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Elizabeth Street

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Shop in the heart of the Grosvenor Belgravia estate

Elizabeth Street provides the village experience im the centre of London. The traditional Victorian street houses an array of independent retailers – from chemists and stationers to world famous fashion and interior designers. Top tip: Visit in December and treat yourself to seasonal treats and gifts at Elizabeth Street’s pop-up Christmas market. Fun fact: Elizabeth…

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King’s Road

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Shop on one of London’s most famous streets

King’s Road is home to unique eateries, trendy boutiques and glamorous designer shops. Stretching through Chelsea and Fulham, King’s Road is famously known for its 1960s style and affluent community. Top tip: Hunt for treasures at the Chelsea Antiques Market. Fun fact: King’s Road derives its name from its function as a private road used…

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Portobello Market

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Dive into one of the world’s most famous markets

Located in the heart of West London, Portobello Market has been around since the 19th century and stretches for two miles down Portobello Road. Selling everything from precious antiques to bread and fruit, the market is a must visit for any avid shopper. Top tip: For the full effect of the market, visit on a…

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Ebury Street and Ebury Square Gardens

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Shop in the heart of Belgravia

Ebury Street is a historic street in Belgravia and is home to an array of unique independent shops and restaurants. Ebury Square Gardens, a former nursery garden, boasts an iron fountain and stunning golden acacia trees. Top tip: On the corner of Ebury Street is where Pimlico Farmers’ Market is held every Saturday from 9am….

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Notting Hill

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Immerse yourself in this iconic London area

Notting Hill is one of London’s most visited areas and is home to the world famous Notting Hill Carnival and Portobello Market. Notting Hill is also famous for being the setting for serval iconic movies including Notting Hill, Paddington Bear and Bedknobs and Broomsticks. Top tip: Take a guided walking tour to get the full…

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Selfridges

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Delve into the home of Mr Selfridge

Selfridges is one of the best places to visit in London for its stylish mix of fashion, furniture, food and beauty. Located on Oxford Street, Selfridges is the ultimate shopping experience and the destination for all the latest in the fashion. Top tip: Selfridges is world famous for its innovative window displays, visit at Christmas…

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Oxford Street

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Spend a day shopping in Europe's largest high street!

Oxford Street has one of the highest concentrations of large shops in the world. More than 300 shops sell thousands of lines of goods from inexpensive gifts to haute couture. The most famous shops include Debenhams, John Lewis, Selfridges, Marks & Spencer and Topshop. Top tip: Visit Oxford Street at Christmas to see the beautiful…

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Bond Street

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Spend a day shopping on London’s most expensive street

London’s Bond Street is known around the globe for being the hub of many of the world’s most luxurious retailers including Jimmy Choo, Burberry, Chanel, Tiffany & Co and Dolce Gabbana. Top tip: If you are travelling to Bond Street from Oxford Street, head towards Zara, opposite Debenhams, to find all the designer stores. Fun…

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Fortnum & Mason

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Treat yourself to a luxury afternoon tea at Fortnum & Mason

Fortnum & Mason is a London department store, which was opened in 1707 by William Fortum and Hugh Mason as a grocery store, sells luxury hampers, food and gifts. Top tip: Visit Fortnum & Mason’s Tea Shop for beautifully made sweet treats and a huge range of speciality teas. Fun fact: Fortnum & Mason opened…

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Liberty London

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Shop at the most fashionable department store in London.

Liberty is a department store in London, known for its graphic prints and being at the forefront of fashion design. The store sells a range of luxury goods including women’s, men’s and children’s fashion, fragrances, jewellery, accessories, furniture, stationery and gifts. Top tip: Experience the whole of Liberty London by using the complimentary personal shopping service Liberty offer with no…

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