Shopping in London
This is where local Airbnb hosts say to go in search of local treasures and trends.
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Westfield London is a pioneering shopping and leisure destination to shop, to eat, and to meet. Find your department store giants Marks and Spencer, House of Fraser and Debenhams alongside speciali... read more
Westfield London is the best leisure destination to shop, to eat, and to meet. Find over 265 luxury, premium and high street retailers from more than 15 different countries within the architectural... read more
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Brick Lane Market is growing faster than your waistline after a Bengal curry. Formerly just a trail of bric-a-brac and a smattering of fruit stalls, the now sprawling market has a buzzy new append... read more
The best day to visit Brick Lane market is on Sundays, though the shops and restaurants are open every day. On Sundays the streets are lined with people hawking their second-hand wares, with some g... read more
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Britain's most famous store and possibly the most famous store in the world, Harrods features on many tourist 'must-see' lists - and with good reason. Its humble beginnings date back to 1849, when ... read more
Located at 109-125 Knightsbridge, London, Greater London, SW1 Known for Shopping Mall Elaborate shopping emporium with glittering Egyptian Room and acclaimed Food Hall. 87-135 Brompton Rd, Knightsb... read more
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Camden is a brilliant place for diverse shopping. Ethnic, hippy, punk, it's all here. If you're in to the club scene or even if you're not it's worth checking out Cyberdog in the market for a taste... read more
London's most popular open-air market area with stalls, shops, pubs and restaurants. Around 200 stalls jostle for space in the narrow alleyways off Camden High Street/Chalk Farm Road. This market... read more
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Cinema and arts space with exhibitions, live music, comedy, theatre, spoken word, lots of community-based projects bringing artists and local residents together. I saw the midnight showing of the n... read more
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The largest in Europe, you will find anything you need and more! Loads of restaurants and bars / cafes to enjoy. Get a bus from the tube station - they all go to Stratford in less than 10 mins. Th... read more
It has everything you need, Stratford in itself is fun, with lots of restaurants, a cinema, casino, there are mostly mid range shops like H&M / top Shop but you with and a few like true religion , ... read more
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The famous Portobello Road Market is a short walk, bus or tube ride from our place. Different daily. Food markets, bric-a-brac, antiques & collectables, vintage clothing, street food, pubs & cafes.
Portobello Road The legendary Portobello Market is either 2 stops away on H'smith and City Line or a brisk 20-30 minute walk through a pretty Holland Park and Notting Hill streets.
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Portobello Road is a street in the Notting Hill district of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in west London. On Saturdays it is home to Portobello Road Market, one of London's notable st... read more
London’s Portobello Road & Golborne Road Market is probably the world’s best known street market with a history stretching back over 150 years. The market is famous for its antique and bric-a-brac ... read more
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Loads of little restaurants and cafes, serving food from around the world. There is somewhere here to suit every taste. It is also a sociable and lively place to hang out on Thursday and Friday nig... read more
Independent small shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. "Brixton Village and the other arcade Market Row are the place to go for foods from around the world. You’ll find Europe, India, Asia, Africa,... read more
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Situated in Oxford Street and Voted the best department store in the world, Selfridges has all the latest designer collections, must-have toys & gifts for all the family
Voted the best department store in the world, Selfridges has all the latest designer collections, must-have toys & gifts for all the family. Nearest tube: Bond Street or Marble Arch
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Brixton Station Road Market is a community market run by local traders. It's on a wide pedestrianised road near the tube, a street dotted with cafés and music sellers,with traders offering street food
The original Brixton Market situated around Electric Avenue - the 1st market street to be electrically lit! It is full of fun and food and lined with food shops from all 4 corners of the world!
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-35 mins walk, 15 mins by bus -Trafalgar Square is a public space and tourist attraction in central London - At its centre is Nelson's Column, which is guarded by four lion statues at its base.
A must-see destination for visitors to London, Trafalgar Square is home to Nelson’s Column (a monument commemorating Admiral Horatio Nelson, who died in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805), iconic sto... read more
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Reccomend visiting Spitalfields and Brick Lane at the same time as theyre just streets away. Market, restaurant, bars and art culture located here.
A definite must on a Sunday or even a Saturday if you want street food, street fashion, street art London. Very cool right now (nearest tube, Liverpool St).
Monthly market (except January and February) selling original art from paintings to photography. -
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Longtime, indoor market with up to 120 stalls for antiques, art & other goods, plus take-out bites. Discover London’s only historic market set within a World Heritage site. Surrounded by independen... read more
"Discover London’s only historic market set within a World Heritage site. Surrounded by independent and boutique shops and a well-established designer-maker trend means you are sure to find somethi... read more
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One of the most prestigious book stores to do a book launch. Wonderful inside, books are unconventionally arranged by the country. Pop in on the way to Waitrose.
