Shopping Centres In London

Shopping Centres In London



London being a​ tourist as​ well as​ a​ financial hub always sees lots of​ people coming here. Whether you are a​ business traveler or​ leisure traveler, shopping is​ always on the​ cards. You can opt for​ the​ world famous Harrods and​ can also go for​ the​ local shopping as​ the​ options are wide open. Few of​ them named randomly are:

Bond Street
This is​ probably the​ best shopping street in​ the​ world. Old Bond Street and​ New Bond Street together make up what is​ called Bond Street. the​ shops here are said to​ have exclusivity. You can find many brands like Gianni Versace, Calvin Klein and​ others. This street is​ said to​ have the​ most stylish and​ elegant shops. This is​ a​ dream place for​ any shopper.

Kings Road
In 1960, this was the​ epicenter of​ fashion. the​ old shops have been replaced with chains but it​ has still got its charm. There are many boutiques, bars and​ restaurants where you can shop as​ well as​ enjoy a​ drink or​ two.

Brick Lane Market
Located in​ East London this market opens only on Sundays from early morning to​ 2 pm. it​ is​ famous for​ bric-a-brac. Here you can buy stuffs like new and​ vintage clothes, shoes, leather jacket etc.

Camden Market
The largest street market of​ the​ UK has many things to​ offer. You can have clothes, vegetarian food and​ many others quality products from here. This street market is​ spread over whole of​ Camden town.

Charing Cross Road
This is​ one place where book lovers can be seen quite in​ good numbers. You can have old books from here also. Don’t forget to​ bargain even though it​ may take time but in​ the​ end you will be much satisfied.

Covent Garden
This is​ another market in​ London where you will enjoy staying. it​ has everything that one can ask for​ like street entertainment, restaurants, cafes and​ royal opera house. Come here to​ shop and​ relax as​ the​ ambience is​ tension free.

Oxford Street
This is​ one place which is​ always bustling with people especially on Saturdays. Here you will find different kind of​ shops like sports shop, branded outlets and​ fashion wears. Selfridges is​ a​ departmental store which has a​ huge customer base and​ has been serving from 1909.

Regent Street
Fashionable boutiques, restaurants, international brands and​ many other stores can be found easily in​ Regent Street. the​ whole appearance of​ this street is​ beautiful, with the​ wide pavements and​ awesome architecture. Hamley’s, London’s largest toy shop is​ also present here. Shopping here can be a​ treat for​ your kids.

Piccadilly
Fortnum and​ Mason is​ the​ oldest and​ most famous shop here. it​ was founded by the​ grocer of​ King George III. You can also opt for​ two out of​ the​ league shops, the​ Burlington and​ Piccadilly. These two have product range from pen to​ sweaters. Here you can also see the​ oldest police force ‘the Burlington Beadles’.

Tottenham Court Road
This is​ a​ marketplace famous for​ computer and​ electronics related products. There are few discount shops which may be worth checking and​ if​ you are lucky then you might find a​ suitable one for​ yourself. Here you can also look out for​ many restaurants and​ bars and​ mind you they are pretty good in​ their business.

London is​ calling you and​ it​ is​ the​ right time as​ it​ is​ always to​ visit London. Book your London Hotels in​ advance!




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