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Covent Garden

Covent Garden is a historic district that is famous for its street performers, shops, restaurants, bars and theaters. The most well known attraction in the area is the Royal Opera House. Before it became the capital’s premiere destination for entertainment and leisure, Covent Garden served as the largest fruit and vegetable market in England. Currently, the Apple, East Colonnade and Jubilee markets are held in the piazza area. Visitors can browse through antiques, artwork, jewelry and clothing that can be found among the market stalls.

Borough Market

A vivid food market located in Southwark, Borough Market is one of the largest and oldest markets of its kind in London. The fruit and vegetable section deals with grocers and small traders and even bakers & cake shops, with products from all around the world available here. The market sees a large number of visitors, so don't panic if you suddenly find yourself in a crowd! Fridays and Saturdays are more promising for the average market goer, with a dazzling array of fine foods available. There are a handful of cafe-style restaurants too, so you can get a delicious wholesome meal!

Old Spitalfields Market

The City of London is known for its markets, which are as diverse in their offerings as the culture of the city itself. Old Spitalfields Market is a colorful and historic part of the city's market scene. The market's origins go back to 1638, when King Charles I decreed a license on 'Spittle Fields', allowing the sale of meat, fowl, and roots. Over the centuries, the market has only grown in prominence and character, and today is a celebrated tourist attraction as well. Old Spitalfields Market claims to be one of the largest markets catering to needs like arts and crafts, fashion and other local market stuff everyday of the week. The market also has been awarded as "Best Private Market" by the National Association of British Market Authorities.

Daunt Books Marylebone

With branches all over London, Daunt Books is a renowned book store. Located in Marylebone, it's a beautiful bookshop with high ceilings, classic interiors and a stained glass window. The store is filled with a range of interesting and informative books on every genre you can think of. Adored by locals and tourists alike, it's a great place for bibliophiles to get their fill of book reading.

Bond Street

Named after Sir Thomas Bond, the financial controller of the Queen's Household at the court of King Charles I, the Bond Street area was swampy, uninhabited and near a plague pit. It used to be an unsavory area where highwaymen preyed on passers-by and noblemen fought duels. By the 1850s, however, Bond Street had undergone something of a renaissance and became a place lined with fashionable shops, where members of high society would stroll the streets. It has remained so, although tourists and shopaholics are its main visitors now. Nonetheless, Bond Street still has many traders who display the Royal Warrant and maintain a tradition of individual service, with many leading fashion houses where made-to-measure garments can be purchased. For lovers of art, high fashion and elegant clothes, jewelry and leather goods, there is no equal to Bond Street. Acquisitions and changes have enhanced its reputation further over the years, with key fashion houses such as Louis Vuitton opening shops.


Located in the bustling heart of London, Hamleys made its name as the world's finest toyshop. Seven floors of traditional soft toys, dolls, crafts and collectibles cohabit with the latest plastic monsters, computer games, moving displays, talking books and a haunted staircase. Although some detractors think there's been a lack of innovation and creativity, Hamleys has undergone extensive refurbishment for a more up-to-date appeal in an attempt to maintain its reputation as the world's best. Their centuries of toy emporium experience haven't gone to waste, and although you might find items that are significantly dearer than in some high street chains, Hamleys is a frivolously fun place for the young and the young at heart.

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