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ImageOxford Street without doubt is the King of shopping streets, or should we say the ‘Queen’ of shopping streets! Along with Regent Street, Oxford Street is home to some of the most high end designer stores and shops in addition to mega stores such as Selfridges and Hamley’s toy haven. But the more pedestrian of us need not be disappointed for here you will also find the ‘oh so endearing’ Marks and Spencer and John Lewis.

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Expensive Shopping

Selfridges
Selfridges is the second largest retail store in London, after Harrods. Centrally located on Oxford ...
Fortnum & Mason
Department store; food/drink This 300 year old regal and exotic store is a food connoisseur’s ...
Rellik
Think deliciously outlandish retro clothing, think Rellik. Although a little on the expensive side, ...
Hamleys Kids toys
One of the world’s largest toy stores, Hamleys traces its history back to the 16th century. The ...
Harvey Nichols
If it’s fashion it’s here. Harvey Nichols is unarguably London’s most well known luxury ...
Oxford Street
Oxford Street without doubt is the King of shopping streets, or should we say the ‘Queen’ of ...
Bond Street
Home to flagship stores of international designers such as Prada, Chanel, Ralph Lauren and Gucci, ...
Harrods
Harrods is the rich man’s answer to Wal-Mart. London’s most famous department store traces its ...
Paul Smith
Walk into his store and you will know that there is a mighty good reason why Paul Smith was ...

Moderate Shopping

Mexx
Founded in 1986 in Netherlands, Mexx is a clothing chain with stores spread across the world. The ...
Debenhams
Founded in 1778, Debenhams is a Britain based chain of retail stores stocking over 100 designer and ...
Top Shop
Topshop, known primarily for its womenswear, is a chain of clothing stores operating in over 100 ...
Next
Next is one of Britain’s largest clothing retailer with over 400 stores in UK alone. High end ...
Marks and Spencer
Marks and Spencer is probably close to being the Mecca of the British Middle Class. Started in 1884 ...
H&M
H & M, short for Hennes & Mauritz is a Swedish clothing company with over 1700 stores ...
Gap
Chances are that you have heard of GAP atleast once in your life. This trendy American clothing and ...

Budget Shopping

Petticoat Lane Market
Petticoat Lane market is said to be one of the oldest markets in Britain. Although open from Monday ...
Camden Lock Market
Camden Lock is located beside Regent’s Canal in Camden Town and was till 1994, the only market ...
Spitalfields Market
The more than 100 year old Spitalfields market has recently been redeveloped and is now much more ...
Portobello Market
Portobello Road is home to what is perhaps one of the most well known street market in Europe- the ...

Souvenir Shopping

Piccadilly Circus
Piccadilly Circus and Oxford Street are some of the best places to find gifts and souvenir items. ...

Miscellaneous Shopping

Alfie's Antique Market
A superb place for shoppers to discover 20th-century antiques is the massive labyrinth of Alfie's ...
Borough Market
Housed in a large Victorian building in South London, Borough Market is London’s oldest food ...
Fopp
This all in one bookstore has everything you could ask for and some more. Fopp is a reasonably ...
Covent Garden
The Piazza at Covent Garden is ideal for spending some time sipping on coffee at one of the ...
Camden Passage
Camden Passage is an antique market in the London Borough of Islington. Stalls selling antique ...
Tottenham Court Road
If electronics is what you’re looking for then head straight to Tottenham Court Road where you ...