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Oxford Street, London, United Kingdom
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Oxford Street
London, United Kingdom
51° 30' 55.25'' N,
0° 8' 28.62'' W
Department stores, Shops, Tourist areas
"Europe's busiest shopping street."

Oxford Street is one of the most famous streets in the world and Europe's busiest shopping street. Thousands of people, especially tourists, walk on this street everyday, which sometimes can be overwhelming.

Oxford street stretches 2.5kms long and has hundreds of mainstream shops, a few major department stores such as Selfridges, M&S, House of Fraser, Debenhams and John Lewis.

The traditional red double-deck buses come in abundance on Oxford street, they actually take over the whole street.

There are four tube stops along Oxford street starting from Marble Arch, Bond Street, Oxford Circus, and Tottenham Court Road.


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