Established in 1825 and named after Prince Regent, this street is soaked in history and is one of the most visited in London. ... More
Established in 1825 and named after Prince Regent, this street is soaked in history and is one of the most visited in London. Despite the fact that all former buildings were demolished and new ones came up, it has still retained its charm - especially during Christmas when Londoners and tourists arrive to witness the fairytale like colored lights. Designer shops, trendy nightclubs, record label stores and other worldwide brands pay huge rentals for this location; however it's well worth it considering the crowds it draws all year around. Great for shopping, grabbing a bite or just a stroll and people watching.
Visiting Oxford Street is essential on any trip to London. Towards the end of the 18th Century it was bought
by the Earl of Oxford and soon after this, Oxford Street started to become popular for shopping. When Debenhams ...
Holiday Inn London Regent's Park is a contemporary and stylish hotel, located in the heart of Central London. Based in
close proximity to Great Portland Street, Euston & Warren Street underground stations, the hotel is ideally located for both ...
Specializing in luxury timepieces, fine silverware, and exquisite jewelery since 1774, Mappin & Webb specialize in traditional craftsmanship methods to
create timeless treasures. Classic and quality principles are given a fresh, contemporary edge to create a luxurious and elegant ...
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