Discover the top shopping centers, department stores and shopping streets in London. Where do you find a mall with more then 300 stores? What are the opening times? Which things you should not miss during a visit at Harrods? Click on the different tips to get these and further answers. So it will be easy for you to plan your shopping trip through London without losing the orientation for the best bargains.
The nobel department store presents its products in an exclusive way. Find out which departments stand out particularly and where you have the chance to buy some typical souvenirs of London. Do not miss a very special escalator on your stroll through the 7 floors full of luxury ...Images, Info & Tips
The Westfield shopping mall offers, with 300 stores, a huge selection of different shops very close to the center of London. Learn how you can easy arrive by underground, which opening times apply, which stores you will find there and what options are available to rest and relax during ...Images, Info & Tips
Canary Wharf is a well maintained business district with some impressive skyscrapers. The around 120 shops there are not located near the sky but beneath the earth. It is an underground shopping area. The nearby riverbank of the Thames is ideal for a walk to compensate the missing daylight ...Images, Info & Tips
The Oxford Street is the most famous shopping street in London. You will come across several textile discounters as well as at dignified department stores. At which part you should make you stroll to see the top stores and at which time you should try to avoid a stroll through the busy street ...Images, Info & Tips
Selfridges is a huge luxury department store in the Oxford Street. An own tv series shows the interesting history of Selfridges and helped to increase the publicity. Get lost in the largest shoe department of London or buy a classic souvenir like a tea or marmalade from their well-known private label ...Images, Info & Tips
The Regent Street is a popular shopping spot in the heart of the city. The large number of flagship stores makes the area between Piccadilly Circus and Oxford Circus especially attractive. Among the 7 special shopping tips you will find the flagship stores of Apple, Banana Republic, Hamleys ...Images, Info & Tips
The Carnaby Street is an untypical shopping street for London. In the pedestrian zone you will encounter a relaxed atmosphere. There are mainly small shops, nice cafés, pubs and restaurants. In the 60s it was an important meeting place for the mod and hippie movement. You can find the remnants ...Images, Info & Tips
The small shopping center One New Change is located directly in the City of London opposite to the St Paul's Cathedral. Perfect to spice up your sightseeing tour with some shopping experience. Find out which stores are available for browsing and how to get to the free rooftop terrace with view ...Images, Info & Tips
Today the shopping street is nice and neat and not wild as it was in the 50s. At that time it evolved to a meeting point for youth cultures. This changed after the 70s when the punk culture was strongly represented. How you should organize your shopping tour and where you can find the last remains of the -No Future- movement ...Images, Info & Tips
The metropolis offers you a seemingly overwhelming number of options. To make sure that you do not miss the best bargains, city-walks shows you selected recommendations. Explore among the shopping tips for London a street with 7 flagship stores, the largest shoe department, a shopping center with 300 stores or a nice little pedestrian zone for relaxed browsing.
The city-walks map contains all the tips listed on this page and many other highlights of London. So, you are able to plan your tour across London and simply combine sightseeing with shopping stops. Choose interactive your favorite destinations and print the appropriate map with little info boxes. In those boxes you will find the most important information such as the opening times.