There’s something for everyone in Denver — all you need is the stamina to carry your bags back home.

Woman window shopping in center of the city. Winter

Where to Do Your Upscale Shopping in Denver

Experienced travelers know that shopping can give you insight into a locale like nothing else. For this reason, alone, there is no shopping mecca more delightful than the Mile High City. Denver, Colorado has a myriad of shopping arenas. There’s something for everyone and all you need is the stamina to carry your bags back home.

Larimer Square

This historic region is now home to an impressive outdoor shopping center. Larimer Square is where you’ll find over 23 retail establishments, many independently owned and operated. Best of all, you can find gifts and original products actually made right in the State of Colorado. So there’s bound to be something uniquely Denver within your grasp. Local and visiting shoppers wait anxiously for their sidewalk sales, street festivals and autumn fashion show.

Historical Larimer Squarre in the Summer.

Cherry Creek North

This attractive shopping complex combines the best of retail and dining. Boutiques and original shops offer a variety of goods. So after hunting for that perfect outfit, stop into one of the many eating establishments on the premises. You have a wide choice, with casual cafes and more formal romantic restaurants all in one place. And if meeting new people or simply celebrating with a loved one is on your mind, stop at a romantically themed cocktail lounge or neighborhood pub.

Neiman Marcus

Sophisticated shoppers know that Neiman Marcus is the height of fashion. This all-inclusive department store carries something for every member of your family and then some. You’ll find name-brand apparel, the least of which are hard-to-find designer shoes for women. But what keeps shoppers returning year after year, is the manner in which Neiman Marcus store associates go out of their way for shoppers. It’s no wonder that their Fine Jewelry, Bridal, and Cosmetics departments are the first stop for savvy shoppers.

Union Station

Within this recently revitalized train station sits an exciting set of retail shops and restaurants. From bookstores, housewares and gift shops to fashion, you’ll find it all. And when you’re ready for a meal or a snack, stay right where you are. Union Station contains everything from an ice cream parlor that makes its own delicious treats, to full-service restaurants and an “Old World Market” for take-out food.

Progress of redevelopment of Union Station in Denver.

Art District on Sante Fe

Located in the heart of Downtown Denver, this upscale shopping district contains over 70 galleries, shops, and cafes. Known for the “First Friday Art Walk” each month, the Art District on Sante Fe is open throughout the week. But bring your walking shoes, because this remarkable shopping center is stretched over an area of eight city blocks. When you grow tired of making purchases, there are also art classes, events like the Arts Week in November, a museum and theaters.

Do you know of an Upscale Shopping site that we’ve overlooked? Please let us know, so we can drop by the next time we’re in Denver.

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