Harvey Nichols is located in the heart of London's most fashionable and exclusive shopping district.
Harvey Nichols is known internationally for the luxury items it sells. It is home to the world’s most prestigious brands in womenswear, menswear, accessories, beauty, food and home. The store has a total of eight floors, with one floor dedicated completely to food and restaurants. Top tip: To avoid the crowds, visit during the week…Check Details
This luxurious department store is based in Knightsbridge and is the must-visit shop of London.
Harrods is perhaps London’s most famous department store named after Charles Henry Harrods, who opened a family grocer’s shop on the site in 1849. The shop has grown to become a haven for expensive and glamorous shopping. The eye-catching seven-storey building contains over 300 departments selling luxury items, from furniture and ladies fashion to polo…Check Details
This toy store is famous the world over
Hamleys is London’s most famous toy store and has become an international tourist attraction as the crowds add an even greater festive mood to this already carnival-like store. The toy selection at Hamleys is vast, taking up 7 floors, and its magical atmosphere and displays will enchant children, as well as their parents and grandparents….Check Details
Borough Market has survived for 20 centuries, and remains a centre of food excellence.
Borough Market boasts a young, successful gourmet food market alongside an older, established wholesale market. There are permanent tenants in properties surrounding the market as well as food and drink stalls. You can find a fantastic range of products including wine, beer, fresh fruit, vegetables and flowers. Top tip: Take your own shopping bag because…Check Details
Find everything you need in this huge shopping centre
Located opposite the Olympic Park, Westfield Stratford City is the home to hundreds of stores including John Lewis, Waitrose and M&S, as well as a Casino and Vue Cinema. Top tip: Wear the comfiest shoes you own for your trip to this shopping oasis. Fun fact: Westfield Stratford City is the largest urban shopping centre…Check Details
Camden Market has been named as London’s fourth-largest attraction.
Camden Market is a huge market, covering almost the whole neighbourhood and it can take hours to explore. Camden Town is a sea of entertainment. It overflows with a variety of colourful restaurants, bars, pubs, clubs, theatres and cinemas. Top tip: If your feet are starting to ache from all your market browsing, Yumchaa is…Check Details
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