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Video guided tours – Shopping district Savile Row to Oxford Street

Our guide to shopping in London in areas such as Great George Street, Oxford Street, Paddington Street, Piccadilly Circus, Savile Row, Oxford Circus Station.

One of the most famous things to do in London is to go shopping. This is Oxford Circus where its got a massive concentration of a massive concentration of all sorts of shops. International names and also British home grown tailored suits and bespoke shoes that we’re going to be visiting as well. The street we’re on now is one of the busiest in London.
Savile Row is one of the most exclusive streets to shop on in London. A bespoke tailored hand-made suit can cost you from two thousand pounds upwards. And famous people like Winston Churchill and Alexander McQueen, Cary Grant and the Royal family have all bought their suits here.
Meyer Mortimer, Cleverley Shoes, Burberry.
So this is a typical brand Burberry which we associate with the trench coat. And it doesn’t have any of the prices anywhere which means if you have to ask you probably can’t afford it.