Shopping in Britain
High on many people's agenda when visiting Britain is shopping, so here is my guide to the best places to splash the cash.
There's no better place to start than the capital. London's shopping is legendary and includes some of the world's top names in fashion and retail, and famous department stores such as Harrods, Harvey Nichols, Liberty's and Selfridges.
Outside of London, the city of Bath, renowned for its beautiful architecture and rich history offers some of the finest shopping in the Britain. Here you'll find a wealth of exclusive boutiques selling clothing, jewellery and accessories from some of world's best designers, while antique hunters can unearth some real treasures in the city's many shops and galleries.
Further north to Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland, where you can shop along the old streets of this historic city overlooked by its awesome castle. This compact city offers some real gems from districts like Stockbridge and the exclusive Princes Street where you'll find that Edinburgh institution Jenners, the oldest department store in the world. Close by is Georges Street, lined with exclusive boutiques and auction houses. While in Edinburgh's Old Town is the Grassmarket, a trading area since the 15 th Century, filled with historic buildings and obscure boutiques.
Shops in UK
1)Supermarkets. Supermarket are often situated on the edge of a town by a main road or motorway and provide a large car park for customers. They are mostly self-service and sell a range of goods including groceries, clothing, electrical goods etc, however their main selling items are food and drink. Prices are generally low and there tends to be a large variety. Tescos, Sainsburys and Asda are three of the largest supermarkets in the UK. One of the new concepts in supermarkets is the customer loyalty card and banking facilities. A customer loyalty card allows the customer to collect reward points for every pound they spend, these points...