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A list of the shops and stores on Oxford Street in central London, UK. The street is approximately one and a half miles long and is home to around 131 shops.

Oxford Street, London

The major stores on Oxford Street are: Debenhams, HMV, House of Fraser, John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, Primark, Selfridges and Topshop. In recent years, Oxford Street is facing competition from Westfield London and Westfield Stratford shopping centres.

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Ann Summers
Arabian Oud
Blow LTD
Boux Avenue
Carphone Warehouse
Claire’s Accessories
Crest of London
Curry’s PC World
Dorothy Perkins
Double Agent
Dr. Martens
Duck & Dry
Dune London
Ernest Jones
Flight centre
Flying Tiger

Primark, Oxford Street, London

Folli Follie
Foot Locker
Forever 21
French Connection
G-Star Raw
H Samuel
Hawes & Curtis
Holland & Barrett
House of Fraser
JD Sports
John Lewis
Kiko Milano
Kingdom of Souvenirs
Kingdom of Sweets
Links of London
Massimo Dutti
Miss Selfridge
Moss Bros
New Balance
New Look

Disney Store, Oxford Street, London

Oud Milano
Pull & Bear
River Island
Russell & Bromley
Sports Direct
Sunglass Hut
Thames Souvenirs
The Blue Door
The Body Shop
The Club at Park Lane
The Disney Store
The Fragrance Shop
The Perfume Shop
Urban Outfitters
Virgin Media
Vision Express

Zara, Oxford Street, London

Watches of Switzerland

Please note: This list of shops and opening times is correct at time of publication (2018), but shops and their hours do change, so please check with individual stores before travelling.

See also
Oxford Street shopping guide
Oxford Street opening and closing times
A list of the shops at Westfield Stratford shopping centre

Where is the Best Shopping in London?

London is a top shopping destination for people throughout the world.

But whether you’re looking to break the bank, or you’re pinching pennies, there’s a variety of districts in London ready to meet your retail needs!

Each shopping districts/streets in London have their own vibe and specialties so read below to see where is the best shopping in London for your personal shopping experience.



Oxford Street

Oxford Street is considered the centre of London’s shopping world.

Holding well over 300 shops, 4 underground stations, as well as flagship stores for numerous companies, Oxford Street is not only the busiest shopping location in London it’s the largest shopping district in existence.

Here you will find shops known around the world: Topshop, Selfridge’s, Debenhams, H&M, and Uni Qlo and the largest Primark in the world just to name a few.



Clothing, accessories, shoes, or souvenirs, London’s Oxford Street has it all.  

http://oxfordstreet.co.uk/shopping/ Underground Stations: [East to West] Tottenham Court Road, Oxford Circus, Bond Street & Marble Arch

Once you’ve finished shopping, you’ll definitely be ready for a bite to eat (and maybe a cheeky drink or two), or perhaps you’d like to have some tasty treats in the morning and walk it off with some shopping afterwards!

Bond Street

Bond Street is all about luxury! If you’re looking for designer labels, this is where to go, Burberry, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co, Michael Koors…the list goes on.

Bond Street also holds the only Victoria’s Secret and Abercrombie & Fitch in the U.K.



If your budget won’t stretch to Bond Street, it is worth just walking down the road to peek into some of the most glamorous window displays in town.  

Underground Stations: Bond Street, Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus is famous the world over for its’ vibrant, flashing lights and the Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain (the incorrectly dubbed “statue of Eros”).

But, in addition to being a traffic hub, it’s also surrounded by great shopping.

To the north of Piccadilly Circus is Regent Street – as we’ve detailed already.

It also edges on Soho which is full of funky independent shops, fascinating stores, vintage fabric and clothing, as well as great nightlife.



To the West, is the street of Piccadilly itself, which is home to the stunning Fortnum & Mason’s – one of London’s first department stores, erected in 1707, as well as Waterstones, one of the largest bookstores in Europe.

If you’d like to find out more about Piccadilly Circus and this beautiful part of town, make sure to join our Soho, Piccadilly Circus, and Chinatown Tour or our Rock n’ Roll Tour! 

Nearest Tube Station: Piccadilly Circus

Regent Street

Perhaps the most atheistically pleasing of all the shopping districts listed here, Regent Street was designed by master architect Sir John Nash in the 19th century.

With huge sweeping vistas and different decorations throughout the year (including impressive Christmas displays), Regent Street is a picturesque place to spend your pennies.

Located here are range from the top end (Liberty of London and Ferrari) to fun and affordable.



Keep an eye out for Hamleys – the largest toy store in London and a must-visit destination for those traveling with children!

Often it is possible to visit Barbie, Captain John Sparrow and the like standing outside the shop and visiting is a sensory experience for people of all ages.  

http://www.regentstreetonline.com/ Underground Stations: Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus

Carnaby Street

Carnaby Street was the heart of swinging London in the 1960s and still offers quirky and glam shops, international brands, and unique one-of-a-kinds.

Boasting over 150 different shops and over 50 restaurants and bars, Carnaby is a great place to shop off the main roads of London and is a wonderful place to get lost!



Cobbled roads, small centres, alleys, and dead ends, Carnaby Street is on the edge of Soho and is a great destination for those who like to stumble upon interesting shops and bars during their visit.  

http://www.carnaby.co.uk/ Underground Stations: Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus


Shopping in Knightsbridge is definitely not for those travelling on a budget!

Here you will find some of the most prestigious and famous retail and fashion names in the world, Prada, Gucci, Burberry, Agent Provocateur, and even Christian Louboutin – this district is all about high fashion.

Knightsbridge is also home to two of the best-known department stores in Europe: Harvey Nichols and Harrod’s.



Harrod’s is worth browsing even if guests do not have the intent to buy and goods in their food halls can oftentimes be affordable.

Underground Station: Knightsbridge

After a bit of shopping in beautiful Knightsbridge, what better way to finish your retail experience than by visiting the most luxurious department store in the world – Harrods!

Once you’ve enjoyed the gorgeous surroundings that Harrods has to offer, consider exploring the rest of Knightsbridge with our Self-Guided Knightsbridge and Chelsea Tour that will take you through some of the most glamourous neighbourhoods in town and finishes along the iconic River Thames!

King’s Road

In the heart of Chelsea lies the King’s Road – a singular stretch of eclectic shops, clothing boutiques, bars, and restaurants.

From high fashion at shops owned by names as recognisable as Vivienne Westwood to antiques at the Chelsea Antiques Market, King’s Road is a broad mix of different types of shops and stores.

A true London shopping experience, King’s Road is a destination for celebrities in London as well as locals and tourists alike.



http://www.visitlondon.com/things-to-do/place/29445369-kings-road Underground Station: Sloane Square

Not only is Chelsea a great area to celebrity-spot and shop, but it’s also a great London district for literary lovers.

Chelsea is an area jam-packed with locations associated with some of the world’s best-known writers.

We’ve composed a helpful Self-Guided Literary Tour of London that will take you not only past the shops but also through history as you check out the homes of celebrated authors from throughout history, such as Oscar Wilde, George Eliot, Mark Twain, and Bram Stoker.

Covent Garden

Covent Garden has hosted a market for centuries and it is still operating to this day.

Market stalls with handmade goods and crafts as well as cheap clothing and souvenirs, Covent Garden’s Market provides a true London market shopping experience.



However, Covent Garden is also home to recognisable shops based here permanently (Apple and The Body Shop, for example) and is filled with cobbled roads, eclectic boutiques…and even one of the finest cheese stores in London (Neal’s Yard Dairy)!

A great place to ‘get lost’ Covent Garden provides good shopping for any budget and a variety of retail ranges.

http://www.coventgardenlondonuk.com/shopping Underground Station: Covent Garden

Not only is Covent Garden one of the best shopping districts in town, it also happens to be one of the best places to grab a bite to eat!

And amongst the hundreds of shops, you’ll find a hundred places to satisfy your appetite.

Since Covent Garden is a mix of authentic London restaurants, as well as restaurant tourist traps, we’ve put together a Self-Guided Food Tour of Covent Garden to help you taste the best that this neighbourhood has to offer!

The Royal Exchange

Located in the heart of London’s financial district, the Royal Exchange previously hosted the centre of commerce for the City of London.

Today, however, the Royal Exchange hosts a variety of luxury shops, Rolex, Tiffany & Co., Hermes, Gucci…just to give an idea.



Luxury restaurants and champagne bars are a great place to take a shopping break and the location of the Royal Exchange, the opposite side of town from our other shopping centres, means it is oftentimes not as busy as the better-known shopping locations of London.  

http://www.theroyalexchange.co.uk/ Underground Station: Bank


Yes, these are just regular malls. Asian and European visitors are big on Westfield although Americans aren’t bothered since we have them everywhere!)

