When you shop in London, there are more choices to choose from than anywhere else in the UK.
It is an incredible city and I have loved every minute of it.
This article gives you a brief guide to the best shops to visit in the capital.
Soho and High Street There are plenty of great shops to choose between and you will not find a better place to buy a gift than the High Street.
You can pick from a wide range of designer brands including Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Burberry and Gucci, but the best of the best are the boutique stores on High Street where you can walk around in style, or go in for a visit.
They are so much more than just stores and are a great way to enjoy the atmosphere.
Sainsbury’s In the north-east of the capital, you will find a range of shops that are very different from one another, but all have something in common.
The first is Sainsburys Soho.
The second is St John’s Church, one of the most beautiful churches in London.
You will also find plenty of excellent restaurants, cafes and bars, as well as a range that are excellent for watching the sunset on the high street.
Kings Cross There are several shopping areas around the central London area that are fantastic to explore, and Kings Cross is no exception.
The area is home to many of the UK’s leading brands including Primark, Marks & Spencer, John Lewis, HMV, The Telegraph and more.
You also have the excellent shops of The British House of Watches and the best bookshops in the country including The National Library.
Kings Place One of the city’s biggest shopping precincts, Kings Place has the best selection of luxury brands and it is also one of London’s biggest bars.
It has a huge range of luxury goods from jewellery to fashion accessories, and you can also pick up a bargain at the best takeaway and ice cream shops in the city.
Kensington and Chelsea In the heart of London, you can shop at Kensington Palace, one the most famous royal palaces in the world, as the shops there are as big as the palace itself.
There are also lots of fantastic boutique stores to choose for a night out or just for a shopping day.
High Street Shopping You have the luxury of shopping at High Street, and the area is one of Europe’s most fashionable areas.
You have loads of great stores including Ralph Lauren, Alexander McQueen and Dolce and Gabbany.
You might also have a chance to browse through the shops at the B&B department store, but if you are planning to visit London in the summer, be sure to head to the Old Vic.
Victoria and Albert Museum This is one beautiful museum in the heart.
You may be surprised at how many beautiful pieces of art can be found in the museum, but also the museums collections are very impressive and have been on display for over 60 years.
It’s also worth heading to the museum’s new visitor centre to see the sights.
Victoria & Albert Memorial Gardens This beautiful garden has a beautiful collection of plants, including the world famous red roses.
The gardens is a great place to spend a few hours or for a relaxing walk on a beautiful day.
Old Vic and Soho You will find the Old Vincents shops and restaurants along the High Road, and they are well worth a visit if you like to go for a quick walk.
Victoria Dockgate This area is very popular with tourists, and it’s also one that you will want to check out.
You are in one of Englands largest cities, and there are loads of fun and exciting things to do in the area.
You could also try walking to the waterfront and seeing the historic Docklands, or if you want to go on a shopping trip, the best restaurants in the south of England include Piazza Ferrata and Vittorio Emilia.
Pimlico and Waterloo Square In the south-west of the London area, you have access to one of Victoria’s most famous shopping areas, Pimlick Square.
You would have no problem shopping there if you were visiting from the north, but it is a different experience to the west, where it is more of a tourist trap.
You do have a good chance to find great shopping in this area, so you may want to plan ahead.
The Royal Festival Hall London’s iconic Royal Festival Halls is one wonderful shopping centre, and is home not only to the Royal Festival Food Festival, but other great events such as the Big Weekend, London’s largest festival, and New Year’s Eve.
You’ll find a variety of stores, as you would in any other shopping centre.
Regent’s Park Regent Street is home of the Royal London Theatre and Regent Park, and has been the home of The