The most popular shopping area in Vancouver is Robson Street in downtown. Many international brands are in the market: Salvatore Ferragamo, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, and Canadian ancestors. The Vancouver Museum of Art is nearby. It bought a set of four mugs of Monet's paintings in the gift shop of the Museum of Art and left Robson Street with a touch of art.
Robson Street is Vancouver's most important street, there are many shops, and there are many delicious things on the street, especially Japanese restaurants and Korean restaurants, very famous mountain fire noodles shop is on this street. In addition, there are many street artists here to draw and play.
Robson Street in the center of the city is a trendy street where artists paint on many streets. There are also many specialty stores such as guess and roots, a Canadian brand. It's a favorite street for local young people. And the street goes through UBC Square (British Columbia University, the best university in the eyes of the local people) and the Vancouver Museum of Art.
There are many fashionable stores on the street, which should be the representative of Canadian fashion. There are many shopping shops and gourmet shops on both sides of the street. They are good places to know the local customs and customs. They are very worth visiting. Hot dog stalls on street corners can be added with all kinds of flavors and seasonings. Shuang.
Robson Street is said to be the most prosperous commercial street, so it is inevitable to visit the main street, feeling that the atmosphere of Asia is very strong, many Japanese and Korean delicacies are dazzling, the residential area behind the main street is very beautiful, many beautiful flowers.