Friday, 19 July 2013

London shopping experience

London shopping
Out of town shopping centres may also have begun to decline in the traditional street United Kingdom during the past few years, and it is easy to see why. But while London does not offer this - it is not necessary!

London has it all. From the kiosk market's Department store in the world, from inexpensive trinkets to the fashion forefront extortionately price of designers in the world, all is served by the commercial area of London, many and varied.

As convenient as shopping center, or they are scratching the surface of London which is able to offer to the purchaser in terms of diversity and wherever you are in the city, is just a short bus or tube. With the opportunity to see some of the world's most famous monuments, as well as commercial experience in London can not be defeated.

Oxford Street

Busiest UK high street and the most popular shopping areas of London are crammed into full reality when most popular shops: most the nation's 300. Many of the great names of the street have their stores logo here and the road also offers that you stores of the oldest record in the world (number 363 of HMV). Also for the world famous department store Selfridges, Oxford Street is 1 ½ miles utopia of shopping for people that do not care be some experience on a busy side.

Nearest tube: Marble Arch, Bond Street, Oxford Circus, Tottenham Court Road


Knightsbridge is home to stylish boutiques and department stores quality - the jewel in the Crown of Harvey Nicholls is absolutely amazing and the most famous corner store in the world, Harrods. Renowned fashion designers can be found in Sloane Street and equally elegant but smaller, instead of Beauchamp exit.

Nearest tube: Knightsbridge

Kensington High Street

Kensington offers a bit of everything for people who buy in London. This Hotel offers well known chain stores, many unique pieces, Department stores (the main is Barker), a wide variety of antique shops (near Kensington Church Street) and several restaurants. Is less ornate than the western end and of course a touch of class.

Nearest metro: High Street Kensington

Regent Street

Regent Street, fleeing ³⁄₄ miles between Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus, definitely gives the shopping experience visual smarter in London because of all the shops in accordance with the same ornate architectural style. It has shops, fashion boutiques, restaurants and shop of the famous street names as well as House famous the world, Hamley's toy.

Nearest tube: Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus

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