Other Markets, London
Go to Hackney Market, its in the north-east of london. Its an open market where you get most of the electronic goods and at an affordable price. Otherwise most of the shoppin centres have the same shops with things priced the same all over UK.
What to buy: Go for electronic goods in Hackney market. Also try and find one day sales going on in diffrent shops all over london.
What to pay: Try and bargain.
The Berwick Street Market is a nice small market in the heart of Soho.
There's fruit, vegetables, fabrics and some clothes and household items.
Mo-Sa: 9AM - 6PM
They call it the Apple Market, it is there, the official Covent Garden Market where you can do shopping for food, cloths and other stuff. Apples I didn’t really see any there.
If you chose you could try to find a bargain at the many markets to be found in London.
What to buy: Antiques: Art; Books, Junk, clothes.
What to pay: £$...$$$£££.
This market is to the south of covent garden and sells anything from tacky items aimed at tourists, to clothes, jewellry, handbags etc.
A popular lively street market on Saturday and Sunday in an interesting canalside setting; crafts, clothes, antiques etc...
Columbia Road Flower Market is open on Sundays and offers a variety of potted plants and accessories.
What to pay: Good deals to be had before closing.
If you want to have good shopping with many brands you can go to Haussmann street there is some big shops sell many things from clothes , gifts, perfumes ,etc,
A good place to hang around, stop couple of times for a tea, a beer, or why not a RB as Annathrax would recommend !!
There are lots of markets in London. Be sure to visit Portobello, the largest antique market in the world. This picture is from Greenwich market, small but very classy.
What to buy: You name it !