The newest additions to the London shopping scene, London’s two Westfield malls – Shepherd’s Bush and Stratford – are two of the largest urban shopping centres in all of Europe. 

Located entirely indoors, they also make excellent places to browse and shop when the London weather isn’t too cooperative! 

Both Westfields are divided into two parts – the standard shopping areas and the luxury departments.



This means there are the standard names you’d expect to see (Marks & Spenser, House of Fraser, Debenhams, Primark) as well as top labels known the world over (Jimmy Choo, Tag Heuer, and Ted Baker). 

With over 275 shops in each, more than three dozen places to eat overall, as well as seasonal ice rinks and cinemas, the Westfields are one-stop shops for a retail day out.  

Nearest Tube Stations: Shepherd’s Bush, White City, Stratford.

London’s Bargain Markets – Tired of treading the shops? Or are you a bargain hunter who loves to haggle? Then perhaps you’d like to shop in some of the best-known markets in the world! We’ve got handy guides to help you choose which market has what you want to buy!

Camden Market 

Located in Northwest London on the bank of Regent’s Park, Camden Market is actually a series of open-air and indoor markets, along with food stalls, retail shops, bars, and restaurants.

Open every day of the year (aside from Christmas), the weekends are still the best time to visit as that is the only time to guarantee all the stalls will be open.

For those who are adventurous, off-beat, or just a little bit quirky, Camden is the place to head.



In Camden, vintage shops, piercing parlours, and tattoo artists reside alongside stalls selling food from all around the world.

Home to a thriving counter-culture community, Camden is a haven for those who are fans of the extreme and outlandish.

An explosion of colors and textures, art, and antiques, Camden Market is a bustling complex well worth a visit.

For the gastronomists among you, Borough Market is your sure fire stop for delicious and authentic London food and drink.

One of the oldest markets in London, Borough operates on a wholesale level on weekday mornings and is open to the public for commercial trade on weekday lunchtimes and all day on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.

Located under beautifully architected structures dating from the 19th century to the 1930s, Borough can be found in Southwark, just below the River Thames.



Originally focused on fruit and vegetables, Borough now sells nearly any kind of edible delight one can imagine, showcasing local purveyors from all over the United Kingdom and Europe.

Food is available to eat as soon as you buy it, or you can purchase a multitude of ingredients to create your own meal at home.

From bakeries to butchers, confectionaries to charcuterie, seafood to spices, dairy to drinks – whatever you choose to indulge in, I guarantee you will not leave Borough Market with an empty stomach!

Check out our self-guided Borough Market Food Tour, where you can easily what we recommend trying.

The largest antiques market in the entire world, Portobello showcases over 1,000 dealers in one localised area in the west of London.

The antique showcases at Portobello are a Saturday operation, with many stalls opening at 8:30 or 9:00 am and oftentimes packing up by 4 pm.



Easily the busiest market in London, it is best to visit Portobello first thing in the morning to avoid the crowds.

100’s of stalls, stands, shops and arcades are located along Portobello Road, providing some of the most unique antique items available in the capital.

Bric-a-brac, jewelry, art and artifacts, crystal, silver and gold, books or clothes – whatever you may be after, you are sure to find it at Portobello.

On Saturdays, there are also a number of food trucks and stalls set up so that you may refuel with delicious delights whilst you shop!

Portobello offers the opportunity to come face-to-face with some of London’s most experienced market operators who will be more than happy to haggle and bargain with anyone who is up to the task!

(Tour Guide Margaret is leading the Westminster Tour, the City of London Tour, or the All-in-One Tour with Free Tours by Foot.)

Leadenhall Market

((Just a note that we don’t visit in on the regular HP Tour, but it’s included in the Audio Guide and on our web pages so I”ve noted that at the bottom.))

Located in the City of London, Leadenhall Market is a true treasure.

Leadenhall is a covered market and the ornate rooftop, as well as the cobbled floors, were designed in 1881 and are nearly all original, although there was some redecoration done in the 1990s.

The Market is only open Monday – Friday as most of the trade here comes from the thousands of office staff who work in the offices of the City.



Most of the shops here are upscale – again, fitting in with its’ location in the financial district – but there are also affordable stores as well as great options for lunch, which makes it worth a stop.

Aside from Leadenhall’s offerings, it is also well known for playing the role of Diagon Alley in the first Harry Potter films!

If you want to know more about that, check out our page on Harry Potter in London. Our Self-Guided Audio Tour includes a stop here so make sure to download before you go!

The Audio Guide also has a bonus for those of you who are big Potter-heads who like to shop, as we will guide you to King’s Cross Station to the Platform 9 3/4 store – absolutely packed with everything Potter you can possibly imagine!

Nearest Tube Station: Monument, Aldgate, Liverpool Street

Spitalfields Market

There has been a market in Spitafields for over 300 years and the newest version is entirely covered and filled with myriad shops, stalls, and restaurants.

The Victorian structure holds a number of smaller markets within, including street food, antiques, second-hand books, and handmade goods just to name a few. This is a great place to grab a bargain and a bite all at the same time.

In the heart of the East End, Spitalfield’s has seen a lot of history, some of which you can experience if you join us on our tours!



Our East London Food Tour encapsulates the story of this vibrant section of London’s East End, as told through the amazing food and drink your guide will share with you.

The bohemian and immigrant cultures here have also led to a booming street art scene which we’d be happy to introduce you to on our Street Art and Graffiti Tour.

And for those who like things a bit darker, a number of Jack the Ripper’s victims lived and died along the nearby streets and our guides will show you where it all played out on our Jack the Ripper Tour.

Nearest Tube Station: Liverpool Street

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Snow flurries welcome shoppers back to Oxford Street as lockdown eases

On Oxford Street some customers queued from 5.30am as major stores including Primark prepared to open their doors.

As the shutters went up at JD Sports at 7.30am a gaggle of shoppers were seen dashing into the store, keen for their first bricks and mortar retail experience since January.

Non-essential retail and outdoor hospitality is reopening today across England’s lockdown eases. Industry bosses are hoping for a £500 million spending splurge in the capital this week after the sectors were battered by Covid restrictions.

The Standard visited Oxford Street this morning, where shoppers seemed undeterred by bracing temperature as the UK experienced its coldest start to April for eight years.

Coming out of Primark, 16-year-old Maddison Courby, said: “I feel so much better now that things have opened up again because I’ve just been stuck indoors.

“I don’t really like online shopping either which is why we got up so early.”

Jeremy Selwyn

The Wandsworth based student said she had queued up since 5:30am with her friend, Millie Bourbon, 17.

Millie said: “I’m excited to be able to go out again and enjoy things with my friends.”

She revealed that she had bought a new tracksuit, while her friend had gone for a set of casual clothes.

Student Jane, 20, from south west London said: “We came out today because we just want to feel a sense of normality. We haven’t bought anything but we’ve just been in lockdown for so long – it’s just nice to feel normal again.


“I’m excited for the pubs to open too because I haven’t seen my friends in so long.

Simon, 42, a Bolt driver working in the area, said he was “excited” that shops and restaurants were opening up again because it meant a “boom in business” for his industry.

“I’ve been working since the start of the year and although I’ve been busy I know I’ll be more busy now that things have picked up again.”

Jeremy Selwyn

But the Dagenham based driver warned that it was important for people to “work as a community to avoid another lockdown.”

Jessica, 17, from South Norwood, came out of Primark holding four shopping bags.

Jeremy Selwyn

The college student told the Standard she had lined up since 6:30am to make sure she was one of the first in the store.

“It wasn’t as busy as I thought it would be if I’m honest but I’ve bought everything that I could find from bags, bras to clothes. 

“There were quite a few sales and discounts so I made sure to take advantage of those too.”

13 Best Shopping Places In London That Are Answer To Your Prayers

Shopping is an indistinguishable part of any travel plan, whether it be to shop for mementoes to remember the trip by or to explore the city and meet the locales. Shopping Centres are not just great for shopping but also for people who want to window shop, just have a day out with friends or peers, meet up for a date or watch a movie. For somebody who has just moved to the city or is there for a short duration, finding the perfect places to shop can be very confusing; no worries we are here to help. Here’s a list of 13 best shopping places in London.

1. Bond Street

It is internationally known and loved for the luxury it stands for. This is one of the shopping places in London. Designer items and the exceptional luxury goods are available here. These shops have historically represented the height of elegance for the wealthiest, most eccentric and most outrageous socialites in London. Tiffany & Co., Chanel, Hermes, Ralph Lauren, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, and Jimmy Choo, Burberry, Dolce Gabbana, Mulberry are just some of the brands you can shop.

