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Excellent

ProEasy to get to - good transport links!

ConsCrowded and congested!

This street has played a vital part in my life, from working in a street just off the main thoroughfare to the extent that the majority of shops are open till 9pm at night makes Oxford Street a strongly viable option compared to the new places of Westfield in West and East London. Oxford Street...

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Super

ProLots and lots of shops - you'll be entertained all...

ConsVery very crowded, smelly, noisy and full of annoy...

Have you ever found yourself hypnotically drawn to the bright lights of the West End? A shoppers paradise - endless streams of clothes shops, music shops, book shops, more clothes shops...and...well, the odd sex shop scattered here and there. What more could you want? I will always be envious of...

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Super

“Join The Crowd”

published 02/01/2004

ProSome good shops all in one place

ConsYou have to be very cautious

I'm very proud of my parents today. They finally let their 'little girl' make a trip to London on the train with her friends. That's right, no parental supervision, shock horror! After making our quick stop off at Covent Garden, somewhere I am fairly familiar with, my friend suggested that we...

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Super

ProEasy to get to, lots and lots of shops

ConsDirty, Smelly, Noisy & Can get very crowded

Oxford street is smelly, dirty and crowded. It is also a great place to shop. One of the best things about shopping on oxford street is that most of the bigger shops eg: Dorothy Perkins have several branches along the length of oxford street so if they don't have what you want in one shop you can...

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Satisfactory

“dont bother”

published 08/12/2000

Pro1 or 2 decent shops

Constoo many to name

Why why why has oxford street got such a good reputation for shopping? Its really not worth the effort. A lot of the shops are bigger than in other places but thats about all there is going for it. Its packed with tourists the whole time, and at christmas you cant actually move. Its just a big...

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Excellent

“Shop till you Drop”

published 23/11/2000

ProGood choice of stores

ConsBusy

Oxford Street is a must for all shopaholics. Situated in Central London and adjoining Regent Street it truely is a shoppers dream and an all round great shopping experience. It is always very busy and full of hustle and bustle. I regularly shop here because I love the ambience of the place. There...

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Super

“Shopping shopping shopping”

published 15/05/2001

ProGreat range of shops

ConsVery crowded especially on weekends

If you are a complete shopaholic like me then you probably look far and wide to find the best places with the widest variety of shops you are looking for. Well if you haven't found that place yet then I'll bet you have yet to visit Oxford Street. Oxford Street is situated in central London and is...

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Super

“H&M - Top Man”

published 03/08/2000

ProBig choice, cheap, fast stock turnover

ConsSome of it is too weirdly fashionable.

Most of Oxford Street is nothing special, the same old tired chains repeated 3 or 4 times - there must be 4 branches of Next along there - but for a fulfilling tactical shopping mission you can't beat Oxford Circus. There you have Hennes and god's own Top Man facing each other across Regent's...

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Satisfactory

“You can't win”

published 10/03/2002

Proa great choice of shops, big stores with lots of v...

Constoo crowded

Shopping in Oxford Street is a nightmare. It doesn't matter what day and what time of the year you go. It is like being packed on a tube in rush hour. You can barely move and you spend hours queuing if you want to buy anything. Oxford street has all the high street stores like Virgin, HMV, M&S...

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Super

“Not cool, but efficient”

published 15/02/2001

ProLocation, variety and atmosphere

ConsCrowds and traffic

Oxford street is not the trendiest of shopping areas. However, if you are on a limited budget and haven't mastered the wonders of second-hand boutiques and flea-markets, this is the place to hunt for your bargains. Sales used to be periodic twice-a-year happenings. This seems to have ended and...

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Excellent

“Unbelievable!”

published 18/07/2000

As I stepped out of the tube station I could hardly believe it!!! I was faced by the biggest Top Shop in the world!!! Maybe the fact that I'm 16 years old and have never really been out of Scotland added to my amazment but there is some sort of magic about Oxford Street which makes you never want...

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Not for me

ProLots of Shops

ConsExtremely Busy

I am not that much of an expert on shopping in London (wish i could afford to be). I have been up there a several times but most of the time has been spent in Oxford Street around Christmas. I can totally advise anyone who is thinking of going up there at this time..DON'T!!! The pace along Oxford...

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