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London: Shopping

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    • Department stores Important streets SHOPS Important areas FLEA MARKETS What is it? stop flea market
    • Oxford Street Knightsbridge · Harrods · Harvery Nichols · Sloane street Regent street
    • •Arround 300 shops •Name old London—Oxford Road •Major shopping stores and hundreds of small shops •Variety of prices •Home of the best-known brands.
    • Timetable Most of them 10-6/7. Some open Sun 12 to 6pm Thursday late nights How to get there? The easiest way by tube: Marble Arch, Bond Street, Oxford Circus stations
    • · 3000 staff / +300 departments · Quality & luxury & expensive goods · history, glamour · charming decoration (builging)
    • TIMETABLE Mon to Sat 10:00am-8:00pm Sun, 12:00 -6:00pm GETTING THERE   · 87-135 Brompton Road easiest tube: 10 mins walking by Knightsbridge station.
    • · founded in 1813 · upmarket department store chain. world's most prestigious · Women&menswear, accesories, beauty, food, and home. · high prices. “a chic alternative with three floors of designer wear, a huge beauty department and delectable delicacies on the fifth floor”  
    • Timetable:   Mon to Sat 10 to 8   Sun 12 to 6 How to get there? By tube: Knightsbridge station (Piccadilly tube line) By bus: 9, 10, 14, 19, 22, 52, 74, 137, 414, C1
    • · designer clothes. · Dior, Chanel, Prada, Gucci, Armani... · specialist lingerie stores: Ex. La Perla. home improvements : Conran Shop, Divertimenti for kitchens · Special Nursery To keep Kids occuped · Really epensive
    • Timetable:   Mon to Sat 10 to 8  Sun 12 to 6 How to get there?   By tube: Knightsbridge station (Piccadilly tube line) By bus: 9, 10, 14, 22, 52, 74, 137, 414, C1
    • ·London's West End The buildings have Portland ston facade but modern, larger, brighter interior Shops as: CK, TH, Armani, Nokia, Zara, H&M,Ferrari
    • It was designed in 1881 as part of the route from the ceremonial residence of the Prince Regent (later George IV), to the newly opened Regent's Park. The second version the road was built to separate the SoHo, poor and crowded immigrant neighborhood of Mayfair's aristocratic. A big Café Royal, (taste, art or design)make the street had this business style.
    • Apple Store ( IPods, Macc...) Aquascutum Austin Reed (On the past rich people dress&haircut here. Now Man&woman clothing $) Godiva(Belgian $ chocolates; 95P ( 150€) a selection of chocolates box has embedded Swarovski crystals Hamleys. toy store National Geographic. Maps,sophisticated equipment issue…
    • Timetable Mon to Sat 10 to 8   Sun 12 to 6 How to get there? By tube: Bakerloo, Central and Victoria, stations lines. By bus: 9, 10, 14, 24, 52, 74, 138, 414, C1 
    • · one of the most famous street markets in the world. · It’s on Portobello Road ( goes 2miles)and goes straight through the heart of Notting Hill
    • What can we buy in this flea market? Antiques are probably what Portobello Road is most famous for. (around 2000 all kind of Antiques Dealers )
    • · made of six markets scattered along Chalk Farm Road and Camden High Str · Camden district of London, north-east of the Regent's Canal. Distributed ancient railway facilities. ·Founded in 1975, is one of the oldest markets in London craft, · visited by some 300.000 people ·all the prices
    • What can we buy in this flea market? London craft & the“typical” things sold in flea makets.
    • Covent garden In years past, farmers and shoppers comes because everything was sold: Here you can find everithing. arts and culture are the focus of the Market's mezzanine
    • What can we buy in this flea market? famous for sold fresh food you can find there everything.
    • This East End market has been operating since the 1750's. Named For the petticoats who lace the Huguenots  it became the heart of the Jewish East End. · during the Nazi Blitz, it was been extremly bombed. After that, in 1830, the street was renamed Middlesex Street by the Victorians for avoid references to women's underwear, but the name had stuck. Today the market is still very popular and most requested by Bengalis and Africans.  
    • What can we buy in this flea market?   famous for sold mostly clothing (good prices) Everithing, also
    • ·20 min from central London. · two million visitors a year Maritime Greenwich and enjoy the magnificent views, architecture, history and atmosphere that led UNESCO to award it World Heritage Site Status in 1997. Greenwich Mean Time and Longitude 0°
    • What can we buy in this flea market? Arts and crafts are the main products. also fresh produce and food-to-go. localS where they also organize interesting arts and crafts activities.