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Condé Nast Traveler has released its annual "Best Cities for Shopping" lists as determined by reader survey. There are two, broken down by shopping in the US and international spending. The number one destination on both is, unsurprisingly, New York (Chicago and San Fran also made the international list). On the US list, readers also lauded the store selection in places like Boston, Vegas, Honolulu, Chicago, Charleston, LA and Newport Beach.
Missing are major cities like Philly, D.C., Seattle, Portland, Dallas, Houston, Miami, Phoenix and Atlanta. The full lists are below; do you agree with the rankings?
· The Best Cities for Shopping in the U.S. [Condé Nast Traveler]
· The Best Cities for Shopping in the World [Condé Nast Traveler]