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Bond Street shopping, London

Shopping lovers can shop with large number of Royal Warrant holders available in the Bond street and this became the home to some of Britain's most exclusive shops . If you are traveling by tube, nearest is Bond Street Tube station and visitors can walk through pedestrian only South Molton Street. Actually this street consists of two main parts call old Bond street & new Bond street. The new bond street is the northern part which is one more closer to Oxford street end. Southern part, i.e. old bond street runs up to Piccadilly.

Bond street name was given after Sir Thomas Bond, who did development work in that area in year 1680's.Other than shops & boutiques, there few are auction houses such as Sotheby's and Phillips are located here. The history of Sotheby's goes more than hundred years in past. Early days there were large number of auction houses located in this areas, but nowadays the number became less.

Other Streets connecting to Bond Street:
Dering Street, Blenheim Street, Brook Street, Grosvenor Street, Maddox Street, Bruton Street, Conduit Street, Clifford Street, Grafton Street, Burlington Gardens, Stafford Street.

Some of the popular shops in Bond Street:
Armani,Donna Karan, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Nicole Fahri, Versace, Ralph Lauren, Gianni Versace, Tiffany

Transport facilities to Bond Street:
Nearest Tube:
    Bond Street
    Green Park tube
    Oxford Circus

Nearest Railway Station:
    Charing Cross Railway
    Victoria Railway

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