  • Tip: Do not miss The Ritz and Sotheby’s, the most famous auction house in the world, located on the same street.
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday: 9am-8pm, Sunday: 12pm-6pm
  • Address: Bond Street, London, W1S 1SR
  • Nearest Stations: Green Park, Bond Street, Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus

2. Oxford Street

For those who want a bit of everything, Oxford Street offers a variety of shops which cover every interest and budget, including homeware, clothes and technology. River Island, Top Shop, House of Fraser, John Lewis or Marks & Spencer all await you for the ultimate shopping experience. 

  • Tip: Make sure to stop by and have dinner at St Christopher’s Palace or a cocktail at Apres.
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday 9am-8pm; Sunday 12pm-6pm.
  • Address: Oxford Street, London W1B 3AG
  • Nearest Stations: Marble Arch, Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Circus, Tottenham Court Road, Bond Street

3. Covent Garden

It is every luxury clothes lover’s dream, it is home to famous internationally-acclaimed designer brands like Burberry Brit, Paul Smith or Hackett.Jo Malone, Burberry, Dior, Sandro, Miller Harris or Penhaligons are available for the beauty-oriented who are out to get a decadent bottle of perfume or cream. This is one of the best shopping places in London

  • Tip: This is not only a shopping destination but also a cultural district, so don’t miss the events at the Royal Opera House or the theatre quarter.
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday 10am-8pm; Sunday 12pm-6pm
  • Address: The Market, London WC2E 8RF.
  • Nearest Stations: Leicester Square Charing Cross, Covent Garden

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4. Selfridges

this is an iconic London landmark and a veritable Mecca for shopaholics, this has been the go-to place for shopping for London ladies since 1909. This large department store covers six floors with a total of 10 acres of shopping space, offering everything you can dream of.

Bridal apparel, beauty, technology jewellery or luxury brands can all be found in this massive shopping centre.

  • Tip: It features the largest denim department in the world. 
  • Opening Hours: Monday Saturday 9:30am-8pm; Sunday 11:30am-6:15pm.
  • Address: 400 Oxford Street, London W1H 6HB.
  • Nearest Stations: Marble Arch, Bond Street

5. Harrods

When it comes to luxury, no other in Britain beats or even comes close to the legendary Harrods. Famous for its excellent selection of merchandise, this is the best shopping places in London.

Rows of expensive shops, products, brands and the outstanding restaurants cover seven floors, and the department store even offers personalized shopping experience with the help of a personal shopper.

  • Tip: Harrods has a service called “By Appointment Personal Shopping” where a team of retail experts will assist you.
  • Opening Hours: Sunday 11.30am-6pm; Monday-Saturday 10am-8pm; 
  • Address: 87-135 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7XL
  • Nearest Station: Knightsbridge

6. Carnaby Street

Everything fashion and food can be found in Carnaby Street. Brands including Brandy Melville, Pretty Green, Lyle & Scott, Adidas Originals, Paul Smith Soho, Ben Sherman, Scotch & Soda, Barbour Heritage and SuperTrash are housed here. This is one of the best places in London for shopping.

  • Tip: It features over 50 restaurants, pubs, bars and cafes. Kingly Court is the ultimate destination for foodies.
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday 10am-7pm; Sunday 10am-6pm
  • Address: Carnaby Street, London W1F 9PS
  • Nearest Station: Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus

7. The Knightsbridge Estate

The Knightsbridge Estate has its own fame among the most fabulous retail destinations in London since the beginning of the 1900s. It is no stranger to exclusive luxury brands, the latest fashions and the most en-vogue styles. Ted Baker, Tommy Hilfiger, Boodles, Hugo Boss and The Kooples are just some of the 40 stores offering the ultimate high-end luxuries. It is one of the best places in London for shopping.

  • Tip: The Knightsbridge Estate houses Tommy Hilfiger’s flagship store in Europe.
  • Opening Hours: Sunday 12pm – 6pm; Monday-Saturday 10am-8pm
  • Address: The Knightsbridge Estate, London SW3 1DB.
  • Nearest Station: Knightsbridge

8. Sloane Street

Few places can boast the same plethora of high-end luxury brands as Sloane Street. The likes of Chloe, Roberto Cavalli, Valentino, Alberta Ferretti, Gucci, Tom Ford, Saint Laurent, Salvatore Ferragamo, Rag & Bone Giorgio Armani, and Marni all have flagship stores located on Sloane Street, offering superlative merchandise in London. Sloane Street is it for all your luxury shopping needs.

  • Tip: It is located in an upscale neighbourhood comprising Saatchi Gallery, Royal Court Theatre and Victoria & Albert Museum.
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday, 10am-7pm. Most shops are closed on Sundays.
  • Address: Sloane Street, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea SW1X 9PJ.
  • Nearest Stations: Sloane Square, Knightsbridge.

9. Regent Street

The best that the West End has to offer, in terms of shopping, is located on Regent Street. Brands like Anthropologie, Liberty, Hamleys and Apple are available, as well as many other internationally-renowned shops. You can also find second-to-none restaurants, hotels, art galleries and even spas. Regent Street is undoubtedly one of the best shopping places in London.

  • Gift Card: An exciting feature offered by Regent Street is its very own Gift Card. It can be used in more than 130 shopping venues, as well as bars and restaurants. Also, you can now opt to make use of a service that delivers your bags to your home or hotel, to make your shopping experience better.
  • Mobile App: Download the official mobile app which will provide you with a complete guide of the new aesthetic in Regent Street, its modern hotels, restaurants and of course, shops.
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday 10am-8pm, Sunday 12pm-6pm, Some shops may vary.
  • Address: Regent Street, London W1B 5TD.
  • Nearest Stations: Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus.

10. Piccadilly

Its prime location, at the centre of London, provides it with an endless array of visitors, tourists and avid shoppers. A shop that cannot be missed is Fortnum & Mason, which is suited to various budgets, interests and tastes. Piccadilly itself is rich in luxury offerings, as well as high-street ones. This is one of the best shopping places in London.

  • Tip: In addition to shopping, Piccadilly offers high-class hotels, art and the historical architecture that surrounds the entire area.
  • Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday 10am-8pm, Sunday 12pm-6pm. Some shops may vary.
  • Address: St James, London W1D 7DH.
  • Nearest Stations: Piccadilly Circus

11. Westfield Stratford City

If you are wondering where to shop in London, then Westfield Stratford City is the place to be! This shopping centre opened its doors in September 2011, and it is considered to be one of the largest in Europe. The centre includes approximately 400 stores and 70 restaurants the most notable being Marks & Spencer, Waitrose and John Lewis.

  • Tip: The centre has 2 hotels with 350 rooms and 267 rooms respectively. 
  • Opening Hours: Sunday 12pm-6pm, Monday-Friday 10am-10pm, Saturday 9am-10pm.
  • Address: 2 Stratford Place, Montfichet Road, Queen Elizabeth, Olympic Park, London E20 1EJ.
  • Nearest Stations: London Olympic Park, Stratford Regional, East Village and Stratford International

12. Westfield London

Westfield London is located in White City. It features a 17-screen cinema called the Vue. You can spend your time by strolling around 255 stores such as Debenhams, Mango, Apple, LEGO, River Island and many more. We guarantee you will have the best shopping experience in London.

  • Tip: The Village and features names like Louis Vuitton, Versace, Burberry, Gucci, Tiffany & Co and Dior.
  • Opening Hours: Sunday: 12pm-6pm, Monday-Saturday 10am-10pm, 
  • Address: Centre Management Suite, Unit 4006, Ariel Way, London W12 7GF
  • Nearest Stations: Shepherd’s Bush Market, Wood Lane, Shepherd’s Bush, White City.

13. One New Change

One New Change, one of the best shopping places in London, is located near St. Paul’s Cathedral. You can always add a visit to this beautiful cathedral to your experience, and this is actually the only major shopping centre in the area, so it won’t be challenging to find. You will find approximately 60 restaurants and shops, mostly high-street retailers inside this shopping centre.

  • Dining Experience: Don’t miss Barbecoa owned by Adam Perry-Lang and Jamie Oliver and Bread Street Kitchen belonging to Gordon Ramsay.
  • Opened Hours: Sunday: 12pm-6pm, Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri: 10am-7pm, Thursday: 10pm-8pm, Saturday: 10am-6pm.
  • Address: Management Suite, One New Change, London EC4M 9AF.
  • Nearest Stations: St. Paul’s, Mansion House.

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Opening Hours

  • Monday: 10:00am-7:00pm
  • Tuesday: 10:00am-7:00pm
  • Wednesday: 10:00am-7:00pm
  • Thursday: 10:00am-7:00pm
  • Friday: 10:00am-7:00pm
  • Saturday: 10:00am-7:00pm
  • Sunday: 12:00pm-6:00pm

Store Services

  • Womenswear

  • Menswear

  • Personal Shopping

  • Personal Tailoring

Ikea buys former Topshop Oxford Circus store in London

Ikea is buying the former flagship Topshop store on Oxford Circus for its latest city-centre shop in what the world’s largest furniture group branded a long-term vote of confidence in retail in London and the UK.

