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- 79%Local Culture
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- Oxford StreetMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 5Feb 04, 2014
As a bona fide shopaholic (amongst other "holic" things), I must fight the crowd and do a shopping spree on Oxford Street. High street fashion is good value and aplenty here! Let the bargain hunting begin!Recommended for:
- Oxford StreetFeb 07, 2013
More of a tourist attraction than a street for shopping, Oxford Street is arguably the busiest place in London. It's certainly worth going for the giant Topshop, the Selfridges department store, and to simply say 'I'm on Oxford Street', but aside from that it hasn't got much else going for it. If you genuinely want to shop, go elsewhere.
- Oxford StreetMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 9Sep 13, 2012
Let's go shopping! Stores for all tastes, ages and salaries :D! If you don't want to spend a lot, you can go to the Primark Store where you can buy clothes and accessories for a price as cheap as £3....
- Oxford StreetAug 15, 2012
If you're a shopaholic you'll love Oxford Street! From major high street stores to designer brands, it's shopping heaven! Although it's incredibly busy on weekends and holidays, the vibrant ambiance makes you glad that there's a crowd! There are a lot of shops that will catch your eye whilst walking so you need to make sure you allow for plenty of time to get from one end to the other on the long and busy street. Alternatively if you have a limited amount of time you can find out which tube station/bus stop is nearest to the shop/s you'd like to visit the most...that always works best for me! Overall, great place to be and a 'must not miss no matter what' for someone visiting London! PS Hyde Park is just walking distance if you want to relax after a long day of shopping!
- Oxford StreetJul 05, 2012
Central London's main shopping street, lots of big department stores and many small shops as well. Stretches for a long way and there's always lots of people, so allow plenty of time to get from one end to another. Avoid the pre-Christmas crowds if possible
- Oxford StreetJul 04, 2012
the best idea might be getting on the bus and watch the main sights from its top front. No 25 gets you from Oxford Circus to the tower, No 11 from Liverpool Street to Chelsea, 15 from Paddington to the tower, 94 from Sheperd's Bush to Piccadilly,