Banhoff Avenue in Zurich, Switzerland, is the longest shopping street in Europe and one of the most expensive shopping avenues in the world, as well as Fifth Street in New York. Banhoff Street is a tree-lined high-end shopping street, along which you can find the highest-end shops in Switzerland. It has high-end choices from the top fashion designers to shoes, fur, jewelry, porcelain and jewelry, and, of course, Swiss watches. We go on weekends. Unlike in China, many stores are closed on weekends. The shops on the street are beautiful, but they can only be seen.
It is said to be a street that Zurich must walk. It is also said to be the most expensive street in Europe. It is also said that there are many big brands in the street. To give us the feeling of the pedestrians is Shanghai's Nanjing East Road Pedestrian Street, but this street has a bus through, to tell the truth, it is more comfortable to walk along the Limat River. Finally, it's very easy to find. It's facing the gate of Zurich Central Railway Station.
This is the busiest street in Zurich. There are many luxury stores, office buildings and dessert shops. It is known as the world's most expensive street, although there are many goods, but if shopping here is really a bit inexpensive, here is much more expensive than the German side, the local tyrants can afford to spend.
Banhof Street in Zurich is 1.4 kilometers long and 10 meters wide. It stretches from the Zurich Central Railway Station to the beautiful Zurich Lake. The whole street is clean and fresh. There are many linden trees planted on both sides of the road. The breeze blows, the branches and leaves are dancing, and the elegant and sweet Linden flowers are refreshing. The buildings on Banhoff Street are usually no more than five stories, mostly 19th century buildings, which are simple and elegant.
It's Wall Street in Switzerland, with banks and financial centres. Here is the battlefield of luxury goods and watches. The price of Swiss brand watches is at least 1/3 cheaper than that of domestic watches. They can choose the most abundant styles and enjoy such a beautiful shopping environment. More importantly, Swiss products are durable and meticulous. Good character. Army knives, chocolate and luxury goods are the original definitions of Switzerland, as well as Banhoff Street. Facing Zurich Railway Station, the 1.4-kilometer-long commercial street seems to be a holy place for brand seekers. Riding on N13 with the private guide of Wanzi Earth, we get off at Bahnhofstrasse. The shops on both sides are full of famous shops and banks, and the people looking at the gorgeous windows are dazzling. The design of the street is classical and elegant. At the end of the road is Lake Zurich. Even if you don't shop, it's pleasant to idle away your time. Following the guide in the Augustingasse alley to find the local restaurant to eat authentic food, finally found the local flavor in themselves.
Zurich, Switzerland. Bahnhofstrasse, Banhof Street. The most expensive street in the world is located in front of Zurich's main railway station, which is 1.4 kilometers long. All kinds of luxury stores are dazzling, and all kinds of watches are overwhelming. There are clothing stores, jewelry stores, department stores and so on. This is also the financial CBD block, where many multinational banks are headquartered.
Banhoff Street, 1.4 kilometers long, is the richest street in the world on the west side of the Limat River in Zurich, Switzerland. It is as famous as New York's Fifth Avenue. Here we gather the best shops in Switzerland. Top-notch designs of clothes, shoes, furs, watches, jewelry, jewelry and porcelain. Luxury after shopping is a good enjoyment. The most impressive thing is precious.
Banhof Street is located on the west side of the Lima River in Zurich, 1.4 kilometers long. Street was built in the period of Roman rule in 15 BC. Romans built the city on the lakeside of Zurich. It began to develop into a thriving commercial center and became one of the busiest and most expensive streets in the city. It's the same name as the 5th Avenue in New York. Switzerland's top stores can be found along the street, with high-end choices ranging from top fashion designers to shoes, furs, jewelry, porcelain and jewelry, and, of course, Swiss watches.