The best shops, markets, and places to get interesting souvenirs in London
The top shops, markets, and shopping experiences in the U.K.
The world's most famous department store
Quite possible the greatest museum gift store on the planet—perfect for souvenir and holiday shopping
The granddaddy of British antiques markets—though there's a little bit of everything
London's oldest toy store, opened in 1760 and brimming with eight stories of delights for all ages
The bustling heart of London's upscale West End
The largest collection of markets in Greater London
This cobblestoned, glass-covered Victorian-era market built in 1881 now houses upscale retail shops
The East End bit-of-everything stalls is most bohemian of London markets
The clothing market with the most perfect name
The main meat market of London, where the butchery happens in the wee hours of the morning
Top traveler tips for dealing with money and shopping in the U.K.
What you can and cannot bring home with you from your travels
How to exchange your dollars for pounds at the best rates (and lowest fees) possible
Just what are Duty Free Stores in airports and when is Duty Free shopping a savings?
Taxes in the U.K. and how you may be able to get some of that VAT refunded
A guide to British retail therapy: shopping, VAT, haggling, customs, and souvenir-buying in the U.K.
The difference between customs, VAT taxes, and duty-free shopping
Top shopping tips for a trip to the U.K. to help you bring home the best gifts and souvenirs from your British travels at the best price
I'm a size what? U.K. clothing sizes measures and shoe sizes and how to convert American clothes sizes to British (and European) ones
Pounds and kilos, grams and ounces, stone and tons (and tons, and tonnes)—Deciphering weights in the U.K.
Gallons and litres and pints, oh my!
I'm a size what? U.K. clothing and shoe size conversion charts and how to convert American clothes sizes to British (and European) ones
Everyone knows Brits drive on the left side of the road—except for on one road in London. Savoy Court—the driveway off the Strand up to the entrance to the Savoy Hotel—is the only right-drive road in the U.K.