Top shops and markets London

Top shops and markets London

Are you looking for the hottest shopping tips in Amsterdam, Barcelona, Basel, Berlin, Bern, Budapest, Dublin, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hamburg, Cologne, Copenhagen, Lisbon, London, Lucerne, Madrid, Munich, Odessa, Paris, Prague, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna, and Zurich? With MyCityHighlight – Sightseeing like a local – you'll find the top shopping tips in the most beautiful European cities from the point of view of our city managers – locals of the respective cities. You also have the opportunity to contact our city managers directly if you have any questions. Enjoy your trip with MyCityHighlight, your guide to the cities of Amsterdam, Barcelona, Basel, Berlin, Bern, Budapest, Dublin, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hamburg, Cologne, Copenhagen, Lisbon, London, Lucerne, Madrid, Munich, Odessa, Paris, Prague, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna, and Zurich.

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Selfridges

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Selfridges loves innovation – it’s famed for its inventive window displays by international artists, gala shows and, above all, its amazing range of products.

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Camden Market

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Camden Market covers a large area and consists of three separate markets; Union St, The Lock and The Stables. It’s an amazing place with unique independent stalls and shops selling fashion, accessories, music, and lots more. Enjoy global street-food by the canal! General opening times for the market stalls and shops are every day from 10am to 6pm.

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Westfield London

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Occupying 43 acres in White City, and covering nine different postcodes, Westfield London takes the crown for Europe’s largest shopping centre. It combines the best of the high street with premium fashion along with a movie theatre and a lot of eateries and pubs.

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Cool Britannia

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This souvenir and gift shop has everything you can imagine from miniature figures, mugs, toys, key rings and lots more!

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Hamleys

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Famed as the one of the largest of its kind across Europe, Hamleys has been the leading toy shop for over 250 years. Founded by William Hamley in 1760, it first opened in a poky shop in Holborn before moving to Regent Street in 1881.With seven floors of fun your raucous bunch can charge from floor to floor with glee.

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Fortnum & Mason

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Quintessentially English, Fortnum & Mason offers an inspiring range of hampers, food, teas,drink and gifts.

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Liberty

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There is no more gorgeous a shop in London, possibly the world, than Liberty. While the high streets around it and beyond become more and more ubiquitous, this mock-tudor department store remains utterly unique. It is the leading destination store in London, a wonderful emporium where the latest fashions sit alongside design classics.

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Borough Market

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If you hear the way that some Londoners talk about Borough Market, you'd think it was a holy site or shrine. It fulfils a similar role for serious London foodies. Pursue the freshest produce in the city here from Wednesday to Saturday.

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Harrods

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Both garish and stylish at the same time, Harrods is an obligatory stop for London’s tourists.Selling everything from sweets and souvenirs to diamonds and antiques, there is nowhere in the world quite like Harrods.

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Alfies Antique Market

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Alfies Antique Market is the largest indoor market of its kind in London and is located in Church Street which also consists of various antique shops. Here you’ll find vintage goods from the 20th century including fashion, accessories, furniture, jewelry and lots more from the range of specialist dealers. Enjoy something to eat and drink on the top floor at the Roof Top Kitchen & Terrace which offers panoramic views over London’s rooftops. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm.

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