If you love to shop, Los Angeles is the right place for you. Even if you’re not shoppingholic, we’re sure you won’t be able to resist a little shopping action in L.A.
Los Angeles offers something for everyone. Here are some of the main shopping areas:
Rodeo Drive is known as the most exclusive shopping street in Los Angeles. Even if you don’t intend to shop there, we recommend paying a visit just to experience its luxurious and dreamy atmosphere. You might as well see a movie or a pop star so prepare to be starstruck!
In this area which is located in the Fashion District you can find real bargains. It has countless shops, most stores sell wholesale, but some also sell to high street shoppers.
We’re sure the first association to Melrose Avenue is the super popular 90s tv show “Melrose Place.” Today it’s a major shopping destination with shops that have colorful and alternative clothing with many vintage stores and Pop Art exhibitions.
The Groove is a pleasant place to visit even if you don’t want to buy anything. The shops are located outdoors and the whole vibe is very 1940s with old houses and large avenues.
Here you’ll find many fresh products like fruits, vegetables and freshly baked bread. Farmers Market was founded in 1934 when local farmers began selling their produce directly from their trucks.
The Americana at Brand
One of the most popular shopping malls with stores located inside establishments with different architectural styles that create a very special atmosphere.
The Beverly Center is an 8-story giant with over 100 stores.
Glendale Galleria is one of the oldest shopping malls in Los Angeles, having opened its doors in 1976. The building has 3 floors and about 200 stores.