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Shopping in London

With more than 30,000 shops you can find everything you need, and much more. Shop 'till you drop at the numerous luxury department stores of Harrods and Harvey Nichols, go to the popular shopping stores at Oxford Street or visit one of the trendy markets in London.

Well-known stores

  1. [Harrods]
    You will not leave this building without one of the typical green bags, because Harrods is one of the most exclusive department stores in the world, with luxurious furnishings and a wide selection.
    87-135 Brompton Rd, Knightsbridge, London

  2. Selfridges
    After Harrods, this is the second largest shop in London, which has been open since 1909 and mostly offers high-end products.
    400 Oxford St, Marylebone, London

  3. Oxford street
    One of the most well-known streets in London, which has a daily attendance of half a million visitors and is with about 300 shops and one of the busiest streets in Europe.
    To get to the Oxford Street, use any of the number of tube stations and lines.

Something different

  1. Present
    For the men among you, or maybe the women who like to give (or use it), here you will find something special, from designer fashion to high end products for daily care.
    140 Shoreditch High Street, London

  2. Other/Shop
    Exclusive selection guaranteed! Up-and-coming designers present exclusive fashion collections and lifestyle articles here.
    21 Kingly Street, London

  3. House of Vintage
    For those who like to be inspired by the fashion of the past. This is a real treasure trove, with pieces from 1920 to 1980.
    4 Cheshire St, London

Like a local

  1. Camden Market
    One of the most famous markets where you can find extraordinary shops that you will not find at home. Here, for example, punk friends or Goths find some unusual parts too. Get inspired!
    Camden Lock Pl, London

  2. Covent Garden Market
    Since this was originally a pure fruit and vegetable market, you will still find plenty of food in the Covent Garden Market. Nowadays, there is also the opportunity to buy homemade gifts, as well as art.
    The Market Building, Covent Garden Piazza, London

  3. Portobello Road
    If you are looking for a witty gift, then this is the right market for you! Here, antique objects line up, the Portobello Road therefore is a must for every collector when searching for "new" treasures.
    Portobello Road, London

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