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Exploring Oxford Street

The busiest shopping street in Europe, Oxford Street is Central London’s shopping mecca. A jostling street lined with huge high street names such as the Topshop flagship store and glistening department stores from John Lewis to Debenhams; if you can’t find what you’re looking for here, it is unlikely to exist.


Accommodations near Oxford Street

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in London is the 41, which has been booked 1 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended The Goring in London as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near Oxford Street

- Islington


The up and coming neighborhood of Islington has been completely transformed. It is now one of the favorite destination of locals, and famous people who flock to its newly renovated gastropubs, wine bars and cool boutiques. It is also home of one of London's leading antique and collectible centres for the past 40 years. If you are interested in antiques, then definitely make a stop at Camden Passage Antiques Centre.


- Excel Exhibition Centre


This is a fairly new and award-winning exhibitions and international convention centre has a huge space and flexible facilities that are able to accommodate different types of events and shows. It is strategically located near great hotels, shops, bars and restaurants. What's more it also has 7 on-site hotels, ranging from luxury to budget.


Transportation near Oxford Street

The city is well served by 2 main airports - London Gatwick and London Heathrow. Between them, they serve dozens of international destinations to pretty much anywhere across the globe. Once in London itself, the extensive Underground or Tube is surely the best way to get around, as there are stops in all the major areas. The public buses are efficient too, especially if you're heading to south London where the Tube network isn't as well developed.


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