London shopping districts
Soho means Regent Street and Oxford Street. If you want to shop in London’s trendiest district, Carnaby Street is the ideal starting point.The one thing not to be missed in Soho is the Kingly Court shopping mall, which is home to stores, bars as well as restaurants.
- Covent Garden
Covent Garden is considered as one of the best places in London for shopping, chilling and even having a drink. Located on the north bank of the Thames, this district offers something for everybody and is definitely worth a visit.
- Shoreditch & Spitalfields
if you want to spend a day shopping in East London, these two locations are considered a great match!
Shopping in Shoreditch and Spitalfields are home to lots of little boutiques, second-hand shops, and local arts and crafts: a unique experience. If you want to explore London’s authentic shopping scene and go home with some stylish yet different clothes and souvenirs, this is the perfect shopping destination.
This district is known for a main reason: Harrods. Visiting London concerns also in going to this department store, even if you are not willing to buy things. While you’re in the area, you can also wander in the fabulous Harvey Nichols store. Knightsbridge is the perfect place to shop in bad weather.