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  • 1

    Harrods

    216 reviews

    Harrods is an upmarket department store located in Brompton Road in Knightsbridge, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London.

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    Fortnum & Mason

    37 reviews

    Fortnum's is amazing! From the window displays outside we are drawn into the store.. once in the store it is luxury and quality all the day. Colours and smells are spellbinding. I walk past the store most days and marvel at the displays. Sometimes stopping in to meet a friend for a cup of tea.

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  • 3

    Regent Street

    36 reviews

    The fighting of the crowd continues (see review of Oxford Street), as I turn from Oxford on to Regent Street for slightly more exquisite shops for my shopaholic shopping spree.

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    London Eye

    569 reviews

    Simon Burrell of Our Man on the Ground recommends the London Eye. "a visit to The London Eye on a clear summer’s evening as the sun goes down is a must, but book in advance if you want to avoid the lines."

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  • 5

    Selfridges Department Store

    58 reviews

    Literally anything you want and more at this massive department store. It is so large that it's easy to get lost in there! If you're looking for luxury goods this is your go to. Or if you just want to people watch and mingle amongst the multimillionaires picking up a Prada dress for the night out.

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    Oxford Street

    130 reviews

    Shopaholics rejoice! For big brand names from around the world, Oxford Street is the place to go. For luxury, visit Selfridges and Debenhams.

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  • 7

    Primrose Hill

    23 reviews

    Lovliest place in London. Great park with great views of London. Charming high street with gorgeous shops and restaurants.

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  • 8

    Carnaby Street

    46 reviews

    Just off the ultra busy/crowded Oxford street is a cute little street that offers unique boutiques, cool shops, and a more sane shopping environment that is Carnaby Street.

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    Liberty Store

    19 reviews

    The department store Liberty is absolutely exquisite! from the old school wood carvings to the wood creaking sound with every steps. Each section of the store is themed (kind of like Harrods) but in a more intimate and cozy way. The Liberty fabric patterns are quite beautiful so a a visit to that department is a must!

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  • 10

    Westfield West London

    23 reviews

    Located in the White City/Shepherds Bush area in west London, this is a large, modern mall (built in 2008). It is filled with stores & restaurants. Think Burberry, Dior, Gucci, Louis Vuitton & Prada, to name a few. Of course, there are lots of less upscale shops, too. The mall is easy to reach on the Hammersmith & City line, ...

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  • 11

    Montgomery Place

    4 reviews

    Ah, liquor. The cocktail menu here is divided by poison (rum, gin, tequila etc) and further into classic cocktails and innovative. The innovative are well balanced, refreshing affairs so tasty that you barely notice you're getting toasty. I didn't try the classic ones. Are you drinking these cocktails in a grungy dive? No, you are drinking them in a low-lit, ...

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  • 12

    Vinopolis

    9 reviews

    A giant selection of nice wines in a cavernous space...the main benefit being that it's on the Southbank, one of London's more perfect areas for hanging out, eating, drinking, and even art.

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    Wigmore Hall

    3 reviews

    Wonderful concert venue in Mayfair near the Bond Street and Oxford Circus tube stations. We saw a wonderful performance there last night for Wolfgang Holzmair with piano accompaniment by Imogen Cooper. Schubert at his best. Great venue. The acoustics are excellent and the cellar bar is actually practically laid out with attentive service. Most people though stay in the lobby ...

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  • 14

    Royal Albert Hall

    38 reviews

    Everyone should do at least one prom. Or two. Standing in the pit can be fun, but well worth regular tickets. Great acoustics, impressive historic venue. Amenities aren't quite what you'd expect in the States, but they're getting there. And you can't beat the people watching.

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  • 15

    Shoreditch

    11 reviews

    I really love this Bohemian Neighborhood! If you love art then the galleries will captivate you. The Whitechapel Gallery is my favorite for contemporary art. The Spitalfields Markets has art, fashion shows and wonderful restaurants. The Boundary Hotel is frequented by hipsters, a great place to people watch.

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    Harvey Nichols

    5 reviews

    Harvey Nicks and its unique styles are legendary. Although it carries a lot of the fashion names as the other department stores, it also carries a lot of the fashion forward items that is uniquely theirs. The store in Knightsbridge is a must visit for those who seek quality and unique styles.

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  • 17

    Borough Market

    112 reviews

    If you're looking for quality British products or have a kitchen in your London accommodation make sure you take a trip to Borough Market - my favourite market in London! Local cheeses, desserts, game, spices, delicious Monmouth coffee and plenty more will be on sale!

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  • 18

    Hampton Court Palace

    52 reviews

    For the full English experience in London, forget the London Eye and the tourist-buzzing streets of the South Bank and head to somewhere more tranquil instead. Hampton Court Palace was once home to the royals, including King Henry VIII. The 60 acres of gardens and grounds are spectacular. Either time the Big Day to coincide with the Hampton Court Palace ...

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  • 19

    Oxford Street

    46 reviews

    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!

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  • 20

    Southbank London

    56 reviews

    Vibrant, fun, great atmosphere, lots of great places to eat and drink both in and outside. Close to the London Eye. Easy to get to from Waterloo station and can then walk along the River Thames to get to London Bridge station. Also close to The Globe (Shakespeare's theatre).

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