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Shopping in UK
Oxford Street, London.
Two mile stretch of more than 300 shops, the extended ranges in many of the international stores and the massive amount of choice (Selfridges, Top Shop, Nike Town, John Lewis etc). Oxford Street is one of London’s top tourist attractions and is still one of the most popular shopping destinations in the world.
 
Manchester
Manchester City is a shoppers paradise and is crammed full of small niche retailers, vintage/retro boutiques and shabby chic/boho stores many with an original Mancunian style. Perfect if you really stuck for Christmas shopping ideas.
 
Brighton
Even though it's a small city, Brighton has made it high on the list of shopping destinations in UK because of it's amazingly diverse range of shops from chic boutiques, contemporary unique fashions to antiques and original art and jewellery. The more bohemian and trendy shops are located in Brighton's North Laines. Wander the half a square mile of streets and alleys buying 50s and 60s kitsch, aspirational lifestyle products or french reproduction furniture and then stop for a mung bean burger at one of the many health and vegetarian food outlets. Designer bargains are to be found in the Brighton Marina.
 
Edinburgh
Edinburgh is a very aesthetically pleasing shopping destination and is often considered one of the most beautiful cities in Britain. People brave the cold to come here and view the sights as well as do their Christmas shopping. The locals take style and consumerism very seriously and as well as being packed with designer names (Stella McCartney, Louis Vuitton, Prada etc) there are plenty of hip and trendy smaller boutique shops.  
Birmingham
England's official second city shouldn't disappoint would be shoppers, it's an easier place to get your bearings than you might think with most shops located in the newly redeveloped Bull Ring and New Street. Brummies love trendy designer labels but they also love a bargain. All the major high street shops including Harvey Nichols and House of Fraser, the well-known jewellery quarterare there.
 
Newcastle
If you like your shopping experience to be on a very large scale then this would definitely be the place to visit. The enormous Metrocentre is probably the reason most people travel to Newcastle for shopping as it's one of largest shopping and leisure centres in Europe. North Easterners also have a fondness for original designs so as well as the usual high street favourites there is also a wide range of independent shops and a popular art and craft market each Sunday.
 
Bath
With it's grand Georgian streets, Roman baths and beautiful abbey, Bath is very easy on the eye and even the most discerning shopper is well catered for. As well as all the familiar big name stores, the town offers a wide range of independent shops and stylish boutiques and a well-organised Christmas Market.
 
Dublin
Dublin is a fun and vibrant city and would make an excellent choice for an easily accessible Christmas shopping destination. It's a very compact city with all the shops in walkable distance and most of the shopping centred around the pedestrianised Grafton Street and St. Stephens Green Shopping Centre.
 
Cardiff
Cardiff is a Christmas shopping destination. Cardiff is a very friendly city and is now one of the best shopping locations in the country thanks to the new St. David's shopping centre. Every major store is represented in the very impressive "St. David's 2".
 
 
 
 
   
   
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