Oxford Street Tourist Guide – London

A visit to the UK’s capital wouldn’t be complete without experiencing the delights of Oxford Street. One of London’s most famous streets, it is especially renowned for its great shopping opportunities

 

You’ll find some of the biggest designer brands, along with some of the most luxurious stores in the world on Oxford Street. It’s also home to many great restaurants and bars.

To help you get the most out of your Oxford Street experience, below you’ll discover a brief guide of the best places to check out.

The best of Oxford Street shopping
With so many stores vying for your attention, you’ll want to make a list of the top ones you don’t want to miss. You’ll find every type of store you could possibly imagine on Oxford Street, from bargain stores such as Primark, to mid-end stores like House of Fraser, and a variety of more luxurious brand names such as All Saints and Massimo Dutti.

You can find a full list of stores on the Oxford Street website. The site also gives you the opportunity to sign up to its newsletter, where you’ll receive exclusive special offers you can take advantage of.

Know where to grab a bite to eat
While Oxford Street is definitely all about the shopping, it also has some great dining opportunities too. You’ll find something to suit all tastes, from well-known fast food chains, to more exotic options such as the Busaba Eathai Thai restaurant.

If you’re staying in nearby Mayfair, it’s worth heading to Lancashire Court, where you’ll find a great choice of mouth-watering restaurants to choose from. After a long day of shopping, there is no better way to end the day than eating at a restaurant such as Cartizze, then retreating to your luxury apartment, courtesy of The Urban Retreat Apartments.

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Check out these cool bars and pubs
There isn’t a huge selection of bars on Oxford Street itself, but there are plenty surrounding it. The best ones to check out while you’re in the area include The Flying Horse, Carnaby Zebrano and Be At One Wimpole Street.

Opening hours
If you’re heading to Oxford Street, you’ll find the stores are typically open a little later than some parts of the capital. On weekdays, many stores are open until 19.30, giving you plenty of time to shop for everything you need. You’ll also find they’re open even later on Thursday evenings.

The above are just some of the best places to head to when you’re visiting London’s Oxford Street. As there are so many different stores and restaurants, it’s definitely worth visiting the official Oxford Street website to make a list of the main stores you want to visit prior to your trip. riddle_stop 2

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