The Village at Westfield London (Ariel Way, London) – this is London’s ultimate luxury enclave – home to over 40 of the most famous and sought after British and international luxury brands, from Louis Vuitton and Prada, to Burberry and De Beers.
The Royal Exchange (Royal Exchange, The City, London) – this is a luxury shopping arcade in the heart of The City and is home to many luxury brands, including Gucci, Jo Malone London, Paul Smith, Tiffany & Co and Watches of Switzerland.
One New Change (Cheapside, London) — this is a shopping center in the city, featuring 60 stores, several restaurants and a public roof terrace with views of St Paul’s Cathedral.
Kingly Court (off Carnaby Street, London) – this is a shopping destination between Carnaby Street and Regent Street. There are three floors of fashionable shops, including designer brands and independent boutiques.
King’s Road (Chelsea area, London) — here one can find an eclectic mix of trendy boutiques, unique labels, designer shops and high-street staples, alongside a vast array of cafes and eateries. Tourists will likely visit the store where punk was born in the 70s, Vivienne Westwood’s shop and the treasure trove of antiques at the […]
Duke of York Square (80 Kings Road, Kensington and Chelsea, London) — Duke of York Square is a pedestrian shopping and eating area close to Sloane Square and the Kings Road. At the heart of the Square are 30 fashion and lifestyle shops, including one of Europe’s largest Zara stores. Other brands include Banana Republic, […]
Canary Wharf (Canada Place, Cabot Place, Jubilee Place and Churchill Place Shopping Malls, Canary Wharf, London) — over 200 shops, bars, cafes and restaurants can be found at Canary Wharf in the four shopping malls, as well as stunning riverside locations. Luxurious brands such as Tiffany Co., Jo Malone, Jaeger London and Montblanc sit side […]
Burlington Arcade (51 Burlington Arcade, Piccadilly, London) – this is the world’s first shopping arcade, opened in 1819 to great acclaim and now recognized as a historic and architectural masterpiece. The Burlington Arcade is one of the longest covered shopping streets in Britain.
Vortex Jazz Club (11 Gillett Square, London) — The Vortex is a volunteer-led, not-for-profit organization, based in the heart of Dalston providing a platform for music outside of the mainstream, including jazz, improvised and experimental music. Now celebrating its 25th birthday, the core of the club’s activity relates to the program of gigs […]
Plan B (418 Brixton Road, Brixton, London) — the 600 capacity Plan B offers a diverse roster of music from dub, reggae, hip-hop and soul, to electronic music genres like house, techno, garage and bass music. The club has a warehouse feel throughout due to its stripped-back decor.