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Las mejores tiendas en Londres

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“this is a must if, like me, you love all things botanical! Sunday's only until 3 or 4pm. lovely flower market where you can get everything at knock down prices. they also sell indoor and outdoor plants. the road itself is really interesting, with little boutique shops and pubs and cafes. you can get here either by walking 30 minutes or the overground or a bus. most stalls now take card payments, but it's best to go with cash just in case! ”
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“Westfield Shopping Centre in White City Shopping mall with food , cinema, bowling and mini golf”
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“A great place to spend some money, plenty of shops and plenty of places to grab a bite to eat.”
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“Market on Saturdays, lovely to visit the market and go for a nice stroll in the park afterwards.”
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“Camden Market is one of the top tourist attractions in London. Very quirky and a must see. Highly recommended”
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“A great traidtional food market in central London. Very popular so it is always busy!”
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“Easily accessible by London Bridge underground station or a direct Bus from Liverpool Street Station, Borough Market is one of London's an iconic food halls. Open between 10am and 5pm, it's the perfect place to refuel for lunch, and stock up on locally produced food and souvenirs to take away with you. ”
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“Now far more than just a string of stalls selling bric-à-brac and fruit and veg, Brick Lane Market, in the heart of Shoreditch, has grown and mutated over the years to incorporate five different markets known as The Truman Markets. Operating at its fullest on Sundays, Brick Lane and its surrounding streets come alive, teeming with sellers shifting their wares. Outside the bagel bars, curry houses and vintage shops, people without proper stalls set up shop on carpets and tables, selling old electrical equipment, toys, records, broken musical instruments, furniture and everything else under the sun. Down one side street you’ll come across Backyard Market, a covered, warehouse-sized space with stalls focused on arts and crafts. Pop in for clothes, cards and wrapping paper, one-of-a-kind jewellery and tote bags, all from up-and-coming designers and creatives. The Sunday Upmarket is a food hall brimming with street food vendors selling a global smorgasbord of cuisine. There are also more than 200 market stalls here selling vintage clothing, fashion by new and established designers, jewellery and homewares. The Vintage Market does what it says on the tin, with stalls selling clothing, accessories and retro memorabilia from the 1920s to the 1990s. If you’re into chintz,, The Tea Rooms host charming stalls selling things like typewriters, taxidermy and vintage maps. If you need to fuel up, there’s the Boiler House Food Hall, which has around 30 stalls selling culinary delights from all around the world. You can also explore Ely’s Yard Street Food where you’ll find favourites such as Orange Buffalo, Mother Clucker and Caboose.”
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Flea Market
“Welcome to Portobello Road, the world’s largest antiques market with over 1,000 dealers selling every kind of antique and collectible. Visitors flock from all over the world to discover one of London’s best loved landmarks which contains the most extensive selection of antiques in Britain”
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“Boxpark has several locations in London, and the concept is a fascinating one each time, taking old boxcars and turning them into a bevy of interesting shops and restaurants. You’d be surprised at how much can fit in the small spaces of the boxcars from eyeglasses to toys and a half-dozen clothing stores. There’s also a great selection of food to be had here from The Athenian to Voodoo Ray’s pizza, as well as concert venues and clubs.”
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“Just 10 mins walk away, this is one of the largest urban shopping centres in Europe! Shopping, eating, cinema and more... Everything from department stores like John Lewis to small shops. The quickest way there is via Stoneleigh Street. Keep walking west and you will get to steps up to a footbridge over the main road. Once over the footbridge, walk down steps the other side and you will see the entrance to M&S. Enter Westfield this way for the quick way in!! ”
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Librería
“A great area of Central London, especially if you like arts and entertainment. Theatre, classical music, cinema, spoken word, art galleries, great places to eat, strolling by the river... ”
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Salón/Barbería
“Brixton Market - a short distance from the flat - is a buzzing food market with lots of different restaurants and places to enjoy a drink. A great way to see the local food scene.”
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Centro comercial
“Without doubt the best shopping mall in London Just 2 stops on the central line! ”
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“Brick Lane is the centre of the street art scene in the East End. Walk up and down the lane and explore the streets either side and you are bound to come across hidden pieces of art”
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“Great department store, and the building is made from an old british war ship!”
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