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Don't try to do London's shopping districts in one day. You will spend the majority of the day on the Underground. Focus on one area and shop smart during your stay at our London lets.
Amongst the art galleries and the British Museum, you'll find a nice mix of small bookshops around Judd Street. Larger chain stores and cafes can be found in nearby Brunswick Centre.
Soho offers jewelers and specialty fabric shops; be careful when shopping in Soho as a lot of the shops are wholesale only. Some shops will let you buy regardless. There are a few fancy dress shops and some newsagents that are very well stocked with magazines.
Head for the charming Marylebone High Street and you will find boutiques and specialty shops stocking everything from home ware, ribbons and buttons to children’s gifts.
Full of on-trend vintage shops like Beyond Retro around Brick Lane and Commercial Street, you will find plenty of treasures, but expect to pay for the privilege. There's also famous music and record shops like Rough Trade East on Dray Walk. Walk south to Whitechapel for saris and colourful fashion.
A Guide to Oxford Street
This might be your first port of call during your stay at our London lets, but we advise avoiding London's most famous shopping street at all costs from Friday afternoon to the end of Saturday. Weekday mornings are fairly peaceful in comparison.
Stick to Bond Street; the further East you go on Tottenham Court Road, the more fast food and cheap tourist traps you’ll encounter.
During December Oxford Street is partially closed to traffic on the weekend to make way for the influx of Christmas shoppers. Christmas lights around Oxford Street offer festive cheer. Nearby Regent Street and Carnaby Street are always worth a visit.
Selfridges, voted the best department store in the world. Famous for ‘The Shoe Galleries’ and ‘A Project Ocean’ campaign in the food hall to save fish being thrown back into the sea. The mini spa boutique ‘The Powder Room’ offers makeovers.
Primark, situated near Marble Arch tube station, on the western stretch of Oxford Street, it's the UK's biggest budget department store. The queues (lines) are terrible, as is the quality. You really do get what you pay for here. But if you need basics for less than the price of your lunch, Primark fits the bill.
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