The group is paying £378 million (€448 million) for 214 Oxford Street and will have its own store with accessories, some furniture and planning studios in about a third of the 22,200 sq m space over seven floors.

“This is a top, top location and we very much believe in London and the UK in the long, long term . . . The UK is also interesting after Brexit. In the long run, we think it’s going to land in a good way here,” Krister Mattsson, managing director of Ingka Investments, the arm of Ikea buying the property, told the Financial Times.

A string of brands that once dominated Oxford Street have fallen victim to Covid-19, clearing space on London’s most famous shopping street for a new type of occupier.

Ikea is increasingly moving away from only having big-box stores on the outskirts of big cities and is experimenting with different types of city-centre outlets from kitchen-planning studios and click-and-collect points to locations holding thousands of different products such as one in Paris.

Long-term tenants

Its Oxford Circus store will not open until 2023 but will follow one in Hammersmith due to open in the next few months. The Oxford Street shop will have click-and-collect as well as click-and-deliver functions and planning studios, typically for kitchens and wardrobes, according to Mr Mattsson. Long-term tenants including Nike and Vans will continue their operations in the building.

Mr Mattsson said that despite a “quite dramatic increase” in online sales at Ikea, which rose from 7 per cent of total revenues in 2019 to 30 per cent this year, “we are still very linked to our bricks and mortar”, stressing that shops were where customers could see the full product range and gain inspiration.

“We will not switch too much into ecommerce. Oxford Street is much more accessible and is [a] way to widen the opportunities of customers to meet Ikea retail,” he added. – Copyright The Financial Times Limited 2021

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London is set to grind to a halt as Matt Hancock announced that the city will be moved into Tier 3 restrictions from December 16. The capital, along with the south west of Essex and the south of Hertfordshire, has been subjected to the change due to a “very sharp, exponential rise” in the coronavirus cases. The Health Secretary updated the House of Commons on the decision, adding that this would also affect people’s ability to shop for Christmas in stores.

Former Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt had asked: “Just 11 days from Christmas, lots of people will be thinking about Christmas shopping.

“From Wednesday if you live outside London will it be against the regulations to come into Oxford Street to do your Christmas shopping?

“If you live inside London will it be against the regulations to do your Christmas shopping.

“Is the only way to do your Christmas shopping legally now to go online?”

READ MORE: Matt Hancock names three regions with soaring Covid – ‘Don’t blow it!’

Mr Hancock replied: “The question he asks about Christmas shopping is important.

“It is recommended that people should minimise travel unless it is necessary in a Tier 3 area.

“They should also minimise travel where it is necessary to a Tier 3 area.

“And so we have taken this action to try to protect people and to try to slow the spread of this virus and that is absolutely the right thing to do.”

However the policy has sparked concern that it will lead to a huge spike in virus cases, and even potentially a third lockdown in January.

The Chief Medical Officer for England, Chris Whitty, has even strongly advised against “hugging and kissing” elderly relatives during this relaxation period.

During a Downing Street briefing, he said: “Would I want someone to see their family? Of course, that’s what Christmas is about.

“Whether people celebrate Christmas as a festival for themselves or any other belief system, it’s an opportunity for families.

“But would I encourage someone to hug and kiss their elderly relatives? No, I would not. It’s not against the law. And that’s the whole point, you can do it within the rules that are there.”

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The very concept of subculture is interpreted as an element of the culture of a society that unites a group of people with a system of values, ways of behavior and self-expression, which differs from generally accepted norms and rules. The variability of subcultures is due to national, age, religious, geographic and other affiliations. One of the most striking examples of subcultures are youth informal organizations, which are full of their diversity.This is not surprising, the word informal itself means not the same as others, individual, uncommon. And young people, as the most sensitive and perceptive category of society, are the first to react to the ongoing changes. Adherents of subcultures, as a rule, have their own symbols, which are expressed in the manner of dressing, behaving in society, listening to certain music and having their own, distinctive from the generally accepted, worldview. There are such a huge number of people living in London that internal traditions, trends and dialects inevitably had to appear in it, which together constitute the phenomenon of a subculture.The role of London in the life of Great Britain is such that it has always become the center of the country’s informal youth movements. The capital of Great Britain has always become the center of the country’s informal youth movements. The Swinging London subculture began in the 1960s with the arrival of the Cultural Revolution, hedonism and optimism. This trend was reflected in music, literature, art and became a lifestyle for some. Icons of this time: -rock groups The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Ian Fleming’s literary character James Bond, Mini-Cooper car, Supermodel Twiggy – flooded London with wild popularity.Swinging London changed in the late 1960s with the entryway of a new hippie subculture that emerged from the west coast of North America. Now it is a city of contrasts and contemporary art, in which all imaginable styles are collected, young people are fuming to the Dub step, And at the Royal Opera they perform Tosca first-class.

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Bicester Village is a boutique town located in Oxfordshire, an hour’s drive from central London or 20 minutes.drive from Oxford. More than 130 boutiques of the most luxurious designer brands await you here, on sale all year round at discounts of up to 60% (MSRP). It presents men’s and women’s clothing, footwear, accessories from such leading British and international brands as Alexander McQueen, Vivienne Westwood, Church’s, Gieves & Hawkes, Smythson, Anya Hindmarch, Mulberry, Matthew Williamson, Salvatore Ferragamo, Temperley London and many others. elegant boutiques, there are also several cozy restaurants and cafes: Carluccio’s, Villandry, the recently opened Busaba Eathai, Pret a Manger and Starbucks.There is also a large free parking lot with Valet Parking and a Tourist Information Center. In any boutique, you can apply for a Tax Free refund, which will make your purchases even more attractive.For those who do not like to carry their purchases with them, the Hands Free service is available – you can leave purchases in stores, they will be collected, packed and brought to you to the Tourist Information Center. Service cost – £ 7.50.

Bicester Village is open all year round, 7 days a week, except for Christmas and New Years.In the summer months, from Monday to Saturday, the outlet is open until 21.00, on Sunday – until 19.00 9.00 from Cumberland Hotel, Marble Arch. Arrival at the outlet at 10.30, back at 16.15, 2) departure from the same stops at 13.30 and 13.45, arrival at the outlet at 15.30, departure back at 20.00. Bicester Village is one of 9 boutique towns in the Chic Outlet Shopping® collection.


Bond Street. More correctly – New Bond Street from Oxford Street to Cifford Street south to Piccadilly. Top designer boutiques, jewelry houses, and auction monsters like Sotheby’s and Bonhams. Metro: Bond Street

Gabriel`s Wharf. A favorite destination for up-and-coming London designers and artisans, from potters to jewelers. A good selection of cafes and restaurants, most of which offer scenic views of the Thames.Metro: Waterloo

King`s Road. The street, once famous for its alternative fashion stores, is still filled with the world’s most stylish crowd. Metro: Sloane Street

Burlington Arcade. In this shopping arcade, which stretches from Burlington Gardens to Piccadilly, you will find many small but very pleasant shops including N. Peal, Pickett, House of Cashmere, Frey Wille and Penhaligon`s. Metro: Piccadilly Circus

Hatton Garden. Tucked away from the eyes of tourists, a historic corner of London, famous for its jewelry stores. A great place to buy and repair all kinds of jewelry. Metro: Farringdon

Knightsbridge and Beauchamp Place . People come here mainly for the Harrods and Harvey Nichols department stores and the famous designer boutique street, Sloane Street, but Beauchamp Place is also worth a look, a place that retains the atmosphere of a rustic shopping street. Metro: Knightsbridge

Canary Wharf. Stylish, modern and impressive building with boutiques, shops and pleasant restaurants. Metro: Canary Wharf

Jermyn Street. All the fashionistas of the world come here for designer shirts, made-to-measure ties, hats, perfumes and custom-made shoes. Metro: Piccadilly Circus

Marylebone High Street. This quiet street just a stone’s throw from hectic Oxford Street has a relaxed atmosphere, fine dining, cozy shops and the famous farmers’ market on Sundays.Metro: Bond Street, Baker Street

Covent Garden. The former vegetable market has become a popular art and craft fair. Shops, shops with unique products, cozy restaurants, pubs and bars. Metro: Covent Garden

Kensington High Street. Street of popular chain stores and specialized boutiques. Leaving it onto Kensington Church Street with its many antique shops, you will find yourself in the legendary Notting Hill district with designer shops and the Portobello market, where all fashion trends are born.Metro: High Street Kensington, Notting Hill Gate

Oxford Street and Regent`s Street. The busiest European street, Oxford Street, home to the famous department stores Selfridges, John Lewis, Debenhams and Marks and Spenser, intersects with Regent`s Street, where you should turn for the legendary Swarovski boutiques, Brooks Brothers, Aquascutum, giant Apple Stores and a toy palace Hamleys. Metro: Oxford Street, Piccadilly Circus

Royal Exchange. The best designer boutiques under one roof: Prada, Tiffany, Gucci, Ermenegildo Zegna next door to Hermes, John Lobb and others. Metro: Bank


Fortnum & Mason

The most famous store on Piccadilly Circus – Fortnum & Manson department store – in addition to its excellent grocery department, is also famous for its restaurants, each of which has its own unique style.

