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  • Shopping in Buchanan Street in the city centre of Glasgow
    Shopping in Buchanan Street, Glasgow
  • The statue of Desperate Dan in Dundee city centre
    Statue of Desperate Dan, Dundee
  • Union Street in Aberdeen city centre
    Union Street, Aberdeen
  • Inverness Victorian Market in the city centre of Inverness, Highlands
    Inverness Victorian Market

Find fantastic retail therapy in Scotland’s cities which have become renowned as world-class shopping destinations. Whether you delight in designer labels, love high street bargains or like browsing unique boutiques, the shopping will not disappoint.

Head to Scotland’s Highland Capital Inverness and discover the city’s charming Victorian Market which boasts a wonderful array of small shops where you can find jewellery, unique clothing and other quirky items.

Find your favourite high street names in the stylish Eastgate Shopping Centre and, after spending a couple of hours browsing the rails, refuel with some food in one of the centre’s cafés or restaurants. Why not make an evening of it and sample some fantastic cuisine at one of the city’s best eateries, such as the River House Restaurant?

Stirling boasts a blend of modern shopping centres and specialist stores. Visit the city’s beautifully restored Victorian Stirling Arcade which houses a fantastic collection of independent businesses ranging from a comic book shop to a vintage tearoom, the perfect place to enjoy a post-shopping treat with a huge selection of delicious home baking.

Alternatively, find over 90 big-name brands at The Thistles shopping centre in the centre of Stirling - perfect for finding all the essentials you need under one roof.

Visit Dundee and explore the city centre’s retail hub featuring two shopping centres connected by a pedestrianised street full of fantastic stores. Find a great mix of big brand names and smaller craft stalls in the Overgate Shopping Centre and pick-up some bargains in the Wellgate before admiring the towering 8 ft bronze statue of Desperate Dan of The Dandy comic book fame - local firm DC Thomson has been publishing the popular comic for over 70 years.

The 'Fair City' of Perth is fantastic place to enjoy a spot of retail therapy. You'll find major high-street brands in St John's Shopping Centre and plenty of unique boutiques and specialist shops where you can pick up that special gift or souvenir. Pay a visit to McEwens, one of the last independently owned and family-run department stores in the UK, and browse a superb array of luxurious but affordable goods.

Situated nearby is Cairncross of Perth, a historic jeweller which is one of only two shops in the UK licensed to sell Scottish river pearls. Afterwards, take a break in one of the city's many cafés, tearooms and restaurants and enjoy delicious food and drink prepared using the freshest local produce.

Aberdeen is fantastic for a day of shopping as all of the city’s big shopping centres, including Union Square, can be found in the heart of the city making it easy to visit a huge range of shops in one day, including well-known names and high-end brands. Afterwards, head to the Merchant Quarter in the city’s West End for great restaurants, bars and unique shops.

Discover why Glasgow is said to have some of the best shopping in the UK outside of London when you visit the city’s independent stores and boutiques.

With a number of pedestrian streets dedicated to shopping, known as the Style Mile, and several major shopping centres, you will find it difficult to decide where to start your shopping trip!

Take a trip to Scotland’s capital and explore Edinburgh’s famous Princes Street for all your essentials and the city’s George Street for exclusive shops and bars. Visit Edinburgh’s landmark department store Jenners before heading to Scotland’s only Harvey Nichols, located on St Andrews Square just behind Princes Street.

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