Since Apple opened its first retail stores opened in 2001 in the (rather surprising) town of Tysons Corner, Virginia, the retail outlets have expanded their reach to 14 countries around the world, in cities ranging from New York to London, Rome to Shanghai, and back to, naturally, Palo Alto, Calif.

Until you rack up enough frequent flier miles to visit them all yourself, take a look at some of the more exotic locations of the flagship stores.

Photograph by Billy Hustace/Esto

Since Apple opened its first retail stores opened in 2001 in the (rather surprising) town of Tysons Corner, Virginia, the retail outlets have expanded their reach to 14 countries around the world, in cities ranging from New York to London, Rome to Shanghai, and back to, naturally, Palo Alto, Calif.

Until you rack up enough frequent flier miles to visit them all yourself, take a look at some of the more exotic locations of the flagship stores.

Photograph by Billy Hustace/Esto

Apple Stores Around the World

Shanghai
Shanghai

Since Apple opened its first retail stores opened in 2001 in the (rather surprising) town of Tysons Corner, Virginia, the retail outlets have expanded their reach to 14 countries around the world, in cities ranging from New York to London, Rome to Shanghai, and back to, naturally, Palo Alto, Calif.

Until you rack up enough frequent flier miles to visit them all yourself, take a look at some of the more exotic locations of the flagship stores.

Photograph by Billy Hustace/Esto

San Francisco
San Francisco

Photograph by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Fifth Avenue, New York
Fifth Avenue, New York

Courtesy Apple

Grand Central Station, New York
Grand Central Station, New York

Photograph by Chang W. Lee/The New York Times/Redux

Reykjavik
Reykjavik

Photograph by Arnaldur Halldórsson for Bloomberg Businessweek

Tokyo
Tokyo

Photograph by Hironori Miyata/Camera Press via Redux

London
London

Photograph by Ian Gavan/Getty Images

Shanghai
Shanghai

Photograph by Eugene Hoshiko/AP Photo

Paris
Paris

Courtesy Apple

Beijing
Beijing

Courtesy Apple