London is a shoppers paradise, and visitors who are heading to the capital for a shopping break, are most likely going to have Harrods on their list of shops to cover. While you can get a great deal by staying in a Knightsbridge serviced apartment, shopping in luxury stores like Harrods is reserved for those who like to splash the cash. Twice a year, this legendary London department store and top London attraction has massive seasonal sales, with star studded appearances and thousands of bargain hunters who flock through its doors to make their money go further and bag a designer item. The store's mantra is said to be "Omnia Omnibus Ubique" - all things for all people, everywhere.
They certainly achieve this ambition with something for everyone on the multiple floors of the store. The Harrods Food Hall is popular with all visitors to London and houses high quality produce from all over the UK. Visitors flock here to pick up a souvenir from the famous store and also, to sample some delights from the Jelly Bean counter! More upmarket counters are also available such as a Champagne and Oyster Bar.
A vast array of goods are displayed in the 25-acre store, which has grown from a humble grocery shop in 1849 to become a seven-storey extravaganza. Harrods is an essential part of the chic shopping scene and a top tourist attraction.
Harrods , 87-135 Brompton Rd SW1X 7XL
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