Where to go shopping in central London: The stores you can not miss

Shopping in London with Park Lane Apartments

London is a city full of shopping streets, and Park Lane Apartments is in the center of the whole city to make your stay and your shopping easier. From our luxury apartments in London you will be able to get to any of the places we are gonna mention in no time.

If you are only coming for four days, don’t worry about it because you can spend from an afternoon to a whole day buying all those goods that you have been looking for a long time and you can’t find them in your home city.

Depending on the apartment where you want to stay, you will be just a two-minute walk away. Read on and discover with Park Lane Apartments the luxury stores that we recommend.

Oxford Circus

On Oxford Street, in addition to the legendary Selfridges, there are other stores such as John Lewis and Debenhams, as well as many well-known stores with luxury brands. Choose the side streets to avoid the crowds and be sure to visit St. Christopher’s Square and Berwick Street for real miracles.

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Regent Street

On Regent Street, an extremely elegant shopping street, you will find mid-priced fashion stores, as well as some of the city’s most famous stores, such as Hamleys, Liberty and Apple Store. Nearby is the historic Jemin Street, famous for its specialty luxury men’s fashion.

Bond Street and Mayfair

Whether you want to splurge or simply enjoy window shopping, Bond Street and Mayfair are ideal places to indulge in some luxurious retail therapy. In London’s most exclusive and popular celebrity business district, there are big names such as Burberry, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co.

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Savile Row

Savile Street is known as the birthplace of British tailors. Henry Poole & Co, considered the inventor of the evening dress, went on to cut fabrics and occupied 15th place. Other well-known brands include Gieves & Hawkes, H Huntsman & Sons, and Ozwald Boateng. In addition, you can also find the Abercrombie & Fitch flagship store.

Carnaby Street

The birthplace of fashion in 1960s, Carnaby Street, and the 13 surrounding streets have over 150 brands and more than 50 independent restaurants and bars. Passing through its iconic arches, you’ll find a variety of independent boutiques, iconic brands, and up-and-coming designers. Don’t miss Kingly Court near Carnaby Street.

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Covent Garden

Whether you’re looking for elegant or unique gifts, Covent Garden is a great place to explore. Stroll down Neil Street for the latest fashion items and Covent Garden Market for arts and crafts. Be sure to visit Flower Street, Monmouth Street, St Martin’s Courtyard, Seven Dials, and Neal’s Courtyard to savor the essence of London’s most distinctive shopping district.

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