International Travel — U.K.
London , England
Shopping in London
— Famous Stores
— Fun Shopping Destinations
— Market Stalls & Antiques
London is one of the most exciting places in the world to shop — we've listed some of our favorite stores and shopping destinations:
Harrods one of the world's most
famous department stores...even Royalty shops here.
Nichols located near Harrod's in fashionable Knightsbridge,
it was a favorite of the late Princess Diana's.
Street located in the heart of London, it is lined with
department stores, boutiques, specialty shops, restaurants and cafés.
Be sure to visit Selfridges it caters to all tastes. And if you want a touch of Sixties
nostalgia, check out nearby Carnaby
Street it's located just off Oxford Street, near Piccadilly
Circus. During the Holiday Season, Regent Street comes alive with
festive lights and decorations. Liberty London is one of the area's most popular stores.
Street its upscale designer shops include Hermes, Armani,
Gucci and Versace. Bond Street also has fine antique stores.
Kensington High Street this popular shopping area, located near Knightsbridge, features fine stores, trendy boutiques, restarants and cafés.
While in the neighborhood, be sure to check out Kensington
Palace the former home of Diana, the Princess of Wales. Other popular area attractions include Kensington
Gardens and Lake.
The King's Road, Chelsea is a fun place to shop, hang-out, and people-watch — lined with trendy boutiques and cafés, it's popular with tourists and locals alike!
A Shopaholics Dream!
Westfield London Mall is the largest mall in a European city — featuring
over 280 shops, including Tiffany and Gucci,
50 restaurants, bars and casual dining eateries, beautiful fountains,
palm trees — and over 4,500 parking spaces.
In September 2011, the new Westfield Stratford in London's East End opened — adjacent
to the site of the 2012 Olympics.
One New Change features 60+ stores, cozy cafés and fun restaurants — and overlooks one of London's most famous landmarks, St. Paul's Cathedral.
Stalls & Antiques
Camden Lock Market
Columbia Road Market
(Shops & Flower Market)
East London; Sundays only
*Kensington Market (formerly located at Kensington High Street) has moved to Queensway, Bayswater (near the ice-skating rink).
Open Mon-Sat 10am-6pm.
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Fun London Gifts
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