Where to Shop in London
London is a dream destination for people who love to shop. The city houses a wide range of markets. From luxury goods at high-end places to cheap and quirky stuff at some famous street markets, London has it all.
Let us look at some of the places you should go to in London if you love to shop and explore. Here you go!
Covent Garden is one of the most happening destinations in London. It is where you can brands like Chanel, Dior, Hackett, Burberry, Paul Smith and Sandro.
If you want to shop for fashion and clothing, you should go to Poste Mistress, Unconditional+, Coco de Mer, Pop Boutique, Orla Kiely and Stephen Jones.
For jewellery, go to Tatty Devine, Kaleido, Laura Lee, Thomas Kettle.
Located in the heart of London, Oxford Street is home to more than 300 designer stores and outlets. The famous departmental stores include Debenhams and John Lewis.
The closest tube stations include Bond Street, Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Circus.
Old Spitalfields Market
The market is located in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and is close to Christ Church. It is just outside the City of London. Liverpool Street, Shoreditch High Street and Aldgate East tube stations are a five minutes walk from the market.
The market offers an extensive range of stalls that sell original fashion, antiques and food offerings. The market brings together the styles of old and new. It comes with niche shops and fashionable boutiques.
For the foodies, Old Spitalfields is a gastronomic paradise. Come and explore!
Regent Street is situated in West End of London. The place is home to some 75 international flagship stores like Liberty, Apple, Hamleys, Banana Republic and Anthropologie. It is home to numerous bars and restaurants.
The closest tube stations include Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus.
Camden Lock Market
The cultural heart of London, Camden Lock Market features some of London’s best artists, designers and sellers. There is an extensive range of food vendors in the area to satiate your hunger pangs. You get excellent street food here.
Petticoat Lane Market
Petticoat Lane Market is situated in the East End of London. It is a famous fashion and clothing market in London. You can get anything from street-cred clubwear to designer clothes and also an extensive range of household goods.
Petticoat Lane Market is very well connected to public transportation. The closest underground stations are Aldgate East tube station and Aldgate tube station.
Some of other places to shop in London include Portobello Road Market, Westfield Shopping Centre, Carnaby Street, Brick Lane Market, King’s Road, Mayfair/bond street and Knightsbridge. If you want to give substantial time of your trip to shopping, choose a serviced apartment in London close to the nearby neighbourhoods of these markets and have a comfortable time.
About the Author
I am Pradeep, an avid traveller and blogger. Exploring new places and sharing my experiences with people is my passion. I am currently working as a blogger for Ratedapartments – serviced apartments providers specifically dealing in major cities of the world such as London, Paris, New York, New Delhi and Singapore.