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Regent Street Shopping, London

The main shopping area in the Regent street located between Oxford Street and the Piccadilly street. This length is bit less than one mile. This street was constructed in 1811 and named after Price Regent. This area has shops selling some expensive items with compared to Oxford street. The Regent street festival is a famous annual event. The ceremonially lighting up of Christmas light display is done by a celebrity.

Shoppers shouldn't forget the Liberty department store, which is one of the oldest in the area. This is located in old 18th century building. This was started as decorative furnishing house in year 1875 and later converted to department store. You may notice that shops are appear in uniform order, which match with the streets historical architecture. Don't forget to visit Hamleys toy store and your kids will be amazed its seven story toy store.

Shop Opening Times in Regent Street:
    Monday to Wednesday & Friday : 10.00 am to 7.00 pm
    Thursday : 10.00am to 8.00 pm
    Saturday: 10.00 am to 7.00 pm
    Sunday: 12.00 noon to 6.00 pm

Transport facilities to Regent Street:

Nearest Tube Stations:
    Oxford Circus
    Piccadilly Circus

Nearest Railway Stations:
    Charing Cross Station
    Euston Railway Station

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