BNP Paribas Real Estate unveils its Pan-European footfall analysis, the first-ever study of the pedestrian traffic of the prime streets in 23 key cities
Key facts and figures
United Kingdom, Germany, Spain and France compete for the top 5 positions in the European Top 30 Mass Market.
- London leads the way with a record value of 13,560 pedestrians per hour in Oxford Street.
- The survey highlights the strength of the main German regional capitals, with Munich and Frankfurt being in the Top 5.
- Notably, Spain with Madrid (3rd) and Barcelona (6th) has a total of five streets in the Top 10.
- France‘s iconic Avenue des Champs Elysées closes the Top 5 with around 10,300 pedestrians per hour.
As regards Top 20 luxury high streets, the Top 5 figures are recorded by France, Spain, UK and, a step behind, Denmark.
- These streets are “iconic” walkway precincts which enjoy a high degree of tourist activity.
- Genuine luxury prime streets are dominated by Italy with Rome’s Via Condotti.
Footfall top mass-market high streets
Structure of downtown retail cores
Role of tourism
Footfall top luxury high streets
About the study
Amsterdam · Athens · Barcelona · Berlin · Brussels · Budapest · Copenhagen · Dublin · Frankfurt · Helsinki · Lisbon · London · Madrid · Milan · Munich · Oslo · Paris · Prague · Rome · Stockholm · Vienna · Warsaw · Zurich
Focus on Warsaw
Head of Marketing & PR, Central & Eastern Europe at BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland