London Travel Top 10
Top 10 London Shopping Links

1. Harrods - the most famous and amazing department store anywhere in the world. Located in London's Knightsbridge district, there are seven floors filled with everything imaginable from designer fashions, food products, and restaurants.
2. Selfridges & Co - named the Best department store in 2010, it’s located on Oxford Street. Just follow the bright yellow bags to a store than has always understood the business of retail entertainment and does it better than anyone.
Mark & Spenser - leading retailer in the UK with 600 stores including Simply Foods outlets. The largest flagship store is on Oxford Street in London and is filled with the best of everything.
Harvey Nichols - retail store carrying designer labeled goods for 130 years with its  flagship store in Knightsbridge. Seven floors are filled with high quality items with the fifth floor dedicated to restaurants and food products.
Covent Garden - a plaza in West End packed with dining, shopping, and entertainment. It’s one of London’s premier destinations for visitors who enjoy the street performers while eating a meal or reading a newspaper.
6. Portobello Road
- world’s largest antiques market is held every Saturday with shops, galleries, and arcades open six days a week. In Notting Hill it is several markets that merged into one for visitors to stroll through.
7. Fortnum & Mason - providing simply the best food anywhere for 300 years in Piccadilly locations. It is wonderful place to take afternoon tea, order a hamper of portable delights or just browsing through all the different departments focused on food and cooking products. A staple of London shopping.
8. Carnaby Street - trendy boutiques and cutting edge fashion located in West End. In the 1960s it emerged as the London centre for music and youth culture along with good restaurants and bars.
9. Liberty - luxury products in an historic Tudor building that has been world famous since 1875 for its silks, scarves and other Oriental offerings. It offers much more with famous designer brands for men and women and household furnishings.
10. Regent Street - high end shopping and social scene in the heart of West End since 1825. Although the buildings have changed over time, there are well known stores, hotels and a food quarter in this area of London also famous for its Christmas decorations.

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