Travelers who want to go shopping in London will find a variety of merchandise in different areas of the city. Shoppers can pay a few dollars for secondhand merchandise at one of the city’s huge street markets or spend thousands of dollars in an upscale shop on Bond Street. Other places to shop in London are Oxford Street, Harrods and the centre at Covent Garden.
The Camden Markets are a group of street markets in northwest London. Vintage clothing and alternative fashion are sold here. Shoppers will find antiques and modern furniture in these markets
Bond Street in west London is a must see for London Holidays and is home to a number of designer shops. Handbags and accessories are available at Hermés, Louis Vuitton and Chanel. Tiffany & Co. sells jewelry, leather goods and eyewear. Clothes are sold at Donna Karan New York, Alexander McQueen and Miu Miu.
Oxford Street is about half a kilometre from Bond Street. This street lined with shops is over two kilometres long. Clothing, shoes, jewelry and souvenirs are sold in the stores here. Marks & Spencer and John Lewis are two of the department stores on this street. Smaller stores include American Apparel, Claire’s Accessories and Sunglass Hut.
Harrods has seven floors of items for sale. This department store is in west London. Shoppers will find clothing, accessories, shoes, toys and sports equipment here.
The centre at Covent Garden is near central London. The Australia Shop, the Tea Palace and L’Artisan Parfumer are some of the specialty shops here.
With such an amazing array of shops with something special for everyone, shopping in London is a girl’s idea of one of the most perfect honeymoon destinations in the world.