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Guide of London, United Kingdom


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London Shopping, United Kingdom

London is without any doubt one of the meccas of the world for shopping, even if the prices may be higher than in other European countries, this city offers the privilege of being able to find anything you are looking for and definitely enjoying one the the best shopping experiences in the world.

Oxford Street and Regent Street: the most famous shopping street in London, two miles of just shops with all the major chain names plus some department stores like John Lewis and Selfridges, Debenhams, Marks & Spencer, John Lewis and House of Fraser, and for video and music, the multi-story HMV and Virgin Megastore.

Knightsbridge: the most famous London department stores Harrods and Harvey Nichols are located between Brompton Road and Sloan Street, you'll find all the major designer labels inside them and any type of product you are looking for, from gastronomy to hi tech. A little further on, Kensington High Street is the perfect spot for street fashion.

Old and New Bond Street: the true mecca of world fashion. All of the most famous designers in the world have their boutiques here and it is not unusual to see famous people get out of limousines to drop into one of these paradises. Not just fashion, but also jewelry, art galleries and antique shops. The most famous? Sotheby's, of course!

King's Road and Sloane Square: one of the most chic and trendy areas of London, with a good mix of famous labels and emerging designers, but also an excellent place for the most innovative furniture and accessories for the home.

Covent Garden: a very pleasant area for buying anything: street wear, books and gastronomy in an ambiance far from the chaos of Oxford Street, amidst quiet cobblestone streets. The brand new Seven Dials shopping area is not to be missed, situated in a pretty English village setting which offers a great shopping experience but also excellent cafes and restaurants.

Notting Hill: in addition to being a very popular quarter with artists and actors, this is an excellent place for those looking for the alternative, not just in fashion, but also books, furniture and music. It is not by chance that the famous Portobello Road is located right here.

 

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