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London Shopping

London is arguably the city where most shopping lovers go mad, offering stores and markets of any kind and for any taste. Discover how and where to shop in London. Our London shopping guide offers precious aid those who wants to shop, enjoying the whole city, introducing those districts and areas where you will find the most fashionable and eccentric shops in the world.

Luxury Shopping in London


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London provides major shopping areas, homes to the most exclusive fashion boutiques including the greatest brands in the world. Bond Street, historic street now occupied by the most popular shops in London, is the city's hub for the élite shopping. Close by, Knightsbridge is best known for Harvey Nichols ever-so refined department store, and the world-wide known Harrods. In order to purchase something typically British, you cannot miss Fortnum&Mason store, the Royal Family's official supplier, with over two hundred varieties of tea.

www.bondstreet.co.uk
www.fortnumandmason.com
www.harrods.com
www.harveynichols.com
www.selfridges.com


Trendy Shopping in London


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Oxford Street is considered a major thoroughfare in London, featuring over 300 shops of all kinds. Carnaby Street is an unmisasble stop, a past meeting place of famous artists, current destination of anyone looking for the best alternative or trendy shops. Close by is Regents’ Street, home to the worldwide chain stores.

www.oxfordstreet.co.uk
www.carnaby.co.uk
www.regentstreetonline.com


Markets in London


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Showing over 300 street markets, London is the city in the world that most offers chances to find every conceivable item that one is looking for. London's most famous and tourist markets are Camden Town and Portobello; the first is suitable for the purchase of 2nd hand and particular items, the second a world-famous market, selling antiques. Noteworthy are Camden Lock, Greenwich, Brick Lane, Brixton markets, and above all, Covent Garden where you will enjoy the spirit of the city thanks to the many street exhibitions and stalls that sell print and items in pure British style.

www.coventgardenmarket.co.uk
www.boroughmarket.org.uk
www.greenwichmarket.net


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