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How many of you spend time at malls just gawking around coz the stuff is too expensive? Do you also feel online shopping is not really your thing? Well, then, you are the ‘street shopping kind’. Don’t worry, many out there are just like you. Street shopping is so much better for multiple reasons – one, you can bargain. Two, most of the vendors are sweet and friendly. Three, there’s good variety and four, it’s super fun. Let’s take a look at a few places in Pune where there’s great local shopping to doThe places to shop in Pune have been satiating the wants and luxuries of shoppers from different walks of life since long. With a flourishing shopping scene, the city has everything from the finest shopping malls and budget markets to elegant retailers. Even the street shopping scene in Pune is hard to resist. Regardless of your budget, you’ll definitely be able to find good shopping hubs in Pune to get a good amount of shopping done. We tell you just where to go and for what. Shopping in Pune makes for an experience that must not be missed, thanks to the wide variety of things that are sold in this place. The shopping places in Pune make for experiences that are simply unforgettable and that is the reason why this city also attracts travellers who love to go shopping at any place they travel to. Right from popular street markets selling attractive bags, clothes, accessories, books, purses, bangles , necklace , lipsticks , footwear and a lot of other things at great bargains to malls having chic stores and brand shops, Pune has everything to make shopaholics happy. Some of the best Pune’s shopping markets include Fergusson College Road, Hong Kong Lane, Bajirao Road, Phule Market, Fashion Street, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Laxmi Road, June Bazaar, Chhatrapati Sambhaji Nagar, and finally Tulsi Baug among other places. Located in heart of the city, FC Road has local shops that sell trendy footwear and bags. If buying in bulk is what matters to you, FC Road is a must visit. Many vendors come in the evenings with their cart and sell tops, for as cheap as INR 150. Though not very long lasting, they can definitely be used for a few months. Other than shopping, the restaurants on FC Road always welcome you when you wanna grab a quick bite. Located very close to each other, these are probably the oldest shopping centres of Pune. While Laxmi Road has multiple saree shops, Tulshibaug offers accessories. Name the kind of shopping you want to do – you’ll find it all here. From kitchenware to clothes, from stationery to footwear, these places literally have it all. You must specially visit this place if you love possessing different jewellery pieces. Fashion street , camp – All you fashionistas, the name says it all. The latest, trendy fashion can be found here. Be it a different sling bag for every new dress, or a cute pair of PJs for a sleepover at your bestie’s – you must visit Fashion Street. And yes, just like FC Road, Camp has a lot of eateries to take care of your ‘after shopping hunger pangs’. Now for those of who hate long walks, Clover Center is the answer. Innumerable shops located in one single complex have a variety to offer. And given Clover Center is minutes away from Dorabjee’s, you can always head there to eat your favourite pastry. And yes, Clover Center also boasts of tailors who assure you customized stylish clothes. Although there’s no special shop to be mentioned, most of the lanes in KP have street shopping. Compared to rest of the shopping places in Pune, KP can be slightly expensive. For special occasions, there are several boutiques that have designer dresses and lehengas. ‘Busy Bee’ is popularly visited by many shopaholics, and ‘Osho bags’ and ‘Osho Chappals’ are quite a speciality here. If ‘old is gold’ happens to be your mantra, you must visit Juna Bazaar. Shoes, luggage, furniture, stationery, kitchenware and whatnot! Juna Bazaar, if to be described properly, is the oldest and the most happening ‘flea market’ of Pune.