Cel­e­brate in Lon­don

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GET IN THE CHRIST­MAS SPIRIT in Ox­ford Street, Lon­don's most fa­mous shop­ping area, packed full of big-name brands and huge depart­ment stores in­clud­ing John Lewis, House of Fraser and Sel­fridges. A short walk away is Covent Gar­den, with a great se­lec­tion of de­signer brands and in­di­vid­ual mar­ket stalls, of­fer­ing more quirky present ideas. If it's lux­ury you're af­ter, Har­rods in Knights­bridge is a must-visit, and don't for­get to pick up a ham­per stuffed full of Christ­mas treats at Fort­num & Ma­son. Look­ing for chil­dren's presents? The fa­mous Ham­leys in Re­gent Street has toys and games spread out over an amaz­ing seven floors!

Sur­rounded by lux­ury in his­tor­i­cal Har­rods

Ar­guably the most iconic and lux­u­ri­ous of Bri­tain's fa­mous depart­ment stores, Har­rods opened in Knights­bridge in 1849 and is the big­gest in Europe. In the 1960s you could buy a lion cub in store! While the pet depart­ment is a lit­tle tamer th­ese days, there's still plenty to ex­cite – its seven floors and 330 de­part­ments of lux­ury shop­ping in­clude ex­clu­sive de­signer col­lec­tions, plus one of the best food halls in Europe. If you can't de­cide, don't worry - the store of­fers a gift Oban Town Cen­tre concierge ser­vice, and pay­ment op­tions in­clude Eu­ros, US dol­lars and China Union Pay cards.

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