October 22, 2023
londons best shops. 伦敦购物指南

London has some of the best shopping on the planet. From high end designer stores to cool street markets there is something for everyone. London has a number of distinct shopping areas which we have listed below.

Oxford Street

Oxford Street is London’s busiest shopping street. 2.5km long and with over 300 shops it is also Europe’s longest high street. Situated on the street are many of their world’s leading brands as well as the iconic Selfridges department store.

Selfridges Department Store

Situated midway along Oxford Street, London”s busiest shopping street, is the department store Selfridges. The huge store with its classical columns is one of the most well known landmarks in London

Regent Street & Piccadilly

Regent Street is a more sedate shopping experience than Oxford Street. An impressively elegant shopping street, Regent Street offers a good range of mid-priced fashion stores alongside some of the city’s oldest and most famous shops, including HamleysLiberty and The Apple Store

At the southern end, on Piccadilly you can find one of London’s’ oldest and most beautiful department stores  Fortnum & Mason, and behind that Jermyn Street which is renowned for its high end traditional gentlemen’s clothing shops. 

Nearest Underground Station: Piccadilly Circus

Oxford Street

Bond Street & Mayfair

London shopping guide

Bond Street and Mayfair is where the rich and famous shop. It is London’s most exclusive shopping area, home to big names including Burberry, Louis Vuitton, Cartier and Tiffany & Co. 

Nearest Underground Station: Bond Street

Carnaby Street & Soho

Carnaby Street is famous for being the epicentre of then Swinging Sixties in London. Carnaby Street is still home to some of the world’s most exciting designers. More than just the world-famous street itself, the Carnaby area consists of 12 streets of fantastic shopping. Don’t miss Kingly Court, a three-storey courtyard selling one-off creations and unique products.

Nearest Underground Station: Oxford Circus or Piccadilly Circus

Covent Garden

With its cobbled streets and rich history, Covent Garden is a great place to go shopping, You can stock up on the latest urban street wear, funky cosmetics and shoes on Neal Street, check out imaginative arts and crafts at Covent Garden Market and if you are tired of shopping check out miss the buskers – Covent Garden has some of the best street entertainers in the world

Nearest Underground Station: Covent Garden or Leicester Square


Camden is famous for Camden Market. If you are young, or a hippy, it’s enormous fun, if you are older it’s best to be avoided. 

Harrods Department Store

Harrods is London’s most famous department store. And a favourite tourist spot for visitors who want to go shopping.

Sloane Street

Sloane Street is a great place to visit for an exclusive London shopping experience.. Prada, Gucci, Versace S can all be found on Sloane Street. Many of the buildings on the West side of Sloane Street, at the Knightsbridge end, are now owned by members of Dubai’s ruling family.
interesting fact:  Sloane Street, along with nearby Sloane Square, gives it to the name to “Sloane Rangers” a name given in the eighties to a type of young upper class privately educated rich English ladies that can be seen in the area.

Getting to Sloane Street Sloane Street, London SW1 
Getting to Sloane Street. South end Nearest underground tube: Sloane Square, North end Nearest underground station – Knightsbridge

KIng’s Road

The King’s Road has a lovely mix of trendy boutiques, unique labels, designer shops alongside a vast array of cafes and restaurants. Popular with Russian oligarchs and young posh totty it is also famous as the birthplace of punk – Vivienne Westwood’s shop is here and Mohican punks can still be spotted strolling up and down amongst the designer clad ladies.

King’s Road is one of West London’s most famous and popular shopping streets. The King’s Road stretches for 2 miles through Chelsea from Sloane Square, marked by the faded façade of the Peter Jones department store, all the way through Fulham to the Putney Bridge. 
The Kings Road has always been associated with fashion and design. Design stores such as Conran’s Habitat and Heals started here. In the 1960s The King’s Road gave birth to the mini skirt, Mary Quant and hair stylist Vidal Sassoon. In the late 1970s it helped punk get its look with Vivien Westwood’s shop ‘Sex’. Now it has many high-end exclusive fashion stores and independent boutiques. 
The further you walk West, down The Kings Road from Sloane Square, the more small, independent clothes and shoe shops you will find. The Kings Road is also a great place to hunt for antiques with the famous Chelsea Antiques Market.
Nearest Underground Station: Sloane Square

Savile Row

Known worldwide as the home of bespoke British tailoring, Savile Row is the place to come if you want a handmade suit crafted the old-fashioned way. Be warned  – they don’t come cheap.
Nearest Underground Station: Bond Street or Piccadilly Circus

Notting Hill & Portobello Market 

Boho Notting Hill  has a vast array of hip cafes, small, unique shops selling unusual and vintage clothing, rare antiques, and quirky boho boutiques. It is also the home of the world famous mile-long Portobello Market.

Westfield Shopping Centre

The Westfield Shopping Center is one of London’s  largest shopping malls. Located in Shepherds Bush, West London, Westfield is a stunning architectural masterpiece with over 275 shops from luxury fashion labels to high street favourites and over 50 places to eat and drink. 
Location: Westfield, Ariel Way London W12 7GF
Westfield Opening Times: 
Mon 10am – 9pm
Tues 10am – 9pm
Wed 10am – 9pm
Thurs 10am – 10pm
Fri 10am – 10pm
Sat 9am – 9pm
Sun 12pm – 6pm
Bank Holidays 10am – 8pm
Nearest Underground: Four Underground stations provide easy access including: 
Central Line: Shepherd’s Bush and White City Hammersmith & City: Wood Lane and Shepherd’s Bush Market

Westfield Shopping Centre, Stafford

Westfield’s younger sister, this sprawling shopping centre is located in then East End of London next door to the Olympic Park.