London is the name that keeps on enthralling people since a long time now. From travellers to art lovers, from bankers to artists, from fortune seeker to shoppers, London is everyone’s dream destinations. A trip to London ensures the enjoyment of a lifetime.
Are you a shopaholic? To be quite frank, there is always a persona hidden in every girl, a persona, who loves shopping. And when you are getting chance to visit the most famous and high end stores and boutiques, obviously it is a lucrative deal for you. So, when you are planning for your next London trip you need to think about the shops and places where you should go for shopping? Worried about the budget? Well, I can assure you that you will find every purchase worth every penny you spend in London.
Take a look of the top shopping destinations for you in London.
Bond Street and Mayfair
If you are thinking of splurging on a designer dress or a something from top brands from the world, this is the place for you. This place is famously known to boast on the most expensive stores and boutiques. You can find the famous brands like Louise Vuitton, Burberry, Tiffany & Co. and so on. If you don’t want to spend the fortune yet fancy some memorable window shopping, visit Bond Street and Mayfair. In fact, while strolling around the Bond Street you may bump into some superstar as well as they often seen to visit the place.
This place is quite a popular choice for the young generation. Find the latest urban street trends and funky accessories and cosmetics in the Covent Garden. Stores like Nike, Russell and Bromley, Adolfo Dominguez and Fossil are the most frequented by the shoppers.
Covent Garden is also a favourite attraction for any window shopper as you can find imaginative Art and Craft in the Covent Garden Market. As we all know, London is the city of art and history, the booming market place cannot be untouched by the art and its colours. So, even if you are an aimless window shopper, don’t forget to visit Covent Garden.
Regent Street and Jermyn Street
Going for a shopping spree and you are missing these destinations? Never. Well, these two places are known to be the most popular for all shoppers. After paying for hotel deals in Lancaster Gate I am sure you are ready to spend moderate money for a bit of shopping. If so, I am sure you are going to love Regent Street as you might find some good bargain there. The place is famous for some most famous and oldest shops in London, including Liberty, Hamley’s and Apple Store. There are some popular mid price stores like GAP, H&M, All Saints and Massimo Dutti.
If you or your spouse has a fetish of stylish men’s wear you must visit Jermyn Street. It is the place where you can find the finest and typical British clothes for men. Benson & Clegg’s Short maker and John Lobb shoe maker are your must visit shops to get the glimpse of the excitement of Jermyn Street.
If a shopper wants to experience the heaven on earth it is the Oxford Street. What else you will need when you will find 300 of shops on one street. The major departmental stores like Selfridges, John Lewis, and Debenhams are full with all the major brands and their separate stores. So, it is the place where you can satisfy all your shopping needs on one go.
Tired of the crowd of shoppers in the Oxford Street? Slip into the nearby Berwick Street and St. Christopher Place. You will also find some gem to shop from. Berwick is also famous for some amazing stores. And what is shopping if you don’t get to bite on something in your outing? St. Christopher’s Place is the perfect joint for you to grab some quick delicious bites. Pizza express, Made in Italy and some more restaurants are waiting for you to feed your taste buds.
When you are talking about the shopping destination in London, surely Notting Hill does not pop up in your mind. So, when you are reminded of the iconic film with the same title let us tell you that the place is also famous for its not so conventional stores. If you are looking for vintage clothing with unmistakable British charm attached to it, Notting Hill should be your destination. In fact you are thinking about collecting some items like quirky gifts, rare antiques, books and organic food. There is also a mile long Portobello Market that will offer you different arrays of stores of various things. You can also visit Westbourne Grove that offers some of the most stylish shops for designer wear.
In fact, when you are thinking of experiencing a bit of peaceful London, this is a place for that. Boho chick fashion comes to life in the designer stores of stylish and quirky clothing here. Apart from the shops and stores, the street boasts on some vibrant cafes and stunning art galleries. Obviously, when you are stepping on the street of London you will surely come across some amazing places of art and culture. So, you can also find some beautiful places admiring art in this area too.
The urge of shopping is always indomitable. That is why, it is important to know the right shopping destinations around you. Once you are sorted with the places you need to visit you are good to go for your shopping spree.
It is obvious when you are visiting London, the paradise of all shopping lovers you would want to splurge on money and buy some amazing treasure for yourself and your loved ones. So, now after reading this I am sure you have prepared your list of shopping destinations that you want to visit. So, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and splurge on unlimited glamour and some great and lucrative deals.