Shopping in London

Oxford Street

Oxford Street

Oxford Street – Nearest Tube Oxford Circus Thought to be Europe’s busiest shopping street, London’s Oxford Street is famous the World Over. With nearly 550 stores in total it has everything for high end fashion to kiosks that will fix your watch for you. Over the years the street has split into two very distinct

Covent Garden

Covent Garden

  Covent Garden – Nearest Tube Covent Garden Surprisingly unheard of by a lot of visitors to London is our historical Covent Garden once famous for is fruit and vegetable stalls, now better know for its street entertainers, pubs and boutique shopping. In the centre of the market there are lines of market stalls selling

Carnaby Street

Carnaby Street

  Carnaby Street – Nearest Tube Oxford Street Made famous in the 1960’s for the place to go to get your “hippy” or “Mod” threads, Carnaby Street has gone through many transformations from chique to rag to high end. The latest transformation has seen it become a upmarket centre for predominately male fashion. From shoes

Regent Street

Regent Street

Regent Street – Nearest Tube Oxford Street or PiccadillySet in the shadow of it’s larger and more famous competitor in Oxford Street, Regent Street is making a serious challenge on the hunt for flag ship stores. With a aggressive store selection policy the street has said goodbye to some old tenants and welcomed in a

Bond Street

Bond Street

Bond Street – Nearest Tube Bond Street For those that want to invest in something special, bespoke or the latest fashion before it hits Oxford Street you can head to Bond Street. With names such as Donna Karen, Bally, Boodles, Burberry, Chanel, Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton, Prada you can get the picture. Just off from

London’s Markets

London’s Markets

With many of London’s shopping areas quickly becoming standardised it is well worth breaking it up by visiting one of London’s many markets. Camden Market – Nearest Tube Camden Town. Stalls ranging from craft and hobby to hippie chique, heavy metal to giftware. There are several large vintage clothing and memorabilia stores as well as

Westfield Shopping Centre London

Westfield Shopping Centre London

Westfield Shopping Centre – Nearest Tube Shepherd’s Bush and White City With Oxford Street’s popularity with visitors as high as ever many locals choose to avoid the bussle and head to the capital’s latest shopping centre Westfields. With over 300 shops, 50 restaurants, Cinemas and even hotels, Westfield has everything you need for a day’s

Westfield Shopping Centre Stratford

Westfield Shopping Centre Stratford

  London’s latest Shopping centre opened it’s doors in 2011 in Stratford in East London. Built in the shadow of the new Olympic Village, the store boasts over 300 stores offering fashion, food, homewares, health and beauty and much more, you’re sure to find just what you’re looking for at Westfield Stratford City. Nearest Tube –

Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf – Nearest Tube Canary Wharf Situated in the heart of London’s newest business district, Canary Wharf rarely makes it onto London Tourist’s radars. With all of the top stores such as , Aquascutum, Hackett, Karen Millen, Hugo Boss, Levi, Links of London, Tiffany and Co and many more. It can get extremely busy during

London Souvenirs

London Souvenirs

No trip to London would be complete without a visit to one of it’s hundreds of souvenir shops. London does souvenirs better than any other country in the World, in their originality, quality and above all price. With so much competition around the prices are by far the cheapest in Europe with many gifts under

Tax Free Shopping

Tax Free Shopping

When shopping in the UK you will be charged Value Added Tax (VAT) on all your purchases. Similar to Sales Tax in other countries, VAT is not chargeable on Children’s clothes, books or food (plus a few other smaller categories such as Airline fuel!), but is included on everyday non essential items. Unlike many States