Enjoy breakfast at the Fountain, lunch at the Patio, dinner at St Jame’s, and a traditional five o’clock in any of them.

Why go far if everything is in one place and at the highest level ?!

181 Piccadilly, London W1A 1ER

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7734 8040

Working hours: Monday – Saturday 10:00 – 18:30

Sunday 12:00 – 18:00 (on this day only grocery departments and the “Patio” restaurant are open

Metro: Piccadilly Circus



Since its founding in 1849, Harrods has enjoyed an excellent reputation.It is here that the legendary grocery section is located with perfectly decorated display cases, as well as cozy restaurants with good food.

But most importantly, there are certainly seven floors with clothes, perfumes, household goods and accessories. Today “Harrods” is considered synonymous with chic, wealth and sophistication.

87–135 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7XL

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7730 1234

Working hours: Monday – Saturday 10:00 – 20:00

Sunday 12:00 – 18:00

Metro: Knightsbridge

http: // www.harrods.com


The British favorite with reasonable prices. Debenhams has an agreement with renowned British designers who sew special collections for it. It turns out stylish, unusual and affordable. Very nice men’s section in the basement.

334-348 Oxford Street W1

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7580 3000

Working hours: Monday – Tuesday, Friday 09:30 – 20:00

Wednesday 10:00 – 20:00, Thursday 09:30 – 21:00, Sunday 12:00 – 18:00

Metro: Bond Street

http: // www.debenhams.com


“Fenwick” is the Mecca of fashion on Bond Street. Five floors of women’s clothing, plus a men’s section and a collection of home accessories on the lower floor of the department store. On the third floor, there is a personal selection of clothes.

Without leaving the store, you can have a delicious lunch at the Joe`s restaurant or just have a snack at the Carluccio`s cafe.

63 New Bond Street, London W1A 3BS

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7629 9161

Working hours: Monday – Wednesday, Friday – Saturday 10:00 – 18:30

Thursday 10:00 – 20:00, Sunday 12:00 – 18:00

Metro: Bond Street

http: // www.fenwick.co.uk

Harvey Nichols

The department store offers a large selection of designer clothes and shoes: Stella McCartney, Rick Owens, Proenza Schouler, Jimmy Choo, Ann Louise Roswald and Eley Kishimoto.

The pride of the shopping center is the department of cosmetics made from environmentally friendly ingredients.

109 – 125 Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7RJ

Tel +44 (0) 20 7235 5000

Working hours: Monday – Tuesday, Saturday 10:00 – 19:00

Wednesday – Friday 10:00 – 20:00, Sunday 12:00 – 18:00

Metro: Knightsbridge

http: // www.harveynichols.com


One of the world’s most luxurious multi-brand stores, housed in a grandiose old Tudor-style building in Soho.

It sells designer bags and suitcases, accessories, stationery, bed linen and tableware.

People come here for excellent rugs with oriental and modern ornaments, as well as for a unique selection of paintings and antiques from the collections of 1850 – 1950.

Regent Street, London W1B 5AH

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7734 1234

Working hours: Monday – Wednesday, Friday – Saturday 10:00 – 19:00

Thursday 10:00 – 20:00, Sunday 12:00 – 18:00

Metro: Oxford Circus

http: // www.liberty.co.uk


Once, for the sake of interest, it was decided to sell only perfume and accessories on the ground floor. Soon this idea was adopted by all the largest department stores in the world.

Selfridges are loved by students and socialites alike. Here you can find all the freshest and most neutral from youth brands like Miss Sixty and Diesel to luxurious Yohji Yamamoto, Hysteric Glamor, Victor & Rolf, Narciso Rodriguez, Prada, Miu Miu and Dior.

During the sales period, huge queues line up at the footwear and bag departments.Some shopaholics take a seat from the evening of the previous day.

400 Oxford Street London W1A 1AB

Tel: +44 (0) 87 0837 7377

Working hours: Monday – Friday 09:30 – 22:00

Saturday 09:30 – 21:00, Sunday 12:00 – 18:00



London Markets – an obligatory part of the Sunday program, both tourists and locals.

Be sure to visit the markets of Portobello, Camden, Greenwich or whichever is closer.People come here to admire Indian saris and beads of all colors of the rainbow, designer sneakers with blue polka dots, Moroccan bags made of genuine leather, try fresh French cheeses and Italian desserts, buy Chinese spices, sushi for dinner, real Brazilian coffee or flower pots, literally in the past. week painted by the pygmies of the Scooby Doom tribe.

Borough Market


Borough High Street, Stoney Street and Winchester Walk, London, SE1 1TL

Working hours: Thursday 11:00 – 17:00

Friday 12:00 – 18:00, Saturday 09:00 – 16:00

Metro: London Bridge

Greenwich Market

http: // www.greenwichmarket.net

Greenwich Market, Greenwich, London SE10 9HZ

Working hours: Wednesday 10:00 – 18:00

Thursday 10:00 – 17:30, Friday 12:00 – 17:30, Saturday – Sunday 10:00 – 17:30

Metro: Cutty Sark

Brick Lane Market


91 Brick Lane, City of London E1 6QL

Working hours: Sunday 08:00 – 14:00

Metro: Shoreditch

Kingsland Waste Market

Kingsland Road, London E8 4AA

Working hours: Saturday 09:00 – 17:00

Metro: Old Street, Shoreditch

Camden Lock

http: // www.camdenlockmarket.com

54-56 Camden Lock Place, London

Working hours: Monday – Friday 10:00 – 18:00

Saturday – Sunday 09:30 – 18:30

Metro: Camden Town

Portobello Road Market


288 Portobello Road, London W10

Working hours: Saturday 08:00 – 17:00

Metro: Notting Hill Gate

Camden Passage

http: // www.camdenpassageislington.co.uk

Camden Passage, London N1 5ED

Working hours: Wednesday 07:00 – 14:00

Sunday 08:00 – 16:00

Metro: Angel

Spitalfields Market


109 Commercial Street, London E1 6AA

Working hours: Monday – Friday 10:00 – 16:00

Saturday 09:00 – 17:00

Metro: Liverpool Street


Alexander McQueen

http: // www.alexandermcqueen.com

One of the most famous British designers, Alexander McQueen, is called the “difficult child” of English fashion for the eccentricity and audacity of the collections. He previously worked for Louis Vuitton and Gucci and is now the creative director of his own brand.

4-5 Old Bond Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 4PD.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7355 0080

Metro: Bond Street

Matthew Williamson

http: // www.matthewwilliamson.com

The boutique of the young British designer looks like the Garden of Eden. Bright showcases, sofas in pastel colors, enchanting designer wallpapers, and on the hangers – weightless blouses with floral prints, short dresses and mini-shorts in catchy colors. Everything bright and sunny instantly lifts your spirits.

28 Bruton Street, Mayfair, London W1J 6QH.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7629 6200

Metro: Bond Street, Green Park


http: // www.burberry.com

Legendary English brand, recognized all over the world and loved by those who know a lot about quality, regardless of gender and age.

The boutique presents a collection of clothing and accessories for men, women and children, including the Burberry Prorsum and Burberry London lines, as well as watches, sunglasses and home accessories.

21-23 New Bond Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 2RE.

Tel: 07000 785 676

Metro: Bond Street

Paul Smith

http: // www.paulsmith.co.uk

Paul Smith has long been considered a symbol of British fashion. He is especially successful in patterned shirts and catchy cufflinks, wallets and accessories in bright stripes, which are even called “polsmitovskaya”.

Westbourne House, 122 Kensington Park Road Notting Hill W11 2EP.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7727 3553

Metro: Notting Hill Gate, Ladbroke Grove

Jasper Conran


This Briton sews classic clothes, quite affordable in terms of prices, develops lines of tableware, wallpaper, home accessories and bed linen in romantic colors, as well as jewelry and perfume.

In addition to its own boutique, the brand is most fully represented in the Debenhams department store.

