SHOPPING

BEAUCHAMP PLACE

Street ambiance with boutiques, couture designers, fine jewellers. collector’s shops, leather goods and good restaurants.
Tube: Knightsbridge / SW3

BOND STREET

World’s most famous designer boutiques and jewellers sit alongside London’s best auction houses on this famously luxurious street.
Tube: Bond Street / W1

BURLINGTON ARCADE

One of the city’s most traditional arcades running from Piccadilly to Burlington Gardens, featuring many specialist and high-end boutiques offering both jewellery and clothing.
Tube: Piccadilly Circus / W1

CANARY WHARF

Famous financial centre with three shopping malls containing over 200 shops and boutiques alongside bars and eateries.
Tube: Canary Wharf / E14

COVENT GARDEN

Popular centre for arts, crafts, special interest shops, restaurants, wine bars & pubs, with a number of high-street stores.
Tube: Covent Garden / WC1

DUKE OF YORK’S SQUARE

Upmarket shopping development home to top retailers such as Space, Audley and the newly opened Monochrome Day Spa.
Tube: Sloane Square / SW1

GABRIEL’S WHARF

Home to many bright designers, ceramicists, contemporary jewellers and painters with a wide choice of restaurants overlooking the Thames.
Tube: Waterloo / SE1

HATTON GARDEN

Historic area of London, home to the jewellery trade and centre for the diamond industry. Fabulous area for buying and repairing jewellery.
Tube: Farringdon / EC3

ST JAMES’S

Some of the city’s oldest specialist menswear shops, including shirtmakers, hatters, perfumers and wine makers.
Tube: Piccadilly Circus / SW1

KENSINGTON HIGH STREET

Good range of both high street stores and specialist boutiques- Kensington Church Street with it’s antiques and art shops are within walking distance.
Tube: High Street Kensington / W8
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