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The famous store in Kensington has everything. A shopping experience for the rich and famous, but you can go there to
A true landmark, Harrods is quintessentially British; a Shopping icon, across the world. Situated in affluent Knightsbridge, Harrods is the flagship for Christmas Shopping in London.
If you have money to spend this is the right place to go $$$ very expensive place.
Worth a visit, but is often crammed full of tourists! Take the 137 from Battersea Park station in the direction of Oxford Circus and get off at Knightsbridge.
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