As every tourist has their own special idea of an English style, it is necessary to get ready to shop fever in London.
Shopping experts love and appreciate the city for the legendary dandy style or images of rebellious youngsters – all that were born here in London.
With the most famous shops and department stores like Selfridges, John Lewis, Debenhams and Fenwick of Bond Street, as well as three weekly updated (!) H&M Swedish stores famous for truly huge range of men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, Oxford Street regarded the worlds longest shopping street. However, the main destination for shopaholics is the huge Liberty department store.
Oxford Circus has Europes largest TOPSHOP department store every floor of which is the size of a gym. The store represents its own TOPSHOP brands as well as young designers’ collections and second-hand clothing from 60s-70s. Oxford Circus also attracts shoppers by incredible five-storey Nike shopping mall.
Posh Piccadilly and Bond Street accommodate high priced boutiques. From Piccadilly go to Knightsbridge to visit the famous department stores Harvey Nichols and Harrods. Fancy shopping for the soul? Famous London book stores such as Waterstones, WH Smiths, Borders, Books, Fisher @ Sperr, Oxfarm Bookshop, Portobello Road market are for you. Most of the shops in London work up to 6 pm, while central shops to 8 pm, on Sunday shops opening hours till 5 pm without exceptions.