36 Sackville Street, Mayfair, London W1S 3EQ.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7292 9080

Metro: Bond Street

Pringle of Scotland


This Scottish brand, which previously produced exclusively golf apparel, has recently deservedly become one of the most popular British brands. People come here for stylish knitwear and cashmere jumpers, evening dresses and original everyday clothes.

141 Sloane Square, London SW1X 9AY.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7881 3060

Metro: Notting Hill Gate, Ladbroke Grove

John Smedley


Superior quality knitwear from John Smedley has been produced at the Derbyshire factory for over 220 years. Stylish sweaters made from the finest wool are the perfect addition to any wardrobe. By the way, in the James Bond movie “Casino Royale” the main character appears on the screen twice in this famous jersey.

24 Brook Street, London W1K 5DG.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7495 2222

Metro: Bond Street

Stella McCartney


After leaving the French fashion house Chloe, Stella McCartney conquers peak after peak and today owns one of the most enviable labels, which is among the favorites of an impressive number of celebrities.

30 Bruton Street, Mayfair, London W1J 6QR. Tel: +44 (0) 20 7518 3100

Metro: Green Park

Vivienne Westwood

http: // www.viviennewestwood.co.uk

In the largest boutique Westwood, in the heart of Mayfair, the Gold Tag, Red Tag, Anglomania and Man lines are almost entirely represented. Stylish young ladies come here for brightly printed T-shirts, hoodies, baggy knitwear and wide-leg pants. Also here you can easily pick up no less extravagant shoes and a bag.

44 Conduit Street, Mayfair, London W1S 2YJ.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7439 1109

Metro: Bond Street


Anthony James and Son

88 Fulham Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 6HR.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7584 1120

Metro: Sloane Square, South Kensington


Just a Second

284 Merton Road, London SW18 5JN.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 8874 2520

Metro: Southfields


Camden Passage


29 Camden Passage, Shoreditch, London, N1 8EA.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7359 0190

Metro: Angel

David Baker Oriental Art


29, New Bond Street, London W1S 2RL.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7493 5165

Metro: Bond Street

Patrick Sandberg Antiques


150 – 152, Kensington Church Street, London W8 4BN.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7229 0373

Metro: Notting Hill Gate


http: // www.elemental.uk.com

Spitalfields, 67 Brushfield Street, City of London E1 6AA.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7247 7588

Metro: Aldgate East

Raffety and Walwyn


79 Kensington Church Street, Kensington, London, W8 4BG.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7938 1100

Metro: High Street Kensington

Fine Art Society


148 New Bond Street, London W1S 2JT.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7629 5116

Metro: Bond Street


90 Kingston Road, London SW19 1LA.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 8540 9969

Metro: South Wimbledon

Haslam and Whiteway

105 Kensington Church Street, Kensington, London, W8 7LN.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7229 1145

Metro: Notting Hill Gate


Waterhouse and Dodd

http: // www.waterhousedodd.com

26 Cork Street, London W1S 3ND.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7734 7800

Metro: Green Park, Piccadilly Circus

Juno Antiques


101, Portobello Rd, Notting Hill, W11 2QB.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7957 552905

Metro: Notting Hill Gate

William Walter Antiques


53 – 64 Chancery Lane, City of London WC2A 1QS.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7242 3248

Metro: Chancery Lane


Vintage (from the English Vintage – outdated, old-fashioned, mature) – this is fashion-antiques, clothes “with history”: old, possibly worn things that reflect the spirit of their time. Usually, a piece is considered vintage if it is at least 20 years old, but still looks impeccable. London fashionistas masterfully combine the latest collections of fashion designers with vintage accessories and vice versa.


95 Westbourne Park Villas, Westbourne Grove, London, W2 5ED.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7229 7772

Metro: Royal Oak

Palette London


21 Canonbury Lane, Islington, London N1 2AS.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7288 7428

Metro: Highbury & Islington



67 Gloucester Avenue, Primrose Hill, London, NW1 8LD.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7722 4442

Metro: Chalk Farm

Butler & Wilson


189 Fulham Road, Chelsea, London SW3 6JN.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7352 8255

Metro: Bond Street



8 Golborne Road, Ladbroke Grove, London, W10 5NW.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 8962 0089

Metro: Westbourne Park

Steinberg & Tolkien

193 King`s Road, Chelsea SW3 5ED.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7376 3660

Metro: South Kensington

One of a Kind

253 Portobello Road, Notting Hill, London W11 1LR.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7792 5853

Metro: Ladbroke Grove



42 Shelton Street, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9HZ.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7836 6547

Metro: Covent Garden


98 Portland Road, Holland Park, London W11 4LQ.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7727 9908

Metro: Holland Park



The dream of little fashionistas and their parents: Kenzo booties, DKNY caps, Quiksilver and Chipie rompers and overalls, as well as bibs, socks and hair accessories from the most famous designers.

27A Devonshire Street, West Central London, W1G 6PL.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7935 3554

Metro: Baker Street

Mamas and Papas

http: // www.mamasandpapas.com

Stylish and durable strollers, highchairs and cots, travel accessories, toys, clothes for expectant mothers and babies.

Looking for a roll-up chair with castors with built-in speaker and singing songs? All technical innovations are collected here!

256-258 Regent Street, London W1B 3AF.

Tel: 0845 268 2000

Metro: Oxford Circus

Daisy & Tom

Toys, construction sets, clothes, shoes, accessories and ideas for the interior, as well as a carousel, a children’s hairdresser and a book department.Children’s events, competitions and celebrations are regularly held here.

Chelsea Store, 181 Kings Road London SW3 5EB.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7352 5000

Metro: Sloane Square



Toddlers will love the fairytale setting of this store, with hanging cartoon costumes, ballerina packs and invisible hats. A large selection of designer children’s clothing and accessories for special events.

225 Ebury St, Westminster, London SW1W 8UT.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7730 9333

Metro: Victoria

Early Learning Center


The store offers a large selection of educational games, books and toys for toddlers and preschoolers.

174 Kensington High Street London W8 7RG.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7937 6238

Metro: High Street Kensington

Toys` R` Us

http: // www.toysrus.co.uk

Toys, bicycles, games, party accessories and other useful things for little fidgets.

760 Old Kent Road, London SE15 1NJ.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7732 7322

Metro: Peckham Rye Rail



Hamleys has been around for almost two and a half centuries. The legendary store, opened in 1760 as a small toy store, moved to a large building on Regent Street in 1881, where it is located to this day, and occupies seven floors, supplying toys to the children of the royal palace.

188-196 Regent Street, London, W1B 5BT.

Tel: +44 (0) 871 704 1977

Metro: Oxford Circus

Traditional Toys

This store is a real godsend for parents who strive to keep toys as simple and hand-made as possible, just like in the good old days.

53 Godfrey Street, Chelsea, London SW3 3SX.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7352 1718

Metro: South Kensington

Young England

http: // www.youngengland.com

A great place to buy a gift for a birthday, christening or name day: fancy dresses, bonnets, hairpins and cosmetics for babies.

Here you can order festive clothes, which will be specially made according to the measurements of your baby.

47 Elizabeth Street, London SW1W 9PP.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7259 9003

Metro: Sloane Street

90,000 Why Live in Mayfair

Mayfair is a unique London neighborhood in the pulsing heart of London, synonymous with aristocracy, prosperity and wealth, and remains the number one choice for wealthy foreigners and celebrities.

Location of Mayfair District

The area is bordered by the Oxford Street shopping artery to the north, Regent Street to the east, Piccadili to the south and Park Lane to the west. Mayfair, like its neighboring Belgravia and Pimlico, has a high status when buying real estate.

Mayfair infrastructure

Mayfair is ranked as one of the trendiest shopping destinations . From designer boutiques at New Bond Street and Old Bond Street , to contemporary brands at Dover Street , you can spend an entire day here gazing at the shop windows and flaunting your credit card.For example, not so long ago there was a bright opening of the boutique Louis Vuitton at New Bond Street . The turning point for Mount Street was the launch of the fashion label Marc Jacobs , which immediately joined the golden elite of shopping addresses in London. New brands include Lanvin , Christian Louboutin , Balenciaga , Annick Goutal , Loewe and Stephen Webster .

High concentration in Mayfair and gourmet restaurants . Only Alain Ducasse in Dorchester boasts three Michelin stars, but the list of locations with two is wider. This and Michel Roux’s Le Gavroche at Upper Brook Street , Claude Bosi’s Hibiscus at Maddox Street , Hélène Darroze at The Connaught at Carlos Place and Square The street Philip’s Maddox Street .

For celebrities, don’t miss Scott’s at Mount Street and Guy Ritchie’s favorite pub is Punch Bowl at Farm Street .

