London Shopping Tour

London Shopping Tour

London Shopping Tour

London, England SW1P 2PA, United Kingdom

Created By: Elizabeth Brown

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London shopping tour

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What You'll See on the Tour

Piccadilly Circus

Secrets of Piccadilly Circus "It's like Piccadilly Circus in here", has muttered many a person when things have got a bit hectic. But how much do they really know about the busy central London area, which around half a million people pass t... Read more
Jermyn Street If you want to see what old fashioned British luxury really looks like, go to Jermyn Street. This historic thoroughfare, which runs between Piccad... Read more
Paxton & Whitfield

In business for over 200 years, the last 100 of those on this site, Paxton & Whitfield sells a wide range of British and continental European cheeses, plus excellent hams, biscuits and real ale. Service is exemplary and delightfully uns... Read more
Floris London

This St James's perfumery has been stimulating Londoners' olfactory senses for more than 280 years. Founded by Juan and Elizabeth Famenias Floris in 1730, this Jermyn Street site is the Floris's original shop and is still operated by Floris... Read more
Fortnum & Mason

The results of F&M’s £24 million, two-year revamp (revealed in 2007 – 300 years after its opening in 1707) are stunning: the store retains all that was marvellous about its Georgian past while changing just enough to position itsel... Read more
Piccadilly Arcade

Connecting Piccadilly to Jermyn Street is the Piccadilly Arcade.  A stones throw across the street from the arch of the Burlington Arcade, it’s a perfect conduit from Savile Row to the other famous row.  Facing you as the stroll through... Read more
Burlington Arcade

Burlington Arcade, opened in 1819, is both the most famous and the most traditional of London's shopping arcades. But change is afoot. An ambitious and, according to its tenants, long overdue renovation programme is about to commence. A pri... Read more
Savile Row

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Smythson of Bond Street

Imagine Queen Victoria jotting a note to one of her trusted advisors on ornate stationary; or picture Katharine Hepburn adding one of her famous friends to her elegantly-engraved address book—the name embossed on both of these specialty i... Read more
Liberty of London

Ah, Liberty. Lovely Liberty. The  eccentric aunt of the London department store scene. What she looks like on the outside pretty much reflects what she's like on the inside, all wooden beams and cosy corners — and a memorial on the stai... Read more


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