Portobello Road Market
Having begun in the 1880s, Portobello Road Market is popular for its wide variety of second-hand items and antique pieces. There are a couple of food places in the market as well for hungry shoppers.
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The Camden Market has a wide variety of items on offer, including fashion accessories, clothing and food. Having been established for more than 30 years, the market has become quire popular with locals and is frequently visited.
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Probably one of the most famous departmental store chains that the world has seen, Harrods offers the best in luxury shopping, including fashion accessories, designer clothes, watches, shoes, premier brands and of course, food items.
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One of London's most popular food markets, Borough Market is well-stocked and offers almost any food item you require, cooked and uncooked. The food quality is believed to be exceptional and the market is the source of choice for professional chefs and foodies alike.
Broadway Shopping Centre
The Broadway shopping Centre in Hammersmith is a hub of sorts. You'll find any retailer or food chain franchise you want. The shopping centre has outlets from all major brands you can think of, including high street fashion and food franchises.
The largest wholesale meat market in UK, and one of the largest in Europe, the Smithfield Market is not new to meat trade, being engaged in it since the past 800 years.
You'll find any and every type of meat in the market and retailers guarantee a fresh variety everyday.
Set up in a world heritage site, the Greenwich Market has a lot to offer, including high-end boutiques, fashion accessories, takeaway food and gastro pubs. A visit to the market is as much of a traditional experience as it is fun.
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has an array of different stalls that are situated within the market building that has a distinctive and modern architecture.
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Westfield London Shopping Centre
Built at a whooping cost of £1.6bn and opened in 2008, the Westfield London Shopping Centre is the destination of choice for locals as well as tourists. The centre has over 350* stores, including luxury & high-street brands, fashion accessories, food and even a cinema.
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The Burlington Arcade has some of the best luxury shopping and gift shops in London. You can buy jewelry and fashion accessories from high-end brands along with staying at some of the most popular hotels in the city.
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