The Rue Louis-de-Savoie is one of the most popular thoroughfares and shopping streets for Morges’ residents and visitors. It is characterized by a varied offer with large and small shops. From art and design to souvenirs, bakeries and cafés, clothes, fabrics, modelling, tobacco, you will find everything. If you are in the pedestrian area of the Grand Rue or along Morges’ quays, this street is just around the corner and a little detour is always worthwhile.
The shopkeepers in the street have formed an organisation "l’Association des commerçants de la Rue Louis-de-Savoie" in order to regularly exchange information, to coordinate joint activities and thus, among other things, to preserve the life of small shops from extinction due to online shopping and international brands. During major events, such as the large autumn and spring markets, the street may be closed to traffic and invites you to stroll.
Another major business association in Morges: the COOR or “Coordination de l'économie et du commerce de Morges”, brings shopkeepers together and organizes many events in town such as certain end-of-year evenings and the living nativity scene around Christmas time.
With some 170 members, the COOR plays the role of respondent towards the local authorities. In this sense, the COOR is a force for action to attract and retain consumers by supporting commercial activity. It is also a force for proposals for a better tailoring of the commercial environment. It represents and defends the interests of its members.
Do you enjoy shopping? Discover all the shops in these pedestrian streets, the craftspeople and shopkeepers will be happy to open their doors and will assist you with pleasure.