5 Shops on Oxford Street You Must Visit

These are our top picks for the best shops to visit on or near Oxford Street (for fashion and shoes)

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Nike Town (Oxford Street)

236 Oxford Street, London, W1C 1DE , London

Oxford Street is arguably the most famous shopping street in the World. It is bustling with approximately 300 shops including flagship stores by a number of leading brands.

There is no doubt that if you are making the trip to central London you may well be planning on spending some time shopping. Alongside Regent Street; Old and New Bond Street,; and Carnaby Street,  Oxford Street is a natural destination. Oxford Street should definitely be on your list of shopping streets in London to visit just for Selfridges (spoiler alert). It is definitely on the list of most iconic  places to visit in central London, especially for fans of the board game Monopoly.

Forget about standard Monopoly rents, London rents are high and with three hundred shops on Oxford Street if you were the real landlord you could help yourself to the goodies at the stores.

Snap back to reality before you find yourself a little overawed by the idea. Westminster is a magnet for people who think they have money like the Duke though - which is where we can help. These are our recommendations for five shops that should not be missed when visiting Oxford Street.

Selfridges

Along with Harrods, Selfridges is the store that has all the luxury goods you can imagine.

Disney Store (Oxford Street)

If you are on a family trip to central London there are only a few essential destinations from the kids' point of view, one is the Disney Store the other being Hamleys

Nike Town (Oxford Street)

There are not many places more awe inspiring for hip hop aficionados or sports fans than Nike Town at Oxford Circus,

Primark (Oxford Street West)

Women love Primark, that chance to change their style as often as their mood is a preoperative and don't forget it. Blame Beyonce.

Marks & Spencer (Oxford Street - East / Pantheon)

So you have spent a months wages on clothes; claimed seven store cards for your electronics and hats and new phone; you have nineteen pounds left, the best place for some great value food and various goods for your home is good old M&S. From scotch eggs to duvets this M&S has everything.

If you enjoyed this article and are looking for other ideas of things to do in London whether fashion related or related to other things then take a look at our London guide and London blog.

Last updated on 24/10/2018, 04:21

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