Marylebone Village

Marylebone Village

If you are after high quality merchandise, individual pieces and a little bit of a calmer setting, Marylebone Village is the place for you.

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Oxford Street and Regent’s Street

Oxford Street and Regent’s Street

Perhaps some of London’s most iconic shopping destinations – are situated within mere walking distance from each other, providing you with an immense number and range of shops to choose from.

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Selfridges

Selfridges

Selfridges, the UK’s second largest shop, is home to beauty, fashion, electricals, food and more. 

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Knightsbridge

Knightsbridge

The hugely popular shopping destination amongst locals and tourists alike is Knightsbridge.

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Harrods

Harrods

Covering one million square feet of retail space, Harrods is the UK’s largest and most upmarket department store.

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High Street Kensington

High Street Kensington

High Street Kensington and the King’s Road in Chelsea are other popular shopping destinations for those looking for a bit more calm in comparison to the more busy shopping districts.

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Covent Garden

Covent Garden

Covent Garden is another busy destination with the tourists due to the live street entertainment that takes place, so if you fancy a bit of a shop and a bit of laughter, this is definitely the place for you.

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Brick Lane

Brick Lane

If you’re after more individualistic pieces and vintage clothing, head to Brick Lane in East London on a Sunday and you will find streets lined with stalls after stalls of just that.

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Alfies Antique Market

Alfies Antique Market

Situated on Church Street in Lisson Grove, is a London’s largest indoor market. Alfies Antique Market Opened in 1976 by Bennie Gray. 

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Westfield White City

Westfield White City

Home to more than 60 restaurants, 300 shops (ranging from high street to high end) and a cinema - Westfield White City is the place to go if you want everything under one (architecturally beautiful) roof.

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The Dresser

The Dresser

The Dresser was open in 1986 and recognized as London’s top second hand designer shop focusing in the selling and buying of high end fashion couture, footwear and accessories for both men and women.

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Portobello Market

Portobello Market

Portobello Market is an iconic London street market.  Saturday is the best day to visit this street well known market of Portobello Road where you can find wide-ranging antique and specialist shops and stalls.

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Tiffany & Co

Tiffany & Co

American luxury jewelry and specialty retailer Tiffany & Co is world’s leading jewelers since 1837 and now recognized as one of the leading names in jewelry making. Lovers of fine jewelry will be rushing to get to the world famous Tiffany & Co.

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Whiteleys

Whiteleys

London's first department store Whiteleys was opened in 1911 and has been a famous shopping destination ever since. Whiteleys is large shopping centre situated in Bayswater, London.

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Smythson of Bond Street

Smythson of Bond Street

Established in 1887, Smythson of Bond Street in London is a leading luxury lifestyle brand. A great place to shop for a wide range of high end luxury accessories, from diaries and bags to travel accessories, Smythson leather goods and luxury stationery are famous for timeless style and innovative design.

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Queensway

Queensway

Queensway is a busy shopping street in London's Bayswater. If you're looking for somewhere to shop and eat you should definitely go to the Bayswater Street.

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Marylebone High Street

Marylebone High Street

The busy and dynamic Marylebone High Street is London’s a popular shopping street. Since at least the seventeenth century it has been a London’s fashionable area and explained as hidden wonder of the West End.

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Kensington Church Street

Kensington Church Street

Kensington Church Street is one of the best London’s high street and shopping destination in London. The street is known for its number of art and antiques shops.

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