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Covent Garden in Central London

Everybody knows that shopping in Covent Garden [map] is a cultural experience as well as offering that essential retail therapy.

With thousands of shops offering everything from the latest fashions to the best gadgets, there’s so much to choose from.

Famous names include Diesel, Carhartt, The Disney Store and The Body Shop.

If you’re looking for top fashion you’ll be spoilt for choice with the range of great designer shops here. Nicole Fahri, Oasis and Monsoon offer the well-dressed woman some fantastic outfits. Men are not left out with Question Air, Woodhouse, and Reiss offering stylish and sophisticated clothing.

Youngsters can be dressed to impress at outlets such as Ted Baker, Quiksilver, Monsoon Girl, and Gap Kids.

Alternatively, check out Zara for those fashionable togs at more reasonable prices for men and women.

Footwear fiends are well-catered for with a vast array of shops to choose from. Check out Camper for comfortable leisure shoes or Koh Samui for unusual designer evening shoes.

Once you’ve got the outfit you’ll want the right look and hairstyle to go with it. Choose from a range of top hairdressers and beauty shops. The ever-popular Toni and Guy has a flagship shop in Covent Garden, as do Paul Matthews.

Choose from a range of facial products and beauty care at places such as Shu Uemera, Pout, Olivers & Co, and Crabtree and Evelyn.

Children will be in their element with the range of toyshops on offer. Benjamin Pollock’s Toy Store is one of those traditional toy shops with friendly service and lots of toy demonstrations for little hands. The ever-popular Disney Store is great for pre-schoolers who want to get their hands on the latest Disney DVDs or tie-in accessories.

The Gadget Shop offers the latest must-have gadgets and gizmos that prove popular with the whole family.

Go for traditional fun with a visit to Eric Snook which provides a range of wooden toys from hobby horses to chess sets.

Travellers from abroad flock to The Australia Shop, a home away from home for our aussie friends. The shop offers everything from sweets to sunglasses.

If it’s time to purchase a gift, check out the collection of watch shops in Covent Garden. From Watch It fashion watches to reliable names like Swatch, and plastic fantastic to Rolex, you’re sure to find just what you’re looking for.

For the perfect gift check out 3D Crystal Images for the latest popular tourist trend of engraving your portrait onto a crystal. Nautical fanatics will be impressed by the range of memorabilia available at Nauticalia – the UK’s best marine paraphernalia shop.

World of Lace offers handmade lace in a variety of forms from traditional shawls to doilies and more unusual objects and clothing items.

Cartoon fans will appreciate a gift from The Tintin Shop. Offering a wide collection of comics and collectables you’re sure to pick up an unusual gift.

Whittard of Chelsea offers speciality teas and fusions and is the perfect place for tea obsessives.

For second-hand oddities check out Yellow Submarine for women’s and children’s wear.

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