Marylebone Shopping, London

London's Marylebone has been in existence since at least the 17th century and for much of that time has been a very fashionable neighborhood. Today is no different and a walk on its streets is a delightful experience, where you can find a range of shops, boutiques and department stores, top quality restaurants and famous tourist attractions. Among the popular shopping streets are Regent Street, Baker Street and Marylebone High Street, but it is also worthwhile ducking into their side streets to find lots of specialist shops and boutiques. You can buy just about anything you want in Marylebone, including souvenirs, jewelry, electronic goods, mainstream clothing and haute couture. The restaurants and bars offer something for every budget, whether you want casual or fine dining, or a swish cocktail in a classy lounge, a pint in a traditional pub or a refreshing cup of tea in a café. In addition to your Marylebone shopping trip, visit some of its tourist attractions, such as Madame Tussauds. The wax museum has been thrilling crowds since 1884, making it the first Madame Tussauds in the world. In the evening, watch a chamber music concert at Wigmore Hall, which was built by the Bechstein piano company in 1901.
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Marylebone Shopping Map

Guide Name: Marylebone Shopping
Guide Location: England » London
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Discovery)
Travel Distance: 2.7 km
Author: Helen

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