Itinerary – Shopping USA
Arizona, California and Florida

Regional Suggestions Phoenix-Scottsdale | Los Angeles
San Diego | San Francisco | Miami


About this itinerary

Driving distance: 515 Miles
Recommended travelling time: 14 Nights
Recommended travel season: Year-round
See the best of the USA while embarking on an exciting shopping itinerary. From flagship stores in Los Angeles to boutiques in Miami Beach and the stunning desert oasis of Phoenix, the diversity of shopping experiences will astound you. Hunt for bargains at outlet malls, buy haute couture from designers and seek out specialty items at locally owned shops. Of course, you'll want to leave plenty of time to visit landmarks and attractions in each fascinating city. To get you started, consider these top-notch shopping destinations.

Phoenix-Scottsdale, Arizona

 

Touchdown in Phoenix, and take the brief drive to Phoenix Premium Outlets, home to great stores like Nike Factory Store. Less than 15 minutes north, is 185 shops at Arizona Mills in Tempe. Head back to Phoenix/Scottsdale for a spa or golf session. In the morning go to Biltmore Fashion Park, where high-end stores include L'Occitane en Provence. Nearby is Scottsdale Fashion Square, where you'll find top brands such as Cartier and Prada. Visit boutiques and galleries before dining at a local restaurant.
To next stop: 83 miles| Total distance travelled: 0 miles

 


Los Angeles, California

Head to the glamorous city of Los Angeles and start your morning by shopping in Torrance for luxury items at the Del Amo Fashion Center. Visit Beverly Hills - a must-visit shopping spot is the Beverly Center – and dine at one of the trendy local restaurants, and with luck you'll see a celebrity! Ensure you shop at Hollywood & Highland, before strolling along Hollywood Boulevard. Santa Monica is home to the revamped Westfield Century City, and Santa Monica Pier is the perfect place to take a break.
To next stop: 52 miles | Total distance travelled: 83 miles



San Diego, California

Once in San Diego, take a quick drive south to Las Americas Premium Outlets in San Ysidro. Shop for bargains at brand-name outlet stores such as Armani Outlet, Diesel and Lacoste. Later, explore Fashion Valley mall for designer goods at Hugo Boss, Hermes, and more. At night, explore the Gaslamp Quarter, a historic district in downtown San Diego that features great restaurants, nightlife and special events. Visit Seaport Village for shopping or stop at the world-famous San Diego Zoo, a 20-minute drive away.
To next stop: 80 miles | Total distance travelled: 135 miles

 


San Francisco, California

Spend the morning in the heart of San Francisco in Union Square before heading to Westfield, a nine-level shopping complex with over 170 stores. Next visit Fisherman's Wharf, taking in views of Nob Hill, Lombard Street and Alcatraz along the way. If possible, cross the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito, a wonderful place to eat breakfast overlooking the Bay. Head north to Napa Valley to shop at Napa Premium Outlets. In the afternoon, go wine tasting at famous wineries like Domaine Carneros before dining in San Francisco.
Flight time to next stop: 5 hours, 30 minutes| Total distance driven: 998 miles



Miami, Florida

As you journey back to the UK, stopover in Miami. Start at Miami International Mall, browsing in over 140 stores. Alternatively, head to Miami Beach to spend an afternoon by the pool, relax at a spa and soak up the sun. Then, dine at one of the fabulous restaurants on Ocean Drive. Visit Sawgrass Mills, one of the largest U.S. outlet malls, just west of Fort Lauderdale, by the Everglades. Return to Miami to visit Bal Harbour Shops, a collection of designer boutiques and restaurants in a tropical garden setting.
Total distance travelled: 998 miles


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