What types of products should you be on the lookout for during your trip to London? You can definitely scoop up some bargains if you know what to look for.
If you’re not already familiar with the Lush brand, you’re in for a treat. Loyal Lush customers know that the company’s products, which includes items for the face, body, hair and more, are made from natural ingredients.
With three stores in London (Waterloo Station, Liverpool Station and Oxford Street), it’s easy to find these wonderful products. Bonus – pricing is better in London than online or other locations. Time to visit Lush and stock up!
Quality Shoes and Leather Goods
Loake Shoemakers is a family owned business that has been in operation since 1880. The company still produces its premium grade Goodyear welted footwear in the same factory that the company founders established in 1894.
Each pair of Goodyear welted Loake shoes can take up to two months to manufacture. The work of 130 craftsmen performing 200 operations with as many as 75 shoe parts is required for each pair. The result is a pair of shoes of exceptional quality you will be able to wear for years.
Loake’s also carries a line of quality leather goods that includes belts, wallets, bags and card holders. There are four shops in London to serve you.
The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames in London
Next on your list is the Westminster Abbey, where you can explore the place that has touched the lives of everyone from kings and queens, to statesmen, soldiers, and even villains since 960 AD.
Big Ben is often used to describe the Great Bell and the Great Clock; however, the name was first used for the Great Bell.
This is the London residence of the United Kingdom’s monarch and another venue that takes a top spot on most London tourism destinations. The building also serves as the administrative headquarters.
This famous landmark is arguably the most recognizable bridge in the world, and it’s one that you should definitely see during your London trip.
This castle was originally built as a fortress by William the Conqueror in the 1070s. Today, the Crown jewels are kept in the Tower of London.