Souvenir Shopping, London

Most visitors to London consider shopping as part of the must-do London experience. From street markets to Victorian arcades and from snobbish Sloane Square to busy Oxford Street there are a host of shops selling items which typically depict this vibrant city. Whether you are shopping for souvenirs for yourself or gift for friends, here are a few ideas to give you some great inspiration.
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Souvenir Shopping Map

Guide Name: Souvenir Shopping
Guide Location: England » London (See other walking tours in London)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 8
Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 5.5 km
Author: Daniel
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The British Museum Shop

1) The British Museum Shop

What to buy here: Tower Bridge Cufflinks. These classy cufflinks are actually made in Deptford, Southeast London and exude a touch of classic luxury and sophistication without being flashy. They feature a beautifully detailed photographic image by Allison Wiffen of the iconic Tower Bridge. These contemporary ceramic accessories make a beautiful fashion statement with their subtle black and white image and glossy finish. The cufflinks are entirely hand crafted and measure 0.7 inches square....   view more
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Foyles Bookshop

2) Foyles Bookshop

What to buy here: London Memory Game. This clever game in a Union Jack style box is the ideal gift even for those who have never visited the city of London. The game has 25 pairs of photographic images of London landmarks such as Big Ben, museums, pubs, bridges and famous architecture. Players have to match the cards into non-identical pairs by theme, such as food, pubs, newspapers or railway stations. Suitable for youngsters as well as adults, it is a great way to enjoy 50 first-class scenes of...   view more
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Liberty Store

3) Liberty Store

What to buy here: Liberty Print Knot Watch. Price: £55.

A great way to own and wear a fabulous Liberty fabric is with this modern multi-colored Liberty print knot watch. Stylish yet eye-catching in a range of contemporary designs it is a great way to give a truly British gift from this iconic London landmark store. Built in the 1920s from timber from HMS Impregnable and HMS Hindustan, the Liberty building is now as much a London icon as Harrods. Liberty prints continue to be developed by up...   view more
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Stella McCartney store

4) Stella McCartney store

What to buy here: Stella McCartney Pembridge Zip Wallet. Price: £335.

This signature zip wallet is created by London fashion designer Stella McCartney, daughter of musician Paul McCartney. Simple yet chic, the eco cotton fabric is beige with a simple monogram design. Bound with a faux leather trim it will look good with any outfit. The zip is finished with a logo disc with the designer’s name embossed around it. Once unzipped, the brown interior opens flat to reveal a credit card organizer...   view more
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The Queen’s Gallery Shop

5) The Queen’s Gallery Shop

What to buy here: Buckingham Palace Hand Towel. Price: £19.95.

Live like royalty with this Buckingham Palace Hand Towel, part of a range of towels that are all boldly decorated in gold thread with the Buckingham Palace lion and unicorn emblem. This is the official royal coat of arms of the British monarch. The rampant lion with its crown represents England while the heraldic unicorn comes from the royal coat of arms for Scotland. Made from 100% cotton this high quality hand towel is finished...   view more
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The Royal Mews Shop

6) The Royal Mews Shop

What to buy here: Commemorative Pillbox.

This tastefully designed and decorated pillbox is part of a collection of items produced by Buckingham Palace to celebrate the wedding of Prince William to Katherine Middleton on April 29, 2011. The official Royal Wedding china collection is only available from the Buckingham Palace shops and makes a very special souvenir and collectible gift. The pillbox measures 2½ inches in diameter and stands one inch high. The removable lid has the couple’s...   view more
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Harvey Nichols

7) Harvey Nichols

What to buy here: No. 3 London Dry Gin Gift Set.

This distinctive dry gin is made to a secret recipe by Berry Brothers and Rudd, London’s oldest wine and spirit merchant. Established in 1698 at No 3 St James’s Street London, hence the No. 3 in the name, it is the perfect spirit for making the ultimate dry martini. Made from juniper berries with three fruits and three spices and distilled in the age-old traditional method in copper stills, the gin makes the perfect souvenir of London...   view more
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Harrods Ltd

8) Harrods Ltd

What to buy here: Harrods Coffee and Harrods English Butterscotch Biscuits.

To celebrate its 150th anniversary in business, Harrods Emporium has produced a fine ground Blend 49 coffee in a heritage gold and green tin. As you would expect from this high class grocers, the coffee is blended from the very best pure Arabica beans to produce a rich and aromatic coffee with a smooth nutty finish. Ideal for cafetieres and percolators, the coffee comes in a 250g size. Only available in Harrods, the...   view more

Walking Tours in London, England

Create Your Own Walk in London

Create Your Own Walk in London

Creating your own self-guided walk in London is easy and fun. Choose the city attractions that you want to see and a walk route map will be created just for you. You can even set your hotel as the start point of the walk.
Kensington/Knightsbridge Walk

Kensington/Knightsbridge Walk

London is definitely a great cultural experience. With more than 240 operating museums and theaters dating back to Shakespeare's Globe, London guarantees something unique for every taste. Today's variety of cultural attractions presented in London is enormous. Take this tour around South Kensington, Kensington and Knightsbridge and enjoy London's culture.

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 5.2 km
City of London Churches

City of London Churches

London can proudly boast of having an awe-inspiring collection of churches. Here, you will find every style and type. The religious buildings have been a magnet for people ever since the Vikings started striking terror into the city in the 790s. Take this tour to discover most significant religious sites in the City of London.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.8 km
South Bank Walk, Part 1

South Bank Walk, Part 1

The South Bank is the area in London on the southern bank of the River Thames that houses a number of important cultural buildings and is always crowded with tourists. It is now one of London's most important cultural centers. Take this tour to reveal all of the South Bank secrets.

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 5.0 km
South Bank Walk, Part 2

South Bank Walk, Part 2

Continue your cultural walk along the southern bank of the River Thames and enjoy the unique attractions it hosts. Buzzing with life and joy, London's South Bank will eagerly reveal all of its secrets. Take this tour and check it out yourself.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.4 km
Shakespeare's London Walking Tour

Shakespeare's London Walking Tour

All across the globe William Shakespeare is referred to as the preeminent writer in the English language and the leading dramatist. His London was a very small world, and the theatrical world within that was even smaller. This 3-hours walk will take you to the significant Shakespeare places in London.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.7 km
Harry Potter Walk in London

Harry Potter Walk in London

Harry Potter has transformed fantasy into a world dominating superpower. Increasingly more people all across the globe become Harry's fans. The blockbuster movies were set entirely in Britain at the author JK Rowling's request. This 6-hour tour will give you step by step directions of how to explore all the London locations used in the Harry Potter films.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.6 km

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