Within the City of Westminster, the West End includes many attractions around Leicester Square, where many films are played in Britain and the world preview, and Piccadilly Circus with its electronic advertisements covering many buildings.
In this area there is also the theater district of London which includes many cinemas, bars, pubs, nightclubs, restaurants and Chinatown. A little further in East is Covent Garden where is the Avenue of Stars, inspired by the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Shoreditch and Hoxton, Hackney located in the East End, also include many bars, restaurants, nightclubs and galleries. Upper Street, a 2 km street along the district of Islington, count more bars than any other street in the United Kingdom. It is also the first street to offer wireless internet access in cafes.
Oxford Street, often cited as the longest shopping street in the world, has more than 300 shops for about 2 km from Marble Arch, and hosts nearly 200 million customers per year. Bond Street in Mayfair is home to many luxury boutiques, as well as Knightsbridge, location of Harrods.
The districts of Knightsbridge (Sloane Street), Mayfair (Bond Street, Brook Street) and Chelsea (King’s Road) include many designers and fashion boutiques including Vivienne Westwood, John Galliano, Stella McCartney, Manolo Blahnik and Jimmy Choo.
London is also home to many markets, including Camden market for fashion, Portobello Road for antiques and Borough Market for organic products.
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