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Shopping in London.

Shopaholics Aboard: Shopping in London

London is one of the best places in the world to go for shopping. From distinct shopping areas and colorful shopping streets to quaint little boutiques and thrift stores, shopping in London is a dream come true for everyone. Tripkar (Pakistan’s famous online hotel booking website) brings to you a list of famous places in London to shop till you drop:

Oxford Street

Oxford Street in December.

More than 300 shops, designer outlets and landmark stores, Oxford Street is the heart of London shopping. The street boasts huge departmental stores such as John Lewis and popular bargain shopping at various flagship and factory outlets. If you are looking for attractive shopping deals, bustling shops and various headquarters of massive shopping chains, look no further!

Regent Street

Shopping spree at Regent Street, London.

There is no better place for a shopping spree than Regent Street. Various stores offer mid range prices on latest fashion accessories and clothes. Some of the famous shops located at Regent Street include Liberty and Hamleys.

Spitalfields Market

The overcrowded Spitalfields Market, London.

Spitalfields Market is London’s trendiest shopping area. The market is famous for displaying London’s enthusiastic, young and cutting-edge designer fashion creations. If you are looking to make a fashion statement, Spitafields Market is your place! The area features quirky shops, vintage dens and a hip mini mall.

High Street Kensington

You can find high end apparel at High Street Kensington.

As the name suggests, High Street Kensington features the most expensive and high end apparel shopping in London. The more salubrious alternative to Oxford Street, you can find various trendy outlets, designer boutiques and antiques in this area.

Notting Hill

Noting Hill is one of the fmous places for shopping in London.

Also the name of a famous movie that garnered the attention of  millions worldwide, Notting Hill is one of the favorite shopping spots for both locals and foreigners. The area features various vintage clothing outlets, rare antiques, quirky gifts, organic food stalls and unusual fashion stores. Nearby Notting Hill is Westbourne Grove that offers high-end apparel and designer outlets.

Modern Society

Modern Society where cafe meets luxury clothing apparel.

Modern Society features a unique concept where cafe meets luxury general store. The store offers designer womenwear  as well as a refined assortment of clothes and accessories for men. While shopping, you can also indulge in tasty treats including freshly baked pastries and hot beverages.

Knightsbridge and Chelsea

Knightsbridge and Chelsea are known for its high octane glamour and fashion world. One of the famous department stores Harrods and Harvey is a temple of modern consumerism. The famous Cutlers and Gross that graces the fashion ramp walk, have their headquarters located in Knightsbridge and Chelsea. Do not forget to try out the tasty pastries from Hummingbird Bakery, located here.

Covent Garden

Famous shopping area in London is Covent Garden.

Covent Garden known for fashion, food and culture is a shopping haven. The famous Apple Market is located here, where you can find British made crafts, jewelry and leather goods. Do visit London’s fanciest shopping area, Neal’s Yard situated at Covent Garden. Discover the flagship Neal’s Yard Remedies for heavenly skincare products, as well as Neal’s Yard Dairy with British farm cheeses galore. You can also visit the world famous theater and home to the royal ballet, the Royal Opera House.

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