London has more than 40 stores and naturally establishes itself as the European shopping destination. Shopping in London is one of the must-do activities to do during your stay!
So where to shop and what are the different shopping districts?
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2,5 km long, Oxford Street brings together more than 300 boutiques and department stores such as J, House of Fraser or Selfridge.
There are international brands (Gap, Nike, Zara), inexpensive stores (Primark, Forever21, etc.) as well as numerous souvenir shops.
Located between Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus, Regent Street is an elegant shopping thoroughfare. There are chic brands with Armani Exchange, Hugo Boss, Superdry, but also more affordable such as Banana Republic, Guess, Hollister or H&M.
And if you are looking for English brands, you will have the choice between Aquascutum, Austin Reed, Barbour, Hackett and many more.
Finally, do not miss the shop Liberty, easily spotted thanks to its half-timbered facade, Tudor style and which offers a wide choice of so British items!
New Bond Street
South of Oxford Street, this chic district is the landmark of major luxury brands such as Church's, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Cartier ...
In the Soho district and a few blocks from Regent Street, Carnaby Street is a pedestrianized shopping street. This trendy village with colorful facades brings together very fashionable boutiques (The Kooples, Dr Martens, Fred Perry, etc.) and numerous bars and restaurants.
Covent as the English say is a very touristy area known for its covered market from the Victorian era which is now dedicated to crafts (jewelry, painting, clothing, etc.).
There are also chic boutiques (Penhaligon's, Paul Smith, Burberry ...) and many restaurants including Jamie's Italian and Rock & Sole Plaice.
Knightsbridge, Kensington and Brompton Road
Here is London's iconic shopping district: Harrods ! Not far the famous Harvey Nichols, smaller is less touristy than its neighbor. Finally if you want to flambé, go to the chic stores of Sloane Street with Christian Dior, Chanel and Katharine Hammett.
Notting Hill is a charming neighborhood with many colorful Victorian mansions, also known for its brocante from Portobeello Road which is the most famous in London. There are antiques, collectibles as well as trendy boutiques such as Maje, Sandro or Zadig Voltaire.
Located in North London, Camden is famous for its many markets where you can find clothes, shoes, original souvenirs and even antiques!
You will be surprised by the colorful facades with their 3D signs and its alternative culture.