Shopping

London has been one of the worlds most important fashion cities for hundreds of years. London is a home to countless designer outlets as well as places where you pick up a great bargain. London is full of department stores like Harrods, markets like Borough Market as well as world famous shopping streets like Oxford street.

 

This mixture is what makes London one of the best shopping cities and the perfect place to shop till you drop. It doesn’t matter if you are looking for high end designer chic, souvenirs or arts and crafts you will find it in London.

The following are some of the best places to go shopping in London.

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Camden Market
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Camden Market

Camden Market is located in Camden Town not far from London Zoo. This crazy market has over 1000 shops and stalls that sell everything from the latest in fashion, music to some great art and beautiful food. This is the place to pick up cheap souvenirs though that it can get extremely busy on market days.

Brick Lane Market
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Brick Lane Market

Brick Lane Mark is a market that is located in the East End of London on the northern end of Brick Lane. This area has long been home to immigrants including the Jewish and more recently the Bangladeshi's.  This cultural mixture means it is as easy to get a bagel on Brick Lane as it is to get a delicious curry.The ...

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Seven Dials London
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Seven Dials London

While the market piazza is the main drawcard of Covent Garden , we recommend heading outside to the Seven Dials area for some even better shopping. This area gets its name from the seven interconnecting streets, and contains over 96 fashion, beauty and lifestyle stores and over 90 independent restaurants, cafés and ...

Leadenhall Market
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Leadenhall Market

Leadenhall Market is a covered market in the center of the City of London, located on Gracechurch Street. The market is one of the oldest in London and dates back to the 14th Century. Fans of Harry Potter will instantly recognise the elegant Victorian roof which was used to represent Diagon Alley in Harry Potter and ...

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Portobello Road Market
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Portobello Road Market

If you are a shopaholic, make sure to plan a visit to the Portobello Road Market during your trip to London. Out of the entire area occupied by the market, the region between the Elgin Crescent and Chepstow Villas enjoys maximum popularity.

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Greenwich Market
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Greenwich Market

Greenwich has been home to a bustling market since the 1300s. However, the one we have today began its journey in 1700. The modern-day Greenwich Market began its journey when Lord Romney assigned a 1000-year contract to the Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital for running two markets every week, once on Wednesday and ...

Kings Road
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Kings Road

King’s Road is a celebrity-ridden shopping area in London. This is because it is home to countless designer stores. You would be hard pressed to find a designer who doesn’t display their goods on this street. Besides fashion items, you can also find superior quality interior décor items in this area. Vintage clothes ...

Westfield London
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Westfield London

Westfield London is a shopping centre located in White City not far from Shepherds Bush. Owned by an Australian company the centre is familiar to anyone who has been to a similar shopping centre in Australia.  The mall is the best place to find everything you need under one roof, from fashion stores to household goods ...

Knightsbridge Shopping
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Knightsbridge Shopping

Tourists flock to Knightsbridge shopping area by the thousands every day. It is immensely popular because of the variety of goods sold here, ranging from clothing to household goods to even artistic collections. One of the most popular stores for tourists in this area is Harrods.

Jermyn Street
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Jermyn Street

Jermyn Street is a quiet shopping street located in Mayfair, however it has long been one of the most fashionable shopping areas in London. It is well known for selling quality menswear, ranging from shirts to trousers and even tailored suits.

Bond Street
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Bond Street

Bond Street is the ultimate definition of sophistication. The shopping street is dotted with myriad fashion stores including some of the worlds biggest designer names, such as Christian Dior and Louis Vuitton. Bond Street also boasts of designer jewelers such as Tiffany & Co. as well as Cartier.

Carnaby Street
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Carnaby Street

Carnaby Street, SOHO is one of my favorite shopping streets in London and a great place to wander for hours. Carnaby street is best known for its bold fashion stores and the street still embodies the rebellious attitude of the teenagers in the Beatles era of the swinging 60’s. You can find intriguing vintage outfits ...

Shoreditch and Spitalfields
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Shoreditch and Spitalfields

Shoreditch and Spitalfields is a series of markets stalls, lane-way's and shops  that is a great shopping area is to be found in the East End neighbourhood and full of upcoming designers showcasing their amazing talents.  It is a great place to find unique and authentic designs in this area.

Harrods Department Store
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Harrods Department Store

Opened in 1849, Harrods is a world famous department store that is located on Brompton Road in the posh London suburb of Knightsbridge. 

Covent Garden Market
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Covent Garden Market

Covent garden is located in the West End of London and the area is full of shopping, restaurants, bars and markets perfect for the whole family. Home to high end fashion stores like Apple and Tom Ford as well as a wide range of smaller boutique shops it is a great place for Aussies to get lost and shop till you drop. ...

Oxford Street
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Oxford Street

Oxford Street is probably the most famous shopping street's in the heart of London and up there with some of the world's best. Oxford Street has over 300 shops where you will find virtually all kinds of high-street fashion items as well as most of the big designer outlets and department stores like Selfridges, ...

Borough Market
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Borough Market

Borough Market is ones of London's most icon markets offering a range of British and International produce. Located next to London Bridge this market has over 100 stalls offering delicious foods, cheeses and patisseries. Borough Market has existed for around 1000 years and is defined by its position at one end of ...

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