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Shopping

London is one of the best cities in the world for shopping whether you are looking for a souvenir of your visit or for the latest ‘must-have’ item.  Some of London’s department stores are tourist attractions in their own right!

Shopping Districts

  • Oxford Street – 10 minute walk for a wide selection of the best known high street brands (a further 10 minute walk to Regent Street for more high street brands)
  • Bond Street – 15 minute walk for luxury brands
  • Saville Row – 20 minute walk to the traditional home of British tailors
  • Burlington Arcade – 20 minute walk to this Edwardian shopping arcade still overseen by Burlington beadles in traditional morning coats and top hats
  • Sloane Street – 20 minute brisk walk through Hyde Park for prestigious brands
  • Covent Garden – 30 minute walk to one of London’s most colourful markets, unique boutiques and Arts & Crafts shops. Covent Garden is famous for its street entertainment
  • Portobello Market – 20 minute walk to the market famous for its antiques
  • Camden Market – 15 minute underground ride to this quirky and colouful market
  • St Christopher’s Place – 15 minute walk through a narrow turning off Oxford Street to an exciting mix of shops and restaurants
  • South Molton Street – 15 minute walk for highstreet brands and some unique boutiques in a car-free street
  • Carnaby Street – 20 minute walk for hip and funky boutiques in a car-free street
  • Westfield Shopping Centre – 10 minute underground ride to this newly built shopping mall hailed as Europe’s biggest mall

Department Stores

  • Harrods – 20 minute brisk walk through Hyde Park to one of the world’s most famous department stores located in Knightsbridge
  • Harvey Nichols – 20 minute brisk walk through Hyde Park to this stylish department store offering some of the latest fashions
  • Selfridges – 15 minute walk on Oxford Street for luxury and high street brands
  • Liberty – 20 minute walk to this very British store located in a Tudor-style building just off Regent Street
  • Fortnum & Mason – 30 minute walk to this prestigious store (since 1707) at the end of Bond Street renowned for its food halls which sell a mouth-watering selection of food and drink