Shopping in London

London is the capital of shopping. Endless hours of shopping can be spent here, either across famous shopping streets and avenues such as Knightsbridge and Regent or in famous and luxurious department stores such as Harrod's, Selfridge's and Harvey Nichols. The majority of shops open at 10.30 in the morning and close around 17.30 to 18.00.

Flea markets

Borough Market

This is the ideal market space for those wishing to spend an entire day strolling around the stalls and buying mainly organic meat, fish and plenty of vegetables, fruit, spices and herbs.


This market doesn't only offer food but also objest of art. Especially on Sundays, chances to achieve a good bargain for antique item are higher. Fresh fruit, vegetables, bread, cheese and organic meat anf fish can also be bought here.

Famous Brit designers


Christpher Baily, awarded as best designer of the year and the Prorsum range have grown to become the best selling british garments. Excellent quality of garments with the typical pattern on them.

Jasper Conran

Jasper Conran offers classic garments as well as homeware, jewellery, scents and a more affordable range of designs for Debenhams. This label provides fantastic smart casual wear.

Paul Smith

Paul Smith is known for his excellent men's line and the variety of accessories designed with the famous, characteristic pattern of his. The store is fun to shop from and there is a variety of gifts you can choose from.

Pringle of Scotland

Having tried to shake off the golfer's reputation that are tied with its clothes, Pringle of Scotland has become one of the hottest brands in the world. Knitwear and cashmere are extremely popular.

Stella McCartney

After leaving the position of chief designer at Chloe, Stella McCartney has grown into one of the most popular fashion designers. Her look is classic chic and her clientele consists of many celebrities.

Vivienne Westwood

She is one of the most revolutionary fashion designers in the UK and her clothes are considered a fashion and social statement.

Department stores

Harrod's | Brompton Rd

This is London's most famous department store and has been operating since 1849, when Henry Charles Harrod opened a small grocery store in Brompton road. He invested in high quality of goods and excellent service as well as in the variety of goods offered and as a result we have today's Harrod's store!

Selfridge's | 400 Oxford str.

This is one of the most well equipped and popular department stores in London. From signature bags such as Gucci to Hermes scarfs and linen, anything you would like to shop can be found here.

Harvey Nichols | 109-125 Knightsbridge

Goal of this famous department store is to sell high-quality products in the best prices. There is an excellent variety of designer label clothes from the UK. Europe and the US. The most impressive department of the store is the gourmet department which opened in 1992 and is one of the best and unique in London.

Travel Guide