Shopping in London

Want to buy clothes or souvenirs in London? Find out more about shopping centers and souvenir shops.

The neighborhoods that have earned the most reviews for shopping in London are:

Oxford Street - Selfriges and Debenhams megamarkets and a host of other boutiques;

Soho is famous for bookstores, music stores, and little stores with all sorts of cute stuff;

Regent Street is a Liberty department store, as well as the famous Hamleys toy store;

Brompton Road is a 7-storey Harrods store with the optimistic slogan "Everything for everyone and everywhere";

Oxford Circus is London's largest youth store;

Portobello Road is a large flea market where you can haggle for antique trinkets or trophies from overseas.

Shops are open weekdays from 9:00am to 6:00pm, with major London shopping centers open until 8:00pm.

London has plenty of outlet stores. Burberry fans can buy clothes from old collections at the Burberry Factory Shop (29-53 Chatham Place Hackney). For those on a London shopping tour, visit the largest British outlet in the Bicester Village near London.

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