- Runs along the West End of London
- Home to the city's famous department store, Selfridges
- Has more than 300 shops and restaurants
Oxford Street is one of the most historic shopping streets in London—Selfridges built its empire here. These days, the street is home to the famous department store and loads more—Marks & Spencer, Debenhams, and budget shopping at Primark, to name a few. Be advised, Oxford Street can get extremely busy, especially during holidays. But for shopaholics, this is the place to be.
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Take the Bakerloo, Central, or Victoria Lines directly to Oxford Circus Underground station, or the Central or Jubilee Line to Bond Street.
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