Shopping in London

If you are looking to grab some bargains this January you could consider booking a weekend break in London. The capital city is well known for its amazing variety of shops from the huge luxury retail stores like Harrods, through to the wonderful unique items for sale at London’s markets. If you are looking to seriously splash some cash this January, then London’s stores are a fantastic place to start! Remember, if you want to save your money to spend on more fabulous items, and then make sure you keep a lookout for one of the great deals many websites will be offering in the New Year to find London accommodation.

But back to the shopping. There are several districts which offer great shopping opportunities:

Oxford Street
The main shopping street in London with over 300 shops, including designer outlets. Here you can find Selfridges, John Lewis and Debenhams as well as many other well-known high street names.

Regent Street & Jermyn Street
Here you will find middle of the range fashion stores nestled alongside some of London’s oldest and most well known stores including Liberty and Hamleys. Jermyn Street is close by and perfect for any men accompanying you on your shopping spree. Here you will find a number of bespoke shops.

Bond Street & Mayfair
The ultimate street if you’ve got money to spend or just want to indulge in some luxury window shopping. This is the designer sector in London with some of the most exclusive shops including Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co.

Westfield
The largest urban shopping centre in Europe, this is the ideal location if you want to do all your shopping under one roof.

King’s Road
The home of Vivienne Westwood’s shop, you will also find an eclectic mix of boutiques, independent labels alongside high street and designer names.

Knightsbridge
The place to find the very well known department stores, Harrods and Harvey Nichols.

Of course, there are many more areas you can discover some of London’s stores including Savile Row, Covent Garden and Notting Hill but we think that just visiting the above will keep you busy for a day or two!

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