It's my favorite bookstore in the world, seriously. It's a magic place, extremely beautiful and full of travel books. I can spend hours there. I can stress enough that this is a mandatory place to ... read more
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This is literally 2 min walk from our place, and the Rooftop Kitchen at Alfie's (an antique shopping mall with lots of smaller stalls) delivers. Now, church street is church street. Known for bein... read more
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Exmouth Market has some of the capital’s best street food stalls offering a global assortment of flavours from local and specialist farmers and producers, to small region continental delicacies as... read more
An easy 15 mins walk from Kith and Kine is Exmouth Market. A trendy, pedestrianised street filled with independent shops, restaurants and bars, it also has a busy street food market on weekdays. ... read more
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Shipping container, pop-up mall for independent and global, fashion and lifestyle stores and cafes.
Pop-up mall made out of shipping containers. Idependant and global fashion retailers and a few small cafés, bars and restaurants.
Shipping container pop up mall with independent and global fashion, lifestyle stores and cafes in the trendy area of Shoreditch
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A must-visit vintage clothes store. Few London stores can compare for the range of second hand clothes, causing Time Out to call it a 'London rite of passage'.
Vintage clothing megastore & decent bus stop coffee deals (filter coffee and pastry for a quick refuel).
For those that share my passion for vintage and 2nd hand things, this is one of the iconic commercial chains for this, plus, it has a tiny wifi cafe and nice staff.
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Old-School East London market selling loads of fresh fruit, veg, meat , fish, pots, pans, socks for £1, Nigerian DVDs & pound-shop style bargains... Worth a look for the colours and characters...
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This historic market has been transformed into one of Londons trendiest hot spots where cheap eateries sit along Michelin starred restaurants and a wealth of coffee shops, boutiques, market stalls.
Sunday market is great, lots of restaurant and street food ! And check what's on during the week, some special vinyls records or antiques , flea market days !
Indoor market near Liverpool Street, bustling at the weekend with crafts, clothes, accessories and art. Also lots of food stalls and restaurants, a nice way to spend a few hours at the weekend.
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A general market selling all types of goods & foods. On Sunday (10am-2pm) the farmers market sells local meat and cheeses,fruit & vegetables, eggs, jams, ciders, wines and fruit juices.
Great traditional London market selling fruit & veg, household items, clothes, bags etc... On Sunday there is a farmers market. A few nice restaurants and cafe's too!
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If you want to experience English high tea, then Fortnum and Mason is the place to go. Advise you book. It also has the most wonderful food hall. Tip - you have a direct tube to Leicester Square a... read more
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*** Saturday morning tasty food market off the beaten track.Small & less touristy than Borough market. Reuben sandwich,French cheese and patisserie, burgers .Get a map or get lost!
Fantastic market open on Saturday and sunday, fabulous food stalls and lovely shops and restaurants under the railway arches. Less touristy than Borough Market
Hidden gem of a market, not far from the famous Borough Market. Great place to grab brunch, a snack or a few drinks from a range of stalls. (Nr Bermondsey Underground or on C10 bus route)
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Super trendy homeware and furniture shop (almost a concept store) with mostly Danish designed products
Twentytwentyone is one of the best companies around for furniture and home accessories. The shop is full of well-designed objects, with a small collection of books on design.
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Columbia Road flower market and shops are open on Sundays from 8am ’til 3'ish. On Sunday the street is transformed into oasis of foliage and flowers
Lined with chic boutiques, every Sunday this historic street fills with a bright patchwork of hundreds of flower stalls. Columbia Road is the capital's most colourful and sweet-smelling market.
This market is a beehive of activity on Sunday where, amongst the plant and flower stalls, craft shops, art galleries shops and eateries open, a market where fantastic street musicians come to play.
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Great place to explore. Music boat canal tours, food markets, gadgets, clothes and souvenirs. Or just walk the tranquil canal to nearby Little Venice or Angel.
Huge choice of fantastic food stalls and always buzzing. In fact, you struggle to push your way through on a busy summer weekend. But it is the best place for lunch when it's dry. There's plenty to... read more
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Cookery Bookshop which also prepares the receipes from the books it sells! Get there at 12.15pm sharp and you'll be served the daily changing menu. Super cheap, super good, super fun!
A cookbook shop that is open for a set menu lunch in the back. It is my favourite lunch spot in Notting hill because I never know what I'm getting, but it is always delicious. Everyday they try a n... read more
Books for Cooks on Blenheim Cres is a treasure trove of food-related books with a cafe out the back for cooking demonstrations, light lunches and tea.