Who would have thought that the financial district is also home to some amazing shopping destinations?!
And because our Concierge team at Cheval Three Quays loves shopping just as much as you do, here are their Top 5 tips for shopping in the City.
Did you know that Borough Market has existed for over 1,000 years? Located next to London Bridge, Borough Market is London’s renowned market for food & drinks.
Leadenhall Market is not only THE shopping and dining destination in the heart of the City of London, but also the site of a Harry Potter filming location (it’s used as the entrance to Diagon Alley).
Old Spitalfields Market
The place to be if you are looking for antiques and unique items from small businesses, open every day of the week.
Columbia Road Flower Market
This is definitely the best smelling market in London. And if you can’t take any plants home with you, this pretty and colourful market is still worth a visit.
The Royal Exchange
As the name gives it away, the Royal Exchange was London’s first centre for trading stocks. Today, it is home to small boutique shops.