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  • 1. Harrods

    Travelling with women, three "monuments" are mandatory in London - Oxford street, Marks and Spencer and Harrods. I visited all of them (of course!) but my favorite is this one - beautiful, with nice...

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  • 2. Clothes and Shoes

    ray ban is a shop for sunglusess,ray ban have a great choice,have a sunglusess form man for woman and for children! you can try a lot of these! london is a beautiful city with a lot of curiosity i...

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  • 3. Camden Market

    Last visit September 2013 When you come out of the Camden Town tube station, the 1st part of the Camden experience you'll have is the wild looking shops along Camden High Street with giant shoes and...

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  • 4. Petticoat Lane, Spitalfields and Brick Lane

    I was disappointed from Brick Lane market (pics 1-2-3) although we enjoyed the general area and the Flower Market (read separate tip). It is a typical Sunday market selling general goods that spreads...

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  • 5. Department stores

    This high class store opened in 1707. Fortnum and Mason have held a number of Royal Warrants to serve the royal households dating back over nearly 150 years. I enjoy to have a wander round this...

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  • 6. Souvenirs

    You may have heard of the Paddington Bear children's books by Michael Bond, which were also made into an animated TV series. This young bear, with a fondness for marmalade sandwiches was found at...

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  • 7. Other Markets

    Greenwich Market is a little bit like Camden Town, but on a much smaller scale. Moreover, it is not as over-crowded as Camden. In a hall of approximately 100x20m you can shop for countless different...

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  • 8. Music, video, DVD's etc.

    On the Beat is an amazing shop when you look for exotic vinyl. I easily could have spend a 100 Pounds on all those great records I saw there. And I'm talking about the documentary, TV & movies and...

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  • 9. Food and Drink

    I discovered Ben's Cookies during my wanders on Oxford Street on one of my recent London trips (March 2014). A wide range of cookies (16 flavours in total) are sold. I specially loved the triple...

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  • 10. Portobello Market / Notting Hill

    Last visit September 2013 For me, there's nothing better than spending a sunny warm weekend morning at a flea market in Europe. Portobello Road is one of the largest in Europe, their website says its...

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  • 11. Hamley´s

    If you have kids you have to visit Hamleys. That's not just an encouragement, you may literally have no choice. As the world's biggest toy store it's a magnet for children. It's also a potentially...

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  • 12. Selfridges

    While Harrods is often mentioned by tourists as the department store they most want to visit, I personally would recommend a trip to Selfridges above that any day. It is equally huge, almost as...

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  • 13. Covent Garden / Jubilee Market

    Possibly my favourite non-food shop in the whole of London is the shop at the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden. Few things symbolise London as vividly than the London Transport (LT) system,...

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  • 14. Jewellery and luxury goods

    Describing itself as the 'world's best kept secret', The London Silver Vaults in Chancery Lane are housed within a unique underground building that's home to over 30 silver dealers. Originally a...

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  • 15. Books

    All the local libraries in Britain have a few shelves where they sell books that are no longer required. All types of books are available and i do not know the reason why such good books are no longer...

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  • 16. Personal accessories

    Part of the Columbia Rd Flower Market scene on Sundays, this small shop prepares and sells excellent fragrances, for the body and home. A little on the expensive side, but well worth a browse around...

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  • 17. Borough Market

    Borough Market is a busy, buzzing market. It's open for lunch on Monday to Wednesday, 10 am to 3pm and there is a full market day on Thursday to Saturday. If you going on a weekend be prepared for...

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  • 18. Carnaby Street

    Carnaby Street is an area well known for its boutiques and independent shops. It also has some high street shops, restaurants, cafes and bars. I especially love the chocolate emporium, Chocywokydoda,...

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  • 19. Sports and games

    Southampton street has become a cluster for shops selling adventure / climbing / sporting equipment. I think it began with the YHA adventure shop, but now North Face, Mountain Warehouse and other...

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  • 20. Home furnishings

    I have added this retail outlet onto my London page, even though it is more an 'off the beaten track' tip! It is a lovely store, and well worth the trip to Kingston-upon-Thames! An exquisite interior...

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  • 21. Esoterica

    This is a small shop in the Camden Stables market, tucked away in a back corridor. The walls are painted red, the better to show off the sculptures. The prices are very good and mostly all the...

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  • 22. Hays Galleria

    A Grade II listed structure, this former Victorian south bank warehouse is a sight worth seeing in itself. The fact that it has shops as well is just an added bonus. The former warehouse builds form a...

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  • 23. Canary Wharf

    There are 200 shops in the Canary Wharf shopping centre - no Argos or Claire's Accessories and in the eating places no McDonalds - this is generally high class shopping in bright and modern arcade...

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  • 24. One New Change: Great Views from the Roof Terrace!

    The One Exchange is a shopping centre (and business complex) very near St Paul's Cathedral. Designed by Jean Nouvel it houses over 60 stores alongside cafes,...

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  • 25. Primark: Cheap clothes

    Primark is my favourite shop in London. Here one can buy clothes and accesories at a very convenient price.There are 2 Primark shops in Oxford Street, one by...

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If you can't buy it in London, you probably can't buy it anywhere, as London has just about everything.

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