explore and it still makes for fun afternoon of window shopping, dreaming about how the other half must live.

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