Recommended shops in London


The famous phrase "A customer is always right" belongs to the founder of the store, Harry Gordon Selfridge. Built in 1909, Selfridges department store continues setting highest shopping industry standards. Designer labels and latest collections.

400 Oxford Street London W1A 1AB London, United Kingdom

House of Fraser

House of Fraser is an interesting shopping destination in London as it provides a mix of designer brands and affordable clothing. Conveniently located in Oxford Street, it is easy to get to by London Underground (between Bond Street and Oxford Circus stations).

318 Oxford Street London, United Kingdom


Loved by many locals and visitors alike, Topshop offers good quality inexpensive clothing, shoes and accessories. Browse their selection online and visit one of Topshop stores in London. They have several locations, but the one at Oxford Circus is one of the largest.

214 Oxford Street London W1W 8LG United Kingdom

Fortnum & Mason

Fortnum & Mason carries world's most exquisite food since 1707. Their selection of teas is unbeatable. It is a great place for shopping if you want to bring a special gift from London for your friends and family. It will be more memorable than a magnet with Big Ben (though why not bring that one, too).

181 Piccadilly London W1A 1ER


If you want to purchase apparel and accessories that no one else will most likely have, Liberty is your choice. Take a look at brands and prices online on their website.

Liberty London Regent Street London W1B 5AH

Bicester Village

Designer outlet shopping, just one hour from London, and easy to get to. Explore their brands online and enjoy buying designer brands with 30-50% off retail.

50 Pingle Drive Bicester Oxfordshire OX26 6WD


Another old British department store, established in 1778. Large selection, reasonable prices. Also conveniently located on Oxford Street.

334-348 Oxford Street London, United Kingdom

The shops at Oxford Street

Oxford Street is a convenient place to shop at major department stores. Selfridges, House of Fraser, Debenhams, John Lewis, Marks&Spencer, Primark, Topshop, Gap, Disney store etc. make it a primary shopping destination for many visitors. Most shops are between Oxford Circus and Marble Arch Underground Stations.

The shops at Regent Street

Regent Street is a shopper's paradise. Apple, Hamleys (7 floors of toys and games), Camper, Timberland, Tommy Hilfiger, Michael Kors, Burberry, Gap, Banana Republic, Kiehls, Niketown, H&M, Mango and many-many other shops. For a full list of stores and specials check