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- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 89%Family Travelers
- 84%Local Culture
- 82%Budget Travelers
- 76%Business Travelers
- 74%History Buffs
User Reviews (127 Reviews)
- Oxford StreetMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 7Oct 14, 2013
Oxford Street runs right down through the center of the most busy part of London. There i much to do and lots happening! Lots of sites and sounds and shops to explore right in the center of the city!
- Oxford StreetMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsWellness+ 1Jul 21, 2013
Shopaholics rejoice! For big brand names from around the world, Oxford Street is the place to go.
For luxury, visit Selfridges and Debenhams.
- Oxford StreetMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsStudents+ 1Jul 13, 2013
If you're a shopaholic Oxford Street is a must. It's the main shopping street in London with a lot of department stores. Also, you can find there H&M, Topshop, Forever21, ... and stuff like that.
But I'm not a shopaholic, so I think it was a bit boring and basically much like any big shopping area in a big city.
- Oxford StreetJan 07, 2013
Oxford street, much like Time Square, is avoided by real Londoners at all costs as it is part of the Tourist circuit that surrounds Soho. The people you find on Oxford Street are local office workers and tourists, and they don't get along well come rush hour. Avoid at all costs between 5pm and 7pm during the work week. As every tube station is plunged into chaos.
- Oxford StreetDec 13, 2012
Much like my review of regent street there is very little reason to be on this street. The shopping is crowded and full of chain stores. The tottenham court road end is the worst part shops wise and is full of language schools. The stretch between Oxford Circus and Marble Arch is the best part with Selfridges being the highlight.
Gentlemen or retailsphobes avoid this street at all costs or know where you want to go and get in and get out. Self preservation is the key to a trip to Oxford Street.
Covent Garden, Neal Street and Long Acre all have a better shopping layout and far more interesting stores if you have to shop in central london.
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Aliases: Oxford Circus