Still discussing travel tips for summer holiday. I know summer is all about shopping and site seeing. If you are spending the summer holiday in London, below are the 10 top shopping destinations in London you should visit.

  1. OXFORD STREETlive london it is the heart of London shopping, it has more than 300 shops, home to a range of famous departmental designer outlets, landmark stores and many high street chains such as John Lewis and Debenhams. You can also check Berwick Street and Christopher’s place for treats. The nearest tubes are oxford circus, Bond Street or Tottenham court road.
  2. WESTFIELD LONDONWEST FIELD Is a place to shop, eat and meet. It is the largest urban shopping center in Europe. There are many luxury and high street retailers showcasing over 700 brands including Louis Vuitton, Jimmy Choo, Ted Baker as well as cinema, gym, several bars and restaurants. Many high street favorites including Debenhams, Next, Mark and Spencer are there. You can also visit Westfield sister site, in east London, Westfield Stratford city. Nearest tube: White city or shepherds Bush.
  3. REGENT STREET AND JERMYN STREET– Regent Street offers a good range of mid-priced fashion stores alongside some of the city’s oldest and most famous shops, including Hamleys, Liberty and The Apple Store. Nearby, historic Jermyn Street is renowned for men’s clothing shops and is so typically British it’s enough to bring out the old-fashioned gent in anyone! Jermyn Street is particularly well known for its bespoke shirt makers such as Benson & Clegg and shoe shops including John Lobb.Nearest Tube: Piccadilly Circus or Oxford Circus.
  4. BOND STREET AND MAYFAIRWhether you’ve got money to burn and want to splash out on the very best in designer clothes, or just love luxury window shopping, Bond Street and Mayfair are the ideal places to go for some extravagant retail therapy. Popular with celebrities on a spree, this is probably London’s most exclusive shopping area, home to big names including Burberry, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co. Neighbouring South Molton Street boasts iconic fashion store, Browns.Nearest Tube: Bond Street or Piccadilly Circus
  5. KNIGHTSBRIDGE – Visitors from around the world flock to Knightsbridge and Brompton Road to visit the illustrious shops and department stores. This is the place to go if you’re looking for prestigious brands and up-to-the-minute trends from the world’s fashion elite. Best known for Harrods and Harvey Nichols, you’ll also find a whole host of big-name fashion designers on Sloane Street. Showing Knightsbridge caters to all tastes, there’s a branch of Topshop opposite Harrods. Nearest Tube is Knightsbridge.
  6. NOTTING HILL – Famous worldwide thanks to the film of the same name. Notting Hill offers a vast array of small, unique shops selling unusual and vintage clothing, rare antiques, quirky gifts, books and organic food. There’s also the un-missable Portobello Road Market – a mile-long (1.6km) street with a vibrant array of different stalls set out daily. Nearby Westbourne Grove offers more high-end shopping, with stylish designer shops dotted between a mix of quirky boho boutiques, hip cafes and art galleries. Nearest Tubes are Notting Hill Gate, Ladbroke Grove or Westbourne Park.
  7. COVENT GARDEN – if you want hip fashion, unique gifts, rare sweets or one-off handmade jewellery, Covent Garden is a great place to explore. You can stock up on the latest urban street wear, funky cosmetics and shoes on Neal Street, check out imaginative arts and crafts at Covent Garden Market or just window shop around the stores. Don’t miss Floral Street, Monmouth Street, St Martin’s Courtyard, Shorts Gardens, Seven Dials and Neal’s Yard for a true taste of London’s most distinctive shopping area.Nearest Tube: Covent Garden or Leicester Square.
  8. KING’S ROADRetro LondonShopping is the King’s Road’s main obsession – here you’ll find an eclectic mix of trendy boutiques, unique labels, designer shops and high-street staples, alongside a vast array of cafes and eateries. It’s also a great place for inspirational interior design, with Peter Jones, Heal’s, Cath Kidston and Habitat all vying for attention. Be sure to check out the store where punk was born in the 70s, Vivienne Westwood’s shop and the treasure trove of antiques at the Chelsea Antiques Market. Nearest Tube: Sloane Square
  9. BOXPARK – Based in the heart of East London, Boxpark Shoreditch is the world’s first pop-up mall and the home of the pop-up store. Opened in 2011 by founder and CEO Roger Wade, the mall will be open for the next four years. Constructed of stripped and refitted shipping containers. Boxpark is filled with a mix of fashion and lifestyle brands, galleries, cafés and restaurants. Nearest Tubes are Old Street and Liverpool Street.
  10. CANARY WHARF – Canada Square, in London’s Docklands, is home to many of the UK’s leading businesses, but it also has a great shopping centre, open seven days a week. Sleek and modern, Canada Square boasts more than 200 shops, with all the major high-street chains as well as a good selection of designer stores. Look out for big names like Oasis and Zara plus lingerie brand Myla and luxurious fragrance store Jo Malone. If you can avoid the weekday lunch-hour rush, it’s one of London’s most chilled-out shopping experiences.Nearest Tube: Canary Wharf.