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About Harrods, London

The mecca of shopping and London’s most famous shopping landmark, Harrods is historic and grand. It is one of the most luxurious department stores and sits on 5 acres of land making it Europe’s largest department store.

The store has 330 departs and retails high-end luxury brands of clothing, shoes, jewellery, food, household goods and much more. Make no mistake, it is an expensive store but visitors to London make a trip to Harrods even if they don’t intend to shop. Browse through the various floors and sip on tea, coffee or grab an ice cream at the famous Harrods Ice cream parlour.

Within Harrods lie two memorials dedicated to Princess Diana and Dodi Al-Fayad. The first is located near the Egyptian Escalator has photographs of the couple, the lipstick smudged wine glass from Diana’s last dinner and an engagement ring purchased by Dodi the day before they died. The second is near the escalator at door three and is titled “Innocent Victims”. It is a bronze statue of the couple dancing on a beach under the wings of an Albatross.

The Harrods motto is Omnia Omnibus Ubique—All Things for All People, Everywhere. harrods is one of the main tourist attractions to visit and should definitely feature in you London itinerary for 3 days and London itinerary 10 Days 

One of the poshest places to shop in London that has a string of history attached to it, Harrods is a great place to visit if you are thinking of having some good time in the city. Tickets for Harrods tours are quite informative and offer you a great deal of knowledge about this place. As you buy tickets for Harrods, you get to see this attraction through better perception and you can further combine it with other attractions. Harrods tickets are your gateway to see the elite side of London. Hence, Harrods ticket prices wont seem you a lot when you compare the kind of value addition that they do to your tour.

Harrods Information

  • Harrods has an unmentioned dress code where people wearing inappropriate clothing like swimwear of unkempt clothes may be turned away without explanation.
  • The security at the entrance reserves the right to refuse entry to any person without offering a reason.

How To Get To Harrods by Public Transport

  • Tube Station – Knightsbridge on the Piccadilly Line.

Restaurants Near Harrods

  • Zia Teresa
  • Laduree at Harrods
  • Gran Caffe Londra
  • Richoux
  • Cafe Rouge

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Address: 87-135 Brompton Rd, London SW1X 7XL, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-2077301234

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details

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  • Tea was pleasant enough. Nice that it was leaf. Decent value overall for what I had, £5 for three crumpets - and no problem with running them through the toaster a second time to crisp them up. Plenty of butter and jam and swiftly brought more when needed. Chocolate eclair was a bit steep at £9.50. But it looked beautiful. Hot chocolate a bit bitter for teenage taste buds. I liked it! Service excellent. Chairs comfortable. Air conditioning poor. Altogether, surprisingly nice!

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  • Of course the place is spectacular that's not discussed. The setting, the details, the art...everything in Harrods is ideal, not for nothing is an icon to visit in London. However, human warmth is one of the most significant points in the population of London and in England in general. In my opinion, give this man a medal. I found him helping a woman with her luggage, as if he were her father, I asked him if we could take a picture together and he accept, joyful as a child. One of the first Londoners I met on my trip and I will never forget...

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  • We're tourists in London for the first time and did what every other first time tourist to London does- we went to Harrods (instead of Jared's). I can't say I'd go back the next time I'm in London but it was worth the experience to go and say we've been. Lots and lots (hundreds) of other tourists. We just browsed around and I somehow spent £40 on souvenirs for family. Service was excellent and very helpful. Saw the Diana and Dodi memorial. Possibly the ugliest statue I have ever seen in my whole life. The memorial and "guest book" are truly tacky and tasteless. I'm rather surprised Harrods continues to keep it going.

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  • It's Harrods. You know what it is. You will probably go there. It's everything you expect and probably want. It's packed with tourists. You may like it even more if you enjoy being harassed by beggars .it's Big. Over priced goods for all the masses who can afford it. Tourists and their children roam the floors. Screaming every where. IT'S HARRODS

  • The best place in the world to get lost and, at the same time, keep your wallet safe, since you cannot afford much in there, probably!! Actually, I figured out that is a good idea for food as well: you got plenty of choices and is not more expensive than many other shops. Suggestion? Go to the salad desk and build your own bowl for an healthy and delicious dinner to take away!!

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