Open the doors of Hogwarts and embark on a journey of fantasy in the world of your favorite magician.
The origins of Harrods date back to 1834, when Charles Henry Harrod opened a small grocery store. In 1848 the shop moved to its current location where, with time, it expanded with the purchase of premises and neighboring houses. The Harrods building complex offers a luxurious decoration with statues, fountains and richly adorned rooms. Of particular interest is the Egyptian hall and the memorial to Diana of Wales.
Westfield London is one of London's main shopping and leisure destinations, just 15 minutes by underground from Oxford Circus. It includes over 265 specialist shops, including those located in the Village, a luxurious area with international designer stores.
Camden Market is a huge market. It is one of the most famous London street markets in the world. It extends from Camden Town subway station to Chalk Fram subway station. You will need some hours to explore the Whole market.
With its 2 km of length, Oxford Street in London is one of the best known and most visited places in the British capital, known for being the largest shopping street in Europe. Whether for a hurry up Christmas shopping, midweek or weekend shopping, this street always keeps its continuous influx of people pouring into numerous shops.