There are no problems with free walking space in Mayfair: Green Park is located in the south, and Hyde Park stretches to the west. A small lush garden is found at Mount Street Gardens , just behind the shops at Mount Street , and Berkeley Square has a European luster with tall trees and sandy paths.Away from the noise of cars, there is also a small square Brown Hart Gardens , within walking distance of Oxford Street .

For sports , the Marshall Street Leisure Center , the renovated Victorian baths near Regent Street and Seymour Leisure Center at Seymour Place are suitable.

Mayfair houses Royal Academy of Arts in Piccadili, where every year prestigious art galleries organize exhibitions of famous artists and talented emerging artists.You can enjoy new releases and auteur films at Curzon Cinema on Curzon Street , as for theaters and other entertainment – to West End, is a stone’s throw from here.

Mayfair Real Estate Market

The Mayfair real estate market is represented by 90,871 elegant mansions from various epochs of the 90,872s, with a predominance of Georgian houses, as well as apartments and spacious 90,871 apartments in modern complexes with a porter service.In addition to wealthy foreigners and the British, Mayfair is popular among bankers and hedge fund managers due to its proximity to the City. The price level is at a consistently high level.

The best addresses in are Grosvenor Street, Charles Street, Park Street and Hill Street , where home prices can reach over £ 50 million. Mayfair is one of the few places in London where you can still find a stately mansion with rooms for servants, but there are also more affordable houses and apartments, often former offices converted into residential buildings.Estimated prices start at £ 500,000 for a small apartment in Mayfair.

Among experts of the overseas property market there is an opinion that over time Mayfair will become the most expensive area of ​​London . It’s all about the limited market for offers that are bought up by foreigners for long-term investments and high competition for new homes, which sometimes comes to real real estate fights.

Average property value in Mayfair

Average cost of renting a property in Mayfair

Mayfair for families with children

The Westminster area, where Mayfair is located, has 40 public elementary and 10 high schools .Although, from a realistic point of view, many families moving to Mayfair are turning their attention to private schools that are able to provide their children with a high quality education. In this regard, central London has a range of private schools for all ages, including International Community School and Lycée Français , several prestigious schools for girls, including Francis Holland School and Queens College London , as well as for boys – schools Westminster School, the Westminster Abbey and Westminster Cathedral Choir .Let’s not forget the Royal Ballet School and the Sylvia Young Theater School .

Thinking about the Mayfair area, you can also imagine in full colors the proximity of Hyde Park and the diversity of the most important cultural attractions of London, as well as all the benefits of living in the heart of the city, which will be appreciated by even the youngest members of the family.

If you have any questions about renting and buying real estate in London, please contact our specialists who will be happy to answer all your questions.


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Cost: £ 1,725 ​​million

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This refurbished two bedroom apartment in the heart of Mayfair is located in an elegant mansion with 24 hour porter service, close to the wide infrastructure of the area and Green Park.

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Newly refurbished two bedroom apartment in trendy Mayfair with luxurious designer interiors and a balcony located in a Georgian mansion, right next to Hyde Park, Marble Arc shops and Oxford Street.

Cost: £ 3.65 million

London Real Estate – Mayfair Real Estate – Mayfair Condo

Modern three bedroom apartment in Mayfair with two living rooms in a beautiful complex with 24 hour reception, close to the boutiques and restaurants of Marble Arch and Oxford Street and Hyde Park.

Cost: £ 5.65m.

London Real Estate – Mayfair Real Estate – Mayfair House

Beautifully presented five bedroom house in London in the heart of Mayfair with two living rooms and a study, surrounded by several embassies and rich infrastructure.

Cost: £ 7.5 million


Why live in Marylebone?

Welcome to the modern central London district of Marylebone, which has grown to become one of the most prestigious addresses in the British capital. For you, we have selected the best streets, a description of the infrastructure and leisure facilities, as well as the housing market. More details

Why live in Kensington?

Kensington is distinguished by all the attributes of one of the most coveted areas of London. Solid Victorian houses, an abundance of fashion boutiques, restaurants and golden addresses give Kensington a unique aristocratic nobility. More details

Why live in Covent Garden?

Within walking distance from Trafalgar Square is the theatrical heart of London – Covent Garden – an elite area with world-class boutiques and fashionable restaurants, prestigious universities, a concentration of attractions and Georgian houses. More details

Why live in Pimlico?

Pimlico is located next to the elite Belgravia and Chelsea – a liquid, truly English district with excellent infrastructure, where the proximity to Westminster Abbey and the Tate Britain gallery has long become the norm. More details

London Attractions | London Marriott Grosvenor Square

Central London Golf Center

A golf club where you can take golf lessons, work out and play on the 9-hole or training course, and shop.

Central London Golf Center
9 holes, 2332 yards, Par on course: 31

Highgate Golf Club

With its pleasant serene landscapes and hilly, complex structure, Highgate is considered one of the finest golf courses in London.

18 holes 6015 yards Par on course 72

Richmond Park
18 holes 6091 yards Par on course Hall 70

Stockley Park

18 hole professional golf course 72 par framed by trees, just 5 minutes from junction 4 of the M4 and Heathrow Airport.Open to non-club members.

Stockley Park
18 Hole 6468 Yards Par on Course: 72

Moor Park

Moor Park Golf Club offers a warm, welcoming environment. This is the best place to play golf with colleagues or friends. Built in 1923 by Harry Colt, 2 professional golf courses have been central to British golf history.

The West Course
18 holes 5833 yards Par on course: Hall 69

The High Course
18 holes 7061 yards Par on 72

Tudor Park Country Club and Resort, Kent

Elegant The Country Club in the heart of Maidstone, Kent welcomes anyone looking to improve their golfing skills.Tudor Park Country Club has a professional 18-hole course that will be appreciated by both beginners and experienced players.

Tudor Park Country Club and Resort, Kent
18 holes, 6041 yards, Par on the course: Hall 70

London Walks – UK Study Center

Students studying English in London will always find something to do in their free time and have an unforgettable experience. London will open before them a whole panorama – from world famous historical and modern iconic places, to nightclubs and restaurants with any cuisine of the world.

For many guests, the capital of Great Britain, London, is a legendary symbol of its past and present. And therefore, it attracts not only those students who want to absorb the rich history of the city, but also those who want to immerse themselves in its modern culture.

Everyone is welcome in this city, everyone can be himself, contributing his share to its diversity. London has an abundant ethnic picture and endless variations on lifestyle themes. Whatever your background, interests and lifestyle, you will always find something to do and company.

Every London tourist should see the Houses of Parliament with Big Ben, without which a visit to London will be incomplete, Westminster Abbey – the place of coronation and the largest tomb of the nation – and Trafalgar Square with the famous lions around the column of Admiral Nelson. Here, every square meter is filled with history. Buckingham Palace – the main residence of the British monarchs, stands next to St. James and the palace of the same name, which modestly hides among the greenery of Green Park.

A student’s appetite for culture and history can be satisfied with visits to museums, of which there are hundreds in London, all free! The National Art Gallery, the British Museum, the Natural History Museum, the world’s largest Museum of Applied Arts and Design – Victoria and Albert, the Tate Modern Museum of Contemporary Art, the Wimbledon Tennis Museum – without visiting these attractions, a visit to London will not be complete.

A must visit the City area east of central London.In the historic City, where London originally grew on the north bank of the Thames, there are two unmistakable landmarks – Fortress Tower and St. Paul’s Cathedral. The Tower is a famous fortress and prison, the site of medieval torture and executions, and the cathedral is the largest European center of the Protestant religion. From 1710 to 1962, the cross on the dome of the cathedral was the highest point in the City.

In the business center of the City, where the financial heart of not only London, but the whole of Europe beats, in the 70s the first skyscrapers, atypical for the architecture of old England, began to appear.Every year more and more representative offices of the world’s largest corporations and banks are opening here. And the high towers of the City and the Canary Shipyard have already become symbols of modern Britain.

In the City, modern buildings are being sprung up on the site of decaying trade docks, and old warehouses are being transformed into original restaurants, bars and clubs.

In sunny weather, it will be interesting to ride a boat on the Thames towards Greenwich, have a picnic or play football in one of the parks.You can see London at a glance, from a bird’s eye view, in half an hour – by making a turn on the giant Eye of London Ferris wheel.

“Our young students love excursions that start at St. Paul’s Cathedral, across the Millennium Bridge to the south bank of the Thames, and end with a picnic on the lawn behind the Tate Modern,” say seasoned guides. Children get acquainted with the deep history and modernity of London, admire the surrounding views of the river banks.One of the best viewing platforms is located around the dome of St. Paul’s Cathedral.

Those who are interested in informal youth fashion will be interested in wandering around the market in Kemdon Town, listening to street musicians, and feeling the difference between the majestic historic center and the democratic districts of London. London’s most popular markets are Brick Lane, Spitalfields and Petycoat, which sell everything from exotic fruits to antiques.

