Where you should shop in London

One of the most visited cities, London has a lot to offer. With profound history, rich culture, exciting shopping and lively nightlife, London has pulled people from far and beyond. The city is home to a wide range of markets. You can get luxury goods at high-end prices and also cheap and quirky stuff at street markets.

Here are some of the top markets of London:

Covent Garden

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One of the most popular and happening places in London, Covent Garden is the apt place for shopaholics. If you want to explore brands like Hackett, Dior, Chanel, Burberry, Paul Smith and Sandro.

Places to shop for fashion and clothing are Poste Mistress, Unconditional+, Coco de Mer, Pop Boutique, Orla Kiely and Stephen Jones.

Check out Tatty Devine, Kaleido, Laura Lee and Thomas Kettle for jewellery.

Oxford Street

Oxford Street is situated in the heart of London and is home to more than 300 designer stores and outlets. The popular departmental stores include Debenhams and John Lewis.

The nearest tube stations include Bond Street, Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Road.

Regent Street

Regent Street is nestled in West End of London and is home to approximately 75 international flagship stores like Hamleys, Apple, Liberty, Banana Republic and Anthropologie. There are numerous bars and restaurants here.

The nearest tube stations include Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus.


Old Spitalfields Market

Nestled in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and is close to Christ Church, Old Spitalfields Market is just outside the City of London. The closest tube stations include Liverpool Street, Shoreditch High Street and Aldgate East tube stations. These are only a five minutes walk from the market.

There is a wide range of stalls that sell original fashion, antiques and food offerings. There are niche shops and fashionable boutiques too in the market.

Old Spitalfields is also a lovely place for the foodies.

Camden Lock Market

Camden Lock Market is where you can find London’s best artists, designers and sellers. There is a wide range of food vendors in the area for the foodies.

Petticoat Lane Market

Located in East End of London, Petticoat Lane Market is a popular fashion and clothing market in London. You can find street-cred clubwear, designer clothes and a wide range of household goods.


Other places to shop include Portobello Road Market, Westfield Shopping Centre, King’s Road, Brick Lane Market, Mayfair/bond street and Knightsbridge. Choose a nice serviced apartment close to the closeby neighbourhoods of these markets and have a comfortable time.


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