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Bullring is the glamorous heart to Birmingham. Over 160 of the most imaginative and desirable shops for you to explore - including Selfridges and Debenhams. And more that 25 restaurants for you to revitalise yourself in. All right here i...more info
Borough Market is London's most renowned food market; a source of exceptional British and international produce. The famous Market sprawls around an atmospheric series of mazy streets and walkways as well as the labyrinthe central a...more info
This is one of the world's largest illuminated carnivals and the floats can be up to 100ft long, 11ft wide, 18ft high and contain up to 250,000 lights.
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The View from The Shard is the visitor attraction at the top of The Shard, the tallest building in Western Europe and London's newest landmark. At almost twice the height of any other viewing platfo...more info
Entry to all 3 shows is included!
Welcome to a shiny and bedecked festive dream! This unique retail experience is an extravaganza of exclusive ranges of bespoke and unusual gifts; including glass, jewellery, art,...more info
Camden is a colourful area with a variety of markets, shops, restaurants and bars.
The original Camden Lock Market is still here and nearby you will also find Camden Stables Market, Camden (Buck St) Market, Camden Lock Village an...more info
KensingtonThis is our first stop and the drop off point is outside the Natural History Museum, which is also walking distance to the Science Museum and Victoria & Albert Museums amongst others. All of thes...more info
This market has become a huge faviourite and is now the largest outdoor Christmas Market in the country. Birmingham's own traders offer an entirely different selection of beautiful hand-crafted items at the Christmas Craft Fair, created ...more info
The Mary Howard Christmas Fair was started over 30 years ago by Mary and Patrick Howard (now named in Memory of Mary) with a small selection of stalls selling presents for Christmas in their home, in aid of the NSPCC. Thirty-four years l...more info
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