For shopping, it will be useful to visit Oxford street, Regent street, New bond street, where both youth fashion shops and designer boutiques are located.Particularly popular with tourists is the Harrods department store in the prestigious Knightsbridge area, where the most expensive goods from all over the world are presented, but you can also buy inexpensive souvenirs and sweets. The largest shopping center in Europe, located within the city, is West Field. All shops and restaurants from Oxford Street are gathered here under one roof.

Special attention is paid to London musicals, which can be watched in one of the theaters in the West End area (5 minutes’ walk from Oxford and Regent Street).Even if your English is far from fluent, you can easily understand what is happening on stage and enjoy the magnificent performance of actors who sing and dance equally professionally. You should buy tickets for musicals in advance on the Internet or through the theater ticket office, as they may not be available on the day of the performance.

The cultural life of London is saturated to the limit at any time of the year. But you will be especially lucky if you find yourself in the capital for Christmas and New Year, greet it with fireworks and the fight of Big Ben.On the first day of the year, a parade of orchestras from all over the world takes place on Trafalgar Square.

In the summer, there are unforgettable garden design exhibitions, a flower show in Chelsea and Hampton Court, horse races in Ascot, and tennis championships in Wimbledon.

And of course, don’t miss the London nightlife with its bars and clubs. It is worth starting in the Soho area, where you will see many famous pubs, bars, music shops, jazz clubs. If you love jazz, be sure to visit the legendary jazz club Ronnie Scott’s, where all the stars of the world jazz have visited over the past 50 years.Also worth noticing is the Jazz Club Soho in the basement of the Pizza Express restaurant on Dean street.

Nightclub lovers will be familiar with the names of the world famous Ministry of Sound London, Pacha, Chinawhite, Funky Buddha, Boujis, Mahiki and other dance clubs in London. Getting to these establishments is not always easy, so it is better to plan your visit in advance.

Long walks in London will whet your appetite, and here is the time to taste simple English food or dishes of the peoples of the world, in abundance presented by London restaurants.

If you are not bothered by the hustle and bustle of purely touristy places in London, you can go to any of the restaurants in Leicester Square or Covent Garden, occupied mainly by Italian cuisine. Nearby, Chinatown has the highest concentration of Chinese cuisine. If you want something a little more sophisticated, lean back a little on Drury Lane and you’ll see a striking façade with hanging baskets of flowers. And inside – the scenery of a miniature opera house, with balconies, boxes, curtain, stage.There are real singers and musicians performing here. This place is called “Sarastro” (after the name of one of the opera heroes) and serves Mediterranean cuisine.

Lovers of oriental exoticism will appreciate Thai, Indian, Japanese restaurants scattered throughout London, for every taste and budget. Democratic like “Masala Zon”, luxurious like “Port d’Indis”, “Nazomi”, “Nobu”, “Hakkasan” and many others.

At every step you will find Pret Ha Mange French chain eateries, Italian pizzerias, American fast food and other world famous brands.

Students will also benefit from trips to other cities with which London has excellent transport links. For example, it will take only about an hour to travel by comfortable high-speed train to the south coast, where Brighton, Hastings, Bournemouth, Weymus, Poole and other wonderful resort towns are located, where residents of busy, noisy London usually go to relax. Also, every student should spend at least one day in Oxford or Cambridge in order to be imbued with the history of these glorious places.It only takes one hour to get there by train from central London.

Shopping Tours in London – Hobby Tourism

England has been an excellent shopping place for several years. And its capital is a paradise for lovers of various purchases, because it is in London that you can find almost everything: from antiques to exclusive expensive brands. At the same time, here you can buy budget gizmos of pretty good quality. Therefore, shopping tours to London are becoming more and more popular among our compatriots every year.

Such a thematic tour can be combined with visiting local attractions, which are huge in Foggy Albion. After all, the capital of England is a city of unique architectural ensembles, excellent historical monuments and world famous museums.

Features of shopping in the English capital

London is a great place to shop for a variety of goods. But it should be remembered that quite wealthy people can afford such a themed tour, since local shops do not set themselves the goal of pleasing every customer.Although it is possible to find quality products at low prices.

The city has a large number of shops, shopping centers, boutiques that offer customers both expensive and budgetary products. Therefore, everyone can choose a suitable option for themselves.

Many people come here for the world famous British cashmere, English tea and tea products are also popular. Perfumes and cosmetics of a local manufacturer, which every girl dreams of, are very popular.In London, you can easily buy original jewelry and watches from American, British, Italian and Swiss brands.

Shopping tours to London will allow you to purchase quality musical instruments, antique furniture, clothes and shoes. At the same time, the stores offer not only a varied selection of goods, but also impeccable service of the highest level.

Most popular shops in London

The most fashionable must-see shops are:

  • Selfridges;
  • Debenhams;
  • Soho;
  • Borough Market;
  • Harrods;
  • Greenwich Market;
  • “Dochester” and others.

Do not forget about the famous Harvey Nichols department store on Park Lane, which stands out from the rest of the stores for its creativity and alternative. It presents unique collections of world designers, jewelry, rare perfumes and cosmetics. The most expensive car dealership is also located on this street.

London’s Covent Garden area is famous for its shops with handmade jewelery, trendy items, casual wear from the fashion collections.But to buy goods here you will need a rather large amount of money. Also in this area you can buy wonderful sweets.

It’s good to get on the sale, but you need to be prepared for an incredible crush and huge competition. After all, there are many who want to buy goods at a discount.

The budget option is the Portobello market. Here you can see and buy a variety of jewelry, vinyl, vintage clothing, unique accessories, army uniforms and much more. Here, not only is it possible, but also necessary to bargain.There is an opportunity to buy a thing a century ago for only 20-25 pounds.

Going shopping in London means getting the highest quality item. This is an ideal opportunity to purchase a custom-made business suit. On average, such a product will cost a tourist from 600 €. At the same time, the cost of things from mid-level designers will cost around 100 pounds, and during the period of discounts and sales, buyers will find just a ridiculous price – 10-15 feet per unit.

It is important to remember that the cost of shoes, clothing and jewelry depends on the place of purchase. You can shop inexpensively in shops on Oxford Street.

Time to travel

One of the main features of shopping in the British capital is that discounts and sales are available all year round. But the best times to go shopping in London are June to August and November to February. This is a fixed time for seasonal sales.But it is also possible to visit the capital of England in the off-season, as some shops offer two-week discounts of up to 50%.

90,000 new COVID-19 strain out of control

Another lockdown announced in London. Closed shops again and Christmas completely ruined by the coronavirus. The government explains its decision with the recently discovered new mutation of the coronavirus.

This strain turned out to be 70 percent more infectious than all the previous ones, and supposedly it was he who stole the Christmas holidays from the British like the evil Grinch.In the image of this cartoon character, users of social networks now have only one person – the head of the Cabinet of Ministers Boris Johnson, who announced the quarantine.

The government responds with statistics. Over the past week, the number of infected in England has doubled. On average, 35 thousand people a day are now infected.

“A new strain of COVID-19 is out of control and the only way to get it back under our control is to limit social contact,” says Health Secretary Matt Hancock.

New restrictions have affected London and the South of England – about 18 million people live here. Everyone is ordered to stay at home. Gyms, shopping centers, museums, cinemas are closed. This Lebanese cafe is located in central London near one of the busiest shopping streets – Oxford Street. Usually there are crowds of buyers. The Christmas period has always been considered the most profitable. Now only losses.

“For most businesses, this is death. You can survive a temporary closure once, then a second time, but who can stand it when 75 percent of his profits disappear,” said cafe manager Xavier Ramos.

New measures restrict travel outside the quarantined zone. As soon as this was announced, everyone who decided to make it before additional restrictions came into force rushed to the airports and train stations.

There were many foreigners among those who tried to slip through. And they were worried for good reason. The very next day, almost all European countries closed their borders to those arriving from Great Britain. The Eurotunnel was closed on Sunday evening. France has banned the entry of trucks from England for 48 hours.

There were already big problems at the border due to the ambiguity with Brexit. It looks like the real crisis has already arrived. The British government is meeting today for an emergency meeting. The prime minister has been accused of missing everything by stubbornly promising everyone a peaceful Christmas break.

“Once again, the Prime Minister waited until the very last moment to make this decision. Last week it was clear that the Prime Minister’s plan for an accessible Christmas holiday was too risky.Yet, instead of listening to the concerns and taking them seriously, the prime minister did what he always does – dismissed the protest, ruffled his hair and made a frivolous comment, ”Labor Party leader Kir Starmer said.

Over the long months of the pandemic, the British have already developed a habit of such fluctuations.

A new virus strain has already begun its journey from the south to the north of England. It has already been found in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.


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